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Lady Alice Bacon [Underhill] [Lady Verulam] [Vicountess of St Albion] (PERSON43186)

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Sex: Female

Birth: Not recorded in the casebooks

Death: Not recorded in the casebooks

Spouse:Sir John Underhill [Mr John Underhill], c. 8 March 1627

Residence:‘England > Hertfordshire > St Albans > Unspecified’, c. 27 July 1627

Case details

CaseDateTimeRole(s)Querent(s)Patient(s)Topic(s)Entry type
CASE633371627-03-0819:45querentSelfSir John Underhill [Mr John Underhill]Medical (Not specified in question)
Medical > Witchcraft and devil (Witchcraft suffered (medical))
CASE633381627-03-0819:45querentSelfSir John Underhill [Mr John Underhill]Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Dizzy and/or faint (Weak)
Medical > Parts of the body > Head and neck (Head)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Hearing problems (Deafness)
CASE634131627-03-1519:00querentSelfSir John Underhill [Mr John Underhill]Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Hearing problems (Deafness)
Medical > Treatment (Treatment follow-up)
CASE638411627-05-0410:25querent, patientSelfSelfSex, family and generation (Pregnancy)Horary
CASE643581627-07-2708:45patientMr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]]SelfMedical (Trauma)Interrogation (Medical episode)
CASE643571627-07-2720:45third partyMr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]]Mr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]]Medical (Trauma)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Hearing problems (Deafness)
CASE673901628-11-2109:50patientAnne UnderhillSelfPersonal affairs (Loss and theft)Horary
CASE673911628-11-2109:50-10:00querent, patientSelfSelfPersonal affairs (Loss and theft)Interrogation

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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 Alice Bacon [Underhill] [Lady Verulam] [Vicountess of St Albion] (PERSON43186)’, The casebooks of Simon Forman and Richard Napier, 1596–1634: a digital edition,, accessed 20 April 2021.