In my records from the church records of Tura Luka, I already had the marriage information for Paul Holic and Elizabeth Welowjak. They were married there on 17 November 1788 "Paulus Holic honestus juvenis hujas sub 331 copulatus est honesta virgine Elizabetha Welowjak Maniensi die 17 Nov. Testibus Praesentibus, Georgio Dudik, et Joanne Brusska."
In going through the Myjava church records I found the companion marriage record since Elizabeth was from there. "Honestus juvenis Turoluca Paulus Holics Joanis filius sub No. 331 cum honesta virgine Elisabetha Joanis Vdovjak filia." [Myjava Evang. Church Records, Marriages 1783-1805, FHL Film #2408361] Note that most of the information is the same. However, the Myjava records definitively give the fathers of the bride and groom. In the case of the bride, this is new information. In the case of the groom, it contradicts what I already had. I had Paul as the son of another Paul, baptized on 24 August 1767. Perhaps this is incorrect. Or the Myjava record got his father's name wrong.
Luckily I have the death records of both Paul and Elizabeth. I posted images of them here. In Paul's death record his wife's name is given as Elizabeth Worodjak and his age as 62. I accepted the four year discrepancy in his age, but now with the added information his father was Jan, I know I need a different Paul Holic than the one I had. Likewise, I can look at the wide variety of Elizabeths baptized under the name Welowjak, Worodjak, and Vdovjak, which must be variant spellings of the same name. From her death record I know her approximate birth year of 1770 and now her father's name. I'm so glad my eye keyed in on this name, which I was not looking for at all. Of course, I so rarely see Paul Holic in genealogical records I immediately went right to it. It's my father's name as well.