Jennie B. Fenn
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Jennie B. Fenn (1848-1902) was born in New York and died in Kansas City, Missouri. She was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, completing the Primary (1885), Normal (1886), and Obstetrical (1887) classes. Fenn joined the Christian Scientist Association in April 1885. She was listed as a practitioner and teacher in Omaha, Nebraska, in the directory of The Christian Science Journal from 1885 until 1902 and was instrumental in establishing Christian Science in Nebraska. Fenn was the daughter of Christian Science practitioner Lucina F. Babcock and the older sister of Emma D. Behan, another student of Eddy's who was a founding member of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Kansas City, Missouri, and helped grow the Christian Science movement there. Fenn joined The Mother Church on December 31, 1892, and was a member until her passing.

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Jennie B. Fenn
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Jennie B. Fenn (1848-1902) was born in New York and died in Kansas City, Missouri. She was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, completing the Primary (1885), Normal (1886), and Obstetrical (1887) classes. Fenn joined the Christian Scientist Association in April 1885. She was listed as a practitioner and teacher in Omaha, Nebraska, in the directory of The Christian Science Journal from 1885 until 1902 and was instrumental in establishing Christian Science in Nebraska. Fenn was the daughter of Christian Science practitioner Lucina F. Babcock and the older sister of Emma D. Behan, another student of Eddy's who was a founding member of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Kansas City, Missouri, and helped grow the Christian Science movement there. Fenn joined The Mother Church on December 31, 1892, and was a member until her passing.

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