Is there someone with an account on Archion

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I hope there's someone who could make a copy of a certain source in Archion. 

I want to see if a father is mentioned in this source, so maybe someone could attached the image to this record. There's no other source available, so I hope this source gives me more information 

  • Landeskirchliches Archiv Kassel > Witzenhausen > Allendorf (Werra) > KB 1776-1821, Bild 1160
WikiTree profile: Jonas Zeiss
in Genealogy Help by Margreet Beers G2G6 Mach 7 (75.9k points)

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http://www.archion.de/p/b28150e4bd/

Put copy to the profile. You only must add that link as source
by Dieter Lewerenz G2G Astronaut (1.4m points)
selected by Margreet Beers
I'm sorry, but I don't have an account. So I'm not allowed to see the image
Sorry, mispronounced.

I put the copy to the profile.
Thanks, that would be great. Much appreciated
Dieter,

Is it possible for you to transcript that record for as much as you can read and understand it? That would help me a lot
no problem
Dieter, have you seen my second question? Could you help me with the part that is mentioned after the name of Jonas Zeis? Normally I'm able to read German, but this is a bit to difficult for me.
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Kurhessen-Waldeck: Landeskirchliches Archiv Kassel > Witzenhausen > Allendorf (Werra) > KB 1776-1821, Bild 1160

1807

Jun. 28.

H. Jonas Zeis Hautboist im ehmalign Rgmt. v. Wurmle

Margretha Elisabeth des B: und Büthners Christoph Maders T.

by Dieter Lewerenz G2G Astronaut (1.4m points)
Kurhessen-Waldeck: State Church Archives Kassel > Witzenhausen > Allendorf (Werra) > KB 1776-1821, Image 1160

1807

Jun 28.

Mr. Jonas Zeis Oboe player in the former regiment Wurmle
Margretha Elisabeth of the citizen and cottager Christoph Maders daughter
Remark to the occupation Hautboist:

Hautboist (pronounced "oboist") was first the name given to an oboe player (after hautbois, the name of the oboe in French). From the Classical period onward, "hautboist" was also an officer's rank in the orchestra and in classical harmony music, whose bearer led the wind ensemble and who also structured the orchestra's rehearsals (for example, by indicating the concert pitch). The title was also sometimes used by clarinetists or horn players, but there is no evidence of it in this capacity after 1840.

Later it became the term hoboist for a military musician in a music corps. In the infantry of the German Army, the word was in use until about the First World War.

Because he was member of the Regiment Wurmle, he was a military musician.
Dieter,

Thanks again for the transcript and the explanation. I would have never find out this information on my own.

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