Lives of the fellows

Richard Clamp

b.1617 d.18 August 1696
Ex LRCP(1661)

Richard Clamp was a practitioner at Lynn, in Norfolk, “medicinam factitans in urbe Linne Regis,” and was admitted an Extra-Licentiate of the College of Physicians 11th October, 1661. He survived to a ripe old age, and dying 18th August, 1696, aged 79, was buried in St Margaret’s church, Lynn. The monument to his memory bears the following inscription:-
viri tam pietate quam animi candore satis noti omnibus:
qui variis prælibatis linguis
et ipsius naturæ acrcanis non inscrutandis
(proprio stimulante genio)
in totam mathematicam et rem medicam penetravit,
quarum praxi feliciter operam dedit.
Anno jam tandem LXXIX peracto,
altiora petens, in cælos migravit Aug. xviii. MDCXCVI.”

William Munk

(Volume I, page 305)

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