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CASE10647: Horary consultation concerning Thomas White (PERSON17057) and Susan White (PERSON17086)

Question asked by Thomas White (PERSON17057) and Susan White (PERSON17086) on 22 May 1600 at 11:30

RN Thomas White of Milten 56. may 22 die h. 11 30 ant m 1600 |a payne in his shoulders| payned in his head back & chest stuffed. faynt & feeble water good but yellowish. sande in his backe. a drye cough.

Susāna White of Milten Mres Androwes servant 18 a red coloured wenche legs sweld. hath the whites but very few of the reds. head & harte a swimminge.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 202, f. 79r (bottom left part of page)

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CASE10681: Horary consultation concerning Matthew Walsore [Walgere] (PERSON16790) and Frances Walgere (PERSON16746)

Question asked by Matthew Walsore [Walgere] (PERSON16790) and Frances Walgere (PERSON16746) on 26 May 1600 at 13:26

RN Mathewe Walsore of Buckginham {sic} 30. music. may 26 die h. 1. 3 26. p m. 1600

paynd in his \head &/ chest by reason of a wound receaved but healed wch maketh him cast. alwyys {sic} leane somtimes voydeth leeke matter & choler. spade bone of his shoulder perisheth his lungs. & francis Walso|ge|re 28. his wif paynd wth a windines in her stomacke.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 202, f. 84r, f. 85r (f. 84r bottom left, and f. 85r upper right)

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CASE12441: Horary consultation concerning Agnes Houghton (PERSON12911)

Question asked by Christopher Houghton (PERSON12900) and Alice Houghton (PERSON12913) on 12 May 1599 at 10:00

RN Agnes Hoton. 7 yeres on sct Valentines eve being sunday amisse in her lims & tounge & feete & hath no sence nor feeling therin at first shee did fall for 2 or 3 dizeases. now hath lost the senc & vse of her lims

[Astrological Chart]

She cryeth & mutch cōplayneth o {sic} May the 12. die . h. 10. ant m. 1599. pater et mater filia quærūt remediū. det igitur pater cælestis multis et magnis miserationib suis. at all times most cold. Costive.

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 228, f. 160r (upper right part of page)

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CASE57820: Horary consultation concerning Richard Lucas (PERSON53943)

Question asked by Lucas (PERSON53933) and Lucas (PERSON53954) on 3 March 1624 at 17:39

RN Rich: Lucas of G Nortot a yeomans sonne 30 27 of Ap 27. 1595. about 12. at noone sent march. 3. h. 5. 39 p m. 1624. /mayed {sic} 2 yeres. on child a twelfmoth {sic} old\

3 quart of a yere ill in his head mynd braye {sic} & head troubled mopish & fe{l} careles of his busynes. |Worst at the full of ye moone 3 days before or after/|

boath the fathers obst{in}at of & on in yere maage {sic} pater sine cōsensu. et vxor cū Consensu sed nō filius wheathr they should bring him heather.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 413, f. 95v (bottom left, and bottom right parts of page)

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CASE12301: Horary consultation concerning Anne Bourton (PERSON9905)

Question asked by the patient on 25 April 1599 at 08:30

RN An Bourton of Olny 26 yeres old. sick the ever sinc Lent tooke her in her hed hart & backe maried this 7 yeres had but on Child but yt god hath taken to his mercy. {s} {sic} it holdeth her nowe as an ague shaking her every day. & hat sweateth & is very hot after the shaking & hath as it were a thing lūbring in her chest very corpulent faynt & very feeble. hath a very painfull cough ready to Drawe vp hart & hall wth it & fetcheth blood very short winded. fetcheth vp fleume & water as cleare as a bell. Ap. 25 die . h. 8. 30. mi ant m. 1599. hath a very sore ague every day yt maketh her sweate exceedingly. hath not had this moneth her Courses sinc shee voyded a litle porrengr of clompered bloode/

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 138r (upper left part of page)

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CASE37811: Horary consultation concerning William Freeman (PERSON30652) and Goody Maud Freeman (PERSON23317) and Lettice Freeman (PERSON30663) and Laura Burte (PERSON28591) and Anonymous (PERSON37498) and Elizabeth Burte (PERSON28588)

Question asked by William Freeman (PERSON30652), Goody Maud Freeman (PERSON23317), Lettice Freeman (PERSON30663), Anonymous (PERSON37498) and Elizabeth Burte (PERSON28588) on 4 April 1611 at 11:15

GJ willm Freeman of St eedes 44 y Apr: 4 {illeg}|| ho 11. 15 a m 1611.

Ad præcautionē pestis

Mould Freeman 60 y. eodē

Lettice freeman 11 y eodē

Lowre Byrt 7 y. eodē

Susan Byrt maid 16. y.

Elsabeth Byrt 35 y.

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 200, f. 53r (bottom right part of page)

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CASE11932: Horary consultation concerning Toucher (PERSON16500)

Question asked by the patient on 3 January 1599 at 12:09

RN Mr {sic} Charels Tutcher Charles at Stonystratford at the swan of 2 neckes. 45. sick this fortnight. sonewhat {sic} Costive shee doth bleede & is very mutch stuffed in her chest can scarce tak her winde. ready to sound a grosse & fat woman. sent a poer woman. Ian. 3. die . h. 12. 9. mi. 1599. \at 1. p m /|twice & thrice a day bleedeth at ye nose. half a pint at a time \every othr daye/|

[Astrological Chart]

Charels Touchers wife hath not had her termes this 6 yeres her stomack hoven & her hed ill & backe her wombe & chest stuffed short winded. hart ill water good. yellowe but thin. taken a greefe for payment of monyes for her husb. brother for s{ur}tiship. 200li

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 77r (upper left, and upper right parts of page)

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CASE10183: Horary consultation concerning Susan Cole (PERSON10737) and Robert Cole (PERSON10715)

Question asked by Susan Cole (PERSON10737) and Robert Cole (PERSON10715) on 18 March 1600 at 12:30

RN Susan Coles of Olny betwixt 18 or 19. March 18 die h 12. 30. 1600.

Robart Coles 29. of Olny March. 18. die h. capitis dolore et tu{mo}{sic} tumore ex collisu

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 202, f. 16v (bottom right part of page)

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CASE12105: Horary consultation concerning William Dudley (PERSON11390) and Old Goody Catherine Dudley (PERSON11393)

Question asked by William Dudley (PERSON11390) and Old Goody Catherine Dudley (PERSON11393) on 20 March 1599 at 11:40

RN Will: Dudly for him selfe. for a stitch in his side. & can taketh him in his harte & backe. March. 20. die h. 11. 40. mi ant m. 1599. 64 yeres old. in his stomack.

And C|K|atheron Dudly his wife moved question. 53 yeres vp stomack. taketh her by fits

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 106v (upper left part of page)

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CASE28275: Horary consultation concerning Sir Francis Duncombe [Mr Francis Duncombe] (PERSON11399) and Mr William Duncombe (PERSON19515)

Question asked by Sir Francis Duncombe [Mr Francis Duncombe] (PERSON11399) and Mr William Duncombe (PERSON19515) between 17 October 1606 at 13:00 and 18 October 1606 at 08:15

RN Mr Dūcōbe of Broughton for flegme. & stone all about his lounges.

Thothr Mr Duncōbe of London for the strangullion all about his bellye. maketh watr often.

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 215, f. 293v (upper right part of page)

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CASE30316: Horary consultation concerning Mr Richard Dawson (PERSON22840) and Mr Sterope (PERSON25572)

Question asked by Mr Richard Dawson (PERSON22840) and Mr Sterope (PERSON25572) on 18 November 1606 at 09:00

RN Mr Dawson the kep of my lords wardrope his serv. novēb. 18 h. 8. ant 30. ant m. 1606 for a gowte in his hāds & feete/

Mr Sterope the Registr ascaridib. belly 32 y novēb. 18. h. 9. ant m. 1606.

Mr dawson & mr Sterope.

m|th|{sic} lady Brooke

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Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 193, f. 26r (upper left, upper right, and bottom left parts of page)

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CASE43107: Horary consultation concerning Mr Francis Combs [The older Mr Combs] (PERSON29218) and Mrs Mary Combs (PERSON29219)

Question asked by Mr Francis Combs [The older Mr Combs] (PERSON29218) and Mrs Mary Combs (PERSON29219) on 1 April 1616 at 17:00

RN Mr francis Combes Mr {sic} Apr 1. h. 5 p. m 16i6 cā abyde no wet nor wynd. eys bad dersyreth a direction in writing

his physick wch I sent him did him no good.

Mres Mary Combes. tooke her physick it did her some good but now her other cheeke is swelled. vryne good

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 408, f. 45r (bottom right, and bottom left parts of page)

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CASE19209: Horary consultation concerning Agnes Parker (PERSON14666) and Parker (PERSON14660)

Question asked by Agnes Parker (PERSON14666) and Parker (PERSON14660) on 18 April 1601 at 11:39

RN \Agys Parker of Westen vndrwood 56|8|/

Apr 18 die hor. 12|1|. 39. {rive}d about her body

vrina {sic} wth a rising in her chest. had a bruise 7 yeres sinc

her husb. for a bruise wth a horse.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 404, f. 81r (upper right part of page)

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CASE35494: Horary consultation concerning Joan Andrews (PERSON9140) and Joan Andrews [Tiler] (PERSON9160)

Question asked by Joan Andrews (PERSON9140) and Joan Andrews [Tiler] (PERSON9160) on 18 April 1609 at 12:00

RN Ione Androwe of Tingriffe. 17 y Apr. 18. h. 12. 1609 for a tettry face & nose.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 203, f. 12v (bottom left part of page)

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CASE37288: Horary consultation concerning Lady Compton [Villiers] (PERSON22638) and Mrs Savell (PERSON25267)

Question asked by Lady Compton [Villiers] (PERSON22638) and Mrs Savell (PERSON25267) on 26 October 1610 at 09:00

RN the lady Compton & her gentlewomā Mres savell wer leet {sic} blood the lady in her right foote the gentlewoman in her right arme. the ladyes blood good the gentl black thick melancholy for her splene & hed ach cōtinuall. octob. 26 h. 9. ant m 16i0.

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 329, f. 102r (upper part of page)

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CASE43710: Horary consultation concerning Edward Marsh (PERSON33013) and Mr William Marsh (PERSON33017)

Question asked by Edward Marsh (PERSON33013) and Mr William Marsh (PERSON33017) on 25 July 1616 at 11:45

RN Mr Nicholas Marshe 2 childrē. Edw. Marsh 12 y had the Measels came out |& went in agayne| |his water indiff| Will Marsh 10 y this very sic{k} cast cough. very sore the youngers water very thick & aguish / h. 11. 45 ant m 16i6\

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 408, f. 144r (upper right part of page)

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CASE53831: Horary consultation concerning Mr Thomas Dillingham (PERSON29828) and Dillingham (PERSON47871)

Question asked by Mr Thomas Dillingham (PERSON29828) and Dillingham (PERSON47871) on 8 April 1622 at 15:00

RN Mr Thomas Dillinghā mynyster of Deanes. 51 y vppō the lords day at night last. troubled & had a sore fit of the stone & caused him to vomyt. 8 y sinc was troubled in like maner & found mutch good. Ap 8 h. 3. p m 1622.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 223, f. 44v (upper left, and upper right parts of page)

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CASE64308: Horary consultation concerning Lady Mitton (PERSON54830) and Mrs Magdalen Napier [Mitton] [Sandy] (PERSON33485)

Question asked by Lady Mitton (PERSON54830) and Mrs Magdalen Napier [Mitton] [Sandy] (PERSON33485) on 20 July 1627 at 18:30 or at 19:40

RN Receaved a lettr the lady Mytton Iuly 20 h. 6 30 p m 1627 hath casted 3 weekes. would have a playster for the spleene

sent her things agaynst next fryday.

Mres mytton \my Cosen magd myt{ton}/ sent Iuly 20 h: 7 40 p m 1627

hath casteth 3 weekes Craveth my Consell & also a playst for ye spleene

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 227, f. 167r-v (f. 167r middle left, and f. 167v upper right)

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CASE64655: Horary consultation concerning Richard Tomms (PERSON60303) and Cicely Tomms (PERSON60317)

Question asked by Richard Tomms (PERSON60303) and Cicely Tomms (PERSON60317) on 27 September 1627 at 09:20

RN Rich: Toms of Potters Perrye 6 5 63 y Sept 27. h 9. 20 ant m. 1627

[Astrological Chart]

sick a week. sept 2i now malig cast & goeth to stoole very nutch {sic}

And his first exceding hot & then cold1

His wife sickned at the same tyme 50. new ague casteth & goeth to stoole but nothing so mutch as her hub|s|b. but casteth more

Notes:

1 ‘malig. feaver’ in chart

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 227, f. 224r (middle right, and middle centre parts 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-querent-identified=Yes;f2-judgment=No;f3-question-asked=Medical, accessed 2 April 2020.