Caerphilly Hundred

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Caerphilly Hundred shown within Glamorgan
The Caerphilly Hundred is one of the hundreds of Glamorgan, in the east of the county. The hundred is named after the town of Caerphilly, which it contains. It is bounded by Brecknockshire to the north; by Monmouthshire to the east; by Kibbor to the south; and by Miskin Hundred to the west. It is the third most-populous of Glamorgan's hundreds with a population of 187,815.

It contains the following ancient parishes:

*: Remainder in Monmouthshire.
: Extends into Kibbor.


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

Caerphilly • Cowbridge • Dinas Powis • Kibbor • Llangyfelach • Miskin • Neath • Newcastle • Ogmore • Swansea

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