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Sir Henry Fielding Dickens

(1849-1933), Lawyer; son of Charles Dickens

Sitter in 4 portraits
Dickens was the sixth son of novelist Charles Dickens and named after author Henry Fielding. Called to the Bar in 1873, he commenced practice on the Kent Sessions and Home Circuit before moving to general practice in London. He became Recorder of Maidstone (1892-1918) and Common Sergeant in the City of London (1917-32). His Memoirs of my Father were published in 1928 and his own Recollections in 1934.

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Sir Henry Fielding Dickens, by Sir Leslie Ward - NPG 3285

Sir Henry Fielding Dickens

by Sir Leslie Ward
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 13 May 1897
NPG 3285

Sir Henry Fielding Dickens, by James Russell & Sons - NPG x139710

Sir Henry Fielding Dickens

by James Russell & Sons
albumen cabinet card, circa early 1890s
NPG x139710

Sir Henry Fielding Dickens, by Powys Evans - NPG D1682

Sir Henry Fielding Dickens

by Powys Evans
pencil, 1923 or before
NPG D1682

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Sir Henry Fielding Dickens ('Men of the Day. No. 682.')

by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 13 May 1897
NPG D44855

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