Sue Young Histories

Francis Bellamy 1816 - 1867

January 26, 2010

Francis Bellamy ?1816 - ?1867,  MRCS England 1843, LSA 1837, was a British orthodox physician, Surgeon to the Langport Union, Assistant Surgeon to the Cholera Hospital, Jersey, Member of the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association, who converted to homeopathy, Surgeon to the Guernsey Homeopathic Dispensary, Member of the Hahnemann Medical Society, a Medical Witness examined before Anthony Ashley Cooper 7th Earl of Shaftesbury’s Committee on the subject of the Administration of Poor Law Medical Relief,

Bellamy was introduced to homeopathy by John Ozanne, and he was influential in spreading homeopathy in Guernsey and in France, and eventually in Sydney Australia, where he  eventually emigrated,

Bellamy submitted cases and articles to various homeopathic publications,

Bellamy practiced at 2, Clifton, Guernsey,