Many people in the last two hundred years have discovered the wonder of homeopathy.
There are most probably over a hundred thousand American homeopaths, millions of Indian homeopaths, hundreds of thousands of South American homeopaths, and tens of thousands of European homeopaths.
This list does not include the many hundreds of thousands of homeopaths from other countries, including Iran, the Far East, the Middle East – in fact homeopathy has spread to every country in the World – and this list does not include any of the many millions practicing homeopathy today.
This homeopathic history project is focused on the hidden history of Europe, as told by the homeopathic journals and publications which are, to some extent, only now coming to light with the advent of Google.
This list is a compilation of all the biographies done so far (and also check out Sylvain Cazalet’s fabulous site for loads more information and hundreds of homeopathic photos PHOTOTHÈQUE HOMÉOPATHIQUE) (*photo used courtesy of Homéopathe International by Sylvain Cazalet at PHOTOTHÈQUE HOMÉOPATHIQUE):
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Jules John Mabit, Jesse Dickson Mabon, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Charles Samuel Mack (1856-1930), James Eustace Radclyffe McDonagh, George MacDonald, James Ramsay MacDonald, William MacDonald, Kenneth Robert Henderson MacKenzie, Thomas Mackern, John MacKillop, Charles Hills MacKintosh, James Mackintosh, George Brinton McClellan, William McKinley, George MacLeod, Robert MacLimont, Maurice Harold Macmillan 1st Earl of Stockton, David MacNish, William MacOubrey, William Charles MacReady, D McTaggart, Edward M Madden, Henry R Madden, Richard Robert Madden, James Cornelius Madge, Edward Maitland, Louis Malaise, Henry Victor Malan, Arthur de Vere Capell Viscount Malden, Maria Malibran, Martin Wilhelm von Mandt, Edouard Manet, Horace Mann, The Marcy Surname, Alfred Markwick, The Martin Surname, Matthias Marenzeller, John Winston Spencer Churchill 7th Duke of Marlborough, Joseph Marples, James Loftus Marsden, Charles Henry Marston, The Martin Surname, The Martindale Family, Harriet Martineau, James Martineau, Karl Marx, Josiah Mason, Richard Tuthill Massy, Victor Massol, Charles James Mathews, Henri Matisse, Cesare Mattei, Frederick Francis Maude, William Somerset Maugham, Thomas Lackenby Maughan, Henri Rene Albert Guy de Maupassant, John Frederick Denison Maurice (1805-1872), Giuseppe Mauro, William W Mayerhoffer, William Henry Mayne, Herbert Mayo, Isabella Fyvie Mayo, Giuseppe Mazzini, David McConnell Reed, J H McKechnie, Emilii Karlovich Medtner, The Duchess of Melford, Arthur James Melhuish (1829-1895), Herman Melville (1819-1891), Theophile Mende, Fanny Mendelssohn, Giovanni Ettore Mengozzi, Charles Frederick Menninger, Yehudi Menuhin, George Meredith, Myra King Merrick, Edmond Mersch, Vladimir Petrovich Meshchersky, Jas Bell Metcalfe, Klemens Wenzel Prince von Metternich, Viet Meyer, Giacomo Meyerbeer, Charles Meymott, Julius Mezger, Edward Miall, Darius Milhaud, John Stuart Mill, John Everett Millais 1st Baronet (1829-1896), The Miller Surname, William Burnett Douglas Miller, Henry Valentine Miller, Robert Gibson Miller, Kenneth William Millican, Spike Milligan, John Gideon Millingen, Alan Alexander Milne, George James Henry Lees Milne (1908–1997), Gilbert Elliot Murray Kynynmound 2nd Earl of Minto, The Mitchell Surname, Mary Elizabeth Clarke Mohl, Jean Jacques Molin, Emil Molt, James More Molyneux, Prince Massaquoi Momolu (1870-1938), Richard Monckton Milnes 1st Baron Houghton, Charles Mondain,Claude Monet, The Monroe Surname, Montague Francis Ashley Montagu, Lola Montez, James Montgomery, Pierre Joseph De Moor, George Lennox Moore, James Moore, John Murray Moore, Norman Moore 1st Baronet, Thomas Moore, Thomas Morecroft, John B Morehouse, Albert Edmund Parker 3rd Earl of Morley, Augustus Henry Moreton, Augustus de Morgan, Rev. T H Morgan, William Morgan, William Vaughan Morgan, Samuel Finley Breese Morse, Louis Laurent Gabriel de Mortillet, Rosalie Slaughter Morton, Ignaz Moscheles, John Lothrop Motley, The Mott Surname, Lucretia Coffin Mott, William Francis Cowper Temple 1st Baron Mount Temple (1811-1888), Georg August Heinrich Muhlenbein, The Mueller (Muller) Surname, Charles Murchison, Benoit Jules Mure, Philippe Musard, Paul de Musset, The Myers Family,
Julia de Beausobre, Lady Namier, The Nankivell Family, Eugene Beauharnais Nash, National Council for Civil Liberties, Edwin Awdas Neatby, Antoine Nebel, Georg von Necker, Antonio Negro, Francesco Eugenio Negro, Charles Neidhard, Frederick Neild, James Beaumont Neilson, Robert Neilson, Henry Pelham Pelham Clinton 5th Duke of Newcastle under Lyme, Francis William Newman, George Newman, Tsar Nicholas I, Tsar Nicholas II, Clarina Irene Howard Nichols, Mary Sargeant Gove Nichols, Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Florence Nightingale, Julius Niklewicz, Alphonse Noack, Rodolphe Noack, Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988), Bror Julius Olsson Nordfeldt, John Edward Norton, Stephen Abbott Notcutt, Jose Nunez Pernia Marquis de Nunez,
The Oliphant Family, Olivier Emile Ollivier, William Theophilus Ord, Frances Hodgson Orme, Alfred Guillaume Gabriel d’Orsay, Felice Orsini, Proceso Sanchez Ortega, William Osler, Henry P Osman, Ouida (1839-1908), James Outram 1st Baronet (1803-1863), Robert Owen, Charles Ozanam, John Ozanne,
Johann Carl Ludwig Pabst, Niccolo Paganini, Henry William Paget Marquess of Anglesey, Charles Pahud, The Paine Surname, Henry John Temple Viscount Palmerston, G Palmieri,The Pankhurst Family, Daniel Parenteau,Theodore Parker, Bessie Rayner Parkes, Charles II Duke of Parma, John Vesey Parnell 2nd Baron Congleton, The Parsons Surname, William A Parsons, Samuel Thomas Partridge, Tomas Pablo Paschero, Charles William Pasley, Louis Pasteur, John Paterson, Coventry Kersey Dighton Patmore, Howard Henderson Patrick, Adelina Patti, John Pattison,Mark Pattison, Rene Paturiaux, The Peabody Family, Charles Thomas Pearce, Edward Hesketh Gibbons Pearson, James Martin Peebles, Robert Peel, Adrien Peladan, Algernon George Percy 6th Duke of Northumberland, Robert Vernon Heber Percy, William Perkins, Robert William Perks, Francois Perrussel, The Perry Surname, Charles Gaspard Peschier, William Matthew Flinders Petrie (1853-1942), Antoine Henri Petroz, George Pettitt, Eduard Friedrich Wilhelm Pfluger, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, The Phillips Family, Wendell Phillips, Pablo Picasso, Parker Pillsbury, John Egerton Christmas Piper, Camille Pissarro, William Alfred Pite, Isaac Pitman, Francis Place, Konstantin Petrovich Pobedonostsev, Agnes Pochin, Frank Podmore, Edgar Allan Poe, Paul Jackson Pollock, John Ponsonby 1st Viscount Ponsonby, Pope Gregory XVI, Pope John Paul II, Pope Paul VI, Pope Pius IX, Alfred Crosby Pope, Helen Beatrix Potter, Eric F W Powell, The Pratt Surname, Noel James Pratt, John Preston, William Thierry Preyer, George K Prince, Peter Proctor, Sergei Prokofiev, Noel Puddephatt, Carl Gustav Puhlmann, Joseph Hyppolyte Pulte, Thomas Eadie Purdom, William Percy Purdom, The Putnam Surname, William Laidlaw Purves (1842-1917),
Hanns Rabe, Rudolf Frederick Rabe, Arthur Rackham, Johann Gottfried Rademacher, Johann Josef Wenzel Graf Radetzky von Radetz, Malcolm Rae, John Robertson Raeside, John Hodgson Ramsbotham, Paschal Beverly Randolph, Karl Rankl, Charles Ransford, Pierre Augustus Rapou, The Rapp Surname, Gottlieb Martin Wilhelm Ludwig Rau, Joseph Maurice Ravel, Charles Reade, Hans Heinrich Reckeweg, William Cash Reed, Sophie de Senneterre Renneville, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Joseph Reubel, Johann Jacob Reuter, Henry Reynolds, Charles Gordon Lennox 5th Duke of Richmond, Marcena Sherman Ricker, Mary Davis Ridgway, David Ridpath, Mary Roberts Rinehart, Sydney Ringer, Johann Nepomuk von Ringseis, The Ripley Surname, Hans Theodor Ritter, Frederick Sleigh Roberts 1st Earl Roberts, Henry Robertson, Elizabeth Robins (1862-1952), Henry Crabb Robinson, Henry O Robinson, Raphael Roche, John Davidson Rockefeller Senior, George Rogers, Henry Robinson Montagu 6th Baron Rokeby, Francesco Romani, John Romig, Charles Marsham 3rd Earl of Romney, The Roosevelt Family, William Wilson Rorke, Storm Rosa, Ernestine Louise Siismondi Potowski Rose, Alexander Rosendorff, The Rosher Family, Frederick Ross, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Mathias Roth, James de Rothschild, George Routledge, Katherine Maria Routledge, Rowland Hill (1849-1879), The Rowntree Surname, Ker Xavier Roussel, Rustum Roy, Joan Mackover Ruben, Rocco Rubini, Edward Harris Ruddock, Ernst Ferdinand Rueckert, Friedrich Jakob Rummel, Benjamin Rush, John Ruskin, Edward John Russell, John Rutherford Russell, William Russell, Edward Ryan, John Ryan, Enriqueta Augustina Rylands,
Aurelio Saffi, Mary Jane Safford, Jerome David Salinger, Constance Marie Theis Princess de Salm Dyck, Habib Anthony Salmone (1830-1895), Marmaduke Blake Sampson, George Sand, Richard Sanders, Frederick Sandoz, The Sargent Family, Harriet Judd Sartain, Siegfried Sassoon, Eric Alfred Leslie Satie, Ernst Ferdinand Sauerbruch, Friedrich Carl von Savigny, James Gay Sawkins, The Sawyer Surname, Archibald Henry Sayce (1846-1933), Jonathan Young Scammon, Prosper Schepens, Otto von Schron, William Barclay Browne Scriven, Scudery, Dorothy Shepherd, Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller, Oswald Schlegel, George Schmid, Pierre Schmidt, Boniface Schmitz, Hermann Schlueter, Ernst H Schmeer, Heinz Schoeler, Victor Schoelcher, William W Scholefield, John Talbot 16th Earl of Shrewsbury, J A Schubert, Wilhelm Heinrich Schuessler, Hugo Paul Friedrich Schulz, Robert Alexander Schumann, Ignaz Schuppanzigh, Adolf Salis Schwabe, Willmar Schwabe, Karl Philipp Schwarzenberg, Georg August Benjamin Schweikert, Albert Schweitzer, Alexander John Scott, Cyril Meir Scott, Donald Scott, George McKenzie Scott, Walter Scott, William Bell Scott, Mary Jane Seacole, Edward Brian Seago, James Searson, Harry Gordon Selfridge, The de Selincourt Family, Jane Elizabeth Nassau Senior, Nassau William Senior, Charles Edouard Brown Sequard, Baron Louis Joseph G Seutin, Carolina Maria Seymour Severance, G Severin, Joseph Severn, William Henry Seward, William Sewell (1781–1853), Willi Sewerin, Ernest Henry Shackleton, William Sharp, Anna Howard Shaw, Archibald Richard Shaw, George Bernard Shaw, John Villiers Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Thomas Shorter, Edward Barton Shuldham, Werner Siebert, Marcus Simaika Pasha (1864-1944), Leon Francois Adolphe Simon, James Young Simpson, Thomas Simpson, Upton Sinclair, Alfred Sisley, Thomas Skinner, Fulwar Charles Skipwith, Francis Gray Smart, Samuel Smiles, The Smith Surname, Constance Babington Smith, Culling Charles Smith, Edward Smith, Edmund Smith, Rittson Southall, Thomas Southwood Smith, Edith Anna Œnone Somerville, Mary Fairfax Greig Somerville, Mogens Abraham Sommer, Charles Snewin, Muriel Spark 1918-2006, Leslie J Speight and Phyllis M Speight, Alexander Archibald Hagart Speirs, Herbert Spencer, The Spicer Family, James Speirs, Daniel Spillan, Louis Spohr, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, John Spurgin, Philip Henry Stanhope 4th Earl Stanhope, Edward Henry Stanley, James Stansfeld, William Wedgwood Benn 1st Viscount Stansgate, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, John Ernst Stapf, Karoly Fulop Starovessky, Roland Meredith Starr, William Thomas Stead, The Stearns Surname, Marie Henri Beyle, Stendhal, Ludwig Reinhold von Stegemann, Carl Steigentesch, Gertrude Stein, Walter Johannes Stein, Rudolf Steiner, Leslie Stephen, James Hawley Stephenson, Mary Young McArthur Stevenson, Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson, Sarah Ann Hackett Stevenson, Susan McKinney Steward, Thomas Fergus Stewart, Alfons Stiegele, John Pakenham Stilwell, Alice Bunker Stockham, Bram Stoker, Adrian Stokes, Lucy Stone, Thomas George Stonham, Marie Stopes, John Hudson Storer, Alicia Boole Stott, Edward Strachey, George Henry Charles Byng 3rd Earl of Strafford, James Stratton, Igor Stravinsky, Agnes Strickland, Charles Edward Strutt (1814-1897), Joseph Sturge, Gustav von Struve, Peter Stuart, William Sturm, Samuel Sugden, Joseph Marie Eugene Sue, John Suffield, Bartholomew Sulivan, George Granville William Sutherland Leveson Gower 3rd Duke of Sutherland, John Stuart Sutherland, Joseph Wilson Swan (1828-1914), Samuel Swan, Emanuel Swedenborg, Algernon Charles Swinburne, John Robert Townshend 1st Earl Sydney, John Addington Symonds, Arthur William Symons, Edmund John Millington Synge, Abraham von Szontagh,
The Taft Family, Francesco Taglianini, Rabindranath Tagore (1861–1941), Israel Tisdale Talbot, Marion Talbot, Talleyrand, David V Tansley, The Tarbell Surname, Henry Tate, The Taylor Surname, Alan John Percivale Taylor,Geoffrey Ingram Taylor,Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky,Mary Adelaide of Cambridge Duchess of Teck,Jack Temple, Allan Templeton, William Lees Templeton, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Mother Teresa, Marshall Orlando Terry, Jean Paul Tessier, William Makepeace Thackeray, Robert Masters Theobald, Max Theon, Johann Theuille, Henry Thomas, Charles Thompson, James Thomson, Hans Thomsen, Henry David Thoreau, Timotheus Samuel Thorer, Friedrich Tiedmann, Oscar D Tietze, Leo Tolstoy, Edwin D W Tomkins, Giacomo Antonio Tommasini, Laura Matilda Towne, Arnold Toynbee, Evan Frederic Morgan, Lord Tredegar, Paulina Jermyn Trevelyan (1816-1866), Carl Bernhard Trinius, Karl Friedrich Gottfried Trinks, Flora Tristan, Anthony Trollope, W H Trotman, Armand Trousseau, Charles Trueman, *George Wyatt Truscott, William Eldon Tucker, The Tuckey Family, Henry Tudor Edmunds, Wellesley Tudor Pole, E C Tuinzing, Charles Augustus Tulk, Ivan Turgenev, Charles Henry Turner Bishop of Islington, Henry Turner, Mark Twain, Edward Marjoribanks 2nd Baron Tweedmouth, Llewelyn Ralph Twentyman, Henry Whatley Tyler, John Tyler, Margaret Lucy Tyler, John Tyndall, Harold Edgar Tyrwhitt,
Gustave Adolphe Van den Berghe, Cornelius Vanderbilt II, Federal Vanderburgh, *Leon Vannier, Joshua Lambert Vardy, Johann Emanuel Veith, Tullio Suzzara Verdi, Richard and Robert Verity, Paul Marie Verlaine, Jules Verne, Augustus Henry Vernon, William Warren Vernon, Lucia Elizabeth Vestris, Carl Herman Vetterling, Queen Victoria, Carl Frantz Dominik von Villers, Sarah Sophia Villiers Countess of Jersey, Rudolf Ludwig Karl Virchow, Adolf Voegeli, Ethel Lilian Boole Voynich, Richard Rawlinson Vyvyan,
Wilhelm Richard Wagner, Philip Wynter Wagstaff, Johann Wilhelm Wahle, Goran Wahlenberg, Sarah Waldegrave, Countess of Waldegrave, Arthur de Noe Walker, Mary Edwards Walker, Alfred Russel Wallace, Richard Stephen Wallis, William Walter, Hans Wapler, Mary Augusta Ward, The Ward Surname, Genevieve Ward, Edward Charles Warde, George Edwin Waring, William Warne, Sylvia Nora Townsend Warner, Henry van Wart, Roger Waterhouse, Elliot Lovegood Grant Watson, Thomas Watson 1st Baronet (1792-1882), Alaric Alexander Watts, Philipp Anton Watzke, Sidney and Beatrice Webb, George Adolph Weber, The Webster Surname, Hensleigh Wedgwood, John Weir, Theodore Dwight Weld, Georgina Weldon, Arthur Wellesley 1st Duke of Wellington, Herbert George Wells, Thomas Spencer Wells,Charles Wenicke,The Wesselhoeft Family, Daniel Baird Wesson,Charles West,Richard Westmacott, Richard Whately Archbishop of Dublin, Charles Edwin Wheeler, William Hale White, Richard Whiteing (1840-1928), Walt Whitman, Edward Christopher Whitmont, John Greenleaf Whittier, Johann Gottlob Friedrich Wieck, The Wielobycki Brothers, George Vicesimus Wigram, Samuel Wilberforce, Gilbert Dewitt Wilcox, Edward Augustus Wild, Oscar Wilde, Percy Roberts Wilde, Alexander Wilder (1823-1908), David Wilkie, James John Garth Wilkinson, John Gardner Wilkinson, Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard, Christopher Williams (1835-1881), H R Williams, Walter Williamson, Phillip Mann Wilmot, Walter Melville Wills, David Wilson, George Wilson, Harriet E Adams Wilson, Caroline Brown Winslow, Thomas Egerton 2nd Earl of Wilton, Joseph Wippell, David William Witton, Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Erastus Bradley Wolcott, Paul Wolf, Albert Wolff, Andrew Wood, Frank Parker Wood, Neville Wood, Victoria Woodhull, Harold Fergie Woods, Frederick Luard Wollaston, Virginia Woolf, William Wordsworth, The Wright Surname, Almroth Edward Wright, Dudley d’Auvergne Wright, Frank Lloyd Wright, Martha Coffin Pelham Wright, W von Wroblewsky, Franz Wurmb, George Wyld, Edward Wynne Thomas, Harold Wynne Thomas,
Of interest (below are listed those people of whom little information can be found):
Oskar Mahir 1814 – 1895
Berkeley George Andrew Moynihan, 1st Baron Moynihan, KCB, KCMG MS (London). FRCS, 1865 – 1936 known as Sir Berkeley Moynihan 1st Baronet, from 1922 to 1929, was a noted British surgeon at Senior Assistant Surgeon at Leeds General Infirmary – is this the Lord Moynihan Peter Morell mentions?
Charles Patterson 1816? – 1900? MRCVS was a British orthodox Veterinary Surgeon who converted to homeopathy. Charles Patterson went bankrupt in 1892. Charles Patterson practiced at Wellington Road, Dewsbury,
Xavier Pawlowitsch In 1894, a directory lists three homeopathic physicians for Riga: Dr Aschkouroff, Dr Xavier Pawlowitsch and Dr Constantin Franzovitsch Schvezkovsky (Schweykovsky).
Perdrisart was a Swiss engineer, who with Rene Baudry, would create the first production machinery for homeopathic medicines in the 20th century.
W B Pickens
Pilgrim was an American Veterinary Surgeon who converted to homeopathy, and in the 1860s and 1870s was the only graduated Veterinary Surgeon in Brooklyn, where he worked at the Williamsburgh Homeopathic Veterinary Infirmary.
John Rush wrote The Handbook of Veterinary Homeopathy, The Homeopathic Veterinary Physician in 1854, and John and W Rush are mentioned in The veterinary vade mecum by R P G Lord in 1875, and they also contributed to it. Of interest: W Rush was also a homeopathic Veterinary Surgeon.
The Lung Disease of Cattle; or pleuro pneumonia cured by homeopathy, Henry Turner 1856 discussed some work done by William Haycock, who first noticed this disease in 1842, George Edward Allshorn, Charles W Luther and John Rush, who also had experience treating this disease.
Farmers had been losing thousands of cattle to this disease, Charles W Luther estimated that 6 out of every 10 cattle so affected could be cured. Peter Stuart also was using homeopathy at this time and treated up to 180 cows with this disease, saving about 130 of them. George Edward Allshorn used aconite and bryonia and estimated he had saved 17 out of every 20 cows he treated.
Constantin Franzovitsch Schvezkovsky (Schweykovsky) In 1894, a directory lists three homeopathic physicians for Riga: Dr Aschkouroff, Dr Xavier Pawlowitsch and Dr Constantin Franzovitsch Schvezkovsky (Schweykovsky). Schweykovsky was a colleague of Vasily N Dunkel, Frohwein,
Jacob Frederick Sheck 1824? – 1882? MD was an American orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, Sheck graduated in 1850 from the Homeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania, with a final year thesis on yellow fever, and he become a member of the American Institute of Homeopathy. Sheck had a special interest in Veterinary practice.
Sherwood was a physician at he Hahnemann Medical Institute and Dispensary, alongside David Dyce Brown, John Chapman, Amos Henriques, Kelly, Henry Kelsall, Arthur FitzGerald Kinnaird, 10th Lord Kinnaird, Joseph Laurie, Henry P Osman, Henry Tate,
Evelyn John Shirley 1788 – 1856 MP was British landed gentry, whose family had lived Eatington (Ettington) Park, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire, and at Lough Fea, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan (The Shirley estate, with the adjoining Bath estate, were two of the largest in the county), since the Norman conquest, who was a sponsor of the Birmingham Homeopathic Hospital, (notably £500 donated to the hospital – presumably in his will),
Jack Short ?1890 – ?1950
“Few people knew about olfaction – inhaling deeply the remedy bottle rather than placing it on the tongue. Doctors criticised it as a nonsense. William Ernest Boyd hammered that type of criticism saying it was invalid unless you had experience of the technique. Like all lay homeopaths in Glasgow at that time Short was in a group called Glasgow Homeopathy Supplies which was a shop used as a base for consultations, usually 5/- [5 shillings; 25 pence; a quarter of £1] per appointment.” [Pert, 1991]
Robert Snowdon 1809? – 1878? was a homeopathic chemist and agent for the Foochow Tea Company, 52 Robertson Street & Bohemia Road, Hastings. Robert Snowdon practiced at the Hastings Homeopathic Dispensary as secretary and dispenser alongside Robert Douglas Hale,
Henry St Clair Massiah ?1810 – ?1893 was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, to become House Surgeon to the Birmingham Homeopathic Hospital, St. Clair Massiah wrote Smallpox and its Treatment, Therapeutics of the Day,
John Riccardo Stephens 1797 – 1882 was a Cornishman, homeopathic doctor, farmer, teacher and shopkeeper, who had studied for the Methodist ministry. His daughter Julia Maria married Frederick William Holder, the 19th Premier of South Australia.
George E Stewart was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become the House Surgeon at the Edinburgh Homeopathic Dispensary. In 1852, Stewart wrote Correspondence between Professor Christison and Dr. George E Stewart on Homeopathy, Cases Treated at the Edinburgh Homeopathic Dispensary,
Samuel Stratten (?1794-?1836) (Information from Rhoda Ui Chonaire, The Homeopathic Times, Volume 15, No: 1, The Dublin Organon of 1833, (Spring 2013). Pages 3-5. Samuel Stratten MD (licence as assistant apothecary granted 1.9.1815; Licentiate 1823) was an Irish orthodox physician who practiced in Dublin. He was born in Armagh, and then apothecary to the Meath Hospital by 1820-23. Stratten entered private practice in 1825, temporary physician at the Cork Street Fever Hospital in 1831, and in 1832-?1835, he is listed as Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy at the Apothecaries Hall in Dublin. In 1837, he is listed as a Licentiate in Physic at the College of Physicians at 19 William Street (today’s South William Street), though this is the last entry, so did he die, emigrate or retire afterwards? The first English translation of Samuel Hahnemann‘s Organon was put together by Charles H Devrient and edited by Samuel Stratten in Dublin in 1833. Samuel Stratten explained in the preface that he was first acquainted with homeopathy in 1828, when he met a Russian physician. An ‘… accidental interview with a Russian physician in 1828…’ This Russian physician must have been using a French or German version of the Organon, as the Russian version did not appear until 1835, (the French version was printed in 1824, though three German versions printed in 1810, 1819 and 1824 were also available). Stratten immediately procurred Samuel Hahnemann‘s Materia Medica Pura. He met Charles H Devrient, whose perfect ability in German and English translation led to the first English translation of the Organon. (The Freemans Journal 1763-1924; Date: Nov 22, 1836; Section: None; Page: 2, mentions a reference to the auction of Stratten’s books and lists titles of various books and describes him as the ‘… late Dr Samuel Stratten… ‘ in November 1836). Charles H Devrient (?-?) according to Thomas Lindsley Bradford, Devrient was a lawyer in Dublin.
Christopher Strigler was a Danish orthodox Veterinary Surgeon who converted to homeopathy, and practiced in Copenhagen. Strigler attended the International Homeopathic Congress in Paris in 1889, and he revised and translated Most Important Homeopathic Medicines in treating the most common diseases of domestic animals in 1875,
Henry James Surmon (Surman) MRCVS, revised and edited The Text Book of Veterinary Homeopathic Practice by Harry Gooday in 1872,
J A F Theodor Trager ? 1845 was originally from Prussia, was active in Austria. He worked in the Prussian miliary studs for years as a homoeopathic veterinary surgeon, but then turned to Austria. He was offered the post of the chief veterinary surgeon over the whole Emperor’s military studs, which however was blocked by the Vienna Veterinary Faculty. Trager wrote Der Brustkasten der Mutterstuten, Die Jugendkrankheiten der gesammten Haus-Saeugethiere, Die Füllenkrankheiten: ein Handbuch für Thierärzte und größere Züchter, Of interest: B A Trager was a ?German homeopath and hydrotherapist in 1847,
Alexander Zelenkov 1850-1914 MD was a Russian orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. Additional pressure on allopaths was caused by the conversion to homeopathy of the surgeon Dr. Alexander Zelenkov (1850-1914), former Secretary of the Russian Pirogov Surgical Society, and a consultant in the Great Duchess Elena Pavlovna? hospital…