Marie Mélanie d'Hervilly Gohier Hahnemann (2 February 1800 – May 1878), was the first female homeopath physician, married in 1835 to Samuel Hahnemann. During the cholera epidemic of Paris in 1832, she became interested in homeopathy. In 1834, she visited Samuel Hahnemann, and the year after they married and moved to Paris. She was a controversial person, being both a woman physician and a woman homeopath. She is buried in the Père Lachaise Cemetery.