What is the surname?
UK, England, Northumberland—Nonconformist Church Records, 1613–1920 [Part B][MSPZ-GQ9]
The second entry on the second page is puzzling me. The surname on the left is Davidson, but when you look at the mother's name it appears to begin with a B. \
Is the entry or James Hugo or is the first name Jannes Hugo.
Does the mother's name consist of three names plus her maiden name of Hanna?
I am unable to make sense of this entire entry and appreciate the expert advice I always get from you.
At the bottom there is a marriage of Emily Maud Brown to ? Hugo.
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I think the surname is Davidson: I assume there was insufficient space to put it after the mother's names as done with other entries. I think the child's forenames are Joannes Hugo and mother's forenames Theresae Annae Birji?t*. I think that last name is a garbled Latinisation of Bridget, the last two letters look like us but probably should be ae. I'm not sure, I haven't studied the handwriting to see if I can do a better interpretation, someone else might be able to do better, or you might be able to work it out now you have a starting hint! I have found other records to support John Hugo Davidson and Theresa Ann Bridget Davidson.
Thanks for your input, pretty amazing how your figures our Briji*. I had studied and studied the handwriting and simply was stumped. Your help is so appreciated.