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Coleman's

21st December 2011

Viv Challans:

St Michael's Church Playden records are stored at Lewes. We do have a copy of some old records - these are available on-line for free though at https://www.familysearch.org/ - just enter surname Coleman and residence Playden and you'll find them. Regards, Peter, Churchwarden

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Coleman's

9th September 2010

Tj Lawless:

Hello.
It is my understanding that there is history of the Coleman side of my family in the Playden church. Is there anyone out there that may be able to help me with this. I live in Southampton so not able to just pop by to check out this lead for myself just now. Any help will be gratefully received.
Thank you,
TJ

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Elliots Family Tree

30th October 2009

Peggy Elliott:

Dear Philip,
are you still researching? I have a bit more information.
contact me directly on peggyelliott115@btinternet.com

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Elliots Family Tree

3rd July 2008

Philip Brooker:

I am doing my family tree and James Elliott is my 3rd Great Grandfather but I do not have much information on him except that he lived at Scots Float, Playden. Can anybody help

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Elliott of Scots Float

21st June 2008

Neil Davenport:

The entries are in the Church Records, the only extra information available on the transcript I have is the date of burial 12/5/1866 & 6/1/1869.

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Elliott of Scots Float

8th December 2007

Peggy Elliott:

There is a grave stone in Playden Church for James Elliott *7.2.1786, + 6.5.1866 and of his wife Anne Elliott *8.4.1783, +31.12.1868. Are these deaths recorded in the churches record books and do they give more information?

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Hoad Mill House, Playden

4th November 2006

Mim Nash:

Hello,
Does anyone have any information about Hoad Mill in Playden. According to the 1881 census it was owned by a widower John Nash and his family, and a servant called Ann E Carter. Ann was my husband's grandmother. She married a Nash in 1897, but he wasn't from the Nash family living in the Mill.
Any help appreciated, many thanks.

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