When the weather is good I often walk via the Borough Gardens in Dorchester and sometimes along West Walks which is often cooler on a hot day, as it is shaded by big trees.
As the gate way leads into this property I imagine that this was his home, and I can find records of him living at Cliff house, so I imagine this must be it, although I couldn't see a name on the property.
My interest took me to St Nicholas Church in Moreton, where both Charlton and his mother are buried.
|St Nicholas Church Moreton|
'the friendly feeling which all who knew him must have noticed' (The Gentleman's magazine 13:1840, 12)
It is recorded that during Charlton's funeral all the shops and businesses in the town closed to pay respect to him while the funeral procession took him to his burial place in the village of Moreton.