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Marjorie Lou Coons was born to Roger Horace Coons and Helen Josephine Carlson Coons on May 30, 1949. She was the second of their three children, her sister having been born In 1946. He brother was born In 1954.
The Coons family has deep roots in Chautauqua County, New York. The Peck and Fuller families of her paternal grandmother were among the early settlers in an area known Kiantone.
Marjorie’s maternal side were immigrants from Sweden. Her mother Helen’s father immigrated in 1909. Her mother’s maternal grandfather immigrated in the 19th century.
Marjorie married James Howard Torn in 1991 (official filing date January 1992 in Columbia, IL), after which time both changed their legal surname to Coons-Torn.
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