Thedwestry or Thedwastre is a hundred in Suffolk, situated in the west of the county. It is bounded by Thingoe to the west; by Blackbourn to the north; by Stow to the south-east; and by Cosford and Babergh to the south. Including those parts of Bury St Edmunds east of the River Lark, it had a population of 26,162 in 2011.
The hundred is named after Thedwastre Hill in Thurston parish, the probable original meeting place.
It contains the following ancient parishes:
Additionally, those parts of Bury St Edmunds east of the River Lark are locally situate in Thedwestry hundred.
|Hundreds of Suffolk|
Babergh • Blackbourn • Blything • Bosmere and Claydon • Carlford • Colneis • Cosford • Hartismere • Hoxne • Lackford • Loes • Mutford and Lothingland • Plomesgate • Risbridge • Samford • Stow • Thedwestry • Thingoe • Thredling • Wangford • Wilford