For those who want to look at the original, the record is at http://archives.bas-rhin.fr/detail-document/ETAT-CIVIL-C375-P2-R219272#visio/page:ETAT-CIVIL-C375-P2-R219272-4088621 (second entry from top).
I think it reads "des herrschaftl. Jägers zu Preuschdorf". This would tranlate literally as "the lord's hunter in [the village of] Preuschdorf," though I think the meaning is more like "the lord's gamekeeper in the village" - i.e., making sure that the lord's manor was well-stocked for hunting and protected from poachers and from wolves or other predators.
> background reading which may help define The Manor System | Western Civilization
Generally speaking, manorial refers to the system of governance -- this is European so I'm not informed on the hierarchies of governance
Manor - Wikipedia A manor is the basic unit of manorialism, which became the dominant economic system during parts of the European Middle Ages. It defined the relationship between the lord of the manor, and serfs and free peasants who worked various plots of land.
So the man who was the manorial hunter was the Hunter, and dealt with prey of the hunt (probably) but his dues were to the Lord of the Manor, and since he was a Hunter he was a freeholder, that is he was not a slave, or serf, because he had a bow & arrow set most likely and serfs and slaves were not allowed weapons -- might be more complex than this but this is my understanding of it