Whitchurch Canonicorum Hundred

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Whitchurch Canonicorum Hundred shown within Dorset

Whitchurch Canonicorum Hundred is a hundred in Dorset, situated in the south-west of the county, adjacent to the borders with Devon and Somerset. It is bounded by Devon to the west; by Somerset to the north; by Beaminster and Redhone to the north-east; and by Eggerton and Godderthorne to the south-east. It had a population of 11,251 in 2011, rising to 11,327 if detached parts are disregarded.

It contains the following ancient parishes:

*: Locally situate in the hundred, but usually accounted for separately.
: Stockland forms a detached part of Dorset, locally situate in Devon. Dalwood forms part of Uggscombe hundred.

Additionally, Thorncombe and Beerhall, forming a detached part of Devon, are locally situate in Whitchurch Canonicorum hundred.

Hundreds of Dorset

Badbury • Barrow • Beaminster and Redhone (including Bridport) • Bere Regis • Brownshall • Buckland and Sturminster Newton Castle • Cerne, Totcombe and Modbury • Cogdean (including Poole) • Coomb's Ditch • Corfe Castle • Cranborne • Culliford Tree • Eggerton • George • Gillingham Liberty • Godderthorne • Hasilor • Knowlton • Loosebarrow • Pimperne (including Blandford Forum) • Puddletown (including Weymouth) • Redlane • Rowbarrow • Rushmoor • Sherborne • Sixpenny Handley (including Shaftesbury) • Tollerford • Uggscombe (including Dorchester) • Upwimborne • Whitchurch Canonicorum (including Lyme Regis) • Whiteway • Winfrith (including Wareham) • Yetminster