Massachusetts, Town & Vital Records, 1620-1988

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What does this text mean?  What does Mary Stoddard have to do with Philip and Anna's marriage.

"Fox, Phillip and Anna Willcutt, Apr. 9, 1815

Philip of Boston, s. of Philip dec. and Anna, a. 26 y., and Mary Stoddard, d. of Elliot and Sarah, a. 17 y., Feb 7, 1847.* (Intention recorded)

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WikiTree profile: Phillip Fox
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It looks like it is a marriage intention between Philip of Boston and Mary Stoddard on February 7, 1847.  I read this as Philip is the son of Philip Fox and Anna Willcutt and he and Mary Stoddard intented to marry.  This profile (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Fox-973) is the son of Philip and Anna and he did marry a Mary Stoddard.
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Ooohhh - the next sound you hear is a big forehead slap!  I forgot Philip had a son Philip.
No worries Jo.  I figured you just didn't see the son. :)
The son's death record has father born in Lincolnshire, England.  Ha!  Not Cohasset.  Now maybe I can find his parents.

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