|Madescame: Hamo from William Cheever.|
|Medenecome / coma: Bernard from Baldwin the Sheriff.|
|Mellestone / tona: Ralph from Iudhael of Totnes.|
Mamhead House, rebuilt in Tudor style in the 19th century on the site of a medieval castle.
|Mammeheua / -hetua / Manneheua: Ralph de Pomeroy from Baldwin the Sheriff; Saewulf, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king. Cob, 27 goats.|
Part of Plymouth.
|Manedone / dona: Odo from Iudhael of Totnes.|
On the edge of Dartmoor; old stone cottages round the village green; home of John Galsworthy. Nearby Grimspound is a Bronze Age village with 24 hut circles.
|Manitone / tona: Edwy from Baldwin the Sheriff; Aldred, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king. 25 goats.|
|Lege / Liege / Liega / Leiga: William the Usher, the king's servant.|
|Mertone / tona: Richard FitzThorulf from Baldwin the Sheriff.|
Restored 11th century church.
|Matingeho: Bishop of Coutances.|
|Merehode / -hoda / Mereude / -uda / Merode / -oda: Robert from Baldwin the Sheriff; 2 men-at-arms from Robert d'Aumale; Oliver from Theobald FitzBerner. 20 cattle, 128 sheep, 20 goats.|
Once a prosperous mining area. Tavy Cleave, nearby, is a dramatic gorge with many prehistoric sites.
|Tavi: Iudhael of Totnes. 16 cattle, 120 sheep.|
Matford Barton; Matford Home Farm; Matford Bridge.
|Madford / -fort / Matford / -forda: Alfred the Butler from Count of Mortain; Ralph from William Cheever.|
|Mewi: William and Nigel from Iudhael of Totnes; Robert Bastard.|
|Madone / dona: Ansgor, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king.|
|Mideland / landa: Godwin from the king.|
Thatched 14th century inn; church with a Norman nave and font.
|Meda: Bernard from Baldwin the Sheriff.|
|Meleberie / beria: William de Poilley.|
|Melewis: Hughes de Rennes from Baldwin the Sheriff. 24 goats.|
|Mimidlande / landa: Waldin from Iudhael of Totnes.|
Nearby is the Iron Age hill-fort after which the village is named.
|Maiberie / Maaberia / Maneberie / Manberia: Warin from William Cheever.|
Birthplace of Walter de Merton (d.1277), founder of Merton College, Oxford.
|Mertone / tona: Bishop of Coutances. Cob, 12 cattle.|
|Mauessart: Gilbert from Baldwin the Sheriff. 11 cattle.|
|Metcome / coma: Bishop of Coutances.|
Middlecott (in Broadwood Kelly)
|Mildecote / Mildelcote(a): Ranulf and Richard from Baldwin the Sheriff.|
Middlecott (in Chagford)
|Midelcote / cota: Alwin, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king.|
Now West Middleton.
|Middeltone / Mideltona: Bishop of Coutances. 15 pigs.|
|Wiche / Wica / Wicca: Bishop of Coutances.|
|Mildedone / dona: William Cheever, formerly Edith.|
Milford (in Hartland)
|Meleforde / forda: Gosbert from Theobald FitzBerner.|
Milford (in Stowford)
|Meleford / fort: Engelbald's wife from Bishop of Coutances.|
Early 19th century Gothic buildings; Endsleigh Cottage, with garden and grotto.
|Middeltone / Midel- / Mildeltona: Tavistock Church. 22 cattle, 170 sheep, 30 goats.|
14th century church with a Tudor arcade. The list of rectors goes back to 1276.
|Mideltone / tona: Robert d'Aumale, formerly Wulfeva. 30 cattle, 25 goats.|
Mockham Barton near Mockham Down.
|Mogescome / coma: Robert de Pont-Chardon from Baldwin the Sheriff. 12 cattle.|
16th century Exeter Inn.
|Mortberie / Motberia / Motbilie / -lia: Richard and Reginald from Count of Mortain. 30 goats.|
Gatehouse of a house built by Sir Reginald Mohun in the 13th century.
|Otri: Walter de Douai. Mill. 26 cattle, 30 pigs, 100 sheep, 50 goats, 20 wild mares.|
Molland (in North Molton)
Molland Cross, some houses.
|Molland / landa: Bernard from Theobald FitzBerner. 3 oxen.|
Molland (in West Anstey)
|Mollande / landa: King's land, formerly Earl Harold; Bishop of Coutances.|
Thatched cottages; old lime kilns.
|Lege / Lega: Alfred from Count of Mortain. 100 sheep.|
|Monuchementone / Monacochamentona: Baldwin the Sheriff. Cob, 18 cattle.|
Tiny; Monkswell House.
|Reginald from Roald Dubbed.|
Moor (in Broadwoodwidger)
|More / Mora: Nigel from Iudhael of Totnes.|
Morchard Bishop Views of Dartmoor and Exmoor.
|Morebade / batha: King's land, formerly Earl Harold.|
|Morlei / Morleia: William from Alfred le Breton.|
Small market town on Dartmoor with 17th century almshouses, old wayside crosses nearby include Horspit Cross. The church has tombstones of Napoleonic prisoners of war.
|Mortone / tona: Baldwin from the king, formerly Earl Harold. 20 cattle, 130 sheep.|
Morte Point looks across to Lundy Island; Tudor farmhouse nearby.
|Mortehou / ho: Aelfric from Ralph de Limesy.|
|Milchewis / Milehyuis: Richard from Ralph de Pomeroy; Saewulf, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king. Cow.|
Now 2 tiny hamlets, Higher and Lower Mullacott; Mullacott Farm.
|Molecote / Molacota: Godbold.|
|Morlei / leia: Walter the Wild from Walter de Claville.|
15th century Ashe House with a 14th century tiltyard; church with monuments to the Drake family.
|Musberie / beria: Baldwin the Sheriff. Mill. 18 unbroken mares, 16 cattle, 100 sheep, 30 goats.|
Part of Plymouth.
|Modlei / leia: Odo from Iudhael of Totnes.|
|Mochelesberie / beria: Ansger de Montacute. Mill.|