Here are where Portsmouth’s most famous sons are buried

The grave of Charles Dickens  in Westminster Abbey. Credit: Arthur Edwards/The Sun/PA Wire
The grave of Charles Dickens in Westminster Abbey. Credit: Arthur Edwards/The Sun/PA Wire
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From Charles Dickens to Reg Flewin, Portsmouth has been home to countless writers, travellers and sporting greats over the years.

Here we have a look back at some of those famous faces, their links to our city and what happened after they died.

Who do you think is Portsmouth’s most famous son? Let us know by commenting below or on Facebook.