Repton and Gresley Hundred

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Repton and Gresley Hundred in Derbyshire

Repton and Gresley Hundred is one of the hundreds of Derbyshire, named after the villages of Repton and Gresley, which it contains. It is located in the south of the county, bounded to the south-east by Leicestershire; to the south-west by Staffordshire; and to the north by Morleston and Litchurch Hundred. It contains some southern suburbs of the county town, Derby, with a population of 135,709 in 2011, falling to 126,570 if the detached parts are disregarded.

It comprises the ancient parishes of:

*: Detached in Leicestershire.
: Partly in Leicestershire.
: Remainder in Staffordshire.

Hundreds of Derbyshire

Appletree • High Peak • Morleston and Litchurch (including Derby) • Repton and Gresley • Scarsdale • Wirksworth