1-14 of 14 results  for:

  • Christian: Anglican - clergy x
  • general and therapeutic practice x
  • Medicine and health x
Clear all

Article

See Bullein, William

Article

Thompson Cooper

revised by Vivienne Larminie

Capel, Richard (1586–1656), Church of England clergyman and physician, was born in Gloucester, a younger son of Christopher Capel, a godly alderman of the city whose family came from Herefordshire, and his wife, Grace, daughter of Richard Hands. He matriculated from St Alban Hall, Oxford...

Article

Douglas, Thomas (d. c. 1684), ejected minister and physician, is of unknown parentage and background. He graduated MA of the University of Edinburgh on 23 May 1655 and by at least 1661 was the rector of St Olave, Silver Street, London. Douglas wrote several tracts including ...

Article

Herd, John (1511–1584), doctor and Church of England clergyman, was born in February 1511 in Southwark, Surrey. He was educated at Eton College and at King's College, Cambridge, where he was admitted a scholar in 1529 and elected a fellow in 1532; he graduated BA in 1534. He left ...

Article

Mapletoft, John (1631–1721), physician and Church of England clergyman, was born on 15 June 1631 at Margaretting, Essex, the second of the three children of Joshua Mapletoft (1594–1635), vicar of Margaretting and rector of Wickford, and his wife, Susanna (d. 1657), daughter of ...

Article

Morton, Richard (bap. 1637, d. 1698), ejected minister and physician, was baptized on 30 July 1637 in the parish of Ribbesford, Worcestershire, the son of Robert Morton, the minister from 1635 to 1646 of Bewdley Chapel in that parish and a friend of ...

Image

Richard Napier (1559–1634) by unknown artist, c. 1630 Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Article

Napier, Richard (1559–1634), astrological physician and Church of England clergyman, was born in Exeter on 4 May 1559, the third son of Alexander Napier and his wife, Ann (Agnes) Burchley. Napier's family pedigree involved direct descent from the Scottish Napiers, lairds of Merchiston...

Article

Robinson, Matthew (bap. 1628, d. 1694), Church of England clergyman and physician, was born at Rokeby, Yorkshire, and was baptized there on 14 December 1628, the third son of Thomas Robinson, barrister of Gray's Inn, and his wife, Frances, daughter of Leonard Smelt...

Article

See Stillingfleet, Benjamin

Article

Stonhouse, Sir James, seventh and tenth baronet (1716–1795), physician and cleric, was born on 9 July 1716 at Tubney, near Abingdon, Berkshire, the elder son of Richard Stonhouse (d. c.1725), and his wife, Carolina, from whom James inherited an estate worth about ...

Image

Sir James Stonhouse, seventh and tenth baronet (1716–1795) by unknown artist © National Portrait Gallery, London

Article

See Thatcher [Thacher], Peter

Article

E. I. Carlyle

revised by Sarah Bakewell

Warner, John (d. 1565), dean of Winchester and physician, was born in Great Stanmore, Middlesex. He graduated BA at Oxford University in 1520, and was elected a fellow of All Souls College in the same year. He proceeded MA in 1525, and was admitted BM in 1529. At about the same time he was licensed to practise by the university. He acted as proctor in 1529 and 1530, proceeded DM in 1535, and was elected warden of ...