Marcion

Marcion, a heretic of the 2nd century, born at Sinope, in Pontus, who, convinced that the traditional records of Christianity had been tampered with, sought to restore Christianity to its original purity, taking his stand on the words of Christ and the interpretation of St. Paul as the only true apostle; he held that an ascetic life was of the essence of Christianity, and he had a following called Marcionites.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Marchand, Major * Marcus Aurelius
Marat, Jean Paul
Marathon
Marburg
Marceau
Marcello, Benedetto
Marcellus, Claudius
Marcellus, Marcus
Marcet, Mrs. Jane
March
Marchand, Major
Marcion
Marcus Aurelius
Maremma
Marengo
Mareotis, Lake
Margaret
Margaret
Margaret, St.
Margaret, St.
Margaret of Angoulême
Margaret of Anjou