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  1. The adventures of Oliver Twist by Charles, (1812-1870) Dickens, 1889-01-01
  2. THE ADVENTURES OF OLIVER TWIST. Household Edition. The Works of Charles Dickens. by Charles (1812-1870) Dickens, 1876-01-01
  3. CHARLES DICKENS' CHILDREN STORIES. Re-Told by His GrandDaughter and Others. Altemus Dainty Series, No. 2. by Charles [1812 - 1870]. Dickens, Mary Angela. Dickens, 1900
  4. The National Edition: The Complete Works of Charles Dickens. Volume 7. Nicholas Nickleby. Volume II. by Charles (1812-1870). G.K. Chesterton (introduction) and B.W. Matz (pre Dickens, 1906
  5. A tale of two cities / by Charles Dickens. With illustrations by H. K. Browne by Charles (1812-1870) Dickens, 1859-01-01
  6. The LIFE And ADVENTURES Of NICHOLAS NICKLEBY. Works of Charles Dickens. Household Edition. by Charles [1812 - 1870]. Darley, F[elix]. O[ctavius]. C[arr. 1822 - 1888]. - Illustrator. Dickens, 1861
  7. DOMBEY AND SON. Household Edition. The Works of Charles Dickens. by Charles (1812-1870) Dickens, 1877-01-01
  8. FIRST And EARLY AMERICAN EDITIONS Of The WORKS of CHARLES DICKENS. Burt Franklin Bibliography & Reference Series #151. by Charles. 1812 - 1870]. Wilkins, William Glyde. [Dickens, 1968-01-01
  9. STUDIES In The NOVEL. Summer 1969. Volume 1, Number 2. CHARLES DICKENS SPECIAL NUMBER. by Charles. 1812 - 1870]. Lee, James W. - Editor. [Dickens, 1969
  10. The posthumous papers of the Pickwick Club / Charles Dickens by Charles (1812-1870) Dickens, 1984
  11. The National Edition: The Complete Works of Charles Dickens. Vol 18. Dombey and Son, Vol 1. by Charles (1812-1870). G.K. Chesterton (introduction) and B.W. Matz (pre Dickens, 1908
  12. DICKENS And The CARPENTER. Six Letters from Charles Dickens to John A. Overs now in the Collection of William M. Elkins, Esq., of Philadelphia. A Souvenir of an Exhibition of the Elkins Collection held at the Free Library of Philadelphia during the Summer of 1946. by Charles. 1812 - 1870]. [Dickens, 1947
  13. The READINGS Of MR. CHARLES DICKENS, As Condensed by Himself. DOCTOR MARIGOLD and The TRIAL From PICKWICK [BARDELL and PICKWICK]. by Charles [1812 - 1870]. Dickens, 1868
  14. CHARLES DICKENS' BOOK Of MEMORANDA. A Photographic and Typographic Facsimile of the Notebook Begun in January 1855. From the Original Manuscript in the Berg Collection of English and American Literature. by Charles. 1812 - 1870]. Kaplan, Fred - Editor. [Dickens, 1981

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Author: Charles Dickens / Printed Book / Genre: Classic Literature - Barnaby Rudge was written by Dickens in the spring and first flowing tide of his popularity; it came immediately after The Old Curiosity Shop, and only a short time after Pickwick. Dickens was one of those rare but often very sincere me...
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Author: Charles Dickens / Printed Book / Genre: Classic Literature - After 18 years confinement in the Bastille, Dr Manette is brought to England. Jarvis Lorry travels to Dover to meet a young woman, Lucie Manette, in 1775. When he arrives, he informs her that her father, Doctor Manette, whom she previou...

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PROPERTIUS: 3.2.23 Charles Dickens, famous English novelist, was born at Landsport, in Portsea, February 7, 1812, and died at Gadshill, June 9, 1870. He was married April 2, 1836, to Catherine Hogarth, and after having had ten children, was separated from her in April, 1858. Dickens' first book, "Sketches by Boz," appeared in 1833, but his fame began with the publication of the "Pickwick Papers," in 1836-37. REFERENCES: See biographies by Forster (3 volumes) and an abbreviation of this by George Gissing. There are also biographies by Chesterton, Dolby, Fitzgerald, Hanaford, Langton, Leacock, Mackenzie, Marzials, Perkins, Sala, Wagenknecht, and many others. For recent lights on the separation of Dickens and his wife, see Gladys Story, Dickens and Daughter, London, 1939. See also a novel based on his life by C. E. Bechhofer-Roberts, This Side Idolatry, Indianapolis, 1928.

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    31. RootsWeb Review RootsWeb S Weekly E-zine 22 November 2006, Vol. 9
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RootsWeb Review's Bottomless Mailbag: A DICKENS of a Search Following the Cookie Crumb Trail Working Around Spam Filters and Paranoia 7. Humor/Humour: Canadian Casanova's Tombstone 8. Subscriptions, Submissions, Advertising, Reprints ======================================================= IN THIS ISSUE: 1a. Editor's Desk: News, Notes; Some Sites Worth Seeing NEWS. Turkey Time (Thanksgiving holiday) in America So who did the cooking and cleanup at the first Thanksgiving? According to Mayflower historian, Caleb Johnson, only five women survived the first winter (1620/21) in America and another Katherine Carver died in May 1621 of a "broken heart." So by the time of the famous celebration in the autumn of 1621, there were only four women left to care for the colony's 50 men and children. Learn who they were and more at: There are millions of Mayflower descendants living today. You might be one and don't even know it. 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The primary goal of this society is to maintain a comprehensive database of individual records called the British Home Children Registry (50,000 records). * * * IDAHO. The website of Bonner County Genealogical Society, located in Sandpoint, has some new pages with links to Bonner County and Idaho genealogical and historical information. * * * RED STAR LINE. From 1873 to 1935 the Red Star Line shipping company transported nearly three million people from Antwerp, Belgium to the USA and Canada. There's considerable data concerning the ships and the company and pictures with a link to the Belgium-Roots Project, which contains an alphabetical list of individuals who emigrated from Belgium and are being researched by others. RED STAR LINE: BELGIUM-ROOTS PROUJECT: * * * 1b. Tips from Readers: It's All Fine Print! Overlooking Critical Details By Robert Docker I have been hunting information about my paternal grandmother, Rosa. 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What to try first well, the IGI is a pretty fair bet as thousands of people use it in order to research their families, some actually claiming to have found, thereby, their ancestors back to the days when Adam was a lad. The IGI consists basically of two sources of information; that which has been extracted from official records, and that submitted by members of the LDS Church. The official record, based on the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography is that Charles Dickens was born on 7 February 1812 in a house in Mile End Terrace, Portsea, Portsmouth, the second child and first son of John Dickens and Elizabeth Barrow. John Dickens came from Cheshire, where his parents worked at Crewe Hall. On entering details in the IGI, at one time omitting year of birth and another time omitting county, I came across several entries. Firstly, we seem to have been spelling his name incorrectly. In the extracted entry for the marriage of John and Elizabeth, Charles' parents, the surname was DICKINS. This put paid to my rule of, generally speaking, accepting extracted records on the whole, but taking submitted records with more caution. They were married at Saint Mary Le Strand, Westminster, London, on 13 June 1809 or were they? The marriage is also given in one entry as being in 1805 in "Landsport, Portsmouth" or even in 1809 in Stafford, a difference of some 180 miles and four years! Landport (not Landsport) is another name for the district of Portsea where Charles Dickens was born. John Dickens' place of birth is also given on one of these entries as "Portsmouth." The children of this couple are: Frances Elizabeth or Fanny, born 1810 in "Land" or "Landport" or "Mile End Terrace" in Portsea. Six entries came up for my IGI search, only the baptism has her full name of Frances Elizabeth. Charles Dickens. There are 14 entries in this search, some with the middle names variously as John Huffam, Huffham or Huffman. Apparently the baptism register also errs in this instance by misspelling the name of his godfather which is included as a middle name as Huffham, as several sources give him to be Christopher Huffam, a rigger and mast, oar and block maker. Letitia. Letitia Mary, four entries are found, including having been baptised 16 May 1816 at St. Mary, Marylebone, but born in "Land" or "Landport" or London. Harriett. She only merits one entry, but was, according to the IGI, born in "Land, Portsea" about 1818, which was after the Dickens family had left the area and after her elder sister, Letitia, had been born in London. Frederick. Frederick William Dickens or Dickins, was born in 1820 in "Land, Portsea," "Chatham," "Landport" or London. There are four entries in the IGI all submitted. Alfred Lernest or Lambert or Lamert Dickens, born in "Land, Portsea," London, "Ordnance Terrace, Chatham" or "Land Port, Portsea." Again, four entries all submitted. Last but not least. Augustine or Augustus Newnham, born in "Land, Portsea," "Landport," London, and baptised in Old Church, Saint Pancras. London. Four entries all submitted. It certainly gives one pause for thought that if one takes a well- known person and finds discrepancies in so many matters of fact regarding them, how much faith should we have in recording information about our own, less-celebrated, ancestors gleaned from such sources? How many of the "trees" found online have sources given, which can be used to make checks for oneself? And having made any checks and having discovered errors, how many sources are amenable to accepting proof that they are mistaken and will correct them? * * * Following the Cookie Crumb Trail By Sharon in Iowa This is just a story to show others how little pieces can add to filling in places on our search for family. I was doing searches on for an uncle named Benjamin NICHOLS. I found a record on the 1910 census for a 2-year-old grandson named George A. SECOR, b. Iowa. Aha! Put on my thinking cap. Benjamin Nichols had five children according to my records. 1. Lena NICHOLS female 1877-1907 married to George CISCO. 2. Lottie NICHOLS female 1880-1891 (only 11 years old at death) 3. Minnie NICHOLS female 1885-1949 4. Jessie NICHOLS male 1887 (died in dentist's chair in Iowa) 5. Chester NICHOLS male 1893-1947 Checking the Illinois marriage index, I found several Minnie NICHOLS, but none married to a SECOR. OK I thought, now I need a bigger thinking cap. I searched for just SECOR in the bridegroom list. Bingo! Andrew M. SECOR married to Jessie E. NICHOLS (who I had listed as male). So I now had the correct sex for Jessie a middle initial for Jessie a name for her husband, with a date for the marriage license including the county where the license was obtained All this from just a name of a grandson listed on the census. This is why it is so much fun to do genealogy. I am continually amazed at where "bits and pieces" can lead us. * * * Working Around Spam Filters and Paranoia By Sue Moore in Manchester, England In addition to over-sensitive spam filters, there's a risk that genuine messages that do get through may be mistaken for spam. It's a sad fact that spam has reached such a level that one naturally assumes that unsolicited messages are virus-laden or offensive rubbish. Last summer I received an e-mail entitled "family" from "Linda." 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