The story appeared in Gardner Dozois' 32nd edition of The Year's Best Science Fiction. It wouldn't make sense to re-tell the story here; I think the question can only be answered by people who have read it. It's not really a spoiler, and it's simple: Does the last paragraph imply that the protagonist was wrong about her daughter? (I thought not, and it didn't occur to me, until somebody else pointed it out to me; now I'm curious.) It's of course also possible that Bunker left it intentionally unclear.
Below is the last paragraph, following Rand's suggestion.
Michael did not marry again. He was devoted to his daughter and lavished all his love and attention on her. As she grew older she would sometimes speak about people in the world outside the village in strange ways, almost as if they were people that she knew. Her father only smiled at this, and didn't criticize her for her odd ideas.