This baptism record is from Creuzburg, in 1758. The bits in brackets are the bits I'm having trouble with.
20.† Anna Maria, [Vyl] Nicolaus Beckens, Ackermanns
zu [Elmau] töchterlein ist den 11. Juli abends 9. uhr
u. zwar 3. stundte vor ihres seel. (seelig) Vaters Todt geboh-
ren, u. den 12. dito, daselbst getauft worden.
Spond Fr. Anna Maria, Hans Georg Martins, Schalthei-
sens zu Buchenau Ehefrau, [erhel…] des Kindes Groß-
Anna Maria, [?] Nicolaus Beckens, Ackermanns of [?] young daughter is on July 11th at 9pm, although 3 [stopped in front of her ? father's death,] and ditto on the 12th, baptized there. Sponsors Ms. Anna Maria, [?] Georg Martins, [?] Zu [Buchenau] wife, [?] the child's grandmother.
- There is a town named Elmau, but it is over 500 km from Creuzburg, and as far as I know, no connection.
- There is a tiny town named Buchenau, but it is 63 km from Creuzburg, and again, no known connection.
- For Johann Nicolaus Ackermann's own family I have documented him and his parents as having come from and lived in Creuzburg. Assuming he is the correct father, Anna Maria's grandparents would be named Henrich, Hermann, Magdelena, and Anna Martha.
Johann Nicolaus Ackermann and Anna Margaretha Schuchardt are who I thought were her parents, but this makes me wonder if that is incorrect.