Catherine Dickens

Catherine Dickens

Catherine Thomson "Kate" Dickens (née Hogarth; 19 May 1815 – 22 November 1879) was the wife of English novelist Charles Dickens, and the mother of his ten acknowledged children.

Read more about Catherine Dickens:  Marriage, Separation, Later Years, In The Media

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... Catherine Dickens was the subject of the sixty minute BBC Two documentary Mrs Dickens' Family Christmas, broadcast on December 2011 ... and performed and presented by Sue Perkins, and which ...

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