Georgina Hogarth

Georgina Hogarth (22 January 1827 – 19 April 1917) was the sister-in-law, housekeeper and adviser of English novelist Charles Dickens and the editor of two volumes of his collected letters after his death.

Read more about Georgina Hogarth:  Biography, Discord, Later Years, Controversy, Portrayals, Publications

Other articles related to "georgina hogarth, georgina, hogarth":

Mary Dickens - Later Years
... After her father's death she lived with her brother Henry Dickens and her aunt, Georgina Hogarth In his will her father had written, "I give the sum of £1,000 free of legacy duty to my daughter Mary Dickens ... of six months next after my decease." Georgina Hogarth found living with Mary difficult, complaining that she was drinking too much ... On Mary's death her aunt, Georgina Hogarth, wrote to Connie Dickens, the widow of Edward Dickens ...
Georgina Hogarth - Publications
... 'Georgina Dickens and the Dickens Circle' By Arthur A ... Editor Georgina Hogarth and Mary Dickens (1880) ...
Catherine Dickens - Separation
... Georgina Hogarth sided with Dickens in his quarrel with her sister, Catherine ... Georgina, Charles Dickens, and all of the children except Charles Dickens, Jr ... Georgina Hogarth ran Dickens' household ...
Mary Dickens - Childhood
... Street in London and was named after Mary Hogarth, who had died in 1837 and who was the sister of her mother, Catherine Dickens ... Kate were taught to read by their aunt, Georgina Hogarth, who was now living with the family ... also acted along with Collins, Augustus Egg, Mark Lemon and Georgina Hogarth ...

Famous quotes containing the word georgina:

    When I am dead, my dearest, Sing no sad songs for me;
    Plant thou no roses at my head, Nor shady cypress tree:
    Be the green grass above me With showers and dewdrops wet;
    And if thou wilt, remember, And if thou wilt, forget.
    —Christina Georgina Rossetti (1830–1894)