Family #76 in the 1834 Grimm census.
There is a typographical error in the entry for Johann Friedrich Schmuch. It says he was only 4 years old in 1816, making his birth year 1812. It states he died in 1825, when he was 13 years old. On the next line it says he was married to a woman named Elisabeth and they had a daughter who was a year old in 1834. This is not possible.
At first I thought the error was in his birth year, that he was 14 instead of 4 in 1816. But that still didn't account for him having a child in 1833 with a woman who was born in 1815. The error is with his year of death. It says he died in 1825, but I think it should be 1835. Although yes, this is the 1834 census, it didn't come out until February 2, 1835. This means that Johann Friedrich could have passed away in January 1835 and there was time enough to update the census records.
If he was born in 1812, he would have turned 22 in 1834. He had a wife who was 19 in 1834, and the two of them had a daughter who was just one year old at the time of the census.
1834 Grimm Census, Family #76 
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