fl.1687; one time assistant to Mr. Bannister; author of the first treatise
on dentistry, Curious Observations in that Difficult Part of Chirurgery,
Relating to the Teeth (1687); ded. to the most honourable and
truly learned the physitians, chirugeons, and apothecaries of the city
of Dublin; copy in Marshs Library, Dublin; advertisement shows
that he had lodgings at Smiths Arms, Essex St., Dublin.
Curious Observations in that Difficult Part of Chirurgery, Relating to
the Teeth (Dublyn, printed and are to be sold in London, by William
Whitwood, 1687); Do. ([q. place]: L. Lindsay 1924).