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- may indicate that Malpas was not a Norman 'New Town', but an Anglo-Saxon burh.[citation needed] After the Norman conquest of 1066 Malpas is recorded as being...
- Malpas could be: Malpas, Cheshire, England Malpas, Cornwall, England Malpas, Newport, Wales Malpas, Doubs, a commune in the Doubs department, France Malpas...
- Motherwell. Captain Malpas lifted the trophy when Craig Brewster scored the only goal in the 1994 Scottish Cup Final win against Rangers. Malpas won the SFWA...
- Malpas is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Charles Malpas (1899–1982), Australian inventor and businessman Jeff Malpas, Australian...
- continental traditions, Malpas has also been at the forefront of contemporary philosophical research on the concept of place. Malpas is also active in commenting...
- city. Malpas lies within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The Truro River from the city to the village form part of the Malpas Estuary...
- Viscount Malpas. The family seats are Houghton Hall, Norfolk, and Cholmondeley Castle, which is surrounded by a 7,500 acres (30 km2) estate near Malpas, Cheshire...
- Lac de Malpas is a lake at Malpas in the Doubs department of France. Lac et Tourbières de Malpas, les Prés-Partot et le Bief Belin (in French)...
- to life in prison in June 2019. The son of Cheshyre Malpas and his wife Louise Marie Marcelle Malpas, he was educated at Taunton School and St George's...
- St Oswald's Church stands on the highest point in the market town of Malpas, Cheshire, England, on or near the site of a Norman motte and bailey castle...
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