Codsheath is a hundred in Kent, occupying the eastern part of the Lathe of Sutton at Hone. Codsheath was also recorded as "Codsede" in ancient records. The Hundred of Codsheath was included in the Domesday Book of 1086, that records it as having 203 houses, 44 in Sundridge and 159 in Otford. The hundred borders six others, four in the Sutton-at-Hone Lathe, and two of the Lathe of Aylesford to the east. Hundreds that border Codsheath are Somerden to the south; Westerham and Edenbridge to the west; the Hundred of Ruxley to the north-west; Axstane Hundred to the north-east, all within the lath of Sutton-at-Hone; and the Aylesford hundreds of Wrotham to the east, and Lowy of Tunbridge to the south-east.
The hundred comprises the ancient parishes of:
*: Parly in Somerden and Washlingstone hundreds.
†: Mostly in Washlingstone hundred.
- An Historical Atlas of Kent, edited by Terence Lawrence & David Killingray (2004) ISBN 1-86077-255-2 - Maps front cover and back cover inlay
- "The hundred of Codsheath: Introduction", in The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 3 by Edward Hasted (Canterbury, 1797), pp. 1-2. posted at British History Online
- Hundred of Codsheath, in The Domesday Book (1086). posted at Opendomesday.org