Caroline D. Noyes
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Caroline D. Noyes (1846-1922) was born and died in Gardiner, Maine. She became interested in Christian Science in 1882 after attending parlor lectures at Mary Baker Eddy's home at 569 Columbus Avenue. She later studied with Eddy, completing the Primary class (1884), Normal class (1885), and Obstetrical course (1887). Noyes joined the Christian Scientist Association in March 1884, and then The First Church of Christ, Scientist, on December 31, 1892, and was a member until her passing. She was one of the pioneers of Christian Science in the Midwest. In 1886, she chartered the first Christian Science Institute in Illinois and was also a charter member of the Church of Christ (Scientist), Chicago (later known as First Church of Christ, Scientist, Chicago). In the late 1890s, she returned to Gardiner, where she continued her work until 1914 as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher, with a listing in the directory of The Christian Science Journal.
Caroline D. Noyes
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Caroline D. Noyes (1846-1922) was born and died in Gardiner, Maine. She became interested in Christian Science in 1882 after attending parlor lectures at Mary Baker Eddy's home at 569 Columbus Avenue. She later studied with Eddy, completing the Primary class (1884), Normal class (1885), and Obstetrical course (1887). Noyes joined the Christian Scientist Association in March 1884, and then The First Church of Christ, Scientist, on December 31, 1892, and was a member until her passing. She was one of the pioneers of Christian Science in the Midwest. In 1886, she chartered the first Christian Science Institute in Illinois and was also a charter member of the Church of Christ (Scientist), Chicago (later known as First Church of Christ, Scientist, Chicago). In the late 1890s, she returned to Gardiner, where she continued her work until 1914 as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher, with a listing in the directory of The Christian Science Journal.