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 I 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)
Homeopathy A – L
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Library holds the unique manuscript of the sixth edition of Samuel Hahnemann’s Organon der Heilkunst,the primary text of homeopathy + UCSF The Regents of the University of California Homeopathy Collection
James Hamilton 1st Duke of Abercorn, Henry Austin Bruce 1st Baron Aberdare 1815 – 1895, Albert Abrams, Ferdinand Richard Edward Dalberg Acton 7th Baronet, Edward Acworth, Karl Jakob Adam, Evangeline Smith Adams, Muriel Francis Adams, Thomas Adams, Jane Addams, Queen Adelaide, Count Nikolay Vladimirovich Adlerberg, *Carl Julius Aegidi, Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz, Mojola Agbebi (1860–1917), Edwin Hardy Amies, John Bertram Leslie Ainsworth, George Thomas Keppel 6th Earl of Albemarle, William Coutts Keppel Viscount Bury 7th Earl of Albemarle, Prince Albert, The Alcott Family, The Aldrich Surname, Tsar Alexander I, Tsar Alexander II, Tsar Alexander III, Alexandra of Denmark, Henry Clay Allen, *Timothy Field Allen, William Allen, *Rene Felix Eugene Allendy, William Allingham, George Edward Allshorn, Elias Altschul, Ernst Louis Ambrecht, Wilhelm Ameke, William Pitt Amherst 2nd Earl Amherst, The Anderson Surname, Hans Christian Andersen, John Anderson, John Richardson Andrews, Purnell W Andrews, Edward Pollock Anshutz, Susan Brownell Anthony, Guillaume Apollinaire, Thomas Gold Appleton, Dome Argenti, John George Edward Henry Douglas Sutherland Campbell 9th Duke of Argyll, William Armitage, Victor Arnaud, Rudolf Arndt, Richard Anthony Sayer Arnell, Bettina von Arnim, Matthew Arnold, Chester A Arthur, John Ashburner, William Henry Ashurst, Lawrence Thomas Ashwell, Herbert Henry Asquith, George Atkin, Joseph Attomyr, Thomas Attwood, Moses G Atwood, Ernest Augustus I, Georges Auric, Emperor Francis I of Austria, James Smith Ayerst, William Alexander Ayton,
Charles Babbage, *Edward Bach, Grand Duchess of Baden, Gustav Ludvig Baden, Hamilton Bailey, Alexander Bain, Robert Nisbet Bain (1854–1909), Sara Josephine Baker, James Lindsay 7th Earl of Balcarres and 24th Earl of Crawford, Stanley Baldwin, Thomas Graham Balfour, Honore de Balzac, Henry Banister, Henry Campbell Bannerman,Charles Byron Bannister, Owen Barfield, Harley Granville Barker, James Ellis Barker, John William Hobart Barlee, John Barnett, James Barr, The Bartlett Surname, Clara Barton, Nathaniel Barton, Vladimir Basargin, Ernst Bastanier, Henry Bateman 1806-1880, Edward Bates, Charles Pierre Baudelaire, Charles Baudemprez, *Rene Baudry, The Bauer Surname, *Jacques Baur, Alfred Ridley Bax, Edward Bayard, William Bayes, Richard Beamish, Aubrey Vincent Beardsley, Henry Charles FitzRoy Somerset 8th Duke of Beaufort, Alfons Beck, Lydia Ernestine Becker, Rudolf Zacharias Becker, Samuel Barclay Beckett, The Beckwith Family, Francis Russell 7th Duke of Bedford, The Beecher Family, Thomas Vernon Bell, Ludwig van Beethoven, Ardeshir Kavasji Boman Behram, Emil Adolf von Behring, Otto John Beit, Henry Belcher, Joseph Bell, Francis Bellamy, John Bellamy (1755-1842), Georges de Bellio, Guiseppe Belluomini, Charles Edwin Benham (1860-1929), Alva Benjamin, Arnold Bennett, John Godolphin Bennett, Jeremy Bentham, William Thomas Berger (1815-1899), Louis Hector Berlioz, Bernay, Sarah Bernhardt, Mauritius Fortier Bernoville, Edward William Berridge, John Parton Berry, Juan Bertran, Annie Wood Besant, Vicomte Auguste Arthur Beugnot, Aneurin Bevan, Ernest Bevin, Mary Ann Bickerdyke, August Karl Gustav Bier, Hamilton Fisk Biggar, Christian Albert Theodor Billroth, Isabella M Bittinger, Charles D Black, Francis Black, John Stuart Blackie, Marjorie Grace Blackie, The Blackley Family, The Blackwood Surname, James Dore Blake, Lillie Devereux Blake, Mary Jane Safford Blake, William Blake, Marguerite Power Farmer Gardiner Countess of Blessington, A E Blest, Rev. Edward Vesey Bligh, Odelia Blinn, Edward Charles Blount, Emilie Paravicini Blumer, John Wilton Frankland Blundell, Edward Wilmott Blydon (1832-1912), John Blyth, Jules Bocco, Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon, Francis Henry Bodman, Clemens Maria Franz Baron von Boenninghausen, William Boericke, Henri Boiron (1906-1994) and Jean Boiron (1906-1996), Carl Bojanus, The Bonaparte Family, William Le Roy Bonnell, Count Henri de Bonneval, John Boodle, George Boole, Lucy Everest Boole, Mary Everest Boole, Joel Thompson Boone, Catherine and William Booth, Edwin Thomas Booth, John Gutzon de la Mothe Borglum (1867-1941), Douglas Morris Borland, Robert Bosch, Dionysius Lardner Boucicault, Rutland Boughton, Adrian Cedric Boult, The Boyd Family, Thomas Lindsley Bradford, Charles Bradlaugh (1833-1891), The Bradley Surname, Patrick A Brady, Johannes Brahms, The Brant Surname, Anton Georg Braunhofer, Frederika Bremer, Franz Clemens Honoratus Hermann Brentano, John Le Gay Brereton 1827 – 1886, The Brigham Surname, Jacob Bright, John Bright, Edward Benjamin Britten 1st Baron Britten, Emma Hardinge Britten, Allan Broman, The Bronte Sisters, Samuel Brooking, Walter R Brooks, Henry Peter Brougham 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux, Luke D Broughton, Francois Joseph Victor Broussais, The Brown Surname, James Clifton Brown, David Dyce Brown, Gerard Baldwin Brown (1849-1932), James Baldwin Brown (1820-1884), William A F Browne, Robert Browning, Elizabeth M Bruce (1830-1911), Ralph Buchan, Theophilus Bruckner Burckhardt, Samuel von Brukenthal, Carl Ernst Brutzer, William Cullen Bryant, Joseph Benedikt Buchner, Henry Buck, William Budd, Edwin Bullock, Michael von Bulmerincq, Christian Karl Josias Bunsen, Francis Burdett, George Henry Burford, William Alleyne Cecil Lord Burghley 3rd Marquess of Exeter, Thomas Henry Burgoyne, The Burnett Surname, James Compton Burnett, John Burroughs, M Fremont Kranz Busch, George Henry Bute, The Butler Surname, E A Butler, Josephine Elizabeth Butler, Samuel Butler, John Moorhead Byres Moir, Lord Byron,
Jules Adolphe Edouard Tallien of Cabarrus, John Cadbury, George Cadogan 3rd Earl Cadogan, Harriet Emilie Cady, James Key Caird 1st Baronet, Mona Caird, Robert Henryson Caird, Cajaro, Baroness E C de Calabrella, Wathen Mark Wilks Call, Augusta Duchess of Cambridge, *Hugh Cameron, Abbe Campbell, Alice Boole Campbell, Isabel Mackay Campbell, Charlotte, Countess Canning, Edmund Capper, George Mann Carfrae, Samuel Basil Carlingford, Thomas Carlyle, Clement Carlyon, The Carmichael Surname, Andrew Carnegie, William Benjamin Carpenter,Lewis Carroll, Richard Carscadden, Francois Cartier, Barbara Cartland, Paul Joseph Edmond Carton, Alfred Midgley Cash, Carl Gottlob Caspari, Neal Leon Cassady, Carrie Chapman Catt, Hugh Frederick Vaughan Campbell 4th Earl Cawdor, John Mcleod Campbell, Robert Cartwright, Juan Norberto Casanova, John Paul Cavenagh, Edgar Cayce, Settimio Centamori, Paul Cezanne, Edwin Chadwick 1800 –1890, James Chalmers, Alfred Edward Chalon, Arthur Neville Chamberlain, Joseph Chamberlain, Robert Chambers, Robert Lucas Chance, Victor Chancerel, The Channing Family, John Chapman, Jean Martin Charcot, *Alexandre Charge, Charles William Bury 2nd Earl of Charleville, Francis Richard Charteris 10th Earl of Wemyss Lord Elcho, The Chase Surname, Sarah Blakesley Chase, Francois Rene Vicomte de Chateaubriand, Anton Chekhov, Edna Dow Cheney, Edward Charles Chepmell, George Stanhope 6th Earl of Chesterfield, Sir Coles Child, 1st Baronet (1862–1929), George Cheverton, George Horatio Cholmondeley 2nd Marquess of Cholmondeley, Frederic Chopin, Agatha Christie, John Spriggs Morss Churchill, Count Eduard Clam Gallas, Otis Clapp, Andrew Clark 1st Baronet, Nancy Talbot Clark, Victor Cecil Froggatt Clark 1908-2006, Charles Mansfield Clarke 1st Baronet, James Clark, John Henry Clarke, Grover Cleveland, Harriet Clisby, Arthur Crowden Clifton, Howard Roy Chislett, John Clare, Augustus Clissold, Arthur Hugh Clough, William Clowes Pritchard, The Cobb Surname, Frances Power Cobbe, Richard Cobden, George Blair Cochran, Thomas Cochrane (1820-?), Samuel Cockburn, Georgiana Codrington, William Menzies Coldstream, Rebecca Cole, Sarah A Cole, Samuel TaylorColeridge, Denys Collet, Wilkie Collins, Andrew Combe, George Combe, Anna Manning Comfort, John Conolly, Prince Arthur of Connaught, Ephraim Connor, John Tricker Conquest, Joseph Conrad, Margarete Conway and Moncure Daniel Conway, Robert Victor Cooke, Charles Horton Cooley, Calvin Coolidge, Co-operative Movement and Homeopathy, Darnell Cooper, Robert Thomas Cooper, The Copeland Surname, Edward W Cotter, Arthur Thomas Cotton, Harris Livermore Coulter, Norman Cousins, Samuel Courtauld, Malcolm Cowley, Allen Corson Cowperthwaite, William Simpson Craig, Cramoisy, John Burgh Crampern, George Grimston Craven 3rd Earl of Craven, Keppel Richard Craven, Henry Cresswell, A Cretin, Hawley Harvey Crippen, Richard Stafford Cripps, Abbie Holmes Christensen, Edward Cronin, Eugene Cronin, William Crookes, Simon Felix Camille Croserio, Alexander Richard Croucher, Catharine Crowe, George Cruickshank, Rebecca Lee Crumpler, Charles Cullis (1833-1892), Allan Cunningham, Andrew Tocher Cunningham, Paul Francois Curie, Pierre Curie, George William Curtis, Philip Norman Cutner, Marie, Comtesse d’Agoult,
Paul Dahlke, The Dake Family, Caroline Wells Healey Dall, Eneas Sweetland Dallas, Heinrich Philipp August Damerow, *John DaMonte, Charles Anderson Dana, David d’Angers, Charles William Daniel, John Towne Danson, Charles Darwin, Erasmus Alvey Darwin, Henry William Dashwood 5th Baronet, Georg Friedrich Daumer, A J Davet, Alexandra David Neel, Peter Davidson, William Robertson Davies, Paulina Kellogg Wright Davis, John Roberson Day, A O Deacon, Frederick Myers Dearborn, Cornelia De Bey, William Debenham, Mary Deerhurst, Lady Coventry, Edgar Degas, Paul Degrais, Ferdinand Victor Eugene Delacroix, Edgard Delestinne, Frederick Albert Theodore Delius, William Hempson Denham, William Thomas Denison, Antoine Hippolyte Desterne, Henry Detwiller, Elizabeth Christiana Hervey Duchess of Devonshire, Willis Alonzo Dewey, Diana Princess of Wales, Robert S Dick, Charles Dickens, Emily Dickinson, Marlene Dietrich,Charles McKenzie Dinsmoor, Edward Cromwell Disbrowe,Thomas Thornton Macklin Dishington, Benjamin Disraeli, Vladimir von Ditman, Dorothea Dix, Abraham Dixon, Henry Dixon, Jacob Dixon, Ferdinand Dlugoborsky, Patrick Joseph Dollan, Sarah Adamson Dolley, Fritz Donner, Richard Walter Hely Hutchinson 6th Earl of Donoughmore, Mathias Dorcsi, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Alfred Bruce Douglas, Charles Cospatrick Archibald Douglas Home 13th Earl of Home, John Doveton, Arthur Conan Doyle, Domenico Carlo Maria Dragonetti, The Drake Family, C J Dring, William Drummond, William Vallancy Drury, The Drysdale Family, Frances Isabella Duberly, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, Samuel Richard Dubs, Pemberton Dudley, Robert Dufilho, Jean Barthelemy Arles Dufour, Pierre Dufresne, Jean Francois Dugniolle, Alexandre Dumas, Carroll Dunham, Vasily N Dunkel, Daniel Nicol Dunlop, George Dunn, Harris F Dunsford, Henry Duprat, George Frederick D’Arcy Lambton 2nd Earl of Durham (1828-1879), Richard Durnford, Salomon Duseny, Amaury Duval, Charles William Dymond,
Charles Lock Eastlake, Mary Baker Eddy, Alfred Duke of Edinburgh, Thomas Alva Edison, Booth Eddison, Robert Anthony Eden 1st Earl of Avon, Susan Ann Edson, Edward VII, Edward VIII, James Easton, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Ehrhardt, The Ehrmann Family, Otto Eichelberger, Francisco Xavier Eizayaga, Edward William Elgar, Thomas Bruce 7th Earl of Elgin and 11th Earl of Kincardine, George Eliot, Francis Egerton 1st Earl of Ellesmere, John Elliotson, Charles Kennedy Elliott, Alexander John Ellis, Havelock Ellis, William Charles Ellis, Victor Ellwood, Wilhelm Elwert, Ralph Waldo Emerson, George Jones Emerton, Gerard Anaclet Vincent Encausse, Gunther Enderlein, Thomas Engall, Charles W Enos, *The Epps Family, Thomas Erskine of Linlathen, Edward Esdaile, Arthur Algernon Capell 6th Earl of Essex, Prince Paul Anton III Esterhazy, William Etty, Thomas Roupell Everest, Dudley Wooton Everitt,
Estelle Faguette, Holger J Fangel, Ernest Albert Farrington, Henry Fawcett, George Fearon, Gustav Theodor Fechner, Augustus F Ferguson, William Fergusson 1st Baronet, Count Imre Emmerich Festetics, Heinrich Auguste Fielitz, Friederich Maximillian Bernhardt Fincke, Majorie Golomb Feigenbaum, Edmund Gardiner Fishbourne, Eliza Middleton Fisher, Daniel Willard Fiske (1831–1904), Gustave Flaubert, Friedrich Wilhelm Karl Fleischmann, G H Fletcher, Frederick Flint, Charles Joseph Comte de Flahaut, Rudolf Flury, Albany William Fonblanque, John Forbes, John Murray Forbes, Ford Madox Ford, Gyorgy Forgo, John Forster, Donald MacDonald Foubister, Francois Marie Charles Fourier, Lydia Folger Fowler, William Darwin Fox, William Tilbury Fox, Francis I of Naples, Franz Joseph I (1830-1916), Sigmund Freud, Adolf Albrecht Friedlander, John Eberhard Freitag, Philip Howard Frere, Robert Frith, James Anthony Froude, Margaret Fuller, Solomon Carter Fuller,
Nicholas Gabrilovich, Paul Ferdinand Gachet, Matilda Joslyn Gage, Joseph Albert Jack Pease 1st Baron Gainford, Norbert Galatzer, Jean Pierre Gallavardin, John Mason Galloway, John Galsworthy, Francis Galton, James Gambier 1st Baron Gambier, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Cecilia Helena Payne Gaposchkin, Pauline Viardot García, Robert William Gardiner, James A Garfield, Giuseppe Garibaldi, William Lloyd Garrison, Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell, Antoni Gaudi, Jules Gaudy, Paul Gauguin, Theophile Gautier, The Geiger Surname, William Gell, James P Gelston, Johann Carl Ludwig Genzke, George V, George VI, Adolph Heinrich Gerstel, Richard Butler Gibbs, James Gibbs Blake, The Gibson Surname, The Gilbert Surname, Joseph Gilioli, William Austin Gillow, Emile de Girardin, William Ewert Gladstone, Norbert Glas, Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka, Alice Duchess of Gloucester, Joseph Glover, James Goodshaw, Heinrich Goehrum, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Vincent van Gogh, The Golden Dawn, Giles Forward Goldsbrough, Victor Gollancz, John Arthur Goodchild, John Goodsir, Arthur Charles Gook, Francis Arthur Gordon, George Hamilton Gordon 4th Earl of Aberdeen, John Gosnell, Edmund William Gosse, William von Gottschalk, Goulds Pharmacy, Charles Francois Gounod, Antoine Imbert Gourbeyre de la Touche, Rev. William Gover, George Percy Grainger, Hans Burch Gram, Peter G Grant, Ulysses S Grant, Augustus Bozzi Granville, Granville Leveson Gower 1st Earl Granville, Eduard Von Grauvogl, Robert Graves, John Franklin Gray, John Henry Gray (1866-1934), John Gray 15th Lord Gray, James Pierrepont Greaves, Horace Greeley, Eva M. Bononis Green, Cordelia Agnes Greene, Michael Greene, William Rathbone Greg, The Gregg Surname, Samuel Gregory, William Gregory,Philip Wilhelm Ludwig Greisselich, Lady Charlotte Greville, Charles Grey 2nd Earl Grey, Edvard Hagerup Grieg, Josephine Sophia White Griffing, Harold Randall Griffith, The Grimke Sisters, The Grimm Brothers, Arthur Hill Grimmer, Edmund Becket Lord Grimthorpe, Ralph Barnes Grindrod, Giulia Grisi, Gustav Wilhelm Gross, Hugh Lupus Grosvenor 1st Duke of Westminster, Richard Grosvenor Earl Grosvenor 2nd Marquess of Westminster, Robert Grosvenor 1st Baron Ebury, George Grote, Petrie Nicholas Grouleff, Emile Herman Grubbe, The Guernsey Family, Charles Guest, Comte Sebastien Gaeten Salvador Maxime Des Guidi, The Guilbert Family, Arthur Guinness, Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot, George Gulliver, James Manby Gully, MartIn Gumpert, Friedrich August Gunther, Henry Edmund Gurney, Russell Gurney, Gustaf V of Sweden, William Gutman, Richard Sandon Gutteridge, William Gwillim, William Gwynn,
Haakon VII of Norway, Richard Haehl, Hans Hermann Julius Hager, Christian Heinrich Hahn, William Herbert Tankard Hahnemann, Edwin Moses Hale, Robert Douglas Hale, Spencer Timothy Hall, Joseph Halla, George Hallett, Edward Hamilton, Freemont Hamilton (1857-), William Hamilton 9th Baronet, Edward C Hamlyn, Clemens Hampe, Phoebe Ann Coffin Hanaford, Joseph Hands, Sydney Hanson, M Hanusch, Warren G Harding, Thomas Hardy, Gilbert Hare, Robert Harmer Smith, Ernst Harnisch, James Peddie Harper, George Henry Harrington, Henry Arthur Clifton Harris, William Henry Harrison, William Philip Harrison, C L Hart, Bret Harte, Carl Georg Christian Hartlaub, Frantz Hartmann, Christophe Hartung, Tobias Haslinger, Ludvig Daniel Hass, Carl Haubold, Ferenc Franz Hausmann, Alfred Edward Hawkes, Nathaniel Hawthorne, William Haycock, George Hayes, Rutherford B Hayes, Thomas Hahnemann Hayle, Arvilla B Haynes, John William Hayward, William Headland, William Randolph Hearst, Heinrich Heine, Henry John Heinz, Carl Gottlob Helbig, Johannes Helffrich, Hjalman Helledag, William Todd Helmuth, Charles Julius Hempel, Karl Hencke, William Henderson, Amos Henriques, Charles A Hepburn, Henry William Herbert, Jenny Poinsard d’Hericourt, Constantine Hering, William Hering, Christian Theodore Herrmann, John Herschel, Philip Arnold Heseltine, Julia Myra Hess, Richard Walter Heurtley, Clarence Granville Hey, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Samuel Highley, George James Hilbers, Rowland Hill, Octavia Hill, Wilbert Bartlett Hinsdale, Charles Howard Hinton, James Hinton, Bernhard Hirschel, John Hitchman, William Hitchman, Edward Hitschmann, Stephen and Rosa Hobhouse, Ernst Theodor Wilhelm Hoffmann, Franz Josef Hofrichter, Elise Felicitas Freiin of Hohenhausen, William Henry Holcombe, Mary Augusta Fox Holland, George Calvert Holland, Henry Holland 1st Baronet, George Chaplin Holroyd, George Jacob Holyoake, Arthur Honegger, John Martin Honigberger, Theodore Edward Hook, Bertha van Hoosen, Cosmo Maria De Horatiis, Thomas Jeeves Horder, James Horlicks, Christian Gottlob Hornburg, Fewster Robert Horner, Leonard Horner, Boyd Robert Horsbrugh (1871-1916), Kate and Nina Hosali, William Howitt, The Houghton Surname, Julia Ward Howe, William Dean Howells, Ethelbert Petrie Hoyle, Temple S Hoyne, Caspar Hoze, William Huber, Elizabeth Wright Hubbard, Benjamin Hudson, Christoph Wilhelm von Hufeland, The Hughes Surname, James Vaughan Hughes, Richard Hughes, Thomas Hughes, John Stephen Hughes Games, Victor Hugo, Amos Gerald Hull, Annette von Droste Hulshoff, Alexander von Humboldt, Frederick K Humphreys, Karl Abraham Hunnius, The Hunt Surname, Charles Hunt, John Sutcliffe Hurndall, Joris Karl Huysmans, The Huxley Family,
Mercy Bisbee Jackson, Helen Hunt Jackson, Stonewall Jackson, Abraham Jacobi, Mary Corinna Putnam Jacobi, Adele Solomons Jaffa (1868-1953), Apollinaris Victor Jagielski, Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr, William James, Jean Jarricot, Jacob Jeanes, Thomas Jefferson, Gertrude Jekyll, Lydia Ann Moulton Jenkins, Caspar Julius Jenichen, Arthur Jermy Mounteney Jephson (1859–1908), Mary Lady Jeune, The Jewett Family, Walter R Johnson, Henry Hamilton Johnston (1858-1927), James Johnstone, Alfred Orlando Jones, David Griffiths Jones, Hiram K Jones (1818-1903), Samuel Arthur Jones (1834-1912), Brian David Josephson, Pierre Jousset, James Joyce, Othon Andre Julian, Carl Gustav Jung,
Antoni Kaczkowski, Ludi Marylebone Kandalla, Sergei William Kadleigh, Charles Edwin Kahlke, C G Kallenbach, Charles John Kean, Harriette C Keatinge, John Keats, James Keir Hardie senior (1856-1915), The Kellogg Surname, Henry Kelsall, The Kemble Sisters, John Henry Kennaway 3rd Baronet, James Tyler Kent, James Douglas Kenyon, Justinus Kerner, C B Kerr, Wesley Harrington Ketchum (1878-1968), John Maynard Keynes 1st Baron Keynes, Joseph Kidd, William Kingdon, Anna Bonus Kingsford, Charles Kingsley (1819-1875), Johanna Kinkel (1810-1858), Arthur Fitzgerald, 10th Lord Kinnaird, Franz Xaver Kinzel, Rudyard Kipling, James Kitchen, Friedrick Arnold Klockenbring, Henry Valentine Knaggs, Sebastian Kneipp, John Peake Knight, Karl Adolph Knorre, George Stevenson Knowles, Charles Thomas Knox Shaw, Robert Koch, Karl Koenig, Eugen and Lili Kolisko, Baron Franz von Koller, C Everett Koop, David Ferdinand Koreff, Simon Nicolaievitch von Korsakoff, Lajos Kossuth, Karl Ferdinand Kuchler, Nikolai Alexandrovich Kulikovsky, Ernst Kummer, Jost Kunzli von Fimmelsberg, Gustav Kuschinsky, Boughton Kyngdon,
Mary Woodbury Lacy, George Lade, Leonard Lambreght, Friedrich Gottlieb Landesen, Walter Savage Landor, Edwin Henry Landseer, Edward Wickstead Lane, Newton John Lane, William Arbuthnot Lane 1st Baronet, Christian Freidrich Langhammer, Henry Charles Keith Petty Fitzmaurice 5th Marquess of Lansdowne, Heinrich Laube, Joseph Laurie, Thomas Lawrence, Robert Lawson Tait, Thomas Robinson Leadam, William Laidler Leaf, James Leath, Johann Taubes Ritter von Lebenswarth, George Wyndham 1st Baron Leconfield, Erich Kurt Ledermann, John Yate Lee, Robert Lee, Robert Edward Lee, Otto Leeser, Joseph Thomas Sheridan Le Fanu (1814-1873), Ernest Legouve, Rosamond Nina Lehmann, William Bird van Lennep, Leopold I Belgium, Henri Leroux, Charles Powell Leslie, Ferdinand Marie, Vicomte de Lesseps, Guillaume Guillon Lethiere, Charles James Lever, George Henry Lewes, Octavia Margaret Sophia Lewin, Diocletian Lewis, Friedrich Edmund Peithner Ritter von Lichtenfels, Peter Jacob Liedbeck, Erwin Liek, Abraham Lincoln, Jenny Lind, Coutts Lindsay 2nd Baronet Trotter of Westville, Per Henrik Ling, James William Linkhorn, Eliza Lynn Linton, I M Lipnitskiy, Adolph Lippe, George Ponsonby O’Callaghan 2nd Viscount Lismore, Joseph Lister, Robert Liston, Franz Liszt, Mary Ashton Rice Livermore, George B Lloyd, George Loch, Andrew Hart Lockie, Charles Locock 1st Baronet, Justus Ferdinand Christian Loder, Oliver Joseph Lodge, Edward Lombe, Edwin Longsden Long, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, The Longshore Family, William C Lord, Jane Webb Loudon, Samuel Lover, William Lovett, The Lowe Surname, Edward Cronin Lowe, James Russell Lowell, Charlotte Denman Lozier, Clemence Lozier, Reuben Ludlam, The Lumiere Brothers, Hans Christian Lund, Charles W Luther, Emily Lutyens, Arthur Ernst Lutze, Johan Joseph Wilhelm Lux, Charles Lyell, Adam Lyschinski, Edward Bulwer Lytton,
Of interest (below are listed those people of whom little information can be found):
Joseph Higgs Addy was a porter at a homeopathic establishment in Matlock in 1881,
Aschkouroff In 1894, a directory lists three homeopathic physicians for Riga: Dr Aschkouroff, Dr Xavier Pawlowitsch and Dr Constantin Franzovitsch Schvezkovsky (Schweykovsky).
Edmund Prior Banning (1810-1892) ‘… Born in Vernon, Ohio, USA on 3 Jun 1810 to Benjamin Banning and Laura Tanner. Edmund Prior married Lydia Humiston Peck and had 9 children. He passed away on 8 Jan 1892 in Mt Vernon, New York, USA…‘ His son Edmund Prior Banning (1845-?) was an Orthopaedic Surgeon at Hering Medical College in Chicago (Constantine Hering‘s homeopathic Hospital). (http://records.ancestry.com/Edmund_Prior_Banning_records.ashx?pid=23989810 See also Elisabeth van Schaick-Banning, The Book of Banning: a collection of biographical sketches of Bannings throughout the centuries in Europe and the USA, set in their genealogical and historical context ; includes genealogies of the Netherlands, England, and Germany, (Willow Bend Books, 2005 ). Page 359. See also http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=FB0717FE3C5E1A738DDDAE0894DE405B8584F0D3 New York Times 7.6.1885 The Banning Truss and Brace Co ‘… The business carried on by the Banning Truss and Brace Company, at 704 Broadway, was established no less than 30 years ago, for half of which period they have occupied the same premises. Their business extends not only over the whole United States, but abroad. The company are manufacturers of body braces, abdominal supporters, shoulder braces etc, a great speciality with them, and most worthily, too, being the symetrizer shoulder brace, with suspender and skirt support attachments. The Banning Trust company appliances have never been surpassed by others...’).
William R Beily – 1855
From an Australian newspaper of 1856: ‘Died 19th December 1855 at his mother’s house, Randolph Cliff, Edinburgh – William R Beily MD, lately a well known homeopathic physician in Glasgow”
Franz Rudolf Benninger 1829? – 1887? MD was a German orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. Franz Rudolf Benninger was the physician of Carl III, Duke of Parma. Benninger practiced in Graz, and in 1842, Benninger wrote Geschichtlicher Ueberblick der wichtigsten physiologischen Principien des Lebens.
Bigelius 1802? – 1872? MD was a Russian orthodox physician, Professor of Medicine in St. Petersburg, who converted to homeopathy, Bigelius was the physician of Tsar Alexander I, Grand Duke Constantine, Bigelius wrote a 3 volume treatise on homeopathy in French in 1827,
Carl Ludwig Bohm (Karoly Bohm) (Boehm) (Boehme) 1814 – 1879 was a Hungarian veterinary surgeon at the Szent Istvan University between 1814 – 1845, and Head of the Department of Anatomy at Semmelweis University between 1819 – 1823, Professor of Medicine in Pest who was interested in homeopathic veterinary therapeitics,
Carl Ludwig Bohm wrote Közhasznú hasonszenvi állatorvosi könyv (Handbook for homeopathic veterinary medicine), Kurze praktische anleitung für alle viehbesitzer, Die Haltung, Pflege und Behandlung der landwirthschaftlichen Haussäugethiere im gesunden und kranken Zustande, Vollständiges Vieharzneibuch für kleine und große Landwirthe, Repertorium der Thierheilkunde nach homöopathischen Grundsätzen, (In English – Keeping, Care of Agricultural Haussaugethiere in healthy and diseased state (1849), The Horses Homeopathic Doctor (1855), The Homeopathic Cattle Doctor (1857), The Sheep Homeopathic Doctor (1860), Repertory of Homeopathic Principles (1861), The Domestic Aminal Doctor of Homeopathic Method of Treatment (cattle) (1863), A short Practical Guide to all Cattle Owners (1873)), and he submitted cases and articles to various homeopathic publications,
Richard Bonsmann dates unknown – did research into crotalis – nothing else found
Dr. Cabrol was an orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. Cabrol was the homeopathic physician of Jacques Leroy de Saint Arnaud. In 1854, during the cholera epidemic at Varna, Surgeon General Cabro treated a great number of people with homeopathy.
Henry Christian ?1807 – ?1891 was a Solicitor and an Attorney, Auditor of Lloyds Bank and the Birmingham Banking Company, Director of the Midland Financial Company, and the Treasurer and a Trustee at the Birmingham Homeopathic Hospital,
Walter Thompson Currie 1888? – 1966? MBChB Glasgow 1914 was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, training in London. He served in Mesopotamia and India, came home in 1919. He practised in Glasgow, then Torquay and environs in homeopathy. Currie’s father was a senior partner in the law firm of Shiell & Small, and a member of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and he died in 1907.
G Diepholz was a Veterinary Surgeon in Kehdingen in 1837? He defended homeopathy, and the magazine Zooiasis, attacking the Professors of the Berlin Animal Medical School for ‘ twisted portrayals of homeopathic horse treatments’ and accusing them of “lunar blindness”,
Ludwig Ditterich 1804 – 1873
Donauer (Danube) wrote Vorschläge zur zweckmäßigen Behandlung kranker Hunde in 1815, the very first paper written about veterinary homeopathy,
Dusterberg MD was a German orthodox physician who, In 1820, conducted clinical trials into the use of belladonna in the treatment of Scarlet fever, Dusterberg’s experience using belladonna during three consecutive epidemics of scarlet fever led him to conclude that it was “as effective as vaccination”(1824). Dusterberg practiced in Warbourg. He submitted cases and articles and provings to various homeopathic publications.
Evelyn Eglington was a close friend of Dudley Wooton Everitt – still alive?
Charles Felton ?1805 – ?1879 was a British manufacturer, floricultiralist, prize winning cock breeder and pig breeder, supporter of Temperance, and a supporter of the Old Crown Public House at Der Yat End (Deritend), a sponsor of missionaries, and a member of the Management Committee of the Birmingham Homeopathic Hospital,
Harry Gooday MRCVS was a British orthodox Veterinay Surgeon who converted to homeopathy, and he wrote The Text Book of Veterinary Homeopathic Practice in 1863. On 24.7.1901, Harry Gooday aged 37 of Belchamp St Pauls was summoned for being asleep and not having control over three horses at Birdbrook and fined 5s.and 12s costs.
Daniel Gossett 1793 – 1860, MD, was a British philosopher who was a trusted friend of homeopathy. Gossett was a Magistrate in Leicester, Member of Leicester Town Council, Trustee of Chirch Charities, Gossett wrote to The Lancet in 1848 to complain that his name was not correctly included on the Medical lists, and the Lancet replied that they could not determine who he was, and reprimanded him to tolerating an incorrect entry for 3 years! Gossett practiced in Leicester and died in Brighton, Gossett’s Obituary is in the British Homeopathic Review Volume 4 in 1860, Of interest: Montague Gossett, brother of Daniel Gossett, was an orthodox surgeon in London,
Adolf Grondal 1841 – 1912 was a Swedish orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. The first association of homeopaths was the Hahnemannföreningen which had been founded in Gothenburg in 1909 in order to offer free homeopathic treatment for the poor and to start a homeopathic hospital. Three years later the homeopathic doctors in the country joined forces as Svenska Homeopatiska Läkareföreningen. This was initiated by Hjalman Helledag and Dr Adolf Gröndal (1841 – 1912) from Stockholm.
T Harness wrote The abundance diseases: a handbook for veterinary surgeons and larger growers in 1839,
Ellen Hilsdorf correspondence is held in the Melchior Lechter Papers 1879-1937 archive: Ellen Hilsdorf, 9 letters and 4 postcards (1916-1921); Jacob Hilsdorf, photographer, 13 letters and 4 postcards (1903-1917); Theodor Hilsdorf, photographer, 6 letters, some including Ellen’s writing, enclosure for announcement of homeopathic physician and a 5 page enclosure in the letter of 11/30/33 with no signature (1928-1937).
Edmund Lord Hudson ?1823 – ?1891 MRCS England 1850, was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become a Surgeon at the Liverpool Homeopathic Dispensary, member of the Liverpool Medico Chirurgical Society, Edmund Lord Hudson practiced at 82 Bedford Street, Liverpool, and 10 Bedford Street, Livrpool,
W F James ?1806 – ?1887 was a British Auditor, member of the Committee at the Spring Hill College in Birmingham, Secretary of the The Bible Christian magazine, and a member of the Management Committee of the Birmingham Homeopathic Hospital, W F James wrote Seven years’ pioneer mission work in Cardiff,
Christian Heinrich Jani 1762 – 1831MD, was a German orthodox physician who experimented with belladonna in his cases of scarlet fever. Christian Heinrich Jani was a friend of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Christian Heinrich Jani practiced in Gera. On 18th January 1827, Christian Heinrich Jani and Dr. Thamerus lead the smallpox vaccination in Gera. Christian Heinrich Jani wrote Ordinis Medici in Vniversitate Litteraria Ienensi h.t. Decanvs Christianvs … ,
Jawlowski, a ?Polish orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy and practised in Kaunas in Lithuania, and he is mentioned in Bernhard Hirschel’s Zeitschrift für homöopathische Klinik, Volumes 23-25 in 1874. Of interest: Jerome Jawlowski 1887 – 1977 Polish zoologist, and after graduating (1908) middle school, he studied in his native Kaunas (to 1914) on the faculty of mathematics and physics at the University Persburskiego.
Kuschelewsky was an aristocratic lay healer who practised in Kaunas in Lithuania around 1880, and he is mentioned in Bernhard Hirschel’s Zeitschrift für homöopathische Klinik, Volumes 23-25 in 1874.
Landersmann was a colleague of was a colleague of Archhorn, Joseph Attomyr, Friedrich Wilhelm Karl Fleischmann, Frohlich, Gaspar, Adolph Heinrich Gerstel, Clemens Hampe, Low, Matthias Marenzeller, Clotar Moriz Mueller, Schaflin, George Schmid, A Schmidt, Schwarz, Tedesko, Viet, Walter, Philipp Anton Watzke, Franz Wurmb, Wurstl, and many others.
Sander Larsen was a homeopathic Veterinary Surgeon who practiced in Hornsyld in Jutland in 1887,