Before posting this question, I glanced through meta (especially Are questions on reading of old handwritings on topic?) and judged this to be on-topic: please let me know how I can improve if that is not the case.
I am currently working on deciphering a marriage certificate that appears to use Kurrent handwriting:
(You can click to enlarge somewhat: I blurred out the actual names.)
The headers are obvious to me, but I am really struggling with the handwriting. I've come up with the following so far, with (?) representing a dubious previous section and "?" representing a completely indecipherable word.
- October 13
- Proclamation dispensirt durch (?) ? ? ? d.d. October 8, 1865
- Dienst (?) zu ?, geboren November 13, 1837
- Mädchen zu ?, geboren July 28, 1834
- Tagslöhner (?) zu Wischner (?)
- Tagslöhner (?) zu ?
- ? ? zu ?
I noticed that the same phrase ("zu ?") occurs four times, for the groom, bride, father of the bride, and presiding cleric. Based on these marriage records from a similar time period, I assume the "banns" column just indicates a series of Sundays, and I'm presuming that most of the content under the names is employment + employer.
Any help would be most welcome!