Flavia Stickney Knapp
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Flavia Stickney Knapp (1849-1898) was born in Lyman, New Hampshire, and died in Boston, Massachusetts. Knapp became interested in Christian Science in 1884, when she received Christian Science treatment through prayer from Mary E. Harris, a student of Eddy's. Knapp studied with Eddy, completing the Primary (1884 and 1885) and Obstetrics (1887) classes. She joined the Christian Scientist Association in December 1885. In February 1898, Eddy appointed Knapp to serve on the first Board of Education, a position she held until her passing. She was listed as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher in the directory of The Christian Science Journal.
Flavia Stickney Knapp
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Flavia Stickney Knapp (1849-1898) was born in Lyman, New Hampshire, and died in Boston, Massachusetts. Knapp became interested in Christian Science in 1884, when she received Christian Science treatment through prayer from Mary E. Harris, a student of Eddy's. Knapp studied with Eddy, completing the Primary (1884 and 1885) and Obstetrics (1887) classes. She joined the Christian Scientist Association in December 1885. In February 1898, Eddy appointed Knapp to serve on the first Board of Education, a position she held until her passing. She was listed as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher in the directory of The Christian Science Journal.