More details from an IGI entry in Genealogies
(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:1:991S-DT5 : accessed 16 April 2022), entry for the marriage on 12 March 1860 betweeen Jak Ulrich GUBLER and Katharina SCHAERER at Stäfa, Zürich, Switzerland.
I would dearly like to know if the bridal couple's parents were named in the documentation.
Can anyone help me with directions of how I can find out please?
Welcome to the "Community.FamilySearch" Forum.
I am just another 'lowly' User/Patron ...
Just in passing ...
In regards, to the "International Genealogical Index" (I.G.I.) ...
Short Answer: 'No', what you 'see', is what you get.
Although, from: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:1:991S-DT5
The original 'FamilySearch Person Identifier' (PID), for Jak Ulrich GUBLER, that was 991S-DT5, is now K8KW-ZSB
But, again, unfortunately, there are NO Parents associated there either.
Even more unfortunately, you DO NOT even have the option, to send a 'Message', through "Users Messaging", in 'FamilySearch' (or, even, E-mail), to the User/Patron, who submitted, that I.G.I. record/entry; being, rhkuhn1296417.
I am sorry ...
It appears, that you are out of luck.
Just my thoughts.
I know, that this certainly does not help/assist; but, I just want to be up front.
That uploaded GEDCOM appears to match some pedigree information imported to Family Tree from an earlier system. This means the information comes from family records, the validity of which is to be determined. Jak[ob] Ulrich Gubler's PID is K8KW-ZSB. One daughter has sources attached and her husband has source hints waiting. See his descendancy tree:
I just did a quick search and find FamilySearch has not yet indexed any historical records for this couple, despite having indexed many for their contemporaries. So the couple's names may be a little different than the family history says.
FamilySearch has 611 historical records of persons named Gubler in Zurich Canton in the years 1800-1900:
That is a small enough number that you could easily attach all of them to Family Tree and in the process the family of interest to you may pop out of the crowd.0
Thank you for taking the time to consider my query.1