Entries other than the baptisms
UK, England, Northumberland—Nonconformist Church Records, 1613–1920 [Part B][MSPF-N2B]
The 3rd entry of the 1st image --- is this a death record in the left column?
The 2nd image: 1st entry --- is this also a death at the bottom of the entry?
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I think a rough translation of the note in the margin of the 3rd entry of the 1st image is that the child was originally baptised at home as he was thought to be in danger of death (peri[culum] mortis) then brought to church on 6th September (ad eccls portatus), but there is no mention of actual death or burial. I think the note on the 2nd image confirms this as the child obviously lived until at least 1942.
For this reason, you wouldn't need to index anything to do with those notes as they are not indications of death, burial or marriage.
I hope this helps
The entry you mention on the left page says mortus, so is likely to be a death entry and the one on the right page says contraxit which would probably mean it is a marriage entry! I am no expert at this!
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Upn rechecking my work I noticed on the entry with the word mortis that in the left column it then has a confirmation date. This indicates the child lived so I am puzzled over this entry. I"m not sure how to proceed. Jane0
Thank you very much, that helped a lot. It now makes sense. You are so kind to help those of us with questions. I truly appreciate your efforts.
It's a pleasure to help when I can!