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Re: A helpful clue to understanding the Cessna family history
Posted by: Thurman Sisney (ID *****0519) Date: January 22, 2008 at 11:34:07
In Reply to: Re: A helpful clue to understanding the Cessna family history by Heath Seymour of 485

The name Cessna and Cesna were fairly common incorrect ways of writing the name Sisney. Names evolved in those days when many did not write. While one clerk may get it wrong, there were numerous clerks involved in recording the name Sisney in various ways. How do you explain all those various ways of writing the names? Do you believe it impossible that the name Cessna could evolve, become a permanent way of writing a name that was obviously written that way many times? The weight of evidence is that you are a descendant of the Sisney family. Do you have any verifiable prood that any of the Cessna family migrated to Kentucky?


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