Lives of the fellows

Edmund Crynes

b.1711 d.1787
AB Oxon(1731) AM(1734) MB(1737) MD(1742) FRCP(1744)

Edmund Crynes, M.D., was the son of Jonas Crynes of St. Lawrence Jury, in the city of London, gent., and on the 15th September, 1727, being then sixteen years of age was matriculated at St. John’s college, Oxford. He was elected a demy of Magdalen college in 1729, and as a member of that house proceeded A.B. 25th June, 1731; A.M. 30th April, 1734; M.B. 13th May, 1737; M.D. 8th July, 1742. He was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 30th September, 1743; and a Fellow, 1st October, 1744. After practising for a few years at Hackney, he removed to Nottingham, and there continued until 1772, when he retired from practice, and withdrew to Kenilworth, where he died, and was buried the 2nd July, 1787.

William Munk

(Volume II, page 154)

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