Delia S. Manley
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Delia S. Manley (1850-1919) was born in Tiverton, Rhode Island, and died in Warwick, Rhode Island. Delia and her husband, Seabury, were both students of Mary Baker Eddy's and together they had Primary (1882) and Normal (1886) class instruction with her. She joined the Christian Scientist Association and Church of Christ (Scientist) in 1882 and, in December 1892, united with The First Church of Christ, Scientist. In November 1886, her husband chartered the Fall River (Massachusetts) Christian Science Institute where she taught alongside him. She later advertised as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher in The Christian Science Journal, serving in these roles until 1912.
Delia S. Manley
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Delia S. Manley (1850-1919) was born in Tiverton, Rhode Island, and died in Warwick, Rhode Island. Delia and her husband, Seabury, were both students of Mary Baker Eddy's and together they had Primary (1882) and Normal (1886) class instruction with her. She joined the Christian Scientist Association and Church of Christ (Scientist) in 1882 and, in December 1892, united with The First Church of Christ, Scientist. In November 1886, her husband chartered the Fall River (Massachusetts) Christian Science Institute where she taught alongside him. She later advertised as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher in The Christian Science Journal, serving in these roles until 1912.