This genealogy thing is definitely a strange and wondrous hobby albeit obsession. I certainly appreciate comments and questions from one and all.
And I certainly am thankful to Randy in California, when in his comment to my recent Post Part 546p, he asked “Had this parish register been transcribed by the Old Parish Clerks site for the county?”
My thoughts were that I had, sort of, but as with most things, my mind was off on another tangent when Randy’s question triggered an “Aha” moment. I remembered that I just might have filed a 4-set of microfiche at my local Family History Center (FHC). And I did! The set of microfiche, FHL , which I had ordered from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City is “The Register of the Parish Church of St. Leonard, Downham”, by William Bennett Price.
This transcription of the St. Leonard Parish Register is considered, I believe, in the vernacular of today’s genealogy a secondary source. A great piece of work or transcription… and at the same time I have, on loan at the FHC the microfilm, FHL  of the actual Parish Registers for Downham, 1653-1900, possibly a primary source.
In Part 546p I presented an image of the Downham Chapelry Register Page which include two October Baptisms. My question was whether the surnames of the two Williams baptized on 6 April 1788 were either Parker or Tasker. Thank you Randy in California and Mary Alice in Internetland for your thoughts and comments.
The 1980 transcription work of “The Register of the Parish Church of St. Leonard, Downham” indicates that the two Williams are indeed Taskers, and not Parkers. In this case I can say that I am right being wrong.
But wait til you see and read what I have discovered with the assistance of the 1980 transcription work.
Stay-tuned for my next and subsequent Posts.