Catherine Thomson "Kate" Dickens was the wife of English novelist Charles Dickens, and the mother of his ten children.
|Born:||Catherine Thomson Hogarth, May 19, 1815, Edinburgh, Scotland|
|Died:||November 22, 1879, London, England|
|Resting place:||Highgate Cemetery, London, England|
|Known for:||Wife of English novelist Charles Dickens|
|Children:||Charles Culliford Boz Dickens, Mary Dickens, Kate Macready Dickens, Walter Landor Dickens, Francis Jeffrey Dickens, Alfred D'Orsay Tennyson Dickens, Sydney Smith Haldimand Dickens, Sir Henry Fielding Dickens, Dora Annie Dickens, Edward Dickens|
|Parent(s):||George Hogarth, Georgina Thomson|
About Catherine Dickens
Wife of the iconic author Charles Dickens. She grew up in Scotland as the oldest of ten children of Edinburgh newspaper editor George Hogarth.
She met Dickens through her father, who edited a newspaper for which Dickens wrote several pieces.
She traveled all over the world with her husband and supported all of his literary endeavors.
She had ten children with Charles Dickens: Charles, Kate, Walter, Mary, Alfred, Francis, Henry, Sydney, Edward, and Dora.
She married Charles Dickens when he was starting to serialize his first novel.
Information related to Catherine Dickens
- http://charlesdickenspage.com/family_friends.html Catherine Dickens on the Charles Dickens Page
- http://www.perryweb.com/Dickens/life_marry.shtml The Marriage of Charles Dickens