Hannah Wolfe, dressmaker, married Harris Freedman, a pawnbroker from Glamorgan, at Bath Synagogue in March 1861. Harris died in 1862 a month after being hit on the head by a ‘powerful man’ whilst in Rhymney. Following his death his father refused a post mortem despite the fact that the doctor put Harris’ death down to the blow, consequently nothing further was done.
Their son Solomon died in 1864 at the age of two. In 1865 Hannah married John Corbet who a fishmonger born in Poland, though he later turned to painting and decorating. They moved to Southampton and then to Leigh on Sea.
They had six children who became respectively a house decorator, a teacher, a silversmith, a watchmaker, a teacher of music and a carpenter. John Corbett dies 1 June 1928 Rochford Essex Hannah Wolfe dies 1 March 1929 Kidderminster.
Frances Wolfe married Frederick Elias Frielich in 1870 (born in Hessen) and they lived in Portsea where Frederick was a fishmonger. They had three children; Solomon, Rachael and Phoebe. Frederick died in 1896 and Francis in 1902, whilst living in Bristol, which is where she was buried. We assume she had been staying with Phoebe as she was living there with her husband, Sydney Rosen.