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Lady Mary Middleton [Sandy] [Napier] (PERSON25254)

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Sex: Female

Birth: 1597-03-07-1599-03-05 (est.)

Death: Not recorded in the casebooks

Spouses:Sir Thomas Middleton [the son], c. 14 November 1637

Residences:‘England > London > Unspecified’, c. 6 March 1609‘England > Bedfordshire > Luton (parish) > Luton Hoo’, c. 28 November 1620 & 17 September 1623

Case details

CaseDateTimeRole(s)Querent(s)Patient(s)Topic(s)Entry type
CASE353531609-03-0606:40querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE353611609-03-1212:00patientMr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]]Self, Elizabeth Sandy [Napier], AnneMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE353621609-03-1406:38patientSir Robert Sandy [Napier] [Baronet] [Old Sir Robert Napier] [Mr Robert Sandy [Napier]]Self, Mr Richard Napier [the nephew] [Sir Richard Napier], Elizabeth Sandy [Napier]Medical (Not specified in question)
Medical > Illness (general) (Sickness)
CASE442271616-12-1115:45querent, patientSelfSelfSex, family and generation (Marital prospects)Horary
CASE516851620-10-1607:00querentSelfSir Thomas Middleton [the son]Medical > Witchcraft and devil (Strange affliction)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Fits and convulsions (Fits)
Medical > Parts of the body > Torso (Spleen)
Medical > Illnesses (named) > Stone and strangury (Stone)
Interrogation (Medical episode)
CASE516861620-10-1607:00querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)
Medical > Diseases of the mind (Not specified in question)
CASE518251620-11-2807:30patientAnonymousSelfMedical > Diseases of the mind (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE518261620-11-2916:30patientSir Robert Sandy [Napier] [Baronet] [Old Sir Robert Napier] [Mr Robert Sandy [Napier]]SelfMedical > Diseases of the mind (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE518311620-12-0215:00querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE518431620-12-1610:00third partySir Thomas Middleton [the son]Sir Thomas Middleton [the son]Sex, family and generation (Fertility)Horary
CASE525421621-05-2905:00querent, patientSelfSelfSex, family and generation (Pregnancy)Horary
CASE535011622-01-2510:20third partySir Thomas Middleton [the son]Sir Thomas Middleton [the son]Sex, family and generation (Fertility)Horary
CASE568511623-08-0706:00querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE570991623-09-1709:45querent, patientSelfSelfSex, family and generation (Pregnancy)Horary
CASE574641623-12-0115:30querent, patientSelfSelfSex, family and generation (Pregnancy)Horary
CASE574921623-12-1118:00querent, patientSelfSelfSex, family and generation (Pregnancy)Horary
CASE577201624-02-1920:00patientSir Thomas Middleton [the son]Self, Sir Thomas Middleton [the son]Medical (Uncategorised, Not specified in question)Horary
CASE578341624-03-0418:00querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE578791624-03-1119:00patientSir Thomas Middleton [the son]SelfSex, family and generation (Childbirth)Horary
CASE616831626-02-27-1626-02-2814:00-11:40patientMr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]]Self, Sir Thomas Middleton [the son], Mrs Christian Napier [Young Lady Ersfeild], Mr Richard Napier [the nephew] [Sir Richard Napier]Personal affairs > Business affairs (Preferment)
Medical (Not specified in question)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Fits and convulsions (Convulsions)
Medical > Illnesses (named) (Colic)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Wind (WindColic)
Medical > Treatment (Treatment follow-up)
Interrogation (Receiving message)
CASE618301626-03-2218:00querent, patientSelfSelfMedical > Symptoms (specified) > Wind (WindColic)Horary
CASE626781627-01-0217:20querent, patientSelfSelfMedical > Diseases of the mind (Melancholy)Horary
CASE626851627-01-0407:20querent, patientSelfSelfSex, family and generation (Girl or boy)Horary
CASE643121627-07-2007:40querent, patientSelfSelfSex, family and generation (Pregnancy)
Medical (Not specified in question)
CASE671361628-10-0812:00querent, patientSelfSelfMedical > Illnesses (named) (Colic)
Medical > Illnesses (named) > Jaundice (Jaundice)
Medical > Women’s matters > Menstrual problems (Menstruation)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Dizzy and/or faint (Weak)
Medical > Parts of the body > Torso (Back)
CASE770001633-04-1906:30querent, patientSelf, Mrs Christian Napier [Young Lady Ersfeild]Self, Mrs Christian Napier [Young Lady Ersfeild]Unknown (Unknown)Horary
CASE775191633-06-0819:30querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE781981633-09-0719:00patientSir Thomas Middleton [the son]SelfMedical > Illnesses (named) > Jaundice (Jaundice)Horary
CASE797861635-11-0716:00patientMrs Christian Napier [Young Lady Ersfeild]SelfMedical > Prognosis (Recovery (‘mend or no’))Horary
CASE797911635-11-1410:40querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE797991635-11-2311:30querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE798051635-11-2410:00querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE798191635-12-0410:00querent, patientSelfSelfUnknown (Unknown)Horary
CASE796371637-11-1408:45patientSir Thomas Middleton [the son]SelfMedical (Not specified in question)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.), ‘Lady Mary Middleton [Sandy] [Napier] (PERSON25254)’, The casebooks of Simon Forman and Richard Napier, 1596–1634: a digital edition,, accessed 18 January 2021.