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Russell [née Worsley], Annalocked

(1807–1876)
  • D. E. Allen

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Russell [née Worsley], Anna (1807–1876), botanist, was born in Arnos Vale, Bristol, in November 1807, one of five daughters and at least two sons of Philip John Worsley (1769–1811), a sugar refiner in that city. Brought up in a Unitarian family in which the children were given every encouragement to develop their talents, she and her brother ...

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