Provided by Wikipedia Judith Walker Andrews (April 26, 1826August 29, 1914) was an American philanthropist and social reformer.
Her brother, Dr. Clement A. Walker, was appointed in charge of the hospital for the insane in Boston, and Andrews joined him there to assist in the work in which she was deeply interested. Her work in this line was of great value. From 1889, she was very much interested in the child-widows of India and formed an association to carry out the plans of Pandita Ramabai. Andrews and her co-workers managed a school at Puna, Gujarat, India.