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The Brereton effigy was ordered in Sir Randal's lifetime.As alabaster is not native to Cheshire it is likely to have been made from stone quarried near Burton on Trent. The church is dedicated to Oswald, King of Northumbria, killed in battle against Pendra, the King of Mercia in 642. The brief notes on the church that follow are from this source.Against the south wall are three 15th century stalls with misericords. Bishop Heber, who wrote some well-known hymns including, had a connection with Malpas. There are also many references to the family in the baptism register. Bishop Heber's was connected with the Nowell family of Read near Whalley in Lancashire.He was born in 1775 at the Higher Rectory when his father was rector of the Higher Moiety of the parish. Scenes from his life are shown in the lower part of the East window. At Malpas there is the remains of a motte and bailey castle north of the parish church but there is no evidence for the bailey.

Sir Hugh the elder died in January 1596/7 (tomb at Malpas) and he was succeeded by his son, Hugh the younger.

Also his son and heir, Hugh Cholmondeley, Knight attaining the age of 50 departed this life AD 1601 and lies here.

Also his wife the Lady Mary who after the death of her husband, on account of her very dear affection for him, for love of him had this monument erected AD 1605.

It shows Sir Hugh Cholmondeley, who died in 1596, and his second wife Mary.

The east side of the tomb shows Sir Hugh's son, Sir Hugh the younger and his wife Mary Holford.

Sir Hugh the elder died in January 1596/7 (tomb at Malpas) and he was succeeded by his son, Hugh the younger.Also his son and heir, Hugh Cholmondeley, Knight attaining the age of 50 departed this life AD 1601 and lies here.Also his wife the Lady Mary who after the death of her husband, on account of her very dear affection for him, for love of him had this monument erected AD 1605.It shows Sir Hugh Cholmondeley, who died in 1596, and his second wife Mary.The east side of the tomb shows Sir Hugh's son, Sir Hugh the younger and his wife Mary Holford.Malpas had been the centre of an Anglo-Saxon estate and parish and was an important town on the Roman road from Chester to the south. The Jubilee hall was built for Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee in 1887.