Malew Church is one of the most ancient parish churches of the Isle of Man, dating from the establishment of the parochial system in perhaps the twelfth century and the Church remains officially the parish church for the parish of that name (which includes Derbyhaven, Ballasalla, Grenaby, Ballamodha and St Mark’s, but no longer Castletown).
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2 thoughts on “Malew Church”
Both my grandparents and uncle are buried in this little churchyard.
Pam this is a beautiful little Church and I often have a wander around it 🙂