"Magdeburg, 27 April 1922, appeared before the civil registry official for purposes of marriage:
1. Master baker Karl Wilhelm Jentsch, personally known, born 13 June 1867 in Siersleben, County Mansfeld Mountains (Mansfelder Gebirgskreis) [that is this place], living at Arndstraße 16 in Magdeburg, birthdate verified by parish register of Siersleben
2. Anna Emma Heinicke, no trade, personally known, born 14 December 1877 in Magdeburg Neustadt [New Town], living at Endelstraße 5 in Magdeburg, birthdate verified by birth registry number 330 of the Neustadt civil registry office.
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3. the flour trader Wilhelm Heinicke, personally known, age 73, living at Endelstraße 5 in Magdeburg [presumably the bride's father]
4. the railroad secretary Hermann Jentsch, made known through testimony of witnesses, 51 years old, living at ? 237 in Magdeburg."
There is a stamped note at the bottom of the second page stating that person 1 (i.e., Karl Wilhelm Jentsch) had died, as noted in civil registry entry 1082 for year 1936. In other words, this particular Karl Jentsch remained in Magdeburg and is not the Carl Jentsch who died 1942 in Philadelphia.