Difference between revisions of "Amesbury Hundred"

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Latest revision as of 17:50, 14 January 2020

Amesbury Hundred in Wiltshire

Amesbury is one of the hundreds of Wiltshire, situated in the east of the county, adjacent to the border with Hampshire. It is bounded by Elstub and Everley to the north; by Kinwardstone to the north-east; by Hampshire to the east; by Alderbury Hundred to the south; by Underditch to the south-west; and by Branch and Dole to the west. It had a population of 51,181 in 2011, decreasing to 38,041 if detached parts are disregarded.

It comprises the ancient parishes of:

*: Detached in Berkshire; Remainder in Berkshire.
: Remainder in Alderbury hundred.

Hundreds of Wiltshire

Alderbury • Amesbury • Bradford • Branch and Dole • Calne • Cawden and Cadworth • Chalk • Chippenham • Downton • Dunworth • Elstub and Everley • Frustfield • Heytesbury • Highworth, Cricklade and Staple • Kingsbridge • Kinwardstone • Malmesbury • Melksham • Mere • North Damerham • Potterne and Cannings • Ramsbury • Selkley • South Damerham • Swanborough • Underditch (including Salisbury) • Warminster • Westbury • Whorwelsdown