Originally "Moneslie" and mentioned in Domesday Book. Norman church on earlier Saxon site. Prominant names include Robinson; Clandillon; Hopton and SkymerThere is a belief that Shakespeare's Prince of Denmark is buried here, and this wooden covering shows the inscription *Hamlet, Prince of Denmark 362 AD" The actual stone with this inscription is shown below
This church is also available as a unique watercolour painting.
The inscribed stone for Hamlet
Font made 1400s