Pyrton Hundred is one of the hundreds of Oxfordshire, named after the village of Pyrton, which it contains. It is situated in the east of the county, bounded to the north by Thame Hundred; to the north-east by Lewknor Hundred; to the south-east by Buckinghamshire; to the south by Binfield Hundred; and to the west by Ewelme Hundred. It is the least populous of the hundreds, with a population of 3,710 in 2011.
It comprises the ancient parishes of:
*: Partly in Buckinghamshire
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