Only Matilda's eldest sister Harriet married to Lewis Samuel (a cousin). Their youngest son Isaac Bunford Samuel proved the wills for all his unmarried aunts.
In the 1861 census, Henrietta, now a widow is recorded living in 21 Upper Westbourne Terrace Paddington with her two daughters Emily and Maria. Their sisters Sarah and Emma were also living in Paddington.
Emma and Sarah Samuel are recorded as living with friends in Paddington in the 1871 and 1881 census. They both died in London were their youngest sister Mary Ann also died.
Matilda's cousin, Samuel Moses Samuel, son of Moses Samuel, all gave a donation towards the purchase of the land to extend the Burial Ground in 1861.
The probate records for both sisters were proved by their nephew, Isaac Bunford Samuel, son of her sister Henrietta and her husband Isaac Samuel (a cousin).
Matilda's sister in law, Hetty Samuel (wife of her brother David) also died in Bath in May 1867 (grave 81). In 1922 her son J Bunford Samuel exhumed Hetty's body and transported it and her tombstone to Philadelphia where her husband David was buried.