3 USE W?LDC*RDS
Wildcards are symbols that substitute letters, and are particularly useful for names with a variety of spellings. Each website operates its own unique wildcard policy though, so check the small print first. On Ancestry and Findmypast an * represents any number of consecutive characters (so Johns* would find Johns, Johnson, Johnston, Johnstone and other derivatives), while ? represents a single character (so Br?an would find Brian and Bryan).
It’s quite normal to find that some letters have been mistaken for others when old handwriting has been transcribed to create the online index. The letter n could be mistaken for rr, the letters f,s, l, t and k are frequently confused, as are the letters a,e, o and s, so using wildcards instead of these letters might just help.