Personal memoirs of Moses Aaron Sisco/ transcribed by Robert Matthews.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Shelby County Public Library - Genealogy||H 921 SISCO (Text)||78731000184166||Genealogy||Reference||-|
- Physical Description: 64 pages.
- Date Published: 2003.
|General Note:|| Full text located at http://www-epi.soph.uab.edu/cisco/document/mosessisco.pdf.
William Leon Cisco obtained the diary from his grandfather, Moses Aaron Sisco. Leon also inherited the 123rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry reunion ribbons his grandfather had saved from each of the reunions he had attended (approximately 30In 1997, Robert Matthews obtained the diary from Leon's son, David, and evaluated the pros and cons of typing the faded, pencilled notes that Moses Sisco had written approximately one hundred years before. It soon became apparent that the transcription of the diary would require a large amount of time, and it was decided that the burden should be split up amongst several people.Celeste Jackson Cisco, David's wife, talked to her mother, Joy Jackson, about working with the diary. Ms. Jackson had the monumental task of transcribing the original diary onto a legal-sized notepad. After this was completed, the legal pad was sent to Sharon Cisco Parish in Franklin, Indiana. She turned the pad over to her daughter, Lisa Ann Wallace. Lisa then began the time consuming task of typing the hand-written notes into a word-processing document on hercomputer. Robert Matthews added chapter headings, graphic design elements, and produced the diary in its current form. Photographs of Moses Sisco and a complete genealogical record of him, his ancestors and descendants can be found on the following web site: http://www.epi.soph.uab.edu/cisco/htm
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