The Baptist chapel was founded in 1690, first built around 1776 and includes a burial ground,. The Baptist chapel has since been converted to a house. (JB)
The Wesleyan Methodist chapel was built in 1837 and replaced with a new building in 1873. The Methodist chapel is now the Village Hall. For information and assistance in researching these chapels, see our non-conformist religions page. (JB)
Maltby le Marsh is both a parish and a village that lies about 4 miles inland from Mablethorpe and the same distance north of Alford. The land used to be mostly marshy, fen-like ground, but has since been properly drained. The parish covered 1,377 acres in 1842, 1,408 acres in 1900. Earl's Bridge connects this parish with Mablethorpe.
The village of Maltby le Marsh has become a sizable one. If you are planning a visit:
By automobile, the village is at the intersection of the A157 and the A1104.