Lives of the fellows

Samuel Thomson

b.? d.?
Ex LRCP(1640) MD Oxon(1648)

Samuel Thomson, MD, was a son of William Thomson, of Westbury, co Wilts, and was educated at Magdalen hall, Oxford, where he took the degrees in arts, and then applying himself to medicine, came before the College of Physicians, and on the 13th April, 1640, was admitted an Extra-Licentiate. On the 5th August, 1644, it was agreed at a meeting of the Censors board, that at the instance of Dr Child, a letter should be sent to the mayor of Rochester, to testify that Mr Samuel Thomson is a man licensed to practise physic by the College. He was created doctor of physic at Oxford, 14th April, 1648; and was the author of
Exercitations and Meditations upon some Texts of Scripture. 8vo. Lond. 1676.

William Munk

(Volume I, page 227)

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