Clara A. Beecher
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Clara A. Beecher (1842-?) was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and died in an unknown location. She was married to George H. Beecher, a nephew of prominent clergyman Henry Ward Beecher. She was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, completing the Normal class in October 1886 and joining the Christian Scientist Association that same month. Beecher then maintained a healing and teaching practice in Chicago, Illinois, although she never advertised in The Christian Science Journal. She was dropped from membership in the Christian Scientist Association in February 1888, ending her association with the Christian Science movement. She then worked as a music teacher in Chicago, a profession she had previously given up to focus on Christian Science.
Clara A. Beecher
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Clara A. Beecher (1842-?) was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and died in an unknown location. She was married to George H. Beecher, a nephew of prominent clergyman Henry Ward Beecher. She was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, completing the Normal class in October 1886 and joining the Christian Scientist Association that same month. Beecher then maintained a healing and teaching practice in Chicago, Illinois, although she never advertised in The Christian Science Journal. She was dropped from membership in the Christian Scientist Association in February 1888, ending her association with the Christian Science movement. She then worked as a music teacher in Chicago, a profession she had previously given up to focus on Christian Science.