I'm unable to decrypt some word in a Latin church record of a death in 1769. It is available at Matricula Online (the second last entry on the page). Since the image is licensed CC-BY-NC-ND 2.0 I cannot reproduce it in part here. Because of the NC I'm not even sure if I can reproduce it in full. So I'm sticking with the link.
I think the entry reads
Die 29 aprilis mortus est Antonius Schmölzer rusticus rite provisus causa mortis fuit hydrops cum gfritot [?] humatus et tumba 1 May etatis fuo 69 annorum.
which I interpret as
On April 29th provided with the last rites the farmer Anton Schmölzer died by cause of oedema with ?. He was buried in the grave on May 1st and was 69 years old.
I'm not even sure if the word is in Latin. Anybody recognising this word?