Scarsdale Hundred is one of the hundreds of Derbyshire, located in the north-east of the county. It is bounded to the north by Yorkshire; to the east by Nottinghamshire; to the south by Morleston and Litchurch and Appletree Hundreds; to the south-west by Wirksworth Hundred; and to the north-west by High Peak Hundred. The northern parts of the hundred contain some of the suburbs of Sheffield. It is the most-populous of the hundreds, with a population of 420,136 in 2011.
It comprises the ancient parishes of:
- Ashover (part)*
- Ault Hucknall
- Crich (part)†
- North Wingfield
- Pinxton (part)‡
- South Normanton
- South Wingfield
- Upper Langwith
*: Extends into Wirksworth Hundred.
†: Mostly in Morleston and Litchurch Hundred.
‡: Extends into Nottinghamshire (Broxtow Wapentake).
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