He married Elizabeth Shiers at St Andrew, Holborn in 1807; both were from that parish.
Christening records in 1813 at St Pancras for two daughters show their address as Charlton Street, Somers Town, Camden and their father as a silversmith.
The christening record of a son at the same church in 1817 shows his address as Somerset Street and his father still a silversmith.
The UK Census of 1841 for Water Lane, Blackfriars shows him as a modeller and at the same address in 1851 still a modeller but also a pensioner of Silversmiths (benefit?). In 1851 his wife Elizabeth was living with a son Charles, a victualler, at Bull’s Head Inn, Ewell, Kent
His wife Elizabeth’s burial aged 65 years was recorded at St Martin in the Fields in 1852; her last address was in Hayes, Middlesex.
The England & Wales Death Index for Camberwell Registry records his death in 1861. No age or last address is shown in these records.