Hannah does not appear to have been well provided for by her husband or her children. In the 1891 census she is living in a widow's home at the Hand in Hand asylum in Hackney. There is no record of her death.
Emanuel Leon: Emanuel never married. In the 1871 census he is living at 42 Mary Street, Merthyr Tydfil, aged 28, unmarried, pawnbroker. Living with him is his eldest sister, Melina, aged 27, also unmarried. In later census he is listed as a traveller in cigars/tobacco dealer, and a lodger at various addresses in Lancashire. He died in 1919 in Prestwich, Lancs.
Melina Leon: In 1886, at the age of 40 Melina married Louis Symons, a widow aged 60, in the Western Synagogue, London.
Louis Leon: Louis married Rosetta Davies, born in London, at the Western Synagogue London in 1878. He was a watch importer. They had three sons - Joseph, Reginald and George. He died in Fulham in 1905.
Alfred Leon: On 6 Jul 1880 at St Paul’s Church, St Pancras, Middx: Alfred Leon, aged 26, commercial traveller, of 10 Merchant St, Bow, commercial traveler, married Edith Fanny Glasier, aged 22, spinster, of 517 Caledonian Road, Islington, daughter of Samuel Glasier, chemist. They had a daughter, Edith and two sons. But in 1886 Alfred pleaded guilty to bigamy for feloniously marrying Emily Elizabeth Elisha. He was sentenced to five years but released from prison in 1890. He married again in Newton Abbot in 1906. There is no more information about him.
Adolphe Leon: In the 1891 census at 15 Alfred Place, Holborn, London: Adolphe Leon, aged 30, unmarried, lodger, dental surgeon, born at Bath. In January 1893 aged 32 he marries Georgina Reisdale aged 21 In London. Adolphe's profession is now listed as Commercial Traveler. It seems that he marriage did not last as in December 1893 Adolphe went to New York where he died in 1940.