Theophile Mende 1853 – 1921

SwitzerlandTheophile Mende 1853 – 1921 was a Swiss orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, to become President of the 8th International Council of Homeopathy in London in 1911, the President of the International Council of Homeopathy in 1912, the Chairman of the 2nd Belgian Congress of Homeopathy in August 1913,

Theophile Mende was the homeopathic practitioner of Elsie Porter Mende.

Theophile Mende obtained his medical degree at Zurich, but he studied medicine in Vienna, Munich, Halle, Buda Pesth, Wurzburg, and Heidelberg.

Theophile Mende was a colleague of Samuel Van den Berghe, M Fremont Kranz Busch, Jules Gallavardin, Petrie Nicholas Grouleff, Antoine Nebel, Emil Schlegel, Pierre Schmidt, E C Tuinzing,

Theophile Mende practiced in Zurich

Theophile Mende’s Obituary is in The Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy.

Theophile Mende submitted cases and articles to various homeopathic publications.

Of interest:

Elsie Porter Mende, daughter of Horace Porter, was a patient of Theophile Mende, and she married Edwin Mende, son of Theophile Mende, in Paris, and their son Horace Porter Mende resided in Switzerland.

Ernst Mende (Ernest), son of Theophile Mende, was also a homeopath in Zurich, who was also President of the International Council of Homeopathy, and a colleague of Ethelbert Petrie Hoyle, and he reported on homeopathy in Swtizerland for the British Homeopathic Review.

Paul Julius Mende 1809 – 1878 was also a homeopath in Zurich.

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