The image below is the burial record of a woman that I think I can prove to be my 10th great grandmother, Margarett Dayworthie, who married Peter Blackwell on 30 Nov 1587 at East Quantoxhead, Somerset, England, but I am struggling to read a few words from it.
A transcription of it has been indexed by Ancestry.com in its Somerset, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1531-1812 as:
Name Margaret Blackwell
Event Type Burial
Burial Date 9 Nov 1625
Burial Place East Quantoxhead, Somerset, England
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Map 9786
Spouse Peter Blackwell
My reading of the image is:
[two words] the [word probably being ninth] day of November
was buried Margarett [word which seems close to Blackwell] the
wife of Peter Blackwell
I am fairly confident that the "word which seems close to Blackwell" really is Blackwell but is anybody able to make out what letters are written in the first, second and fourth words prior to "day of November"?
The same two starting words seem to be at the beginning of each burial record in this register. See below for some more examples: