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Ellen Latham Clarke (also Clark) (c.1845-1930) was born in New London, Connecticut, and moved to Dorchester, Massachusetts, in the early 1880s with her husband, Elijah P. Clark (1834-1908). She was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, studying with her in September 1880, and was admitted to the Christian Scientist Association in December of the same year. She was one of the twelve charter members when the Church of Christ (Scientist) reorganized as The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in September 1892. She advertised as a practitioner of Christian Science healing in The Christian Science Journal from 1888 until 1922.