Charles Dickens and Churches.

Charles Dickens and Churches.2017-06-28T13:17:03+00:00

Follow the trail of churches featuring in the life of Charles Dickens.

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Title Description
St. Dunstan-in-the-WestThis Fleet Street church was featured by Dickens in David Copperfield.
St. Georges Church, Southwark

The church has strong associations with Charles Dickens, whose father was imprisoned in the nearby Marshalsea prison.

St. James' Church, Cooling.The churchyard of St James' Church inspired Charles Dickens to set the opening chapter of Great Expectations, where the hero Pip meets Magwitch.
St. Johns, WestminsterFeatured by Dickens in Our Mutual Friend.
St. Lukes Church, ChelseaCharles Dickens was married to Catherine Hogarth here in April 1836.
St. Mary-Le-Strand.

John Dickens and Elizabeth Barrow, the parents of Charles Dickens, were married here in 1809.

St. Marylebone Parish Church
St. Olaves Church.Charles Dickens called the church St. Ghastly Grim because of skulls above the entrance gate.
Westminster AbbeyCharles Dickens was buried in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey, June 1870.

 

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