Visitors Book 

Please sign our guest book below. 
On 2nd May 2019 at 19:31, Chris Naran wrote:
Visited the church today and was given a quick tour by Yvonne. What a lovely place; thanks.
On 3rd January 2019 at 19:46, Todd Chapin wrote:
Visited your beautiful church in September 2018 while it was under renovations. This is the church my ancestors were Baptized, Married and Buried in. It is a special place. Love the updates to the heating system - your church is in good hands.
On 6th September 2018 at 17:25, Maarten H. Kruyswijk MLL wrote:
I wonder if the escutcheon of my distant uncle the Rear Admiral of Holland John Snellen (1642-1691) is still hanging in your church. My parents spent their honeymoon in 1935 in Torquay and saw this escutcheon at that time in your church. My mothers maiden name was Snellen.
Here lyeth the heart and the bowels of the Right Honourable, most worthy and highly esteemed John Snellen.
On 11th January 2018 at 05:00, Justin Knight wrote:
A beautiful, interesting and peaceful Church, with a fascinating and informative Web Site.
On 28th November 2017 at 10:20, Al Griffin. wrote:
Thank you for putting on the Christmas tree fare every is a wonderful event and
starts my Christmas off in the right frame of mind.
On 28th August 2017 at 03:26, The Rev. FR. Roger Stinnett, retired in Diocese of West Missouri wrote:
You have a fine website. I love to feel my connection to the whole Anglican Communion by visiting websites in each week. Thank you for letting me "visit".
On 10th December 2016, Debbie, Feline Network wrote: 
Many thanks for our tree in your lovely Christmas tree celebration, donated by a lovely local lady, we at Feline Network charity shop are most humbled and grateful to be thought of. 
On 11th July 2016, Jacqueline Millin wrote: 
My elderly mother has attended your church for the last few weeks, yesterday whilst at the later her purse was stolen from her handbag!!! 
She was a.d still is extremely distressed, please people be aware. 
Unfortunately she is so upset she is now reluctant to return 
On 24th June 2015, Suzanne Corbin wrote: 
What a beautiful church! My British pen pal in Devon, had her grandson Christened at this church just recently. Thank you for this website! 
On 15th May 2015, Linda Walker Durand wrote: 
Thank you for your website. My 7th Great Grandfather, Deacon Samuel Chapin (w-Cicely Penny) was baptized and married at St. John's. Wonderful to see where I come from. 
On 17th March 2014, des Stevens wrote: 
I have enjoyed looking at your website and getting an idea of where my ancestors lived during the 1500 and 1600's. 
On 3rd March 2011, Sally Hodson wrote: 
Hi everyone. I was brought up in P. During the war attended, the Sunday School, cubs and Scouts in the old 'school rooms. Our choir master and organist, at that time was Gerald King and Vicar B.M. Dale. 
On 4th January 2010, Larry and Susie Doyle wrote: 
I haven't physically visited your church but have admired it on the website. My mother's family - Drews, Tribbles, Fosters and Coombes - are from the Paignton area. My great grandmother Charlotte Drew (nee Tribble) who died in 1963 at the age of 99 was born in Australia as her parents had migrated there as young newly weds. They returned when she was 16 and I think she is buried in your church yard. 100 years after they sailed to Australia Charlotte's grand daughter and her family migrated to Australia. I am a keen genealogist and would love to hear from anyone who may have information to share. 
On 28th May 2007, Mark Russell wrote: 
We were greeted most graciously in October 2009 and given a tour of the church. One of my maternal ancestors, Deacon Samuel Chapin, was baptized and married in this church. Thank you so much for a wonderful visit. Larry and Susie Doyle 
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