Henry FOLLAND  described himself as a blacksmith of St Giles in the Wood in his will. He did not mention a wife or children. Most of his brothers and sisters were given the proverbial shilling. His nephew Henry FOLLAND , a smith living with him was given five pounds but his house, blacksmith shop, tools and materials he gave to his sister Esther CLARKE .
After Henry died in 1836 young Henry  went to live with his mother’s brother in Upton Pyne and became an agricultural machine maker.
Henry CLARK , the son of Esther CLARKE  was apprentice to Samuel LYNE  in Dolton in 1851. Samuel and Henry are fourth cousins. He had married Ann RUSTON, they had had a daughter and with his brother John were living in Cripplegate, Middlesex in 1861. By 1871 he was an engine smith living in Finsbury. As machinery became more popular many Blacksmiths converted to the care of engines in this way.
Michael FOLLAND  was a second cousin to Henry . The first mention of him being a blacksmith was when his first child was baptised in 1820 in Merton. He was a blacksmith on the censuses between 1841-
His son Thomas FOLLAND  was working with him in 1851 but we have not found any record of him after that.
William Henry BIRD  was a second cousin once removed to Henry FOLLAND . In 1881 he was a blacksmith living with his parents in Northam. His father was a lime burner. He married Alice BROAD and had children in Clifton, Bristol before living in Knowle, Bristol where he was a blacksmith in 1891 and 1901. He moved within Knowle to a house with a tobacconist shop. He was then a blacksmith employing two of his sons, Thomas Earnest and Oswald Henry, his daughters Lily and Dora were Tobacconist Assistants working at home and his other son Arthur William was a Newsagent Assistant working at home. He died in 1920 when he was an engineer and probate of his will was granted to his sons Thomas Earnest and Oswald Henry who were also engineers.
John NETHERWAY  was a first cousin twice removed to Henry FOLLAND . When he married Mary DYMOND  in 1840 in Exbourne he was a blacksmith and continued to be a blacksmith on the 1841 and 1851 censuses. He died in 1852 aged 43. Mary, his wife, married his brother Harry NETHERWAY in 1854.
His father William NETHERWAY  was recorded as a blacksmith in the Exbourne baptism register at the baptisms of his children from 1814 to 1829 and on the 1841 and 1851 censuses. He died in 1851 aged 52.
Thomas NETHERWAY  was the brother of John NETHERWAY . He was a blacksmith with his father in 1851 and on his own in 1861. By 1871 he had taken on the veterinary skills to become a farrier. He died in November 1871.