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Sparkwell

Sparkwell is a small Devon village in the South Hams local authority.[1] It has a church[2]

Vicars of All Saints, Sparkwell 1884-1911 Pender Hodge Cudlip 1911-1947 Thomas Woodman 1917-1924 Ernest Arthur Milne 1924-1931 Edward Harold Smith 1931-1942 Frank Philips Short 1942-1945 Walter Kenrick Knight Adkin 1945-1949 Norman Henry Clarke (Bishop of Plymouth & Archdeacon) 1955-1960 Royce Wyndham Stevenson 1960-1962 Michael Ashley Mann 1962-1973 Derrick Wilfred Reynolds 1973-1985 Frank Richard Heasman (Died in 1985 at Bovey Tracey) 1985-1987 Reverend Kenneth Newing conducted service at Sparkwell until a new vicar was in place. 1987–present Freddy Denman

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Coordinates: 50°24′14.03″N 3°59′52.51″W / 50.4038972°N 3.9979194°W / 50.4038972; -3.9979194


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