Priscilla Clement Wheeler
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Priscilla Clement Wheeler (1822-1902) was born in Sanbornton Bridge, New Hampshire, (Sanbornton Bridge was renamed Tilton in 1869) and was a childhood friend of Mary Baker Eddy's. She was the daughter of Joseph W. Clement (1789-1868), a wheelwright who lived and worked in Sanbornton Bridge. She was married to the Hon. Samuel M. Wheeler (1823-1886), an eminent lawyer who represented the city of Dover, New Hampshire, and served as speaker in the New Hampshire House of Representatives during the 1860s. Wheeler spent her married life in Dover. She was left penniless after the death of her husband and moved to Boston, Massachusetts, with her daughter, Helen, where they continued to struggle financially.
Priscilla Clement Wheeler
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Priscilla Clement Wheeler (1822-1902) was born in Sanbornton Bridge, New Hampshire, (Sanbornton Bridge was renamed Tilton in 1869) and was a childhood friend of Mary Baker Eddy's. She was the daughter of Joseph W. Clement (1789-1868), a wheelwright who lived and worked in Sanbornton Bridge. She was married to the Hon. Samuel M. Wheeler (1823-1886), an eminent lawyer who represented the city of Dover, New Hampshire, and served as speaker in the New Hampshire House of Representatives during the 1860s. Wheeler spent her married life in Dover. She was left penniless after the death of her husband and moved to Boston, Massachusetts, with her daughter, Helen, where they continued to struggle financially.