|Charlotte Frances||1824-54||Married Rev George Bell of Guernsey.|
|James||1825-85||Lt.Col Royal Guernsey Milita; married Mary Brock Potenger.|
|Richard Charles||1826-57||Captain 64th Foot (North Staffordshire Regiment), killed in action at Cawnpore,
India during the Indian Mutiny; married Anne de la Combe Bell.
|John Dobrée||1829-83||Rear-Admiral RN, latterly Superintendent of Portsmouth Dockyard;
married Marianne Watson Anderson.
|Katherine Carterette||1831-1909||Married Maj-Gen John Blackwood Cromie de Butts, RE.
Lived at Horndon House, Ewell – see St Marys' Appendix 4.
|Mary Coutart||1834-90||Married Rev Haydon Aldersley Taylor, sometime chaplain of Parkhurst Prison.|
|Harriet Amelia||1839-1919||Married Brownlow Poulter (barrister and JP).|
'What a miserable day it had been: and how cheerily the fire sparkled as I lay back in my easy-chair one memorable evening in December 1861. My wife, chatting and working, was sitting opposite; the cat, blinking at the merry blaze, purred on the hearth-rug; the kettle, the sweetest lecturer on social science in all England, was unburdening its views on the hob; and on that low but genial throne of love I lay back comfortable and happy. Perhaps the more happy inasmuch as I was tired, not with idleness, but with good hard work. All that afternoon I had been assisting a day-labourer to clear and tidy a pocket-handkerchief garden which my predecessors had left planted with bricks, blacking bottles, old shoes, and such other savoury sorts of rubbish.'
'My Dear Sir, the colonel has just come from the Horse Guards; telegraphed for by DAG this afternoon. A great deal more shine about that Trent job than we thought. We are all ordered off for Canada. You are told off for Newfoundland and sail next Saturday in the Liverpool packet. Parade tomorrow at ten for inspection; all hands …'
|Mathilde/Matilda||1819 Naples – 1883 Cheltenham||Resided in Guernsey for most of her life; unmarried.|
|Louisa Ann||1824 Naples – 1878 Doncaster||Married Rev Henry Frederick Brock.|
|Harriet||1826 Guernsey – 1906 Guernsey||Married Maj-Gen Robert Barlow McCrea.|
|John Francis||1828 Guernsey – 1905 Ewell||Married Jane Elizabeth Robin.|
|Mary Jane||1854 Naples – 1940||Married Radclyffe Walters of Ewell; lived at Persfield, Ewell until her death.|
|Emily Frances||c.1858 Jersey – 1942||Married Lt Frederick Estcourt Poulter RN* 23 Jan 1883 at St Mary's, Ewell.
Widowed in 1907 and latterly lived at Red Cottage, 9 Ashdown Road, Epsom.
|Louisa Mildred||c.1860 Jersey – 1909.||Unmarried; latterly lived in Southsea, Hampshire.|