This map shows you residences that featured in Dickens life.
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|1 Devonshire Terrace, London||Charles Dickens lived at 1 Devonshire Terrace from 1839-1851.|
|10 Norfolk Street||Surviving house where the Dickens family stayed twice.|
|Bayham Street||In 1822, the Dickens family returned to London renting into a house at Bayham Street in Camden Town.|
|Chester Place||From March - June 1847, the Dickens family rented a house at Chester Place, Regent's Park.|
|Doughty Street, London||Charles Dickens lived at Doughty Street from 1837-1839.|
|Furnivals Inn, Holborn, London||Charles Dickens rented rooms at Furnivals Inn between 1834 and 1837.|
|Gads Hill, Kent||Dickens lived his final years at Gads Hill.|
|Landport||Charles Dickens was born on February 7th, 1812 at Landport near Portsmouth.|
|Lant Street, Southwark, London||With his father imprisoned in the Marshalsea, Charles Dickens lived nearby, in Lant Street, Southwark.|
|Ordnance Terrace, Chatham||Between 1817 and 1821, John and Elizabeth Dickens and their children lived in Ordnance Terrace, Chatham.|
|Selwood Terrace, Brompton||Charles Dickens lodged here in 1835 whilst courting Catherine Hogarth, who lived nearby.|
|St. Marys Place, Chatham||From 1821 to 1822 the Dickens family lived at 18 St Mary's Place, The Brook, Chatham.|
|Tavistock House, London||Home of Charles Dickens and his family from 1851 to 1860.|