Does this help?
At our Mens monthly meeting held at ye meeting house in Burlington ye 12 of ye 10 month 1700 (December)
Jarvis Pharo desires of this meeting a certificate concearning his clearness as to marriage & conversation he being intended to marry one Elizabeth Willis near [Jerico?] on Long Island. Richard Ridgway Juni’r desires ye like he being intended to tak her sister Marry Willis . John Shinn & John Day desired to make inquiry concerning them as usuall
At our monthly meeting held at ye meeting house in Burlington ye 6th of ye [2nd mth?] 1700 ( ancestry says 06/01/1700) would be 1700/1)
The friends appointed to enquire of ye of ye clearness & conversation of Gervis Pharos & Richard Ridgway Junier being answer y’ they find nothing to contradict their prosedings but yf they are clear as relating to Marriage & their conversation is according to truth whereupon ye meeting orders certificate to be made ready against ye next meeting.
At our Mens Monthly Meeting held att our Meeting house in Burlington ye 3 day of ye 3 mo’th 1700/1701 ( ancestry says 3 March )
A certificate according to ye order of ye last meeting in behalf of Richard Ridgway Juni’r & Garvis Pharo was red & subscribed in behalf of ye meeting.
Haverford College; Haverford, Pennsylvania; Minutes, 1678-1737; Collection: Philadelphia Yearly Meeting Minutes New Jersey Burlington Burlington Monthly Meeting Minutes, 1678-1737 images 182, 183, 184 viewed on ancestry.co.uk
The next one is clearly in 1709, not 1708 as indexed by ancestry. (seems a long time between getting the certificate and marrying)
Whereas there hath been an intention to Marr[ ] between Richard Ridgway son of Richard Ridgway of ye province of West New Jersey & Mary Willits daughter of Hoop & Mary Willits of Jerusilem in [guans?] County on Long Island
These are to certifie ye truth to all people whome itt may concern that Richard Ridgway and Marey Willots having laid their intentions of marriage before two severall meetings of our mon[ ] women friends by whome ther were defered to wait until inquiries was made concearning their clearness from all others in Relation to Marriage & persons being appointed by said meetings to make [ ] concerning ye same And at their second coming before siaid meeti[ ] all things being found clear as by Inquire &by certificate from frie[nds] at Burlington did appear friends gave their concent to their professings to ye accomplishing of their afore said intentions AND accordingly on ye ninth day of ye eighth month in ye year one thousand seven hundred and nine Att a meeting orf ye people of god called Quakers and at ye house of Hoop Willits aforesaid And with concent of parents [ye ] The said Richard Ridgway takeing Mary Willits by ye hand and declare[ ] as followeth In ye presence of god & before this assembly I take this friend Marey Willits to be my wife promissing to be a loveing & faithfull husba[nd] uto her til death separate Mary Willits likewise declared friends in ye presense of god & this assembly I take this friend Richard Ridgway to be my husband promising to be a loveing & faithful wife to him to dea[th] shall separate. And we w’ose names are under written are witnesses
Richard Ridgway Mary Ridgway
Hugh Coporthi Nathaniel Pearcall Thomas Powell. Tho Powell Benjamin Seamans John Powell Titus Titus, Mareh Willits Samuell Browne John Ha[ ]ington Martha Seaman Margaret Slites Martha [Persall?] Hanna Seamon Martha Titus Hope Willits Marey Willits Richard Willts Samuel [Ti-us]
Swarthmore College; Swarthmore, Pennsylvania; Marriages, Births and Deaths, 1677-1765; Collection: Quaker Meeting Records; Call Number: MR-PH 55 New Jersey Burlington Burlington Monthly Meeting Marriages, Births and Deaths, 1677-1765 (image 61/143) viewed on ancestry.co.uk
Note square brackets, my interpretation or where I was uncertain; some gaps at ends of words as they were on the fold