Lives of the fellows

Thomas Pepys

b.1622 d.?
AM Cantab(1647) MD Padua(1651) MD Oxon(1653)

Thomas Pepys, MD, was educated at St Peter’s college, Westminster, whence he was elected in 1641 to Trinity college, Cambridge. He was elected fellow of Trinity in 1649, took the degree of master of arts at Cambridge in 1647, and on the 20th May, 1649, being then twenty-seven years of age, was entered on the physic line at Leyden, but he graduated doctor of medicine at Padua, 25th August, 1651. He was incorporated on the latter degree at Oxford, 20th May, 1653, and admitted ad eundem at Cambridge in 1664. Dr Pepys was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 25th June, 1661. His legacy to the College of ten pounds was received 3rd July, 1673.

William Munk

(Volume I, page 302)

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