Dorchester Hundred is one of the hundreds of Oxfordshire, named after the village of Dorchester-on-Thames, which it contains. It is situated in the south-west of the county, bounded to the south and west by Berkshire; to the north by Bullingdon Hundred; to the north-east by Thame Hundred; and to the south-east by Ewelme Hundred. The parish of South Stoke and manor of Fifield form detached parts of the hundred. This reflects their pre-Conquest connection with the bishop of Lincoln's Dorchester estate.
The hundred comprises the ancient parishes of:
*: Fifield manor. Remainder in Ewelme Hundred.
†: Otney Mead is in Berkshire.
The hundred had a population of 8,905 in 2011.
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