Charles Gaspard Peschier 1782 – 1853

Charles Gaspard Peschier 1782 – 1853 MD was a French orthodox physician and Regimental Surgeon of the Carabiniers of Aubonne, who converted to homeopathy, to become one of the earliest homeopaths in France, Editor of the Bibliotheque Homeopathique de Geneva alongside Pierre Dufresne and Comte Sebastien Gaeten Salvador Maxime Des Guidi, Secretary of the Gallic Homeopathic Society, President of the Medical Society of Geneva, member of the Medical Society of Zurich, Berne and Vaud, and correspondent for the Society of Rio de Janeiro, member of the Royal Society of Science and of the Arts in Nancy, of the Academy of Science, the Arts and des Lettres in Dijon, of the Society of the Sciences and of Arts in Macon, of the Archeological Society in Athens. of the Central Society of Homeopathic Physicians, of the Homeopathic Society in Liege, member of the Medical Homeopathic College in Pennsylvania, of the Homeopathic Society in Turin,

Peschier was a student of Samuel Hahnemann, and he was a colleague of Simon Felix Camille Croserio, Desaix, Gayrard, Comte Sebastien Gaeten Salvador Maxime Des Guidi, Pierre Dufresne, Pierre Augustus Rapou,

Peschier also knew Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot, who gave permission for Samuel Hahnemann to practice in Paris,

Peschier practiced in Geneva. Continue reading Charles Gaspard Peschier 1782 – 1853

Francois Rene Vicomte de Chateaubriand 1768 – 1848

Francois Rene Vicomte de Chateaubriand 1768 – 1848 was a French writer, politician and diplomat. He is considered the founder of Romanticism in French literature.

Chateaubriand was an advocate of homeopathy, and he was a patient of David Ferdinand Koreff, and a friend of Mary Elizabeth Clarke Mohl, Charles Ozanam and his brother Frederic Ozanam, Madame Recamier (a relative of the Ozanam family), Continue reading Francois Rene Vicomte de Chateaubriand 1768 – 1848

Pierre Jousset 1818 – 1910

Pierre Jousset 1818 – 1910 MD was a French orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, to become one of the founders and President of La Societe Francaise de Homeopathie in 1889, founder, Medical Director and Physician at the Hospital St. Jaques in Paris, Editor of L’Art médical with Jean Paul Tessier, and President of the Homeopathic Congress.

Pierre Jousset was the homeopathic practitioner of Jean Baptiste Henri Lacordaire, and he was a student of Jean Paul Tessier,

Pierre Jousset was a colleague of Bazin, Francois Cartier, Victor Chancerel, Chanet, Cramoisy, A Cretin, Paul Francois Curie, Antoine Hippolyte Desterne, John James Drysdale, Gerard Anaclet Vincent Encausse, Fredault, Gaillard, Jean Pierre Gallavardin, Gounard, Love, Reuben Ludlam, L Molin, Antoine Nebel, Charles Ozanam, Daniel Parenteau, Francois Perrussel, Perry, Leon Francois Adolphe Simon, and many others. Continue reading Pierre Jousset 1818 – 1910

Charles Ozanam 1824 – 1890

Charles Ozanam 1824 – 1890 MD was a French orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy.

in 1862, Pope Gregory XVI awarded Charles Ozanam the Order of Saint Gregory the Great.

Ozanam was a colleague of Bazin, Cramoisy, Paul Francois Curie, and Chanet, A Cretin, Fredault, Gounard, Pierre Jousset, Love, Reuben Ludlam, L Molin, Perry, Jean Paul Tessier, and many others.

Charles Ozanam practiced in Paris.

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Comte Sebastien Gaeten Salvador Maxime Des Guidi 1769 – 1863

Comte Sebastien Gaeten Salvador Maxime Des Guidi 1769 – 1863 MD Strasbourg, was an orthodox physician and Professor of Doctor of Philosophy and Mathematics at Turin, Doctor of Medicine and Science at the University of Lyon and Marseille, Professor of Physics at Privas, Inspector of the University of Grenoble, who converted to homeopathy to become the first homeopath in France, and one of the founders of the homeopathic hospitals in Paris and in Geneva, and the President and founder of the Société Lyonnaise Homeopathic. Continue reading Comte Sebastien Gaeten Salvador Maxime Des Guidi 1769 – 1863

Cramoisy 1815 – 1882

Cramoisy 1815? – 1882? MD was a French orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become a Physician at the Hopital Hahnemann in Paris, and the Archivist of the Societe Medicale homœopathique de France.

In 1869, Cramoisy was decorated as a Chevalier of the Order of Charles III (T P Wilson (Ed.), The Ohio medical and surgical reporter. Volume I-XI. [1867]-Nov. 1877, (Hamilton Fisk Biggar, 1869). Page 28).

Cramoisy was a colleague of Bazin, Paul Francois Curie, and Chanet, A Cretin, Fredault, Gounard, Pierre Jousset, Love, Reuben Ludlam, L Molin, Charles Ozanam, Perry, Jean Paul Tessier,

Cramoisy practiced at 16 Rue du Faubourg du Temple.

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Constance Marie Theis Princess de Salm Dyck 1767 – 1845

Constance Marie Theis Princess de Salm Dyck 1767  – 1845 was a French poet and femme de lettres francaise, who over forty years, produced an important body of literature.

Constance was a feminist, and a friend of Alexandre Dumas, Melanie Hahnemann, LaFayette, Marie Henri Beyle, Stendhal,

Constance’s husband Joseph de Salm Dyck Reifferscheidt was a noted botanist and a friend of Alexander von Humboldt,

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Alphonse Noack 1809 – 1885

Alphonse Noack 1809 – 1885 MD Leipsig 1831, father of Rodolphe Noack, was an orthodox French physician who converted to homeopathy and practiced in Liepsig, to become Physician in Chief at the Homeopathic Hospital of Leipzig.

Alphonse Noack graduated from the University of Leipsig in 1831, and became a student of Samuel Hahnemann, and a member of Samuel Hahnemann’s Prover’s Union.

Alphonse Noack was a colleague of Frantz Hartmann, Christian Gottlob Hornburg, Moritz Mueller, Francois Perrussel, John Ernst Stapf, Karl Friedrich Gottfried Trinks, Continue reading Alphonse Noack 1809 – 1885

Gertrude Stein 1874 – 1946

Gertrude Stein 1874 – 1946 was an American writer who spent most of her life in France, and who became a catalyst in the development of modern art and literature.

Gertrude Stein was a staunch advocate of homeopathy, through her sister in law Sarah, and their friendship with homeopath Adele Solomons Jaffa (Anon, Four Americans in Paris: the collections of Gertrude Stein and her family. [Exhibition held Dec. 1970], (Museum of Modern art, 1970 ). Page 14. See also Brenda Wineapple, Sister Brother: Gertrude and Leo Stein, (U of Nebraska Press, 1 Mar 2008). Page 129. See also Harriet Rochlin, Fred Rochlin, Pioneer Jews: A New Life in the Far West, (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2000). Page 104). Gertrude Stein was interested in homeopathy and discussed it with great interest.

Gertrude Stein was a friend of Guillaume Apollinaire, Malcolm Cowley, Ford Madox Ford, Robert Graves, William James, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Eric Alfred Leslie Satie, Samuel L Steward, Continue reading Gertrude Stein 1874 – 1946