Melksham Hundred is one of the hundreds of Wiltshire, situated in the west of the county, named after the town of Melksham, which it contains. It is bounded by Chippenham Hundred to the north; by Malmesbury Hundred to the north-west; by Potterne and Cannings to the east; by Whorwelsdown to the south; and by Bradford Hundred to the west. It had a population of 59,054 in 2011
It comprises the ancient parishes of:
*: Remainder in Whorwelsdown.
|Hundreds of Wiltshire|
Alderbury • Amesbury • Bradford • Branch and Dole • Calne • Cawden and Cadworth • Chalk • Chippenham • Downton • Dunworth • Elstub and Everley • Frustfield • Heytesbury • Highworth, Cricklade and Staple • Kingsbridge • Kinwardstone • Malmesbury • Melksham • Mere • North Damerham • Potterne and Cannings • Ramsbury • Selkley • South Damerham • Swanborough • Underditch (including Salisbury) • Warminster • Westbury • Whorwelsdown