Lives of the fellows

Richard Watts

b.1676 d.14 April 1750
Ex LRCP(1703) LRCP(1710) MD Cantab(1728) FRCP(1729)

Richard Watts, M.D., a native of Hampshire, then practising at Lymington, was admitted an Extra-Licentiate of the College 26th June, 1703. A few years afterwards, removing to London, he presented himself at the Censors’ board, and on the 30th September, 1710, after the usual examinations, was admitted a Licentiate. He was created doctor of medicine at Cambridge 15th June, 1728; on the 30th September following, was admitted a Candidate of the College; and on the 30th September, 1729, a Fellow. Dr. Watts died 14th April,1750, aged seventy-four.

William Munk

(Volume II, page 113)

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