b.? d.5 Feb 1676-7
Thomas Waldron, MD, was the son of Thomas Waldron, of Tenbury, co Worcester, and on the 14th November, 1634, being then fifteen years of age, was matriculated at Balliol college, Oxford, and proceeded doctor of medicine 4th July, 1653. He was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 9th April, 1655, and a Fellow 26th June, 1665. He was incorporated at Cambridge on his doctor’s degree in 1668. Dr Waldron was physician in ordinary to Charles II and his household, and, dying on the 5th February, 1676-7, was, as we learn from the register of Westminster Abbey, buried there on the 14th of that month. His estate was administered to in the court there of the Dean and Chapter 9th March following. http://munksroll.rcplondon.ac.uk/Biography/Deta...
Chart showing the number of references in each month of the diary’s entries.