Unfortunately, none of those names match up to what I have.In the 1891 census, I have an Emily Exon (widow)44 years of age (putting her birth therefore around 1847.she is living with Frank H (son of 23 years of age); Ellen M (daughter of 21 years of age); Polly LEES (niece of 8 years of age) and, what I believe to be my ggrandmother, Elizabeth H CUTLER.
The census lists Emily as a "Publican Beer House Keeper - employer), Frank as a "chemist" and my Elizabeth as a "barmaid/dom. servant"
Perhaps your William had a brother that married this Emily - who's to say right?
I will keep the information at hand, should I come across any further that might solve the 100 year old mystery in our home