|후임||서색슨인의 왕 체울린|
|자녀||치사(Cissa), 취멘(Cymen), 울렌칭(Wlencing)|
- Henry of Huntingdon. Historia Anglorum. ed. Greenway. p.97. Footnote57.Greenway suggests that "No genealogy of the South Saxon royal house survives and none seem to have been available to Henry. The death of Aella and the succession of Cissa are probably deduced from ASC 477 and 491.."
- Heron-Allen. Selsey Bill. Historic and Prehistoric. Duckworth. Ch.VII pp 88–90 Heron-Allen discusses the confusion by historians about the location of Cymens'ora and argues the case for it being Keynor
- Bede, Ecclesiastical History, II 5.
- Henry of Huntingdon. Historia Anglorum. ed. Greenway. Sources section p. lxxxvi. "Henry was one of the 'weaver' compilers of whom Bernard Guenée has written. Taking a phrase from here and a phrase from there, connecting an event here with one there, he wove together a continuous narrative which, derivative though it mostly is, is still very much his own creation,..."