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Hoping to find scan of baptism

Query by Bawden

Hi Helpers!

I have come across something a bit odd and need some help.
This baptism:

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NFBK-FG9

of an "Aiera" Bowden appears to be a twin sister to my relative. However, the name is totally our of keeping with every single other family name for generations before and after. I REALLY want to see the original scan so I can check to see if it has been interpreted correctly, but when I go to family search and view the book for Perranuthnoe for this period, I see that at around 1770 one flick of the page takes me straight to burials. There does not appear to be a viewable record for those intervening years. The next book starts at 1814.

Is there a way I can see that 1792 entry with my own two eyes without going to Cornwall?

Thanks for your advice :)

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on 2012-12-17 22:45:21

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by noggin on 2012-12-18 07:02:05
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by janilye on 2012-12-18 07:29:23
by tonkin on 2012-12-18 07:31:42

Was your "Aiera" BOWDEN baptised 03 June 1792 in Perranuthnoe, Cornwall, to parents
William and Mary?

And, did "Aiera" have siblings named May, Margaret and Thomas?

by Bawden on 2012-12-18 23:43:13

Thanks for your replies Noggin and Janilye I will look into it.

Tonkin...

baptised to William and Mary, Yes.
but although I have lots of siblings (younger), not those ones. When were they baptised?
I have been wondering if 'Aiera' is the transcribers interpretation of 'Anne' as my ancestor (who appears to be a 'twin' is Anne. I can imagine scrawly handwriting being interpreted this way.
What are your thoughts?

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