Can somebody translate this marriage record for me?

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Hello this is the 1878 marriage record for my great-great granduncle, Jan/Johann Hruska. I am looking to determine where they lived in 1880 as they are not with his parents or any of his known siblings at the time. I believe that gaining a translation would help guess what happened to them especially since they have such a detailed amount of information in this record.

Here is the link: http://portafontium.cz/iipimage/30061351/domazlice-57_1960-o?x=229&y=640&w=264&h=99

 

Thank you,

 

Mike Hruska
WikiTree profile: Johann Hruska
in Genealogy Help by Michael Hruska G2G6 Mach 5 (53.0k points)

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Your great-uncle Jan Hruška was shoe maker's apprentice in Domažlice (that's city). His dad was Martin Hruška and his mother was Anna born Doubková.

His wifer was Markéta Wilhelmová. Her father was August Wilhelm and he was working as watchmaker in Bavaria in Germany. His wife was Marie Helena Nunner (I'm not sure about that one asi it is really hard to read those records) also from Bavaria.
by Martina Porvichová G2G Crew (910 points)
selected by Michael Hruska
I can't believe that I never responded to this! I am sorry and thank you Martina! This helps a lot!

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