The record had a decent amount of information. I was able to find out their occupations. My grandfather was a brass molder and my grandmother's occupation was listed as housework. The record has birth dates and places of birth for my grandparents. It also includes the names of my great grandparents and their places of birth and occupations. My great grandfather was a hatter. I found that occupation listed for several of my grandmother's family members.
This was a first marriage for both my grandparents. Considering that my grandmother was only 16, I guess that way a good thing. My grandfather was 22.
One of the most interesting things that I found on the marriage record was a note written at the bottom and signed by my great grandmother. The note read "I hereby give my consent to the marriage of my daughter" and was signed "Cora Manis". That was the first time I had seen the handwriting of my great grandmother. I assume she had to sign and give her consent since my grandmother was underage. Both of my grandparents signed the marriage record.
My grandmother died when my mother was fifteen, so I had never seen anything written by my grandmother before this either. It was fantastic to have the records and to be able to see the information.