FRASER, Sir Alexander

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Institute of Historical Research

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Margaret Pelling, Frances White

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2004

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'FRASER, Sir Alexander', Physicians and Irregular Medical Practitioners in London 1550-1640: Database (2004). URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=17438 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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Sir Alexander FRASER

Biography

NameSir Alexander FRASER (FRAIZER, FRAIZIIER, FRAYSER, PHRASIER)
GenderMale
Primary occupationmedical physician (MD) (Physician in ordinary & close friend to ChII.)
Period of medical practice1635-1681
Place of birthScot
Date of birthc. 1610
Date of death3 May 1681
AddressSt Michael Cornhill 1654 1656. Doores, Scotland, 1681 (will).
Other notesMD Montpellier 1635 incorp Ca 1637. Summoned 1638. CRCP 30/03/1640. FRCP 23/11/1641. FRS 1663. Birken thesis. Baronet.

Known London address

St Michael Cornhill
ParishSt Michael Cornhill
WardCornhill
Date1654-6

College membership

Medical education (university)Montpellier
Date of MD1635
Degree incorporated into Cambridge UniversityYes
Date became Candidate30/03/1640
Date became Fellow23/11/1641
Date of Candidacy1640-1641
Date of Fellowship1641-1681
Date made Elect1666
In trouble before membershipYes
Other notesMD Montpellier 1635 inc Ca1637
Date of birthc.1610
Date of death3 May 1681

Censorial hearings

22 Dec 1638
EntryF was admonished to conform to the College (as was ENT 256 at the same meeting). He was an MD of Montpellier.
Action takenAdmonished to conform.
Verdictguilty
SentenceAdmonished to conform, i.e. become a College member
2 Nov 1639
EntryExamined for the first time. Scotsman. MD Montpellier 1 Oct 1635, incorporated at Cambridge 9 March 1637[-8].
Action takenExamined. ?Approved.
6 Dec 1639
EntryDr. Fraizer appeared and was examined for the second time.
Action taken?Presumably passed.
3 Jan 1640
EntryDr. Fraizer also was examined in this Comitia for the third time.
Action taken?Presumably passed.
30 March 1640
EntryDr. Fraizer after first being examined by the President was then proposed and elected a Candidate by the votes of everyone: when he had taken the oath he was admitted & paid the fees due to the College.
Action takenCRCP.
10 April 1640
Entry[Collbiz.]