Lysbeth L. Campbell
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Lysbeth L. Campbell (c.1858-1914) was born in Kentucky and died in New York, New York. She was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, taking Primary class in March 1885 alongside her husband, J. Allen Campbell. In June 1885, she joined the Christian Scientist Association and united with The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, in November 1902. In 1905, she became a Christian Science practitioner and teacher listed in the directory of The Christian Science Journal, serving until her passing. In 1911, Lysbeth L. Campbell, along with Regina F. Rothschild, Emerson P. Jennings, and Susan E. Jennings, incorporated in New York the First Christian Science Home Association. The purpose of the home was to "establish and maintain homelike accommodations for men and women desirous of receiving the benefits of the teachings of Mary Baker Eddy." The home was not authorized by or affiliated with The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and though it was incorporated, there is no record of the home operating.

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Lysbeth L. Campbell
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Lysbeth L. Campbell (c.1858-1914) was born in Kentucky and died in New York, New York. She was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, taking Primary class in March 1885 alongside her husband, J. Allen Campbell. In June 1885, she joined the Christian Scientist Association and united with The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, in November 1902. In 1905, she became a Christian Science practitioner and teacher listed in the directory of The Christian Science Journal, serving until her passing. In 1911, Lysbeth L. Campbell, along with Regina F. Rothschild, Emerson P. Jennings, and Susan E. Jennings, incorporated in New York the First Christian Science Home Association. The purpose of the home was to "establish and maintain homelike accommodations for men and women desirous of receiving the benefits of the teachings of Mary Baker Eddy." The home was not authorized by or affiliated with The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and though it was incorporated, there is no record of the home operating.

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