Lives of the fellows

Abraham Carslake

b.? d.?
AB Oxon(1701) AM(1704) MB(1708)

Abraham Carslake, M.B., was of Exeter college, Oxford, as a member of which he proceeded A.B. 14th October, 1701; A.M. 16th June, 1704; M.B. 9th December, 1708. He appeared at the College 10th March, 1708-9, and "was examined particularly for the sea service, being recommended for that purpose by the right honourable the earl of Pembroke, lord high admiral of England, and was well approved of by the President and Elects, and the following certificate was given him by them :—

We, the President and three of the Elects of the College of Physicians, London, have, according to Act of Parliament and in obedience to his Excellency the Lord High Admiral of England, examined Mr. Abraham Carslake, bachelor of physick, in the university of Oxford, and do approve of him as duly qualified to serve Her Majesty as a Physician in Her Majesty’s fleet.
Witness our hands Mar. 10, 1708."

William Munk

(Volume II, page 26)

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