Samuel-Jean Pozzi did seek not re-election in 1902, witnessed the second trial of Alfred Dreyfus, Émile Zola was buried in Bergerac in the Protestant cemetery, wrote the first French texts on surgery over 400 papers, was translated with revisions into five languages. Samuel-Jean Pozzi published a translation of Charles Darwin obtained doctorate in 1875 in 1873, gave lectures theoretical from 1884 at this hospital. Samuel's father Benjamin Dominique Pozzy married Marthe-Marie Inés Escot-Meslon in Bergerac on 1844 04 29.
1879 married Therese Loth-Cazalis, heiress of a railroad magnate. Salonniere Lydie Aubernon corresponded with a feminist writer Augustine Bulteau, collected also statuettes and coins. The 1908 ashes of Zola were transferred to both Pozzi and the Pantheon. Samuel Jean was born to a family of Italian descent, went in Bordeaux and Pau to school. Antiquity was a collector of coins, a frequent traveller in medical history.
|Year||Samuel Jean de Pozzi|
|1873||Samuel-Jean Pozzi obtained doctorate in 1875 in 1873.|
|1875||Samuel-Jean Pozzi obtained doctorate in 1875 in 1873.|
|1881||Samuel-Jean Pozzi became a university teacher, a hospital surgeon, an honorary member of the Cercle in 1881 de l'Union artistique.|
|1884||Samuel-Jean Pozzi gave lectures theoretical from 1884 at this hospital.|
|1902||Samuel-Jean Pozzi did seek not re-election in 1902.|