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Mrs Bridget Carter (PERSON45693)

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Sex: Female

Birth: 1604-04-02 or 1605-03-25 (01:30 approx.) or 1604-04-02 or 1605-03-25

Death: Not recorded in the casebooks

Spouses:Carter, c. 30 January 1633

Residences:‘England > Bedfordshire > Bletsoe (parish) > Bletsoe (village)’, c. 13 March 1632, 6 July 1632, 9 August 1632, 8 November 1632, 17 January 1633, 30 January 1633 & 11 March 1633‘England > Buckinghamshire > Bletchley (parish) > Bletchley (village; now part of Milton Keynes)’, c. 3 January 1633

Case details

CaseDateTimeRole(s)Querent(s)Patient(s)Topic(s)Entry type
CASE740071632-03-1313:39querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE747151632-05-2911:00querent, patientSelfSelfMedical > Parts of the body > Head and neck (Head)
Medical > Symptoms (specified) > Pain and pricking (Pain)
Personal affairs > Place list (Journeys)
CASE750201632-07-0613:30querent, patientSelfSelfMedical > Diseases of the mind (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE752591632-08-0913:30querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE758761632-11-0811:30querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE762431633-01-0313:20querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE763211633-01-1712:15querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)Horary
CASE763801633-01-3012:20querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)
Medical > Witchcraft and devil (Witchcraft suffered (medical))
CASE766371633-03-1111:15querent, patientSelfSelfMedical (Not specified in question)
Medical > Diseases of the mind (Not specified in question)

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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 Bridget Carter (PERSON45693)’, The casebooks of Simon Forman and Richard Napier, 1596–1634: a digital edition,, accessed 30 November 2020.