Bauer, William J. (1821 – 1886 )

William J. Bauer (1821 - 6 November 1886 ) was of Quaker parentage and since 1850 had practiced as an homeopath in  New York City. William J Bauer of New York city, was born in [...]

Bauer, William J. (1821 – 1886 )2022-12-29T02:25:38+00:00

Dake, Jabez Philander (1827 – 1894)

Jabez Philander Dake M.D. Image credit: "Dr. J. P. Dake - A Memoir," by R. A. Halley, in The American Historical Magazine, Vol. 8 No. 4 (Oct 1903). Jabez Philander Dake M. D. [...]

Dake, Jabez Philander (1827 – 1894)2022-12-30T20:03:33+00:00

Pattison, John (1818 – 1876)

John Pattison MD FRMSL (21 April 1818 – January 1876) was a British orthodox physician and cancer specialist, affiliated with New York University, who converted to homeopathy, John Pattison had over thirteen years and 4000 [...]

Pattison, John (1818 – 1876)2022-11-18T02:03:27+00:00

Haehl, Richard M. (1873 – 1932)

Richard Haehl MD (15 December 1873 – 7 February 1932), a German orthodox physician from Stuttgart and Kirchheim who converted to homeopathy, traveled to America to study homeopathy at the Hahnemann College of Philadelphia. He [...]

Haehl, Richard M. (1873 – 1932)2022-08-07T10:45:49+00:00

Storer, John Hudson (1861 – 1933)

John Hudson Storer (5 December 1861 – 9 May 1933) was a homeopathic ENT Physician and Professor of Ophthalmology, Otology, Laryngology and Rhinology, and Dean of The Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago. In 1899 he [...]

Storer, John Hudson (1861 – 1933)2023-01-31T05:58:12+00:00

Heurtley, Richard Walter (1816 – 1891)

Richard Walter(s) Heurtley M.D. (7 April 1816 – 30 March 1891) was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy and was a patron of the British Homeopathic Society alongside John Epps, Marmaduke Blake Sampson [...]

Heurtley, Richard Walter (1816 – 1891)2023-01-21T05:37:08+00:00

Bauer, Adolphus (1806 – 1867)

Adolphus Bauer M.D. (March 1806 - 13 October 1867) Adolphus Bauer was born and educated in Germany. He became a citizen of Cincinnati about 1848. He soon acquired a large practice among the best citizens, [...]

Bauer, Adolphus (1806 – 1867)2023-01-31T05:58:47+00:00

Neidhard, Charles (1809 – 1895)

Charles Neidhard (1809 – 1895). Image credit: Egbert Cleave, Cleave’s Biographical Cyclopaedia of Homoeopathic Physicians and Surgeons. (Philadelphia: Galaxy Publishing Company, 1873) p. 58 Charles Neidhard M.D. (1809 – 17 April 1895) was [...]

Neidhard, Charles (1809 – 1895)2022-12-28T06:38:46+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

Pulte, Joseph Hyppolyte (1811 – 1884)

Joseph Hyppolyte Pulte M.D. (6 October 1811 – 24 February 1884) was one of the first pioneers of homeopathy in America and remains a widely influential homeopath today. Joseph Hyppolyte Pulte was a colleague of [...]

Pulte, Joseph Hyppolyte (1811 – 1884)2023-01-31T05:59:40+00:00

Hempel, Charles Julius (1811 – 1879)

Charles Julius Hempel M.D. (5 September 1811 – 24 September 1879) was a major translator of homeopathic books into the English language, and Chair of Materia Medica and Therapeutics in the Homœopathic Medical College of [...]

Hempel, Charles Julius (1811 – 1879)2022-09-05T09:51:44+00:00

Lippe, Adolph (1812 – 1888)

Adolph Graf zur Lippe Biesterfeld Weissenfeld M.D. (11 May 1812 – 23 January 1888) was a singular homeopath and one of the first graduates of homeopathy in America. Lippe taught alongside Constantine Hering at the [...]

Lippe, Adolph (1812 – 1888)2023-01-31T06:00:11+00:00

Romig, John (1804 – 1885)

The North American Academy of the Homeopathic Healing Arts, aka the Allentown Academy. Founded in 1835, the Allentown Academy was the first homeopathic medical school in the world. Image credit: Drexel Medical Archives [...]

Romig, John (1804 – 1885)2023-01-31T06:00:35+00:00

Allen, Henry Chileab (1836 – 1909)

Henry Chileab Allen M. D. (2 October 1836 – 22 January 1909) was Professor of Diseases of the Skin and Miasmatics and founder of the Hering Medical College, City Physician at the Baptist Hospital and [...]

Allen, Henry Chileab (1836 – 1909)2022-08-05T09:34:44+00:00

Hering, Constantine (1800 – 1880)

Constantine J. Hering (1 January 1800 – 23 July 1880) was the ‘father of American Homeopathy’, known for his “Law of Cure” which remains a guiding principle for modern homeopathy. Hering originally set out to [...]

Hering, Constantine (1800 – 1880)2023-01-31T06:01:05+00:00

Swan, Samuel (1814 – 1893)

Samuel Swan M.D. (4 July 1814 – 17 October 1893) was an American musician who, after being introduced to homeopathy, subsequently changed careers to become a noted homeopathic medical doctor. Swan was responsible for proving [...]

Swan, Samuel (1814 – 1893)2022-08-29T19:06:44+00:00

Wild, Edward Augustus (1825 – 1891)

Brigadier General (Dr.) Edward Augustus Wild (1825 – 1891) was the son of homeopath Dr. Charles Wild (1795 – 1864). Edward Wild studied at Harvard College and at Jefferson Medical College and joined the Massachusetts [...]

Wild, Edward Augustus (1825 – 1891)2022-08-07T10:51:55+00:00

Bayard, Edward (1806 – 1889)

Edward Bayard M.D. Image credit: National Library of Medicine Edward Bayard M.D. (5 March 1806 – 28 September 1889) was a lawyer for eighteen years, who converted to become a homeopath, and continued [...]

Bayard, Edward (1806 – 1889)2022-12-31T02:04:45+00:00

Angell, Henry Clay (1829 – 1911)

Henry Clay Angell MD (27 January 1829 – 28 May 1911) was a noted Boston ophthalmologist. Angell graduated from the Homeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1852, briefly setting up in practice with German homeopathic [...]

Angell, Henry Clay (1829 – 1911)2022-08-05T09:35:53+00:00

Gage, Matilda Electa Joslyn (1826 – 1898)

Matilda Electa Joslyn Gage (24 March 1826 – 18 March 1898) ‘… was a suffragist, a Native American activist, an abolitionist, a freethinker, and a prolific author, who was “born with a hatred of oppression” Gage’s [...]

Gage, Matilda Electa Joslyn (1826 – 1898)2022-08-04T10:48:42+00:00

Anthony, Susan Brownell (1820 – 1906)

Susan Brownell Anthony (15 February 1820 – 13 March 1906) was a prominent supporter of homeopathy, forming the National Women Suffrage Association and supporting abolitionism and she spoke out forcefully on behalf of homeopathy all [...]

Anthony, Susan Brownell (1820 – 1906)2022-08-05T09:36:34+00:00

Helmuth, William Tod (1833 – 1902)

William Tod Helmuth MD (30 October 1833 – 15 May 1902) was professor of surgery, dean of the faculty and a trustee of the New York Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital. Helmuth wrote one of [...]

Helmuth, William Tod (1833 – 1902)2022-08-07T10:52:35+00:00

Garfield, James A. (1831 – 1881)

James A Garfield (1831 – 1881), twentieth President of the United States, was surrounded by support from homeopaths and he was an advocate of homeopathy all his life. Garfield’s first cousin Silas A. Boynton was [...]

Garfield, James A. (1831 – 1881)2022-08-07T10:53:05+00:00

Fuller, Solomon Carter (1872 – 1953)

Solomon Carter Fuller, M.D. (1 August 1872 – 16 January 1953) was a Liberian neurologist, psychiatrist and professor who was educated at the Homeopathic Boston University Medical College. Fuller spent much of his career working [...]

Fuller, Solomon Carter (1872 – 1953)2022-08-07T10:53:14+00:00

Steward, Susan McKinney (1847 – 1918)

Susan Maria McKinney Steward M.D. (March 1847 – March 17, 1918) was the first African American woman physician in New York state and only the third in the country, qualifying just seven years after the [...]

Steward, Susan McKinney (1847 – 1918)2022-10-10T15:16:57+00:00

Menninger, Charles Frederick (1862 – 1953)

Charles Frederick Menninger MD (1862 – 1953) founded the Menninger Clinic in Texas. Menninger originally trained as a homeopath and in 1889 graduated from the Hahnemann Medical College in Chicago. After receiving a second MD [...]

Menninger, Charles Frederick (1862 – 1953)2022-08-07T10:53:42+00:00
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