Vavasour, Thomas
Vavasour, Thomas
English physician (1536-1585)

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  • Thomas Vavasour — (b. about 1536 7; d. at Kingston upon Hull, 2 May1585) was an English Roman Catholic physician, and pensioner of St. John s College, Cambridge.LifeOn 25 June, 1549, at the disputations held before the king s commissioners at Cambridge, Vavasour… …   Wikipedia

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