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Dr Michael Jarman (PERSON32083)

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Sex: Male

Birth: 1591-03-13-1593-03-11 (est.)

Death: Not recorded in the casebooks

Spouses:None recorded in the casebooks

Residences:‘England > Oxfordshire > Oxford > Exeter College, Oxford’, c. 1 June 1614‘England > Oxfordshire > Oxford > Corpus Christi College, Oxford’, c. 23 March 1620

Case details

CaseDateTimeRole(s)Querent(s)Patient(s)Topic(s)Entry type
CASE371101610-02-2607:45querent, patientSelfSelfMedical > Illness (general) (Morbus)Horary
CASE371951610-03-1208:00querent, patientSelfSelfUnknown (Unknown)Horary
CASE234981614-06-0117:00querent, patientSelfSelfMedical > Illnesses (named) (Dropsy)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Wasting (Consumed)
Medical > Parts of the body > Torso (Belly)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Wind (Wind)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Bloating and swelling (Swelling)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Sleep problems (Sleeplessness)
Medical > Treatment (Treatment follow-up)
CASE236161614-06-2514:40-19:25querent, patientSelfSelfMedical > Treatment (Requesting treatment)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Wind (Wind)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Eating and drinking problems (Cannot digest)
CASE494051619-07-3118:15querentSelfMr John CollinsMedical > Diseases of the mind (Foolish, Laughing, Distempered (passions), Brain (passions), Sottish)Horary
CASE504221620-03-2307:00-08:30patientMr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]]SelfPersonal affairs > Business affairs (Preferment)Interrogation (Receiving message)
CASE682151629-04-1716:30querentSelf, NorwoodMr William NorwoodMedical > Diseases of the mind (Fancies, Sleeplessness (passions))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.), ‘Dr Michael Jarman (PERSON32083)’, The casebooks of Simon Forman and Richard Napier, 1596–1634: a digital edition,, accessed 22 February 2024.