Fourier, François Marie Charles, (1772 – 1837)

Charles Fourier, unknown artist, 19th century. Image source: North Carolina Museum of Art François Marie Charles Fourier (7 April 1772 – 10 October 1837) was an influential French socialist philosopher, who is credited [...]

Fourier, François Marie Charles, (1772 – 1837)2022-11-06T00:01:24+00:00

Fielitz, Heinrich August (1797 – 1877)

Heinrich August Fielitz M.D. (28 April 1797 – 4 October 1877) was a German orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, to become a member of the Homeopathic Society for Upper Lusitania and Silesia, and the [...]

Fielitz, Heinrich August (1797 – 1877)2022-10-03T17:57:31+00:00

Tsar Alexander I (1777 – 1825)

Tsar Alexander I (1777 –  1825), also known as Alexander the Blessed, served as Emperor of Russia from 23 March 1801 to 1 December 1825, and Ruler of Poland from 1815 to 1825, as well [...]

Tsar Alexander I (1777 – 1825)2022-10-03T09:08:40+00:00

Emperor Francis I of Austria (1768 – 1835)

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor (Emperor Franz I of Austria) (12 February 1768 – 2 March 1835) was the last Holy Roman Emperor, ruling from 1792 until 6 August 1806, when he dissolved the Empire [...]

Emperor Francis I of Austria (1768 – 1835)2022-11-30T04:08:25+00:00

Ashurst, William Henry (1792 – 1855)

William Henry Ashurst Snr (11 February 1792 – 13 October 1855) was a British solicitor who founded the commercial law firm Ashurst Morris Crisp at 6 Old Jewry Street. Ashurst was a political reformer and, [...]

Ashurst, William Henry (1792 – 1855)2022-10-10T15:19:45+00:00

Peschier, Charles Gaspard (1782 – 1853)

Charles Gaspard Peschier MD (13 March 1782 – 31 May 1853) was a French orthodox physician and Regimental Surgeon of the Carabiniers of Aubonne, who converted to homeopathy, to become one of the earliest homeopaths [...]

Peschier, Charles Gaspard (1782 – 1853)2022-09-20T10:57:52+00:00

Rueckert, Ernst Ferdinand (1795 – 1843)

Ernst Ferdinand Rueckert (Rückert/Rucken) M.D. (3 March 1795 – 27 July 1843), was a German orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, to become the second person after Johan Joseph Wilhelm Lux to apply homeopathy to [...]

Rueckert, Ernst Ferdinand (1795 – 1843)2022-11-18T19:59:20+00:00

Honigberger, Johann Martin (1795 – 1869)

Johann Martin Honigberger M.D. (10 March 1795 – 18 December 1869) was a Romanian Saxon orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, and who introduced homeopathy into Afghanistan, Egypt, Persia, Romania, Russia, Turkey, India and Pakistan. [...]

Honigberger, Johann Martin (1795 – 1869)2022-09-16T17:18:52+00:00

Necher, Georg Friedrich von (1770 – 1848)

Georg Friedrich von Necher Georg Friedrich von Necher (sometimes misspelled Neckar/Necker) MD (ca. 1770 – ca. 1848) was family physician to the Intendant General and commander of the Austrian army in Italy, Baron [...]

Necher, Georg Friedrich von (1770 – 1848)2022-08-07T10:44:21+00:00

Musard, Philippe (1792 – 1859)

Philippe Musard (8 November 1792 – 31 March 1859) was a French violinist, conductor and composer, the Paris equivalent of Glenn Miller in the 1820s. Philippe Musard was a staunch advocate of homeopathy, and he [...]

Musard, Philippe (1792 – 1859)2022-09-14T19:00:23+00:00

Rapou, Pierre Auguste (1780 – 1857)

Pierre Auguste Rapou (1780 – 5 October 1857) was a French orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, to become a member of the College of Physicians at Paris. Pierre Auguste Rapou was a major homeopathic [...]

Rapou, Pierre Auguste (1780 – 1857)2022-09-20T08:49:03+00:00

Dufresne, Pierre (1786 – 1837)

Pierre Dufresne (1786 – 1837) was a French orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, a Physician at a Maison de Santé, he became the founder of the Society Homeopathique Gallicane (the Gallic Homeopathic Society), the [...]

Dufresne, Pierre (1786 – 1837)2022-09-30T14:33:58+00:00

Rau, Gottlieb Martin Wilhelm Ludwig (1779 – 1841)

Gottlieb Martin Wilhelm Ludwig Rau M.D. (3 October 1779 – 22 September 1841) was a German orthodox physician for 22 years before he converted to homeopathy. A Specialist in Obstetrics, who was already experimenting in [...]

Rau, Gottlieb Martin Wilhelm Ludwig (1779 – 1841)2022-11-18T15:14:44+00:00

Hartung, Christophe (1779 – 1853)

Christophe Hartung 1779 – 1853 was an Austrian orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become a student of Samuel Hahnemann. Christophe Hartung is famous for the cure of a cancerous tumour in the eye [...]

Hartung, Christophe (1779 – 1853)2022-11-30T18:06:22+00:00

Petroz, Antoine Henri (1781 – 1859)

Antoine Henri Petroz (1781 – 29 August 1859) was a student of Samuel Hahnemann, and he was one of of the foremost homeopaths in Paris. By 1865, compilations of his valuable writings were made by [...]

Petroz, Antoine Henri (1781 – 1859)2022-08-07T10:47:16+00:00

Simon, Léon Francois Adolphe (1798 – 1867)

Léon Francois Adolphe Simon (27 November 1798 – 13 May 1867) was a French Jewish orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy when he met Paul Francois Curie. Léon Simon became a student of Samuel Hahnemann, [...]

Simon, Léon Francois Adolphe (1798 – 1867)2022-11-10T04:08:18+00:00

Wolf, Paul (1795 – 1857)

Paul Wolf M.D. (24 February 1795 – 2 January 1857) was a was a German-Jewish orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. Paul Wolf was a student of Samuel Hahnemann,and a colleague of Frantz Hartmann, Matthias Marenzeller [...]

Wolf, Paul (1795 – 1857)2022-12-30T15:23:47+00:00

Haubold, Carl (1796 – 1862)

Carl Haubold (1796 – 8 June 1862) was a German orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. Carl Haubold was one of the earliest students of Samuel Hahnemann in Leipsig. Carl Haubold was a member of [...]

Haubold, Carl (1796 – 1862)2022-10-04T17:41:06+00:00

Thorer, Samuel Timotheus (1795 – 1846)

Samuel Timotheus  Thorer (25 April 1795 – 25 June 1846) was a student at the University of Leipzig, and obtained his medical degree in Berlin. Thorer was an orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. Thorer [...]

Thorer, Samuel Timotheus (1795 – 1846)2022-11-18T14:29:40+00:00

Marenzeller, Matthias (1765 – 1854)

Matthias Marenzeller – Lithograph by Antonín Machek. Image credit: Wellcome Collection Matthias Marenzeller/Marenzellar M.D. (15 February 1765 – 6 January 1854) was an Austrian orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, a contemporary and [...]

Marenzeller, Matthias (1765 – 1854)2022-11-30T18:17:51+00:00

Rummel, Friedrich Jakob (1793 – 1854)

Friedrich Jakob Rummel (26 April 1793 – 10 October 1854) was a German orthodox physician and a fierce opponent of homeopathy before he converted to homeopathy. Rummel was Samuel Hahnemann’s great adversary until 1826, when [...]

Rummel, Friedrich Jakob (1793 – 1854)2022-09-30T16:44:28+00:00

Muhlenbein, Georg August Heinrich (1764 – 1845)

Georg August Heinrich Muhlenbein (15 October 1764 – 8 January 1845) was a German orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become one of the founders and the President of the Central Society of Homeopathic [...]

Muhlenbein, Georg August Heinrich (1764 – 1845)2022-10-04T12:57:46+00:00

Peel, Robert (1788 – 1850)

Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet (5 February 1788 – 2 July 1850) was the Conservative Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Peel helped to create the modern concept of the police force and, oversaw the [...]

Peel, Robert (1788 – 1850)2022-09-28T13:20:07+00:00

Davet, Julien Aimé de Beaurepaire de Benery (1797 – 1873)

Julien Aimé Davet de Beaurepaire de Benery MD (27 November 1797 – 1873) was an Italian homeopath who lived and practiced in France. He was a student and colleague of Samuel Hahnemann in Leipzig. Davet [...]

Davet, Julien Aimé de Beaurepaire de Benery (1797 – 1873)2022-08-07T10:48:10+00:00

Lux, Johann Joseph Wilhelm (1776 – 1849)

Johann Joseph Wilhelm Lux M.D. (6 April 1776 – 29 January 1849), was a German veterinary surgeon at the University of Leipzig who converted to homeopathy. Lux was a member of the Homoeopathischer Centralverein. Lux [...]

Lux, Johann Joseph Wilhelm (1776 – 1849)2022-10-07T10:50:16+00:00

Stapf, Johann Ernst (1788 – 1860)

Johann Ernst Stapf (9 September 1788 – 10 July 1860) was a German orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become a pupil and colleague of Samuel Hahnemann, and a member of Hahnemann’s Provers’ Union. [...]

Stapf, Johann Ernst (1788 – 1860)2022-10-04T19:51:01+00:00

Quin, Frederick Hervey Foster (1799 – 1879)

Frederick Hervey Foster Quin (MD Edin 1820) (12 February 1799 – 24 November 1879) was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become one of the very first homeopaths in Britain. In 1844 [...]

Quin, Frederick Hervey Foster (1799 – 1879)2023-01-17T04:42:05+00:00

Sturm, William (1796 – 1879)

William Sturm (1796 – 1879) was an early pioneer of homeopathy in Cincinnati, practicing in that city from 1839 to 1876. […]

Sturm, William (1796 – 1879)2023-01-27T03:01:12+00:00

Helffrich, Johannes (1795 – 1852)

Johannes Helffrich. Image credit: Northwestern Lehigh County (2006), p.124. Johannes Helffrich (Helfrich) (17 January 1795 – 8 March 1852) was a Reformed Church pastor and an early pioneer of homeopathy in America. Helffrich [...]

Helffrich, Johannes (1795 – 1852)2023-01-31T05:59:13+00:00

Freytag, John Eberhard (1764 – 1846)

John Bernard Eberhard Freytag (Freitag) M.D. (20 April 1764 – 14 March 1846) was a pioneer homeopath and pharmacist from the very early days of American homeopathy, practicing in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. In 1834 he became [...]

Freytag, John Eberhard (1764 – 1846)2023-01-31T05:56:48+00:00

Boenninghausen, Clemens Maria Franz Baron von (1785 – 1864)

Clemens Maria Franz von Bönninghausen (1785 – 1864) Clemens Maria Franz von Bönninghausen (12 March 1785 – 26 January 1864) was a German aristocrat, lawyer and agriculturalist who became a student of Samuel [...]

Boenninghausen, Clemens Maria Franz Baron von (1785 – 1864)2022-08-07T10:52:12+00:00
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