Another surname question
In this batch,
UK, England, Northumberland—Nonconformist Church Records, 1613–1920 [Part B][MSP9-YM6] ,
there is a marriage record in the margin of the baptism record of Matthaeus Joseph Malone, entry 5. In the baptismal record, both parents would be given the surname of the child because neither one has a surname listed (as per the field help for the surname of the child) [or, by the way, is the maiden name of the mother counted as the sole surname of the mother? and therefore the father gets a blank in his surname field?].
In any case, about the marriage record. Since it is a marriage record and not a birth record, can I presume that the directive for the "child's name" in the baptismal record does not apply for the parents' surnames in the marriage record, and therefore, their surnames would be BLANK?
So, is it correct that the BAPTISM RECORD should be indexed:
Child's given name: Matthaeus Joseph
Child's surname: Malone
Father's given name: Joannes
Father's surname: Malone? or Blank?
Mother's given name: Mariae
Mother's surname: Tamney Malone? or just Tamney?
And, is it correct that the MARRIAGE RECORD should be indexed:
Groom's given name: Matthaeus Joseph
Groom's surname: Malone
Groom's Father's given name: Joannes
Groom's Father's surname: Blank
Groom's Mother's given name: Mariae
Groom's Mother's surname: Tamney