The Kenwigs family are neighbors of Ralph Nickeleby's clerk, Newman Noggs. The little girls “had flaxen hair, tied with blue ribands, hanging in luxuriant pigtails down their back; and wore little white trousers with frills about the ankles…”
Jessie Wilcox Smith. The Children of Dickens by Samuel McChord Crothers. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925.