List of hundreds of England and Wales


List of hundreds of England and Wales

This is a list of hundreds of England and Wales. Most English counties were divided into hundreds from the late Saxon period and they were effectively abolished under the Local Government Act of 1894.Fact|date=February 2007 In some areas, equivalent districts were known as "wapentakes", "cantrefs" or "wards". The cantref and some wapentakes later became known as hundreds.

Except where stated, lists are from the Victoria County History. This is not an authoritative list, as hundreds were variable and sources differ.

Anglesey

From "The National Gazetteer of Britain and Ireland" (1868) [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/AGY/Gaz1868.html]

*Llyfon
*Maltraeth
*Menai
*Talybolion
*Twrcelyn
*Tyndarthwy

Bedfordshire

*Barford
*Biggleswade
*Clifton
*Flitt
*Manshead
*Redbornestoke
*Stodden
*Willey
*Wixamtree

Berkshire

*Beynhurst
*Bray
*Charlton
*Compton
*Cookham
*Faircross
*Faringdon
*Kintbury Eagle
*Lambourn
*Moreton
*Ock
*Reading
*Ripplesmere
*Shrivenham
*Sonning
*Theale
*Wantage
*Wargrave

Brecknockshire

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/BRE/indexpars.html#Hundreds]

*Builth
*Crickhowell
*Deffynog
*Merthyr
*Penkelly
*Talgarth

Buckinghamshire

*Ashendon
*Buckingham
*Cottesloe
*Newport

Aylesbury Hundreds

*Aylesbury
*Risborough
*Stone

Chiltern Hundreds

*Burnham
*Desborough
*Stoke

Caernarvonshire

From the "National Gazetteer of Britain and Ireland" [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/CAE/Gaz1868.html]

*Cymydmaen
*Creuddyn
*Dinllaen
*Eifionydd
*Gafflogion
*Isaf
*Is-Gwyrfai
*Nant Conway
*Uchaf
*Uwch-Gwyrfai

Cardiganshire

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/CGN/hundreds.html]

*Genau'r-Glyn
*Ilar
*Moyddyn
*Penarth
*Troed-yr-Aur

Carmarthenshire

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/CMN/CMNhundreds.html]

*Carnwallon
*Cathinog
*Cayo
*Derllys
*Elvet
*Iscennen
*Kidwelly
*Perfedd

Cambridgeshire

*Armingford
*Chesterton
*Cheveley
*Chilford
*Ely
*Flendish
*Longstowe
*Northstow
*North Witchford
*Papworth
*Radfield
*South Witchford
*Staine
*Staplow
*Thriplow
*Wetherley
*Whittlesford
*Wisbech

Cheshire

From Harris, B. E., and Thacker, A. T. (1987). "The Victoria History of the County of Chester. (Volume 1: Physique, Prehistory, Roman, Anglo-Saxon, and Domesday)." Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0197227619.

Domesday Hundreds

With some variations in the names, the Domesday hundreds were:

*Atiscross
*Exestan
*Wilaveston
*Chester
*Dudestan
*Bochelau
*Roelau
*Riseton
*Warmundestrou
*Tunendune
*Middlewich
*Hamestan

Later Hundreds

Atiscross and Exestan were lost to Wales, and a merging and amalgamation of the rest with a renaming led to the following hundreds:

*Broxton
*Bucklow
*Eddisbury
*Macclesfield
*Nantwich
*Northwich
*Wirral

Cornwall

In Cornwall, the name calqued "cantrev"

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/Cornwall/#History]

*East
*Kerrier
*Lesnewth
*Penwith
*Powder
*Pydar
*Stratton
*Triggshire
*West

For some purposes, the Isles of Scilly were counted as a tenth hundred.

Cumberland

Cumberland was divided into wards, analogous to hundreds. From the "National Gazetteer of Britain and Ireland" [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/CUL/Gaz1868.html]

*Allerdale-above-Derwent
*Allerdale-below-Derwent
*Cumberland
*Eskdale
*Leath

Denbighshire

From Vision of Britain [http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk/relationships.jsp?u_id=10024869]

*Bromfield
*Chirk
*Denbigh
*Dogfeiling
*Is Aled
*Is Dulas
*Maelor Gymraeg
*Rhuthun
*Yale

Derbyshire

Divided into hundreds (previously wapentakes) from [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/DBY/Gaz1868.html]

*High Peak
*Wirksworth
*Scarsdale
*Morleston and Litchurch
*Appletree
*Repton and Gresley

Devon

From GENUKI [http://genuki.cs.ncl.ac.uk/DEV/Hundreds.html]

*Axminster
*Bampton
*Black Torrington
*Braunton
*Cliston
*Coleridge
*Colyton
*Crediton
*East Budleigh
*Ermington
*Exminster
*Fremington
*Halberton
*Hartland
*Hayridge
*Haytor
*Hemyock
*Lifton
*North Tawton and Winkleigh
*Ottery
*Plympton
*Roborough
*Shebbear
*Shirwell
*South Molton
*Stanborough
*Tavistock
*Teignbridge
*Tiverton
*West Budleigh
*Witheridge
*Wonford

Dorset

:"Main article: List of hundreds in Dorset."

*Badbury
*Beaminster Forum and Redhone
*Bere Regis
*Brownshall
*Buckland Newton
*Cerne, Totcombe and Modbury
*Cogdean
*Coombs Ditch
*Corfe Castle
*Cranborne
*Culliford Tree
*Eggerton (also Eggarton)
*Godderthorne
*Hasler (also Hasilor)
*Hundredsbarrow (also Barrow)
*Knowlton
*Loosebarrow
*Monkton Up Wimborne (also Up Wimborne)
*Pimperne
*Puddletown
*Redlane (also Redland)
*Rowbarrow (also Rowberrow)
*Rushmore
*St George's (also George)
*Sherborne
*Sixpenny Handley
*Sturminster Newton
*Tollerford
*Uggescombe
*Whitchurch Canonicorum
*Whiteway
*Wimborne St Giles
*Winfrith
*Yetminster

County Durham

County Durham was divided into wards, analogous to hundreds. From an 1840 map of County Durham [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/DUR/Durham1840.html] .

*Chester-le-Street
*Darlington
*Easington
*Stockton

Essex

*Barstable (sometimes spelled Barnstable)
*Becontree
*Chafford
*Chelmsford
*Clavering
*Dengie
*Dunmow
*Freshwell
*Harlow
*Liberty of Havering, also sometimes known as Romford Hundred
*Hinckford
*Lexden
*Ongar
*Rochford
*Tendring
*Thurstable
*Uttlesford
*Waltham
*Winstree
*Witham

According to essex1841.com [http://www.essex1841.com/hundreds_in_essex_1841_census.htm] the 1841 census also recorded Harwich hundred, which the Victoria County History places within Tendring.

Flintshire

From Vision of Britain [http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk/relationships.jsp?u_id=10134663] .

*Atiscross
*Coleshill
*Maelor
*Maelor Saesneg
*Mold
*Prestatyn
*Rhuddlan

Gloucestershire

From the "National Gazetteer of Britain and Ireland" [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/GLS/Miscellaneous/index.html]
*Barton Regis
*Berkeley
*Bishop's Cleeve
*Bisley
*Bledisloe
*Botloe
*Bradley
*Brightwell's Barrow
*Cheltenham
*Cleeve
*Crowthorne-with-Minety
*Deerhurst
*Dudstone (upper, middle and lower divisions)
*Grumbalds Ash
*Henbury
*Kiftsgate (upper and lower divisions)
*Langley and Swinehead
*Longtree
*Lower Slaughter
*Lower Tewkesbury
*Lower Thornbury
*Pucklechurch
*Rapsgate
*St Briavel's
*Tibaldstone
*Upper Slaughter
*Upper Tewkesbury
*Upper Thornbury
*Westbury
*Westminster
*Whitstone (upper and lower divisions)

The Duchy of Lancaster (Gloucestershire) liberty was sometimes counted as a hundred.

Glamorgan

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/GLA/#Gazetteers]

*Caerphilly
*Cowbridge
*Dinas Powis
*Kibbor
*Llangyfelach
*Miskin
*Neath
*Newcastle
*Ogmore
*Swansea

Hampshire

*Alton
*Andover
*Barton Stacey
*Basingstoke
*Bermondspit
*Bishop's Sutton
*Bishop's Waltham
*Bosmere
*Bountisborough
*Buddlesgate
*Christchurch
*Chuteley
*Crondall
*East Medine (also described as a liberty)
*East Meon
*Evingar
*Fareham
*Fawley
*Finchdean
*Fordingbridge
*Hambledon
*Holdshot
*Kingsclere
*King's Somborne
*Mainsborough
*Mansbridge
*Meonstoke
*Micheldever
*New Forest
*Odiham
*Overton
*Pastrow
*Portsdown
*Redbridge
*Ringwood
*Selborne
*Thorngate
*Titchfield
*West Medine (also described as a liberty)
*Wherwell

Herefordshire

From "The National Gazetteer of Britain and Ireland" (1868) [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/HEF/Miscellaneous/]
*Broxash
*Ewyas-Lacy
*Greytree
*Grimsworth
*Radlow
*Stretford
*Webtree
*Wigmore
*Wolphy
*Wormelow (upper and lower divisions)

Hertfordshire

(Danais & Tring added as per History of Hertfordshire)

*Braughing
*Broadwater
*Cashio
*Dacorum
*Danais (merged with Tring to form Dacorum)
*Edwintree
*Hertford
*Hitchin
*Odsey
*Tring (merged with Danais to form Dacorum)

Huntingdonshire

*Hurstingstone
*Leightonstone
*Norman Cross
*Toseland

Kent

From Kent Genealogy [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mrawson/] . Kent was traditionally divided into East and West Kent, and into lathes and hundreds.

East Kent

*Aloesbridge
*Bewsborough
*Bircholt
*Blengate
*Boughton under Blean
*Bridge and Petham
*Calehill
*Chart and Longbridge
*Cornilo
*Downhamford
*Eastry
*Faversham
*Felborough
*Folkestone
*Ham
*Heane
*Kinghamford
*Langport
*Loningborough
*Milton
*Newchurch
*Oxney
*Preston
*Ringslow
*St Martin Pountney
*Stowting
*Strete
*Teynham
*Westgate
*Whitstable
*Wingham
*Worth
*Wye

West Kent

*Axton
*Barkley
*Barnfield
*Blackborne
*Blackheath
*Brenchley and Horsmonden
*Bromley and Beckenham
*Chatham and Gillingham
*Codsheath
*Cranbrook
*Dartford and Wilmington
*Eyhorne
*Hoo
*Larkfield
*Little and Lessness
*Littlefield
*Maidstone
*Marden
*Rolvenden
*Ruxley
*Selbrittenden
*Shamwell
*Somerden
*Toltingtrough
*Tonbridge
*Twyford
*Washlingstone
*Westerham
*Wrotham

Lancashire

*Amounderness
*Blackburn
*Leyland
*Lonsdale
*Salford
*West Derby

Leicestershire

Leicestershire was originally divided into wapentakes, but these were usually later described as hundreds. From the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica [http://72.1911encyclopedia.org/L/LE/LEICESTERSHIRE.htm]

*East Goscote
*Framland
*Gartree
*Guthlaxton
*Sparkenhoe
*West Goscote

In the Domesday Book, West Goscote and East Goscote made up just Goscote and Sparkenhoe did not yet exist.

Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire was divided into three Parts, each of which was divided into wapentakes, analogous to hundreds. From map on Lincolnshire County Council website [http://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/section.asp?docId=28101&catId=2630]

Holland

*Elloe
*Kirton
*Skirbeck

Kesteven

*Aswardhurn
*Aveland
*Boothby Graffoe (Higher and Lower divisions)
*Beltisloe
*Flaxwell
*Langoe (First and Second divisions)
*Loveden
*Ness
*Winnibriggs and Threo

Lindsey

North Riding of Lindsey

*Bradley-Haverstoe
*Ludborough
*Walshcroft (North and South divisions)
*Yarborough

outh Riding of Lindsey

*Calceworth (Marsh and Wold divisions)
*Candleshoe (Marsh and Wold divisions)
*Gartree (North and South divisions)
*Hill
*Louth-Eske (Marsh and Wold divisions)
*Wraggoe (East and West divisions)

West Riding of Lindsey

*Aslacoe (East and West divisions)
*Corringham
*Manley (East, North, and West divisions)
*Lawress
*Well

Merionethshire

From the "National Gazetteer of Britain and Ireland" [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/MER/Gaz1868.html]

*Ardudwy
*Edernion
*Estimaner
*Penllyn
*Talybont with Mowddu

Middlesex

*Edmonton
*Elthorne
*Gore
*Isleworth (recorded in 1086 as Hounslow) [" [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22269 The hundred of Isleworth] ", A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 3, (1962), Date accessed: 6 January 2008.]
*Ossulstone
*Spelthorne

Monmouthshire

From Genuki [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/MON/Miscellaneous/] .All split into Upper and Lower divisions.

*Abergavenny
*Caldicot
*Raglan
*Skenfrith
*Usk
*Wentloog

Montgomeryshire

From the "National Gazetteer of Britain and Ireland" [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/MER/Gaz1868.html] .

*Cawrse
*Deythur
*Llanidloes
*Llanfyllin
*Machynlleth
*Mathrafell
*Montgomery (also Kerry)
*Newtown
*Welshpool

Norfolk

From GENUKI [http://www.origins.org.uk/genuki/NFK/norfolk/gaz-and-dir/white1845/hundreds/]

*Blofield
*Brothercross
*Clackclose
*Clavering
*Depwade
*Diss
*Earsham
*Eynesford
*Forehoe
*Freebridge-Lynn
*Freebridge-Marshland
*Gallow
*Grimshoe
*Guiltcross
*Happing
*Henstead
*Holt
*Humbleyard
*Launditch
*Loddon
*Mitford
*North Erpingham
*North Greenhoe
*Shropham
*Smithdon
*South Erpingham
*South Greenhoe
*Taverham
*Tunstead
*Walsham
*Wayland
*West Flegg

Northamptonshire

From the Northamptonshire Family History Society [http://www.northants-fhs.org/about_county.html]

*Chipping Warden
*Cleyley
*Corby
*Fawsley
*Greens Norton
*Guilsborough
*Hamfordshoe
*Higham Ferrers
*Huxloe
*Kings Sutton
*Nobottle Grove
*Orlingbury
*Polebrook
*Rothwell
*Spelhoe
*Towcester
*Willybrook
*Wymersley

The liberty and Soke of Peterborough (now in Cambridgeshire) was sometimes called Nassaburgh hundred.

Northumberland

Northumberland was divided into wards, analogous to hundreds. From the "National Gazetteer of Britain and Ireland" (1868) [http://www.genuki.bpears.org.uk/NBL/Gaz1868.html]

*Bamburgh
*Castle
*Coquetdale
*Glendale
*Morpeth
*Tynedale

Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire was divided into wapentakes, analogous to hundreds. From the Thoroton Society [http://www.thorotonsociety.org.uk/Thoroton_Society/notts.htm]

*Bassetlaw
*Bingham
*Broxtowe
*Newark
*Rushcliffe
*Thurgarton

Oxfordshire

From sci.net.au [http://www.sci.net.au/userpages/mgrogan/oxford.htm]

*Bampton
*Banbury
*Binfield
*Bloxham
*Bullingdon
*Chadlington
*Dorchester
*Ewelme
*Langtree
*Lewknor
*Pirton
*Ploughley
*Thame
*Wootton

Outside any hundred were the areas of Oxford City & University, Oxford City and Oxford Liberty.

Pembrokeshire

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/PEM/Hundreds.html]

*Castlemartin
*Cemais
*Cilgerran
*Dewisland
*Dungleddy
*Narberth
*Roose

Radnorshire

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/wal/RAD/indexpars.html#Hundreds] .

*Cefnllys
*Colwyn
*Knighton
*Llanbedr Painscastle
*Radnor
*Rhaeadr

Rutland

*Alstoe
*East
*Martinsley
*Wrandike

hropshire

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/SAL/Hundreds.html]

*Bradford (North & South)
*Brimstrey
*Chirbury
*Clun
*Condover
*Ford
*Munslow (Upper & Lower)
*Oswestry
*Overs (in two parts)
*Pimhill
*Purslow
*Stottesdon

omerset

From the "National Gazetteer of Britain and Ireland" [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/SOM/Miscellaneous/]

*Abdick and Bulstone
*Andersfield
*Bath Forum
*Bempstone
*Brent-cum-Wrington
*Bruton
*Cannington
*Carhampton
*Catsash
*Chew
*Chewton
*Crewkerne
*Frome
*Glaston Twelve Hides
*Hampton
*Hartcliffe
*Horethorne
*Houndsborough
*Huntspill and Puriton
*Keynsham
*Kilmersdon
*Kingsbury
*Milverton
*North Curry
*North Petherton
*Norton Ferris
*Pitney
*Portbury
*Somerton
*South Petherton
*Stone
*Taunton (also Taunton Dean)
*Tintinhull
*Wellow
*Wells Forum
*Whitley
*Whitstone
*Williton and Freemanners
*Winterstoke

*Martock

taffordshire

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/STS/Hundreds/]

*Cuttlestone
*Offlow
*Pirehill
*Seisdon
*Totmonslow

uffolk

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/SFK/Hundreds/index.html]

*Babergh
*Blackbourn
*Blything
*Bosemere and Claydon
*Carlford
*Hartismere
*Hoxne
*Ipswich
*Lackford
*Loes
*Mutford
*Plomesgate
*Risbridge
*Samford
*Stow
*Thedwestry
*Thingoe
*Thredling
*Wangford
*Wilford

urrey

There are thirteen hundreds and one half hundred:
*Blackheath
*Brixton
*Copthorne
*Elmbridge
*Effingham half hundred
*Farnham
*Godalming
*Godley
*Kingston
*Reigate
*Tandridge
*Wallington
*Woking
*Wotton

ussex

Sussex was divided into rapes, and then hundreds.

Arundel Rape

From www.combs-families.org [http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/england/ssx/]

*Arundel
*Avisford
*Bury
*Poling
*Rotherbridge
*West Easwrith

Bramber Rape

*Brightford
*Burbeach
*East Easwrith
*Patching
*Singlecross
*Steyning
*Tarring
*Tipnoak
*West Grinstead

Parts of Wyndham and Fishergate hundreds.

Chichester Rape

*Aldwick
*Bosham
*Box and Stockbridge
*Dumpford
*Easebourne
*Manhood
*Westbourne and Singleton

Hastings Rape

*Baldslow
*Battle
*Bexhill
*Foxearle
*Goldspur
*Gostrow
*Guestling
*Hawksborough
*Henhurst
*Netherfield
*Ninfield
*Shoyswell
*Staple

Lewes Rape

*Barcombe
*Buttinghill
*Dean
*Holmestrow
*Lewes
*Poynings
*Preston
*Streat
*Southover
*Swanborough
*Whalesbourne
*Younsmere (also Falmer)

Parts of Fishergate and Wyndham hundreds.

Pevensey Rape

From www.combs-families.org [http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/england/ssx/]

*Alciston
*Bishopstone
*Burley-Arches (also Burarches
*Danehill-Horsted
*Dill
*Eastbourne
*East Grinstead
*Flexborough
*Hartfield
*Longbridge
*Loxfield-Dorset
*Loxfield-Pelham
*Ringmer
*Rotherfield
*Rushmonden
*Shiplake
*Totnore
*Willingdon

Warwickshire

*Barlinchway
*Hemlingford
*Kington
*Knightlow

Westmorland

Westmorland was divided into four wards, analogous to hundreds. Pairs of wards made up the two Baronies. From "Magna Britannica et Hibernia" (1736) [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/WES/#Gazetteers]

Barony of Kendal

*Kendal
*Lonsdale

Barony of Westmorland

*East Ward
*West Ward

Wiltshire

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/WIL/hundreds.htm]

* Alderbury
* Amesbury
* Bradford
* Branch and Dole
* Calne
* Cawden and Cadworth
* Chalk
* Chippenham
* Damersham
* Downton
* Dunworth
* Elstub and Everley
* Frustfield
* Heytesbury
* Highworth
* Kingsbridge
* Kinwardstone
* Malmesbury
* Melksham
* Mere
* North Damerham
* Potterne and Cannings
* Ramsbury
* Selkley
* South Damerham
* Swanborough
* Underditch
* Warminster
* Westbury
* Whorwelsdon

Worcestershire

*Blackenhurst
*Doddingtree
*Halfshire
*Oswaldslow
*Pershore

Yorkshire

:"Main article: list of wapentakes in Yorkshire"

Yorkshire has three Ridings, East, North and West. Each of these was divided into wapentakes, analogous to hundreds.

The Ainsty wapentake, at time associated with either the East Riding or West Riding, came to be associated with the City of York, outside the Riding system.

The hundreds of Amourdness and Lonsdale in Lancashire plus part of Westmorlandwere considered as part of Yorkshire in the Domesday Book.

East Riding of Yorkshire

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/Misc/Definitions/AreaDefinitions.html]

*Buckrose
*Dickering
*Harthill (Bainton Beacon, Holme Beacon, Hunsley Beacon and Wilton Beacon divisions)
*Holderness (North, Middle and South divisions)
*Howdenshire
*Ouse and Derwent

The other division of the riding was Hullshire.

North Riding of Yorkshire

*Allerton
*Birdthorpe
*Bulmer
*Gilling East
*Gilling West
*Hallikeld
*Hang East
*Hang West
*Langbaurgh (West and East divisions)
*Pickering Lythe
*Ryedale
*Whitby Strand

West Riding of Yorkshire

From GENUKI [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/Misc/Definitions/AreaDefinitions.html]

*Agbrigg and Morley (Agbrigg and Morley divisions)
*Barkston Ash
*Claro (Upper and Lower divisions)
*Ewcross
*Osgoldcross
*Skyrack (Upper and Lower divisions)
*Staincliffe (East and West divisions)
*Staincross
*Strafforth and Tickhill (Upper and Lower divisions)

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