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Posted by: Bill Bourbeau (ID *****5691) Date: August 16, 2007 at 11:42:40
In Reply to: Re: Marriage of Zoe Fillion circa 1875 by Libby Quanstrom of 85


My family tree goes to a Joseph Filion (b. 1821, d. 1909, buried in Lawrence, MA) who married Marceline Grenier (b. 1824, d.1902, buried in Norton, VT ).

They had several children, including a daughter named Zoe. They were living in Norton, VT near the end of the 19th century.

My research indicates that THIS Zoe Filion was married to a Joseph Ouelette. I'm unsure of the date, but it would have been before 1890. They had several children born in Norton, VT at least between 1890-1895.

Could MY Zoe be the same Zoe in the above posts and possibly been married a second time...or is it a strange coincidence that these two people had a daughter and ALL SIX share the same names?



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