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Origin of Tesson Surname in France
Posted by: Walter C. Burgner (ID *****1508) Date: July 17, 2010 at 08:47:16
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Tesson-Taisson-Tisson was Lords of the Cinglais region near Caen, Normandy, France and the Castle in Thury-Harcourt. The original name of Tesson was “Ticio” This surname of “Ticio” can be traced back to a person with the surname of “Ticio” who was born about 725 in Colentine Peninsula, Normandy, France. The Taisson are of Angevin stock and applied to the residents of Anjou and its historic capital, Angers. France.
Note: Please don't write me for data on surname as this is all I have.

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