No sooner had I published my paper of Thomas and Sarah Families than I found a further, complicating piece of evidence. I reported there was no evidence of the occupation of Thomas, the husband of Sally Isherwood. However James, the eldest of four children from Walmersley baptised as the children of Thomas and Sally, conveniently remarried in 1846 reporting his father as Thomas, a carder. This weakens my argument that the recorded occupation of Henry’s father as a spinner is significant, unless it introduces a new family. Indeed it increases the likelihood it was recorded in error. I have reworked and republished the paper.