Mold Hundred

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Mold hundred shown within Flintshire

The Mold Hundred is one of the hundreds of Flintshire, in the south-east of the county. It is named after the town of Mold, which it contains. It is bounded by Coleshill Hundred to the north; by Cheshire to the east; by Maylor Hundred to the south; and by Denbighshire to the west. It is the most populous of Flintshire's hundreds with a population of 76,909.

It comprises the large ancient parishes of Hawarden and Mold.

Hawarden comprises the townships of:

Mold comprises the townships of:


  • William Rees, An Historical Atlas of Wales, Faber, 1959.
  • M. Richards, Welsh Administrative and Territorial Units, Cardiff, 1967.
Hundreds of Flintshire

Coleshill • Maylor • Mold • Prestatyn • Rhuddlan