Thank you, aksamitnik. When I saw "Hawlik" entries in the indices, I started wondering, is the "co" really just a "w" or "m" or something else? And you verified it. Now to get it fixed out on the web!
I looked through "H" in the index for marriages, as well as "F" for the Faimon/Fajmon groom, but did not find anything in the 1810 or so timeframe. I think I found Josefa's death record:http://actapublica.eu/matriky/brno/prohlizec/7002/?strana=15...
25 Nov 1839, age 50, which would make her birth year about 1789.
The birth index starts at 1784. I don't see her in 1789, but is there one in 1793?http://actapublica.eu/matriky/brno/prohlizec/8327/?strana=19
There are 5 "H" entries for 1793; they are on this page and the next:http://actapublica.eu/matriky/brno/prohlizec/6999/?strana=10
It looks to me like the "Josefa" entry that looks like Hawlik in the index looks like Holy in the book. (right side). And the one at the top of the next page isn't an "H" entry at all.
Whew! Going back two images to image 8, right side, 5th image down. At first from the index, I thought this was a Havlik, but now I suspect it is Havlicek. Feminine would be Hawlikin or something like that for my Josefa. So I haven't really located any Havliks in this area. Now I am wondering where I saw the name. I forgot to document it.
Thanks for all your help. If Josefa wants to be found, I imagine she will get me to the right spot.