|Frances Catherine||Born 1841, hotel keeper/milliner, unmarried, died 1919 Islington district.|
|Alexander||Born 1843, publican/cellarman, married Helen Love, probably died 1901.|
|Mary Elizabeth||Born c.1845, hotel keeper/milliner, unmarried, died 1917 Islington district.|
|William Robert||Born c.1847. Briefly landlord of the King's Head Hotel, Epsom c.1904/5 and petitioned against for bankruptcy in 1905. Married Flora (died 1887), 1892 Esther Burford (died 1898), 1899 Mary Furze Smith (nee Terry - she was divorced - died 1902) and 1904 Louisa Mary Ann Sandwell (nee Woolverton, widow). Died 7 June 1906, then living in Canonbury.|
|John||Born 1848, barman/labourer/publican, married Elizabeth (who probably died 1900). Died 1928 Hammersmith district.|
|Charles||Born 1852, various occupations, married Lucy Blunt. Died 1937 Edmonton district.|
|Sarah Jane||Born 1855, married James William Todd. Died 1939, lived Bishopstone, Bucks.|
In a match at Feltham on Saturday, between Feltham and Richmond Town, an extraordinary bowling performance was witnessed. GC Vassila, one of the Richmond bowlers, took eight wickets for nine runs, clean bowling seven wickets in eight balls - four in succession. Vassila has bowled in thirteen matches for Richmond TCC and has secured seventy-two wickets for 225 runs, counting one innings only to each match, and has on three separate occasions done the hat trick. On Monday, August 6th, he clean bowled three wickets in three balls; on Tuesday, August 14th, he clean bowled four wickets in four balls, and on Saturday, September 1st, he clean bowled four wickets for four balls. His average is 3.9 runs per wicket for the season.