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The church of St Michael and All Angels dates from between the 11th and 13th centuries.
Mansel Lacy is mentioned in an Anglo-Saxon charter (Sawyer: 1469) from c. 1045, half a hide of which is bought as an estate. It appears as Mælueshylle, probably meaning 'hill on which the mallow grows' from Old English malu + hyll.
The village has two entries in the Domesday Book (1086) as Malveselle in the hundred of Stepleset. It is quite small with only 11 households yet is assessed for a relatively large amount of tax of 5 geld units.
- "2011 Census: Usual resident population estimates by five-year age group for Parishes in Herefordshire" (xls). United Kingdom Census 2011. Herefordshire Council. 2012. Retrieved 2014-04-23.
- Mansel Lacy Church at Herefordshire Churches
- The Foxley New (Autumn 2008)
- "S 1469". The Electronic Sawyer. King's College London. Retrieved 8 August 2016.
- Anglo-Saxon Charters. CUP Archive. 1939. pp. 186–187.
- Lockie, Mel. "Herefordshire Placenames M". Retrieved 8 August 2016.
- "Mansell [Lacy] | Domesday Book". Open Domesday.
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