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CASE55272: Horary consultation concerning Margaret Anderson [Monson] [Lady Monson] (PERSON5067)

Question asked by Sir Thomas Monson [Baronet] [Mr Monson [the elder]] (PERSON5064) on 13 November 1622 at 18:39

RN for the lady Momson novēb 13 . h. 6 39 p m 1622

her teeth loose & feareth the scurvy.

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 222, f. 113r (bottom right part of page)

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CASE31066: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Cicely Hanson (PERSON23610)

Question asked by Mr Henry [Harry] Hanson (PERSON12519) on 6 April 1607 at 15:12

RN Mr Henry Hanson sent vnto me Apr. 6. h. 1|3|. 12. 1607 to signify that his wife cā have no remedy for her tooth ach & that her pils wrought extremely as if shee should dye wth them.

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 193, f. 139r (bottom right part of page)

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CASE12243: Horary consultation concerning Anne Sammon (PERSON15566)

Question asked by Sammon (PERSON15562) on 19 April 1599 at 08:12

RN An Samon of Betchington Mill. 43. sick ever sinc tuesday was sennet. sent by her husband this 19 of Aprill die . h. 8. 12. mi ant m: 1599. cōplayneth of her stomack thenc goeth into her teethe. & so into her hed. her youngest Child. halfe a ye{re} old.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 126v (upper right part of page)

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CASE43313: Horary consultation concerning Agnes Field (PERSON30360)

Question asked by Anonymous (PERSON38065) on 3 May 1616 at 18:20

RN Agnys fild of Sherington 3 y may 3. h 6 20 p m 16i6

ill sinc tuesday last It tooke \her/ in the backe & hed & grindeth her teeth. & is as on distracted. by strange fits

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 408, f. 77v (bottom right part of page)

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CASE12119: Horary consultation concerning Phyllis Pedder (PERSON14829)

Question asked by Pedder (PERSON14823) on 21 March 1599 at 14:30

RN Phyllis Pedder of Potters Perry of a 11 yeres old. sick on mūday first. then teeethe {sic} hed hart. cannot speak. came to speachles ever sinc noone. her brothr came for her. Martij 2i. die . h. 2. 30. p m. 1599.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 108r (bottom right, and bottom left parts of page)

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CASE53925: Horary consultation concerning Dorothy Drapes (PERSON48074)

Question asked by Anonymous (PERSON39411) on 19 April 1622 at 14:15

RN Clare

Dorothy Drape of newp 4 y Ap 2 19. h. 2. 15 p m 1622. hath bene c{or}st 2|4| days vntill this daye cā eate litle. grateth her teeth. head cānot speake.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 223, f. 59v (bottom right part of page)

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CASE68264: Horary consultation concerning Elizabeth Scrope (PERSON58396)

Question asked by Anonymous (PERSON40889) on 24 April 1629 at 14:00

RN Mres Eliz child to the lord of Sunderland a yere & a halfe Ap. 24. 2. p m 1629

[Astrological Chart]

hath a cough & a great loose{nes} & eateth litle

quæritr vtrū laborat Dentib ventre vl vermbis {sic} metuit vermes stomach

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 407, f. 156v (upper right part of page)

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CASE22331: Horary consultation concerning Mr William Bouth (PERSON28280) and Bouth (PERSON44569)

Question asked by Mr William Bouth (PERSON28280) on 1 July 1630 at 14:20

RN Mr Booth for his teeth yt are loosened. for wch he was advised to take oyle of Talke \{Daysyes} to/ fasten them. & for his sisters |yellow| spots in her face & brow wch was holpen by. oyle of Talke h wch I sent him. Iuly 1. h. 2. 20 p m 1630

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 238, f. 45v (upper left part of page)

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CASE79175: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Faith Sage (PERSON58116) and Sage (PERSON58113)

Question asked by Mrs Faith Sage (PERSON58116) on 7 October 1634 between 09:45 and 14:00

SRN Fayth Sage of High Lauer for a litenes in her head. & a papue in her Teeth & a trembling at her heart.

her Husband was taken with a payne in her|is| backe that he can hardly goe./.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 412, f. 157r (upper right part of page)

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CASE48022: Horary consultation concerning Elizabeth Harley (PERSON31369)

Question asked by Anonymous (PERSON38525) on 4 January 1619 at 10:30

RN Elis Harly of Oakely a yers {sic} old Ian. 4 h. 10. 30 ant. m 1618 {sic}.

It swoundeth often 5 tȳes a fortnight or a weke betwixt |teeth feared|

onc in a month or 3 weekes it swoundeth & then sleepeth & still is mery.

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 230, f. 127r (upper right part of page)

Cite this as: Lauren Kassell, Michael Hawkins, Robert Ralley, John Young, Joanne Edge, Janet Yvonne Martin-Portugues, and Natalie Kaoukji (eds.), The casebooks of Simon Forman and Richard Napier, 1596–1634: a digital edition, https://casebooks.lib.cam.ac.uk/search?f1-patient-consent=Not%20specified;f2-question-asked=Medical%3A%3AParts%20of%20the%20body%3A%3AHead%20and%20neck%3A%3ATeeth;f3-question-asked=Medical, accessed 16 February 2020.