|Medelagie: Hereford Church.|
|Malveselle: Roger de Lacy, formerly Aelfled , a woman.|
|Malveselle: Gruffydd of Maredudd.|
St. Ethelbert's well.
|Maurdine: King's land; Roger de Lacy; Stephen. Mill, fishery.|
|Merstune: Herman de Dreaux.|
|Merstune: King's land, formerly Queen Edith; Godmund from Roger de Lacy; William d'Ecouis; Rayner Carpenter.|
|Matma / e: Odo from Roger de Lacy; Aethelhelm from Drogo FitzPoyntz; Urso and Walter Ponther from Pershore Church. Mill.|
Maund Court and Common nearby.
|Mage(ne) / Magga / -e: Nigel the Doctor; Roger de Lacy and William from him; William d'Ecouis.|
|Malfelle: Ingelrann from Roger de Lacy.|
Middleton on the Hill
Scattered. Moor Abbey, a moated house, once belonged to the monks of Leominster. One of only 14 villages in Britain to be 'doubly thankful'; that is, to have seen the safe return of all its inhabitants who fought in both world wars.
|Miceltune: King's land held by Bernard from Durand the Sheriff.|
|Midewde: Gilbert FitzThorold, formerly Earl Harold.|
|Mildetune: Osbern FitzRichard.|
|Moches: St. Guthlac's Church; Ansfrid from Nigel the Doctor.|
The 19th century compiler of hymns, Sir Henry Baker, was vicar here.
|Leine: St. Peter's of Castellion from Ralph de Tosny. Mill (25 sticks of eels).|
|Manetune / itone: Alfred of Marlborough, formerly Earl Harold.|
Monnington on Wye
|Manitune: Roger from Ralph de Tosny, formerly Earl Harold.|
|Mortune: Hereford Church.|
Moreton on Lugg
Large; Moreton Hall.
|Mortune: Hereford Church. Mill.|
Scattered; Leighton Court.
|Cuure: Alfred of Marlborough, formerly Earl Harold.|
|Merchelai: King's land, formerly Earl Harold; Lyre Church; William FitzBaderon. Mill.|
|Moneslai / Muleslage / Muneslai: Ralph from Roger de Lacy; William FitzBaderon; William FitzNorman; Humphrey de Bouville.|