UK, England, Middlesex—Parish Registers, 1539–1988 [Part B][MSP4-D3Y]
Share batch https://www.familysearch.org/indexing/batch/336611ce-0caa-4f6e-8e0d-82b98bd61e59 what is the symbol in the first line?
I can see F
In any case, you are not compelled to index whose inscriptions you can't see at all. Please, if there is a batch difficult to see, kindly do return it and go for a clearer one.0
All other relationships are spelled out, wife, son, daughter. It looks like an s with some other squiggles. I'd lean toward its meaning being "servant" since the surnames are different. It appears in a couple of other lines also.0
Yes, I think servant as well. Just wanted to see if anyone else had seen it before. Thanks for your response.0
I have just come to review this same batch, and was puzzling over that symbol. I looked through the reference images and found an entry on the -5 image, fifth down the page reading . . .
Robart symbol unto Mr Bayley . . .
That is good enough to accept the symbol as 'servant' as I've seen many other entries from this period refering to the deceased person as servant to another person. Hope that helps.1