Jennie Harvey
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Jennie Harvey (c.1841-1898) was born in Wolcott, Vermont, and died in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She was born Susan J. Trow and was adopted as a child by her aunt and uncle, Dorcas P. and Ivers Harvey. She lived with the Harveys in Pepperell and Lowell, Massachusetts, before moving with them to Milwaukee in the late 1850s. Jennie Harvey's work for the early Christian Science movement in Milwaukee is, for the most part, undocumented, but she appears to have been active, selling copies of Science and Health and making preparations for a class to be taught in Milwaukee in late 1883 by Clara Choate, a student of Mary Baker Eddy's. (However, records suggest that Choate never visited Milwaukee.) There is no record of Jennie Harvey studying with Mary Baker Eddy or uniting with the Church of Christ (Scientist).
Jennie Harvey
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Jennie Harvey (c.1841-1898) was born in Wolcott, Vermont, and died in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She was born Susan J. Trow and was adopted as a child by her aunt and uncle, Dorcas P. and Ivers Harvey. She lived with the Harveys in Pepperell and Lowell, Massachusetts, before moving with them to Milwaukee in the late 1850s. Jennie Harvey's work for the early Christian Science movement in Milwaukee is, for the most part, undocumented, but she appears to have been active, selling copies of Science and Health and making preparations for a class to be taught in Milwaukee in late 1883 by Clara Choate, a student of Mary Baker Eddy's. (However, records suggest that Choate never visited Milwaukee.) There is no record of Jennie Harvey studying with Mary Baker Eddy or uniting with the Church of Christ (Scientist).