The Residences of Charles Dickens

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All addresses are in London, unless otherwise noted.

[BIRTHPLACE]
387 Mile End Terrace, Portsmouth
2/7/12 to Dec. 1813
39 Wish Street, SouthseaDec. 1813 to "late in" 1814
10 Norfolk Street1814 to Jan. 1817
"a small house next to the Sheerness Theatre"Jan. 1817 to Apr. 1817
2 Ordnance Terrace, ChathamApr. 1817 to Mar. 21, 1821
18 St. Mary's PlaceMar. 21, 1821 to Sept. 1822
16 Bayham StreetSept. 1822 to Sept. 29, 1823
Charles is moved to two different lodgings during the period that his father (and family) are in Marshalsea Prison
29 Johnson Street, Somers TownJune 1824 to 1827
17 The Polygon, Somers Town1827 to 1828
10 Norfolk Street, Fitzroy Square1828 to 1832
"lodgings" in Cecil StreetApr.? 1832 to July? 1832
13 Fitzroy StreetJuly? 1832 to Dec. 1834
Furnival's InnDec. 1834 to Mar. 25, 1837
48 Doughty StreetMar. 25, 1837 to Dec. 1839
1 Devonshire TerraceDec. 1839 to


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