Broxton Hundred is one of the hundreds of Cheshire, located in the west of the county, adjacent to the borders with Denbighshire, Flintshire and Shropshire. It is bounded to the north by Wirral Hundred; to the north-east by Eddisbury hundred; to the south-east by Nantwich Hundred; to the south by Shropshire; and to the west by Denbighshire and Flintshire. Including the city of Chester, it had a population of 91,039 in 2011.
It comprises the following ancient parishes:
- Backford (Caughall)*
- Bunbury (Burwardsley)†
- Cathedral Precincts (ex. par.)
- Chester Holy Trinity (except Blacon)‡, St Bridget, St John the Baptist, St Martin, St Mary (except Little Mollington)‡, St Olave, St Oswald (except Croughton‡ and Iddinshall§), St Peter
- Chester Castle (ex. par.)
- Doddleston (except Higher Kinnerton)‖
- Guilden Sutton
- Malpas (except Iscoed)‖
- Plemstall (except Bridge Trafford)§
- Spital Boughton (ex. par.)
- Tarvin (Foulk Stapleford)†
*: Remainder in Wirral Hundred.
†: Remainder in Eddisbury Hundred.
‡: In Wirral Hundred.
§: In Eddisbury Hundred.
‖: In Flintshire.
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