That's probably because PA wasn't mandated to keep vital records until 40+years later.
The only items that LDS would have, that I could find, pertaining to Greene County marriages in the time frame your interested in is attached below. I'm not saying your Henry and Susan will be found within these records tho.
Marriage records of justices of the peace, Greene County, Pennsylvania, 1841-1895
compiled by E. M. Thralls
Contains records of William H. Johnson 1875-1879, Enoch Mapel 1885-1895, Jefferson Dye 1882-1891, J.R. Tygaard 1865-1867, Fletcher Brock 1841-1844, and William H. Johnson 1880-1882.
FHL US/CAN Film
1318254 Item 4
Marriages compiled from Greene County, Pennsylvania records 1780-1885
compiled and edited by Richard G. and Malvine B. Zollars with added information by the authors
authors :Richard G. and Malvine B. Zollars
974.883 V2z FHL US/CAN Book On loan
(this is a book. I found more on this book too:
Bibliography Entry: Zollars, Malvine and Richard. Marriages Compiled from Greene County, Pennsylvania Records 1780-1885. No place: Privately printed, 1987.
Location: Available to view at the Cornerstone Genealogical Society (144 E. Greene St., PO Box 547; Waynesburg, Pennsylvania 15370).
Looks like the Iowa Genealogical Society (see their webpage) also has a copy of this book.
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