Dr. Jowan Quidgerey (fl. 1600) was a medical doctor from Durow in southeastern Dûnein. He is best known for his large collection of traditional Kemrese music, and especially the tunes composed by Kemper the Rover. The manuscripts, known as "Dr. Quidgery's Notebook", is kept at Kings College in Castreleon. Kemper was a good friend of the Quidgereys and stayed there often over the winters, composing tunes in honour of the Doctor, his wife and various household servants and visitors. Several early manuscripts donated by Quidgerey's descendants are kept at the National Museum at Castreleon.