E. L. Colman
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E. L. (Erwin Leslie) Colman (1849-1895) was born in Pomfret, Vermont, and died in Boston, Massachusetts. He worked at Noah H. Colman & Sons, a hat merchant founded by his father, Noah. He became interested in Christian Science in 1883 after his wife, Janet T. Colman, studied with Mary Baker Eddy. Colman himself went on to study with Eddy, taking Primary class in March 1886 and joining the Christian Scientist Association shortly after. The Colmans were both active members of the Association and the Church of Christ (Scientist).
E. L. Colman
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E. L. (Erwin Leslie) Colman (1849-1895) was born in Pomfret, Vermont, and died in Boston, Massachusetts. He worked at Noah H. Colman & Sons, a hat merchant founded by his father, Noah. He became interested in Christian Science in 1883 after his wife, Janet T. Colman, studied with Mary Baker Eddy. Colman himself went on to study with Eddy, taking Primary class in March 1886 and joining the Christian Scientist Association shortly after. The Colmans were both active members of the Association and the Church of Christ (Scientist).