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Mrs Cuer (PERSON2127)

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Sex: Female

Birth: 1545-05-11-1541-10-16 (est.)

Death: Not recorded in the casebooks

Spouses:Mr Richard Cuer [Gore], c. 12 October 1597

Residences:‘England > London > Strand, The (WC2)’, c. 10 May 1596, 14 March 1597, 15 August 1600 & 17 October 1600

Case details

CaseDateTimeRole(s)Querent(s)Patient(s)Topic(s)Entry type
CASE2651596-05-1009:00querent, patientSelfSelfMedical > Illness (general) (Disease)Horary
CASE13401597-03-1409:15querent, patientSelfSelfMedical > Illness (general) (Disease)Horary
CASE23731597-08-2609:45querent, patientSelfSelfPersonal affairs > Predictive (Life or death)Geomantic
CASE100531597-09-1213:30patientDr Simon FormanSelfPersonal affairs > Predictive (Life or death)Geomantic
CASE24891597-09-1213:30querent, patientSelfSelfPersonal affairs > Predictive (Life or death)Horary
CASE26741597-10-1215:00querent, patientSelfSelfPersonal affairs > Predictive (Who will die first)
Sex, family and generation (Marital relations)
Horary/Geomantic combined
CASE31511598-02-0409:30querent, patientSelfSelfUnknown (Unknown)Horary
CASE47691599-01-1710:00querent, patientSelfSelfPersonal affairs (Absent person)Horary
CASE54101599-05-1810:40querentSelfMr William WallerPersonal affairs > Predictive (Life or death)Geomantic
CASE60401599-09-1816:00querent, patientSelfSelfMedical > Illness (general) (Disease)Horary
CASE80371600-08-1511:00querent, patientSelfSelfUnknown (Unknown)Horary
CASE83131600-10-1713:10querent, patientSelfSelfUnknown (Unknown)Horary
CASE97571601-10-0109:20querentSelfUrsula SlyMedical > Illness (general) (Disease)Horary

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Cite this as: Lauren Kassell, Michael Hawkins, Robert Ralley, John Young, Joanne Edge, Janet Yvonne Martin-Portugues, and Natalie Kaoukji (eds.), ‘Mrs Cuer (PERSON2127)’, The casebooks of Simon Forman and Richard Napier, 1596–1634: a digital edition,, accessed 28 November 2022.