The wedding entry is the second entry for 1767 on the web page:
The transcription of this report is (handwritten entries in italics):
“^The Banns of^ Marriage between John Maishman & Anne Angel each of this Parish have been
publish’d Feb’ry 15’th 22’d & March 1’st 1767 by Mr. Arthur Atkinson Curate
No. 189 the stated John Maishman of this Parish Weaver
and Anne Angel of the identical
Parish Spinster have been
Married on this Church by publication of Banns
this second Day of March within the Yr One Thousand Seven
Hundred and sixty seven by me Arthur Atkinson Curate.
This Marriage was solemnized between Us } The Mark of + John Maishman
} The Mark of + Anne Angel
Within the presence of Ann Banks
The supply quotation for this report is:
“Wiltshire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1916,” listed database with report photos, Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com), Lacock > 1754-1771, web page 64 (picture 74 of 98), John Maishman and Anne Angel marriage entry, 2 March 1767.
That is an entry within the Lacock, Wltshire parish register. It’s an Authentic Supply with Main Data and Direct Proof of the wedding of John Maishman and Anne Angel on 2 March 17677 in Lacock. John Maishman was the son of John [and Jane (Crook)] Marshman, and Anne Angel was the daughter of Thomas Angel and elizabeth Hiscock of Lacock.
John Marshman (1747-????) and Anne Angel (1750-????) are my 4th great-grandparents; they’d no less than 6 kids, together with my third great-grandmother Ann Marshman (1784-1856).
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