My 5-times-great-uncles Charles and John Howes were living with their sister's family (my direct ancestors) in 1851. Ellen, Charles and John were all born in Cork, the latter two in 1834 and 1836 - Ellen's birthyear is a matter of confusion because of inconsistent census records. On a death record for "Ellen Mullings" in 1891 it says she was 75, so 1816 might be likely even though that's a misspelling of 'Mullins'. On the 1851 census and Ellen's marriage in September 1835, Howes is mistaken as 'House', but one of her kids' baptisms says her maiden name was definitely Howes. I searched for John and Charles' births and I MIGHT have found John - baptised 29/6/1836 in Middleton, a Martin Howes being listed as father. But that would have made him 14 on the census. Charles and John were said to be lawyers, which makes me think the Howes family might have been moneyed - lawyer doesn't sound like a typical young immigrant's profession in the 1850s, especially since Ellen's husband was a brick-layer. But that's wishful speculation.