The image below has been clipped from the Marriage Certificate of my 3rd great grandparents Mary Symons and John Billin. That marriage took place on 5 Feb 1839 in the Chapel of Helston in the Parish of Wendron in the County of Cornwall.
It is all quite easy to read, except for three words (which are in round brackets). I apologise for the quality of this image but unfortunately it is the best I have to work with, and the certificate has only just been obtained from the General Records Office.
The full sentence to which the words belong is below the image. The words visible in the image are bolded, and those handwritten are italicised.
Married in the Chapel of Helston according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church (???????? ???????? ???????) by me, J.W.Johns Curate
Does anyone have any thoughts on what the three words in brackets might be?
From the christening records of Mary's younger siblings (those born after 1820) it appears that the Symons denomination was Methodist. I am only now starting to examine how and when my ancestors changed their religions, and wondering whether the words I am unable to read may offer another clue.