Lives of the fellows

Thomas Huys

b.? d.5 August 1558
MD Oxon(1548) FRCP(1550)

Thomas Huys, M.D., was a doctor of medicine, of Merton College, of Februrary, 1548, and was admitted a Fellow of the College of Physicians 25th June, 1550. In 1551 he was appointed Consiliarius, and the same day (postridie divi Thomæ Ap.) an Elect, in place of Dr. Clement, then at Louvaine, as the Annals say, “religionis gratiâ.” He was continued Consiliarius, and also made Censor the three following years, when his name, except as an Elect, disappears from the list of officers. His death is thus recorded: “5 Augusti, 1558, Thomas Huys, regius medicus et Elector, vir doctus et singularis humanitatis, moriebatur horâ sextâ a prandio, et sepultus est apud S. Albanum Londini, octavo ejusdem mensis.”

William Munk

(Volume I, page 49)

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