I could have put my ancestral names in the search box, but I didn't. I want to investigate only Wiltshire records, so I clicked on the "Search" button on the menu at the top of the page, and clicked on the "Birth, marriage and death" item on the dropdown menu:
I entered my 2nd-great-grandfather's name ("james" and "richman") in the search fields, checked the "Name variants" boxes, and selected "United Kingdom" from the "WHERE" field dropdown menu, and added "Wiltshire" to the field to the right of the "WHERE" field. I added a birth date of 1821 and kept the range "+/- 2 yrs."
I clicked the blue "Search Birth, Marriage & Death (Parish Registers)" button on the screen above and received 15 matches:
The first item on the Results list was for an 1821 entry for James Richman in the "Wiltshire Baptisms, 1530-1886" database on Findmypast. That's probably my guy!
On the right of the screen above there are icons for record transcriptions (a paper sheet icon) and for record images (a camera icon). There is only a transcription for this record. Here it is:
This information was transcribed by the Wiltshire Family History Society. Thank you, Moonrakers!
I see that the baptism date was 6 May 1821 in Hilperton, with parents John (a Weaver and Lab[ourer]) and Ann.
Unfortunately, this database does not provide a source citation for the specific record. The search results do not specify the parish name which would be useful, especially for common names.
A little further down the page is an explanation of Wiltshire Baptisms, and also a list of all of the parishes included in this database.
At this time, I only see Baptisms from Parish Records, and not Marriages or Burials from the Wiltshire Parish Registers. Maybe I'm wrong?
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