Okay, so Peter and Charlotte of Grossbockenheim in the Rheinpfalz region of Bavaria were married May 2, 1841 in the Protestant church in what appears to be Kleinbockenheim, the next town over - Gross means big and Klein means little, so these towns were basically Big Bockenheim and Little Bockenheim and today, they exist as one place, Bockenheim.
|Peter Stutzmann and Charlotte Schlick's marriage record FHL #193970|
If you're having trouble reading that, like I was, here's the record again, this time from the kirchenbuch:
So according to this, Peter's father is Michael Stutzmann of Grossbockenheim and his mother is Jacobine Blasius (even though it looks like a C and a p, those letters are a B and a s). Charlotte's (see, here you can clearly see her last name is Schlick) father is Rudolph Schlick of Kleinbockenheim and her mother is Ottilia Elisabetha D'Huy.
D'Huy - not such a German name, huh? The Rheinpfalz is not that far from France...it'll be interesting to see if I can find out where this name came from...