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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by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 13 May 1897
- Catherine Dickens (n?e Hogarth) (mother)
- Charles Dickens (father)
- Charles Culliford Boz ('Charley') Dickens (brother)
- Sir Gerald Charles Dickens (son)
- Mary ('Mamie') Dickens (sister)
- Monica Enid Dickens (granddaughter)
- Peter Gerald Charles Dickens (grandson)
- Georgina Hogarth (aunt)
- Catherine ('Katey') Elizabeth Macready Perugini (n?e Dickens) (sister)
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