Spark, Thomas an English clergyman, was the son of Archibald Spark, minister of Northrop, in Flintshire, and was born in 1655. He was educated at Westminster School and Christ Church, Oxford, which he entered in 1672. After his ordination he was appointed chaplain to Sir George Jeffreys. At his death, Sept. 7, 1692, he was rector of Ewehurst, in Surrey, to which he had been instituted in 1687; of Norton (or Hogsnorton), in Leicestershire; a prebendary of Lichfield and of Rochester, and a D.D. He published a good edition of Lactantii Firmiani Opera quoe Extant, ad Fidem MSS. Recognita, et Commentariis Illustrata (Oxon. 1684, 8vo): — and Note. in Libros Sex Novoe Historie Zozimi Comitis (ibid. 1679, 8vo). They were translated by another person into English in 1684.