Helen Evans

Matriculation Signatures: Sophia Jex-Blake, Mary Pechey, Helen Evans, Matilda Chaplin Helen de Lacey Evans (''née'' Helen Carter; 1833/1834 – 1903) was the fifth member of the Edinburgh Seven, a group of women who enrolled at the University of Edinburgh in 1869, and who sought to qualify as physicians. She married the editor of ''The'' ''Scotsman'', Alexander Russel and was mother to the suffragist and feminist campaigner Helen Archdale. Provided by Wikipedia
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