|Maidenbroche / broca: Bishop of Winchester.|
|Malpertone / Malperettona: Geoffrey from Thurstan FitzRolf. 2mills. 17 cattle.|
18th century manor house.
|Mercesberie / beria: Glastonbury Church. 29 pigs.|
|Mulselle / sella: Hugh from Alfred d'Epaignes.|
17th-18th century Marston House.
|Mersitone / tona: Roger Arundel. Mill.|
Once made cider.
|Merstone / tona: Count of Mortain and Robert from him.|
House with a 13th century hall.
|M(a)ertoch / tocha / Mar / Mertocha / Maertoc / toca: King's land, formerly Queen Edith. 2 mills, fishery. 300 sheep.|
Iron Age lake village, now on its own 'island' above the moors; 14th century Fish House; manor house, once the summer retreat of the Abbots of Glastonbury.
|Mere / Mera: Glastonbury Church. 3 fisheries, vineyard.|
|Melecome / coma: Robert d'Auberville. Mill.|
Beautiful Tudor manor house, seat of the Horne family, one of whom was 'little Jack Horner' of the nursery rhyme. 4 prehistoric camps nearby: Wadbury, Tedbury, Newbury and Kingsdown.
|Mulle / Mulla: Glastonbury Church and Bishop of Coutances and Godiva, whose husband was the pre-Conquest holder, from the church. Mill.|
Also Lower Merridge hamlet.
|Malrige: Ranulf from Alfred d'Epaignes. Mill.|
Once a centre for flax and canvas.
|Meriet: Dodman from Count of Mortain; Harding from the king. 4 mills. 10 cattle.|
17 cattle. Above marshes once crossed only by causeways.
|Sowi: Glastonbury Church.|
Elizabethan manor; mews for falcons.
|Midelenie / neia: Muchelney Church. Vineyard, 2 fisheries (6000 eels). 21 cattle, 30 goats (with Muchelney and Thorney).|
|Megele / gela: Leofwin from Bishop of Coutances.|
|Meleburne / borna / burna / Milburne / borna: King's land, with Reinbald holding the church. 6 mills, market. 22 pigs, 153 sheep.|
Milton (in Skilgate) Lost.
Milton (in Weston-super-Mare)
Part of Weston-super-Mare.
|Middeltone / Mildeltuna / Mideltone / tona: Richard from Walter de Douai; Alfward from Ansketel.|
|Mideltune / tuna: Hildebert from Matthew de Mortagne. Mill. 10 cattle, 60 sheep, 40 goats.|
Large. Archbishop Thomas Cranmer was an incumbent of the 15th century parsonage.
|Milvertone / tune / tona / tuna / Melvertona: King's land, with Stephen the Chaplain holding the church. Mill, market.|
Seaside resort. Its oldest part, Quay Town, has a 17th century harbour.
|Maneheue / heua: William de Mohun. Mill. 16 cattle, 300 sheep.|
|Selve / vere / vre / Selva / vera / vra: Aldred and Alric from Roger de Courseulles. Richard from Alfred d'Epaignes. Mill. 2 oxen.|
Large; on Midford Brrok.
|Cume / Cuma: Bath Church. 2 mills.|
Montacute House, built of Ham Hill stone.
|Montagud / gut: Count of Mortain (his castle).|
|Lamore: Ogis from Roger de Courseulles.|
Flooded by the Chew Valley Reservoir.
|Mortone / Morthona: Serlo de Burcy. Mill.|
On the River Yeo.
|Mudiford / forda / Mundiford / forda / Modiforda: King's lands; Warmund from Wulfward White, an English thane; Dodman from Count of Mortain; Reginald from Serlo de Burcy. Mill. 23 pigs.|
|Soche: Vitalis from Roger de Courseulles.|