Henry Dixon 1800 – 1879? was a British Banker and auditor who worked at the Bank of England who was an advocate of homeopathy, and an auditor of the Mangement Committee of the Manchester Homeopathic Hospital, and a member of the Association for the Protection of Homeopathic Students and Practitioners.
In 1851, a public meeting was held in Manchester, where William Armitage, Henry Dixon, Richard Durnford, William Philip Harrison, Walter R Johnson, George Stevenson Knowles, Alfred Crosby Pope, William W Scholefield, Charles Caulfield Tuckey, Arthur de Noe Walker and many others, decided that homeopathy required the protection of a Royal Charter or a Legal Enactment to protect it from their enemies, and they proposed that a Branch of the General Association for the Protection of Homeopathic Students and Practitioners be immediately set in motion, noting that in London an Association for the Protection of Homeopathic Students and Practitioners was already up and functioning.
A Dixon was a homeopath practicing the Birmingham Homeopathic Hospital in 1868.
Henry Dixon 1772 – 1849 was a customs officer on the Tyne.
Jacob Dixon 1818? – 1890 LRCP, MD 1827 was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become a member of the British Homeopathic Society, and a Medical Officer at the London Homeopathic Hospital.
James Brown Dixon MD MRA, was a homeopath in London, and a Physician at the East London Homeopathic Dispensary and Dental Surgery in 1873.
Thomas Henry Dixon, the ?son of Henry Dixon, was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Cheshire Bank Dixon and Co, which took a large number of shares in the company, was taken over by by Parr’s Banking Company in 1879,