Levi A. Childs
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Levi A. Childs (1840-1915) was born in Hampden County, Massachusetts, and died in Richmond, New York. During the Civil War he served as a Private in Company B of the Massachusetts 46th Infantry Regiment from 1862-1863. He studied with Mary Baker Eddy in her class that began on February 25, 1884, and joined the Christian Scientist Association in March. Childs was expelled from the Association that November. He became a teacher of "mental science" in New York, New York, in the 1890s and continued in that capacity into the early twentieth century.
Levi A. Childs
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Levi A. Childs (1840-1915) was born in Hampden County, Massachusetts, and died in Richmond, New York. During the Civil War he served as a Private in Company B of the Massachusetts 46th Infantry Regiment from 1862-1863. He studied with Mary Baker Eddy in her class that began on February 25, 1884, and joined the Christian Scientist Association in March. Childs was expelled from the Association that November. He became a teacher of "mental science" in New York, New York, in the 1890s and continued in that capacity into the early twentieth century.