George Bailey married Helen/Eleanor Hill (censuses list her name as Eleanor or Helen).
According to the 1841 census, George and Helen lived with their children William George Bailey (5) and James (3), Jane (2) and another James (20) and John (20).
In 1851, they lived at 5 Beaumont Place in Saint Pancras. The children are listed on the 1851 census as William (age 15 and a French Polisher), James (13), Eleanor (7), John (5), Charlotte (2), Anne (1).
The 1861 census shows George (47) and Eleanor (49) living with their children at No 24 Filzroy Place in St Pancras: Eleanor (17), John (15), Charlotte (12), Ann (10), and Emma (5). George's profession is listed as "Wood Sawyer". John Bailey is listed as a "French Polisher" (like his brother William).
By the 1871 census, George and Helen Bailey live with her brother (William Hill - age 50 - Boot Maker) and their daughters, Anne (20 and domestic servant) and Emma (15 and dressmaker), at 138 Drummond Street in St Pancras.
At age 69, Eleanor Bailey is listed as a widow receiving Parish Relief on the 1881 census.
(Census research kindly found by Anthony Barrier)