Lives of the fellows

Oliver Horseman

b.? d.24 November 1717
MD Leyden(1680) Ex LRCP(1682) LRCP(1692)

Oliver Horseman, MD – A native of Rutlandshire and doctor of medicine of Leyden, of 19th September, 1680; was admitted an Extra-Licentiate of the College of Physicians 2nd September, 1682. He subsequently settled in London; and, having undergone the usual examination before the Censors’ board, was admitted a Licentiate 30th September, 1692. Dr Horseman resided in Hatton-garden, and dying there 24th November, 1717, was buried at St Andrew’s, Holborn, on the 29th of that month.

The grant of arms to the College from the Heralds’ college had been lost, probably in the confusion consequent on the Great Fire, and was recovered by purchase, by Dr Horseman, who presented it to the College 25th June, 1695.

William Munk

(Volume I, page 494)

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