Lives of the fellows

William Jackson

b.? d.?
Ex LRCP(1655) MD Oxon(1661)

William Jackson, MD, was admitted an Extra-Licentiate of the College of Physicians 22nd December, 1655. He had been educated at University college, Oxford; and on the 9th May, 1661, was actually created doctor of medicine in that university by virtue of the king’s letters, which stated that his father was DD and sequestered in the late rebellion from about 300l per annum; that this William was in the old king’s service at Colchester, and in the service of this king. Moreover, that his near kinsman Colonel Robert Levinz suffered and was executed by the bloody rebels.(1)

William Munk

[(1) Wood’s Fasti Oxon. vol. ii. p.824.]

(Volume I, page 272)

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