Person    | Female  Born 22/5/1870  Died 30/6/1926

Eva Gore-Booth

Categories: Gender Issues, Poetry

Countries: Ireland

Poet and dramatist, and a committed suffragist, social worker and labour activist.

Born as Eva Selina Laura Gore-Booth in County Sligo, the younger sister of Constance Gore-Booth, who was later known as Countess Markievicz, an Irish revolutionary. From 1896 until her death she was the partner of Esther Roper.

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Eva Gore-Booth

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Fawcett frieze - 29, Roper & Gore-Booth

Esther Roper, 1868 - 1938, Eva Gore-Booth, 1870 - 1926

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