Lives of the fellows

William Vaughan

b.1648 d.4 July 1712
MD Leyden(1671) MD Cantab(1674) FRCP(1678)

William Vaughan, MD, an Englishman born, on the 17th July, 1668, being then twenty years of age, was entered on the physic line at Leyden. He studied there for nearly three years, and graduated doctor of medicine there in 1671. He was incorporated at Cambridge 4th July, 1674; was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 30th September, 1674; and a Fellow 25th March, 1678. On the 17th August, 1676, he married at Romford, Ann Newton, of Romford, spinster. He lost his place as a Fellow by long absence from town,(1) but on the 10th April, 1704, was restored, and was elected Censor in 1704, and Elect 31st May, 1707. He died, as I learn from the Annals, 4th July, 1712.

William Munk

[(1) “10th April, 1704. It being proposed that Dr William Vaughan, formerly a Fellow residing in this city, but long absent, should be put in the same place as before: it was ordered that he should be in the same place he had before leaving the town, which was next before Dr Hulse, and he took his place accordingly.”]

(Volume I, page 397)

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