It's the 3rd from the top on the left hand side. I can read 19 June 1697 Richard son of Richard Cornell, something (mar?) & Mary, Latin word, then an address something lane something, 28 days old. I'm wondering if the Latin word after Mary might mean "his wife" because it is present in other baptisms on that page. This entry appeared whilst searching for a pre 1697 marriage for Richard Cornwall to a Mary. This couple had four children baptised at Kelvedon, Essex, Richard, Joseph and Judith all on 6 Jan 1697 and Mary 10 Nov 1700, I haven't been able to find the marriage for Richard and Mary. So when this baptism popped up it caught my interest when I saw the year 1697. The image for the 1697 Kelvedon baptisms had the word age and a space for both Richard and Joseph but unfortunately the space had been left blank, so it's obvious that Richard was born well before 1697.