I've found the record of the marriage of my 8x great-grandparents. However, I've actually found two different records that both appear to document their marriage, on two different dates.
Hans Friderich Illert was from Mihla, Germany. His father was Berndardt Illert.
Anna Christina Friderici was from Ifta, Germany. Her father was Johannes Friderici. He is listed in different places as the 'pfarrer' or 'pastoris' (German vs Latin, I think) in Ifta. (Both areas were almost entirely Lutheran.)
First entry, from Mihla:
Second entry, also from Mihla:
- 1690 entry #93, marriage dated DOM Exaudi 1689. According to https://kirchenkalender.com/, that would have been May 12, 1689.
Also unusually, the marriage appears to have taken place in Mihla. Both of these entries are from Mihla, and there is no entry in Ifta. (I presume it is because, had the service taken place in Ifta, the pastor of the marriage service would have also been the father of the bride.)
The first child of the couple is documented as born in Mihla on 31 March 1690. The next child I've found was born 13 Oct 1694.
Can anyone help understand why there would be two entries for this couple's marriage, and which might be the actual date?