Place:Malew, Isle of Man


Alt namesKirk-Malewsource: Family History Library Catalog
Coordinates54.1°N 4.633333°W
Located inIsle of Man     (1000 - )
Contained Places
Inhabited place
Castletown ( 1000 - 1777 )
Derby Haven
St. Mark's
source: Family History Library Catalog

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Malew is a parish in the Isle of Man. It is in the sheading of Rushen together with the neighbouring parishes of Rushen and Arbory.

Malew parish covers an area from Langness Peninsula and Scarlett up to Foxdale, and includes the villages of Ballasalla, St Mark's and Derbyhaven. The area includes both Ronaldsway and Balthane Industrial estates and the Isle of Man Airport. Geographically it also includes Castletown, but that town is administered separately. As a result, there is a small exclave of the parish which includes Scarlett Point.

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