I have found the marriage record of Nicolas Choquet and Claudine Groet, the parents of Carignan-Salière Regiment soldier Nicolas Choquet who married Fille de Roi, Anne Julien. I can read enough of it to be sure it is the right marriage record, but I could use some help interpreting part of it.
Archives départementales de la Somme, REGISTRES PAROISSIAUX ET DE L'ÉTAT CIVIL DU DÉPARTEMENT DE LA SOMME, Amiens (paroisse Saint-Leu) : baptêmes, mariages, sépultures 1559-1642, image 412 of 913, left side, fourth entry under May 1632, marriage of Nicolas Choquet and Claudine Godoet, (https://recherche.archives.somme.fr/ark:/58483/a011261413210mUtVie/1/1 : accessed 12 Sep 2020)
The link will take you to the first page of the film and then you have to use the viewer to move to image 412.
In the left column, I'm not sure, but I think it may be recording the reading of the bans and then the date of the actual marriage ceremony. Can anyone confirm for me what it says in the left column?
There is also a notation above Claudine's name that I think says St-Germain, which is another parish in Amiens where several family members were also baptized. I think it means one or both parties were residents of the parish of St-Germain. Any thoughts?