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From: "Michael Nott" <>
Subject: Re: Quakers at Sible Hedingham
Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2001 16:14:57 gmt
I am not an expert on SH, but I do not know about a Quaker Meeting House. There
was the Castle Hedingham Independent Meeting House (still there) whose records
are on the IGI.
Some members broke away from the CH Independent MH and formed the Sible Hedingham
Baptist Church in 1803 (ish. Their records are not on the IGI, nor is a copy
at the ERO. I have a transcript of the minutes, but I am Chicago for the next
two days. i will look up for you on my return. My interest is that my NOTT's
were some of the founders.
>My family - the KING family - are mentioned on the Earls Colne web site as
being buried in the Quaker Burial Ground @ Sible Hedingham. Where would I find
the registers for these please? Would they be buried in a separate plot at the
local Church & would I find the burials in the C of E Church there?
>Can anyone assist me please?
>Jenny in AUS