BORN 6 Mar 1838, London: Doughty Street - DIED 23 Jul 1896, Farnham Royal, Buckinghamshire|
GRAVE LOCATION Sevenoaks, Kent: St. Nicholas churchyard (extension at the back: family grave)
Oldest daughter of Charles Dickens. She was called Mamey. After her parents divorced in 1858 she stayed with her father and she became the hostess of his home Gads Hill Place near Rochester in Kent. She only saw her mother again after her father had died in 1870. About her life after 1870 not much is known, allthough she lived with her aunt Georgina Hogarth and later with a Mr and Mrs Hargreaves in Manchester.
Together with Georgina and advised by Wilkie Collins she edited a collection of her father's letters. She also wrote a book of reminiscences of her father, "My Father As I Recall Him" (1896).
Father: Dickens, Charles John Huffham
Sister: Dickens, Kate Macready
Brother: Dickens, Charles Culliford Boz
Brother: Dickens, Alfred Tennyson
Brother: Dickens, Henry Fielding
was painted by Millais, John Everett
Mary Dickens - Wikipedia