Charles Dickens married to Catherine Thomson Hogarth in 1836
Charles Dickens got married in April of 1837 to Catherine Hogarth.
You are a year out in your dating. Charles Dickens married Catherine Hogarth on 2 April 1836 at St Lukes Church in Chelsea. Their honeymoon was at Chalk in Kent an area where Dickens had spent part of his childhood.
On April 2, 1836, Charles John Huffam Dickens February 7, 1812-June 9, 1870] and Catherine ka Kate Thomson Hogarth [May 19, 1815-November 22, 1879] were married in St. Luke's Church, Chelsea, in southwest London, England. They honeymooned in Chalk, near Chatham, Kent. This was an area that the author favored, for having spent youthful years there. The couple had 10 children. The author felt considerable financial stress over such a large family, and criticized what he perceived as his wife's lack of skill in childraising and housekeeping. The couple separated in May 1858, and never reconciled. The author kept the house. With sister-in-law Georgina Thomson Hogarth [1827-1917] as housekeeper, he raised 9 of the children. Catherine had to move out, and eldest child Charles Culiford Boz Dickens [January 6, 1837-1896] left with her.
The name of his wife was Catherine Hogarth, they married in 1836, then had ten children before they split up in 1858. She died of cancer in 1878
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He marryied Cathrine in 1836.
Dickens was 9 yrs. old.
He was 25. Dickens was born in 1812 and Victoria took the throne in 1837.
Charles Dickens was 12 when they moved to London
Charles Dickens was 58 when he died of a stroke on the 9th June 1870.
he was 18
The Dickens family moved to Chatham, Kent in 1816. Young Charles Dickens was four years old at that time.
Charles Dickens father died at the age of seventy nine when he was in prison
Movies were not invented until some decades after Charles Dickens' death in 1870.
Great Expectations was written by Charles Dickens in 1861 when he was 49 years old.
Charles dickens youngest kid was edward dickens died when he was 50 years old 13 march 1852 throu 23 Jan 1902