He married Rebecca Davies in 1815 and they went on to have two children, Rebecca Ann Jane Haskins (1818) and William Bradshaw Haskins (1827).
By 1826 he had expanded into a second shop in the Quadrant in the newly built Regent Street.
Whether this expanded business was the right way forward is difficult to tell but the advert below from 1827 looks like an attempt to sell stock at rock bottom prices - possibly a risky ploy to attract a larger market ?
In 1835 he appears to be still at the same Regent Street address but now he is a brush maker and a salesman for the "Harvey's Vegetable Anti-Drastic Pill" !
Sadly, despite having access to this wonderful medicine which cured all known stomach complaints, in 1838 he died, aged 62, from gallstones. Maybe he should have taken two pills rather than one ?