Louise A. Proctor
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Louise A. Proctor (1858-1890) was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and died in Reading, Massachusetts. She was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, taking Primary class with her in March and November 1885. She joined the Christian Scientist Association on April 1, 1885. Proctor resigned from the Association on June 2, 1886, after Eddy had requested that Proctor "depart in peace," because Proctor had joined Luther M. Marston's association (he was teaching from his own texts rather than Science and Health).
Louise A. Proctor
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Louise A. Proctor (1858-1890) was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and died in Reading, Massachusetts. She was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, taking Primary class with her in March and November 1885. She joined the Christian Scientist Association on April 1, 1885. Proctor resigned from the Association on June 2, 1886, after Eddy had requested that Proctor "depart in peace," because Proctor had joined Luther M. Marston's association (he was teaching from his own texts rather than Science and Health).