Clavering Hundred, Essex

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Claving hundred in Essex

The Hundred of Clavering is a hundred of Essex, in the north-west of the county, named after the village of Clavering, which it contains. It is bounded to the west by Hertfordshire; and on all other sides by Uttlesford Hundred. Additionally, the hamlet of Pledgdon forms a detached part of Clavering hundred on the border of Dunmow Hundred.

The hundred contains the ancient parishes of:

*: Remainder in Uttlesford Hundred.
Clavering hundred had a population of 6,731 in 2011.

Hundreds of Essex

Barnstable • Becontree (including Havering liberty) • Chafford • Chelmsford • Clavering • Dengie (including Maldon) • Dunmow • Freshwell • Harlow • Hinckford • Lexden (including Colchester) • Ongar • Rochford • Tendring (including Harwich) • Thurstable • Uttlesford • Waltham • Winstree • Witham