Reigate Hundred

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Reigate Castle
The Hundred of Reigate in Surrey

Reigate is a hundred of Surrey, in the east of the county. It takes its name from the town of Reigate, a substantial place even in the Middle Ages, with its motte castle and land which become the towns of Redhill and Horley.


The Reigate hundred includes the ancient parishes of:[1]

*: Remainder in Copthorne hundred.
: Mostly in Copthorne hundred.

In the Domesday Book of 1086, the hundred was recorded as Cherchefelle; in 1199 it became known as Reigate.


Hundreds of Surrey

Blackheath • Brixton • Copthorne • Effingham (half) • Elmbridge • Farnham • Godalming • Godley • Kingston • Reigate • Tandridge • Wallington • Woking • Wotton