Joseph Morton
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Joseph Morton (1829-1912) was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, and died in Tewksbury, Massachusetts. He was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, studying with her in May 1880. Prior to studying with Eddy, he had been a student of Edward J. Arens with whom he boarded at 32 Upton Street, Boston. Morton joined the Christian Scientist Association and Church of Christ (Scientist) in 1880 shortly after studying with Eddy. He submitted his resignation from the Association and Church in April 1883, but it was refused and the Association voted unanimously to dismiss him in May of the same year. After leaving Christian Science, he developed his own healing method based on astrology and maintained a practice in Boston until 1910. Afterwards he was admitted to the almshouse at Tewksbury State Hospital, where he remained until his passing.
Joseph Morton
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Joseph Morton (1829-1912) was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, and died in Tewksbury, Massachusetts. He was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, studying with her in May 1880. Prior to studying with Eddy, he had been a student of Edward J. Arens with whom he boarded at 32 Upton Street, Boston. Morton joined the Christian Scientist Association and Church of Christ (Scientist) in 1880 shortly after studying with Eddy. He submitted his resignation from the Association and Church in April 1883, but it was refused and the Association voted unanimously to dismiss him in May of the same year. After leaving Christian Science, he developed his own healing method based on astrology and maintained a practice in Boston until 1910. Afterwards he was admitted to the almshouse at Tewksbury State Hospital, where he remained until his passing.