Houses, landmarks, institutions and other buildings

I hope to find out more about each house and the families that lived there. Have you looked at a house history in Sticklepath? Do you have a photograph either recent or historical? Do you know of a name change for example – this can be very helpful. Could you write something to add to this page (of course acknowledging your work). I would love this to be a collaborative project. Alternatively can we link to your work elsewhere about Sticklepath? Contact All items however brief, stories photos or facts welcome.

Some ideas about how to start a Sticklepath house history can be found here

For details of the listed buildings (created Feb 2021) see here. For latest on Historic England (beware other places called Sticklepath) they have requested people add more information to their database if you have any.



Bridge Cottage – (or see William Hellier) and resident George Hooper

East Okement Farm – not in Sticklepath but the children came to Sticklepath School. Interesting report (external link)

Ska View Cottages A series of blog posts : A, B, C, D.

Tawside (in South Tawton Parish).

Trafalgar Lodge – South Tawton Parish. Believed built 1920s (2020 sales brochure)


Post Offices.

Sticklepath School (I may have more, do contact me.)

Sticklepath’s Pubs The Cornish Inn Sales Particulars 1857

St Mary’s focus on window memorials


The Bridge, Sticklepath Bridge or Taw Bridge


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