Sometimes when you get an old BDM certificate, the problem with it is the writing. This time, its the photocopying. I've got a cert from Scotland 1858, and I can't quite puzzle out everything that's been written there. So, if you fancy yourself as being good at reading older writing, please feel free to have a go ;)
Just the one I'm interested in
the whole page if you want to try and compare letters...
What I think it says:
|When, where and how Married
||Signatures of parties
||Rank or Profession, and Condition (whether Bachelor or Widower, Spinster or Widow)
Relationship of parties (if any)
|Name, Surname, and Rank or
Profession of Father
Name, and Maiden Surname
|If a regular Marriage
Signatures of Officiating Minister
|On the fifteenth day of November 1858 at Maryhill, Mar-riage (after Banns) was solemnised between ?? accord-ing to the Forms of the Free Church
||?number ??? Street ????
and Agnes ???