Mangreen Mangreen Hall; Hall Farm; cottages near Norwich.
18th century Mannington Hall, part restored by the author Horatio Walpole.
|Mani(n)ctuna: King's land, in the custody of Godric; William de Warenne. 2 mills. 40 goats.|
Now Manson Green.
|Mantatestuna: King's land, in the custody of Godric the steward.|
Formerly Cherry Marham because of its many cherry trees.
|Mar(e)ham / Marsam: Ralph from William de Warenne; Hermer de Ferrers; Abbot of Ely before and after 1066; Hugh de Montfort. Mill. 4 cobs, 6 cows, 300 sheep.|
|Markeshalla / Merkeshala / essal(l)e: Ralph de Beaufour. Church, 2½ mills.|
Scattered; church with an hour glass for timing sermons.
|Marthingheforda / Merlingeforda: Count Alan.|
Titus Oates' father was rector here in the early 17th century.
|Marsham: King's land, formerly Harold; Bishop William. 6 beehives.|
Broadland. In its huge church, a inscription (1730), by Christopher Burraway, the illegitimate child of an incestuous union, to his wife Alice reads, 'in this life my sister, my mistress, my mother and my wife'.
|Marcham / Martham: King's land, also in the custody of Godric; Count Alan; Bishop William; Abbot of Holme. 2 churches, 2 salthouses.|
Now 2 villages, Great Massingham, with a pond and green, and Little Massingham.
|Marsincham / Marsingharc / Masincham / Masing(h)eham / icham: King's land, formerly Harold; Guy d'Anjou from Count Eustace; William de Warenne, formerly Alflaed, a free woman; Ralph FitzHerlwin from William d'Écouis; Roger Bigot; Ralph from Reynald FitzIvo; Berold from Eudo FitzSpirwic. ¼ salthouse. 260 sheep.|
|Matelasc / lesc / Matingeles: King's land, also in the custody of Godric the steward; Count Alan and Ribald from him.|
Small market town. The church's 18th century barrel organ is still in use.
|Mateshala: William de Warenne; Abbot of Ely; Ralph de Beaufour.|
|Maltebei / bey / by: King's land, in the custody of Godric; Hugh from William d'Écouis. 18½ salthouses, ½ mill.|
Mayton Hall; moated site.
|Maidestuna: Albert from Roger de Poitou. Mill.|
Church with a Norman tower and possible Reubens triptych; Hall and park which was enclosed by one of the earliest charters in England, c.1290.
|Maeltuna: Roger Longsword, Ansketel the Reeve and Roger from Bishop William. Church. 8 cattle.|
Birthplace of artist, Sir Alfred Munnings (1878-1959), son of John, the miller.
|Men(da)ham: William de Noyers; Bishop William; Frodo from St. Edmund's.|
Church with a Saxon wall and north tower; hall. Edward FitzGerald, translator of The Rubaiyat of Mar Khayyam, died here (1883).
|Meretuna: Ralph Baynard. 24 pigs.|
Bordering the fenlands. The 14th century peasant rising started at Methwold Hythe, a nearby hamlet.
|Matelwalde / Methelwalde: King's land, in the charge of William de Noyers; William de Warenne and Simon and Walter from him. 2½ mills, 7 fisheries, 27 beehives. 800 sheep, 12 cattle.|
|Hametuna / Metune: Roger Bigot. Mill.|
Middleton (in Forncett) Lost.
Middleton (near King's Lynn)
Middleton Tower, a moated brick house with a gate tower.
|Mid(d)eltuna / Mildetuna: Ribald from Count Alan; Richard from St. Edmund's; William d'Écouis; Aethelwold from Hugh de Montfort. 2 mills, 18 salthouses, 2 fisheries.|
Straggling; remains of Mileham Castle nearby; church with 14th century glass.
|Mele(ha)m / Milham / Mulcham / Mul(e)ham / Mullam: King's land, in the custody of Godric, and a widow from the King, also in the charge of William de Noyers; Count Alan; Bishop William. 2 mills, salthouse, woodland for 1140 pigs.|
|Meltinga: Bishop William.|
Morley St. Botolph
|Morlea: William de Warenne; Hugh from Ralph de Beaufour.|
Scattered; church with a Saxon tower and arch, and a 6th-7th century cemetery.
|Maringatorp / Torp: Count Alan; St. Edmund's and Robert de Vaux from it. Church, mill.|
Marshland; tumuli nearby.
|Marstuna / Merstona: King's land, also in the custody of Godric; Thorold from Roger Bigot.|
Moulton St. Mary
Several moated sites.
|Modetuna / Mothetuna: King's land, also in the custody of Godric.|
One of Norfolk's biggest greens.
|Molkeber(tes)tuna: Roger Bigot, formerly a free woman; Richard from Ralph de Beaufour.|
Small seaside town.
|Muleslai: William de Warenne. Church.|
|Mondefort / Mundeforda: William de Warenne; Roger Bigot; Abbot of Ely. ½ mill.|
Scattered; one ruined church and another with a Norman doorway.
|Mundaham / Mundhala: King's land, in the custody of Godric; also in the charge of William de Noyers; Thorold, Ulfketel and Robert de Vaux from Roger Bigot; Jocelyn from St. Edmund's; Nigel and Ansger from Robert FitzCorbucion; Isaac; Roger FitzRainard; Ralph FitzHagni. ½ church. Horse at the hall.|