Watson was a friend of Owen Barfield, Joseph Conrad, Havelock Ellis, and Carl Gustav Jung. Continue reading Elliot Lovegood Grant Watson 1885 – 1970
Goulds Pharmacy was established in London, though the date it was established is uncertain. This could have been as early as 1849, but our first confirmed mention of this business was in 1861. Goulds became a homeopathic Chemist by Appointment to the London Homeopathic Hospital.
George Percy Grainger 1882 – 1961 was an Australian born composer, pianist and champion of the saxophone and the concert band, who worked under the stage name of Percy Aldridge Grainger.
Percy Grainger was an advocate of homeopathy, and a strict vegetarian, and he was a keen runner and had a fanatical fitness regime.
Grainger often wore no hat and no coat:
Grainger was a friend of Frederick Albert Theodore Delius and Cyril Meir Scott. Continue reading George Percy Grainger 1882 – 1961
Mathias Roth1818 – 1891 MD Pavia 1839 was a Hungarian refugee who converted to homeopathy in Hungary. He was an Orthopaedic Surgeon and a homeopath who practiced at 16a Cavendish Street and in Wimpole Street and Brighton.
Mathias Roth was a colleague of James John Garth Wilkinson ‘… I knew Dr. Roth the elder, a Hungarian disciple of Ling’s Swedish Kinetic treatments. His son married a daughter of John Bright MP, [John Bright (1811-1889)] who was a patient of mine…’ (Swedenborg Archive K125  Letter dated 8.10.1896 from Garth Wilkinson to John Marten).
Charles Edwin Wheeler 1868 – 1946 was born in Australia, an orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, and who was editor of The Homeopathic World 1910-1917 and the President of Liga Medicorum Homeopathica Internationalis in 1936. Wheeler was a member of the influential Cooper Club (http://www.homeoint.org/morrell/british/late19.htm) which met between 1888-1900.
Charles Edwin Wheeler was the homeopath of A J P Taylor,
Wheeler was a colleague of Edward Bach, James Compton Burnett, John Henry Clarke, Robert Thomas Cooper, John James Drysdale, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, Washington Epps, John Paterson, Percival George Quinton, Thomas Skinner, and many others.