DSCF0438 - Roger Fenton's home

I’ve passed this house many times on the bus to Camden. Who lived here?
DSCF0438 - Roger Fenton's home
It was the home of one of England’s earliest photographers, Roger Fenton. He lived here from 1847 until the early 1860’s.
It is at Albert Terrace, London, NW1, on the east side of picturesque Primrose Hill. A short distance away is Regent’s Park, the Regent’s Canal & London Zoo.

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jamesmmcardle

Thank you for your photo of Roger Fenton’s house. Trawling through proceedings of the Old Bailey, I found this account of a theft from the house of a Roger Fenton at St Pancras http://www.oldbaileyonline.org/images.jsp?doc=185409180073
Do you think as I do that it is likely to be THE Roger Fenton? Dates seem to match up, though he was away in the Crimea photographing (on wet plates, not daguerreotypes) in 1855.