Ellen Brown Linscott
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Ellen Brown Linscott (formerly Ellen Brown) (1852-1908) was born in Canada and died in Boston, Massachusetts. She was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, completing the Primary class (1883), Normal class (1885), and Obstetrical course (1887). She joined the Christian Scientist Association in April 1883, and in December 1892, she united with The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and was a member until her passing. She was instrumental in the early growth of Christian Science in Chicago, and was a founding member and director of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Chicago (1886). She married fellow Christian Scientist, John F. Linscott, in 1887. In the 1890s, they moved to Washington, D.C., where they helped organize First Church of Christ, Scientist, Washington, D.C. (1895), holding early church services in their parlor at 1511 Twentieth St. NW. Later, after the two divorced, her husband left the movement. Ellen Brown Linscott advertised in the directory of The Christian Science Journal as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher from 1885 until 1908.
Ellen Brown Linscott
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Ellen Brown Linscott (formerly Ellen Brown) (1852-1908) was born in Canada and died in Boston, Massachusetts. She was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, completing the Primary class (1883), Normal class (1885), and Obstetrical course (1887). She joined the Christian Scientist Association in April 1883, and in December 1892, she united with The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and was a member until her passing. She was instrumental in the early growth of Christian Science in Chicago, and was a founding member and director of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Chicago (1886). She married fellow Christian Scientist, John F. Linscott, in 1887. In the 1890s, they moved to Washington, D.C., where they helped organize First Church of Christ, Scientist, Washington, D.C. (1895), holding early church services in their parlor at 1511 Twentieth St. NW. Later, after the two divorced, her husband left the movement. Ellen Brown Linscott advertised in the directory of The Christian Science Journal as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher from 1885 until 1908.