Anna Maria and husband Karl were married first in the Protestant church of her native Britzingen in 1877. Three weeks later, they became parents of a daughter, Anna Maria, who was baptised in the same place. A son, Karl Friedrich, followed a year later.
Two years later and eight kilometres down the road, however, son Ludwig was christened in St Bartholomew's Catholic Church in Heitersheim. And two years after that, Karl and Anna Maria remarried (or, perhaps in the Catholic perspective, married for the first time) there. The record is in Latin as well as difficult German script, but a phrase about "impediment of mixed religions" can be made out. According to volunteers at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, the mayor was a witness.
All subsequent children were baptised in St Bartholomew's.
Karl's parents are the same in both records. Anna Maria's are listed as Johann Barthl. Nussbaumer and Judith Gassert in the Protestant record but do not seem to be named in the Catholic entry.
Anna Maria's death is recorded in the Protestant church book, unlike Karl's, so it seems that ultimately she did not convert to Catholicism. Hopefully a researcher fluent in German script can someday translate the second marriage document for more details.
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