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St Audries
St Audries
 
 
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St Audries
St Audries
 
 
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St Audries
St Audries
View of the church yard. 
 
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St Audries
St Audries
One of the estate roads. 
 
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St Audries
 
 
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St Audries
 
 
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St Audries
 
 
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St Audries
St Audries
 
 
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St Audries
St Audries
Another view of the church yard. 
 
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St Audries
 
 
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St Audries
St Audries
 
 
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St Audries
St Audries
A drawing showing the interior of the original church building. 
 
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St Audries
St Audries
View down the drive to the mansion, the church is on the right hand side. 
 
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St Audries
 
 
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St Thomas
St Thomas
Parish church. 
 
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St Thomas
St Thomas
Parish church. 
 
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St Thomas
St Thomas
Fore Street, looking east towards Exeter. 
 
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St Thomas
St Thomas
Parish church. 
 
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St Thomas
St Thomas
St Thomas parish church, where descendants of James Mallett of Spreyton are buried. Sadly, the church yard has suffered from significant vandalism and few headstones remain intact. 
 
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St Thomas
St Thomas
Parish church. 
 
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Sticklepath
Sticklepath
 
 
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Sticklepath
Sticklepath
The village hall. 
 
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Sticklepath
Sticklepath
St. Mary's Chapel.

Until the 20th century Sticklepath was part of the parish of Sampford Courtenay, a village some miles to the north, so people either had to travel to Sampford or South Tawton for weddings and baptisms. This may help to explain why locals were so receptive to the Quaker and Methodist movements in the 18th century.  
 
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Sticklepath
Sticklepath
View of the village looking west. 
 
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Sticklepath
Sticklepath
St. Mary's chapel viewed from the east. 
 
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Sticklepath
Sticklepath
Summer house in the burial ground. 
 
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Sticklepath
Sticklepath
 
 
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Sticklepath
Sticklepath
View of the village looking east. 
 
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Sticklepath
Sticklepath
View of the village looking east towards South Zeal. 
 
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Sticklepath
Finch Foundry. 
 
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Sticklepath
Examples of tools made at the foundry. 
 
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Sticklepath
Water wheel. 
 
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Sticklepath
Finch Foundry (on the site of the former Manor Mills). Now a working museum preserved by the National Trust, for over a century it produced quality hand tools sold throughout the country using water powered machinery. For more details of the foundry museum see: "Finch Foundry - The last working water-powered forge in England" at http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/finch-foundry.
 
 
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Sticklepath
Finch Foundry. 
 
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Sticklepath
Photograph of foundry workers including John Mallett (far left, middle row). 
 
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Sticklepath
Summer house in the burial ground. 
 
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Sticklepath
Entrance to the Quaker Burial Ground where some Malletts are buried. 
 
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Sticklepath
Summer house in the burial ground. 
 
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Sticklepath
View of the village looking north-west. 
 
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Sticklepath
Plaque with details of the Trafalgar anniversary. 
 
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Sticklepath
 
 
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Sticklepath
 
 
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Sticklepath
War memorial plaque on the wall of the village hall. 
 
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Sticklepath
View of the village looking east. 
 
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Sticklepath
Close up of the Trafalgar mural. 
 
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Sticklepath
 
 
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Sticklepath
Mural commemorating the 200 year anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar. 
 
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Sticklepath
Sticklepath
View of the village looking west. 
 
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Sticklepath
 
 
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Sticklepath
The Methodist church viewed from the east. 
 

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