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Berkshire Place Names - M


Mackney   Hamlet in the parish of Brightwell
Maidenhead   Market town and municipal borough in the parishes of Bray and Cookham
Marcham   Parish in the hundred of Ock
Market Ilsley   Alternative name for East Ilsley, a parish and market town in the hundred of Compton
Marlstone   Tything and chapelry in the parish of Bucklebury
Marsh Benham   Tything in the parish of Speen
Mayles   Hamlet in the parish of Sulhampstead Bannister
Midgham   Tything in the parish of Thatcham
Milton   Parish in the hundred of Ock
Milton Heights   Part of Milton
Monkey Island   Islet in the Thames in the parish of Bray
Moreton   One of the 20 hundreds of Berkshire, containing the parishes of Ashampstead, Aston Tirrold, Basildon, Brightwell, Dudcott, East Garston, Hagbourne, Harwell, North Moreton, South Moreton, Moulsford, Sotwell, Streatley, and parts of Allhallows and Blewberry
Moreton, North   see North Moreton, a parish in the hundred of Moreton
Moreton, South   see South Moreton, a parish in the hundred of Moreton
Mortimer, West-end and Mortimer   Tything in the parish of Stratfield Mortimer
Moulsford   Parish in the hundred of Moreton
 Mount, The   see The Mount