Mold Hundred

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Mold hundred shown within Flintshire

The Mold Hundred is one of the hundreds of Flintshire, in the south-east of the county. It is named after the town of Mold, which it contains. It is bounded by Coleshill Hundred to the north; by Cheshire to the east; by Maylor Hundred to the south; and by Denbighshire to the west. It is the most populous of Flintshire's hundreds with a population of 76,909.

It comprises the large ancient parishes of Hawarden and Mold, along with the township of Marford and Hoseley in the parish of Gresford, the majority of which is in Denbighshire.

Hawarden comprises the townships of:

Mold comprises the townships of:


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

Coleshill • Maylor • Mold • Prestatyn • Rhuddlan