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Ashprington is a village and civil parish in the South Hams district of Devon, England. According to the 2001 census the parish had a population of 428. The village is not far from the River Dart, and is about three miles south of Totnes.
Ashprington (AISBERTONE) is mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086) with four servants, seven villagers and eight smallholders, a total of 19 people.
The church of St David is fifteenth century, although the font is Norman. There are many carvings within. The communion chalice is pre-Reformation (13th century). The west tower is earlier than the rest of the church; it is tall and of four stages. The south aisle, south porch and the north side of the church are all battlemented. There are monuments to Sir John Kelland of Painsford (died 1679); John Kelland (died 1711); and Jane Pownoll (died 1778).
- Pevsner, N. (1952) South Devon, Harmondsworth: Penguin; pp. 40-41
- Media related to Ashprington at Wikimedia Commons
- Devon Local Studies - Ashprington community page
- Parish Councillors
- History of Ashprington
- Ashprington in the Domesday Book
-  Ashprington & Tuckenhay Web-site
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