Crowthorne and Minety
Crowthorne and Minety is a hundred of Gloucestershire, in the south of the county, adjacent to the border with Wiltshire. Indeed, Minety itself forms a detached part in that county. It is bounded by Brightwells Barrow hundred to the east; by Wiltshire to the south; by Longtree Hundred to the south-west; by Bisley Hundred to the north-west; and by Rapsgate Hundred to the north.
Crowthorne and Minety hundred is one of the group known as the Seven Hundreds of Cirencester, which were apparently administered with the royal manor of Cirencester before 1189 when Richard I granted them with the manor to Cirencester Abbey.
It comprises the ancient parishes of:
*: Sometimes considered a hundred of itself.
†: In Rapsgate Hundred.
|Hundreds of Gloucestershire|
Barton Regis (including Bristol) • Berkeley • Bisley • Bledisloe • Botloe • Bradley • Brightwells Barrow • Cheltenham • Cleeve • Crowthorne and Minety (including Cirencester) • Deerhurst • Duchy of Lancaster • Dudstone and King's Barton (including Gloucester) • Grumbald's Ash • Henbury • Kiftsgate • Langley and Swinehead • Longtree • Pucklechurch • Rapsgate • St Briavels • Slaughter • Tewkesbury • Thornbury • Tibaldstone • Westbury • Westminster • Whitstone