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Sparta Funeral Homes

  • Location of Sparta within Michigan

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    Sparta is also known as: Kent County / Sparta village.

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  • History

    The Sparta area was first settled in 1844, with the township formally organized in 1846. The first settler in what is now the village was Jonathan Nash in 1846. Calling the place Nashville, he built a sawmill on Lick Creek. Subsequently, he changed the name of the creek to Nash Creek. Seeing as there was already a Nashville in Michigan, the state legislature suggested Sparta. The village was platted in 1867 and incorporated in 1883. In recent years due to the growth of the Grand Rapids metropolitan area the town has developed a more suburban flair as subdivisions of tract homes have been built in large numbers over the last decade. In the early to late 1960s, Sparta was home to Fenton Records, an independent record company and recording studio. The label recorded many local bands, as well as other Michigan garage bands. Due to the limited runs of the records, Fenton vinyl 45rpms are highly collectable, often selling for hundreds of dollars each. Many of the records were recently compiled on a CD called Scream Loud!!!: The Fenton...

    The official website for the city of Sparta is http://www.spartami.org/.

    There is currently 1 funeral home listing for the city of Sparta, Michigan.

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Hessel Cheslek Funeral Home
88 E Division St Send flowers
Sparta, MI 49345