French History

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Hahnemann, Mélanie (1800 – 1878)

Marie Mélanie d’Hervilly Gohier Hahnemann (2 February 1800 – 27 May 1878) was a French homeopathic physician and the first qualified medical woman in the world. In January 1835 Mélanie married Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, the [...]

Hahnemann, Mélanie (1800 – 1878)2022-09-05T14:43:42+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

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

Jahr, Georg Heinrich Gottlieb (1800 – 1875)

Georg Heinrich Gottlieb Jahr (30 January 1800 – 11 July 1875) was a German lay homeopath who was very close to Samuel Hahnemann. Jahr was a prolific writer and staunch advocate of homeopathy who was [...]

Jahr, Georg Heinrich Gottlieb (1800 – 1875)2022-08-07T10:50:27+00:00