Maarten van der Hoogt and Aaltje de Bruin are my fourth great-grandparents. They lived in quite a few places during their lives: Hazerswoude, Zevenhuizen, Moerkapelle, Leiderdorp, Kouderkerk, probably more - towns and villages in the same region in the province Zuid-Holland. I still miss quite a few vital records for them. But with all the scans available on the FamilySearch website it should not be hard to find those.
I had in my notes that they probably married in Hazerswoude. And sure enough, I found them in the church books there:
Maarten van der Hoogt, from Hazerswoude, and Aaltje de Bruin, from Zevenhuizen. Pro deo. Banns 27 July 1791. Attest for Zevenhuizen given 7 August.
OK, banns in Hazerswoude because Maarten van der Hoogt lived there at the time. But they married in Zevenhuizen. And scans from Zevenhuizen are also on FamilySearch:
This one is harder to read. But I think I transcribed, interpreted and summarized it correctly:
Banns on 27 July 1791, married on 31 August. Maarten van der Hoog [sic], born and currently living in Haserswoude, and Aaltje de Bruin, born in Moercapel [Moerkapelle], currently living in Zevenhuizen.
Great! So I can fire up my genealogy software and add 31 August 1791, Zevenhuizen, as marriage data!