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As we figured it out in the comments, the second entry is a proclamation record (see the abbreviation procl. in the record), the first one an actual marriage record (identified by the word/abbreviation copul./copuliret). The correct dates would then be May 12 1689 for proclamation and May 28 1689 for marriage.


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I’d say it’s “Anna Schucharten”. It looks like there’s some additional letters right after Anna at the end of the first line, but it wouldn’t make much sense, so I guess it’s just a bleed-through from the next or the opposite page.


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