Elizabeth Blackwell

Physician

Born 3rd February 1821
Died 31st May 1910

The small plaque reads
This plaque was erected at Rock House Hastings to commemorate Dr Elizabeth Blackwell the first woman to qualify as a doctor, who lived and worked in Hastings for thirty years until her death in 1910.
The plaque was removed from Rock House, probably in the late war, and was found at Guestling Rectory by Dr Effie Evers who presented it to the medical school

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Haemophilia Centre, Royal Free Hospital, Rowland Hill Street, London, NW3

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