. His son, Thomas Playters (died 1479) held Wilborne manor and advowson in
, Sotterley, and Ugshall manor in Suffolk. He was buried in Sotterley church. Hi son William Playters (died 1512) had a son named Christopher Playters (d. 1547.)
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of this family name include: Plater, Plator, Playter, Playtor, Platter, Plattor, Plaitor, Plaiter, Plaitors and many more.
Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: George Playter, who arrived in Canada in 1797; Thomas Playter and Aaron Playter, who settled in Ontario in 1825; Elizabeth Playter, who came to Canada in 1832.