1851 census records the family living at 1 Shaftesbury Street Hoxton.
William Holllings is now 57 and a general dealer. His wife Mary is 50.
The children remaining at home are Mary Ann, Charlotte, Alfred and Emma.
Mary Ann Hollings married Thomas Arthington Bristow in 1852. Her sister
Charlotte married William Henry Tapley the following year in 1853.
the time of the 1861 census William and Mary Hollings had retired
and moved to the Herefordshire village of Hoarwithy. They lived
with their married daughter Mary Ann Bristow and her four children
Mary Ann, Alice Eliza (future wife of Lambert William Harris)
Ellen (known as Nellie) and Alfred. Sadly Alfred Thomas William
Bristow died in 1864 aged four.
William and Mary Hollings son Alfred had not moved to Herefordshire but
remained in Clerkenwell where he married Mary Ann Luscombe in 1862.
William Hollings lived to the age of 72 and in Hoarwithy in 1865. His
wife Mary died 2 years later in 1867 also in Hoarwithy. Their daughter
Emma Frances Hollings and her cousin Mary Ann Bristow who had been employed
as a school mistress both moved to Wales to the town of Crickhowell.
In 1868 Emma married David Maddocks Rumsey a local publican in Crickhowell.
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