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Notes continued: In the 1881 Census, one Emley Swaine was found living with Hannan's parents and listed as granddaughter aged 4. She was still living with them in the 1891 Census, only this time spelt as Emily Swaine, and again listed as a granddaughter. At this time her presumed sister, Mary Elizabeth Swaine, was living with her mother and step father Henry Simmonds, at a different address. This suggests that Hannah had at least two daughters with John Swaine, but Emily it seems, never lived with her mother and step father Henry Simmonds. No further information regarding Emily was found after the 1891 Census.

Hannah's daughter Mary Elizabeth, married William Henry Brown at Bradford Cathedral on 18th May 1891, when her address was shown as 21 Hare Street, Bradford. In the 1911 Census, she is listed as a widow, living in Leeds with her niece Clara Briggs, who was age 15.