Shropshire Hundreds (taken from Gregory's 1824 Gazetteer.

See also Shropshire Family History Journal Vol.4 Pt.1 March 1983, page 21 for sketch map.

Before 1824, there were commonly reckoned fifteen hundreds, viz., Oswestry, Pimhill, Bradford North, Bradford South, and Brimstry, on the north-east side of the Severn; the liberty of Shrewsbury, the franchise of Wenlock, and the hundred of Stottesden; extending on both banks of the river: the hundreds of Ford, Chirbury, Condover, Munslow, Overs, Purslow, and the honour of Clun, on the south-west side of the Severn.

But Bradford North, and Bradford South, constitute but one hundred, and in the above division, the liberties of Bridgnorth, and the borough and liberties of Ludlow are not expressly included under any hundred.

The attribution of townships to parishes and hundreds given below defines Bradford as one hundred and includes explicitly the liberties of Bridgnorth, and the borough and liberties of Ludlow, making a total of 16, viz.

  1. The hundred of OSWESTRY
  2. The hundred of PIMHILL
  3. The hundred of BRADFORD
  4. The hundred of FORD
  5. The liberties of SHREWSBURY
  6. The hundred of CONDOVER
  7. The franchise of WENLOCK
  8. The hundred of BRIMSTRY
  9. The hundred of CHIRBURY
  10. The hundred of PURSLOW
  11. The hundred of MUNSLOW
  12. The hundred of LUDLOW
  13. The hundred of STOTTESDEN
  14. The borough and liberties of BRIDGNORTH
  15. The hundred and honour of CLUN
  16. The hundred of OVERS

1. THE HUNDRED OF OSWESTRY comprehends the upper and lower divisions.

1.1. The upper division contains the parishes of:

1.1.1. St. Martin, containing the townships of

1.1.1.1. St. Martin,
1.1.1.2. Iston Rhynn,(Upper)
1.1.1.3. Iston Rhynn, (Lower)
1.1.1.4. Weston Rhynn, (Upper)
1.1.1.5. Weston Rhynn, (Lower)
1.1.1.6. Bronnygarth.

And the extra-parochial places of Halstone, and Heath Farm.

1.1.2. Whittington, containing the townships of

1.1.2.1. Whittington,
1.1.2.2. Welsh Frankton,
1.1.2.3. Forton,
1.1.2.4. Old Marton, (part of)
1.1.2.5. Berghill,
1.1.2.6. Daywell,
1.1.2.7. Fernhill,
1.1.2.8. Hindford,
1.1.2.9. Henlle,
1.1.2.10. Ebnall.

1.1.3. Sellatyn (part of), containing the townships of

1.1.3.1. Sellatyn,
1.1.3.2. Porkington, (Upper)
1.1.3.3. Porkington. (Lower)

1.1.4. Oswestry (part of), containing the townships of

1.1.4.1. Oswestry,
1.1.4.2. Aston,
1.1.4.3. Crickheath,
1.1.4.4. Cynnynion,
1.1.4.5. Hisland,
1.1.4.6. Llanforda,
1.1.4.7. Maesbury,
1.1.4.8. Middleton,
1.1.4.9. Pentregaer,
1.1.4.10. Sweeney,
1.1.4.11. Trefarclawdd,
1.1.4.12. Trefonnen,
1.1.4.13. Treflach,
1.1.4.14. Wootton,
1.1.4.15. Weston Cotton.

N.B. The parish of Oswestry contains also the township and chapelry of Morton, which is in the lower division of the hundred.

1.1.5. Llanyblodwell, containing the townships of

1.1.5.1. Llanyblodwell,
1.1.5.2. Abertannat,
1.1.5.3. Blodwell,
1.1.5.4. Brynn,
1.1.5.5. Llynckliss; or Llunck-Llyss.

1.1.6. Llanymynech (part of), containing the townships of

1.1.6.1. Llanymynech,
1.1.6.2. Lwyntidmon.

N.B. The parish of Llanymynech, contains also the township of Treprennal, which is in the lower division. The rest of the parish is in Denbighshire.

1.1.7. Lansilin (part of), containing only the township of

1.1.7.1. Soughton.

The rest of the parish is in Denbighshire.

1.1.8. West Felton (part of), containing the townships of

1.1.8.1. Woolaton,
1.1.8.2. Sandford,
1.1.8.3. Twyford.

The other townships in this parish, viz., West Felton, Sutton, Rednall, Haughton, and Teddesmere, are in the lower division.

1.1.9. Ellesmere (part of), containing the townships of

1.1.9.1. Duddleston, (Upper)
1.1.9.2. Duddleston. (Lower)

The other townships in this parish are in the Ellesmere division of the hundred of Pimhill.

1.2. The lower division of the hundred of Oswestry, contains the parishes of

1.2.1. West Felton (part of), containing the townships of

1.2.1.1. West Felton,
1.2.1.2. Rednall,
1.2.1.3. Sutton,
1.2.1.4. Haughton,
1.2.1.5. Tedsmere; or Teddesmere.

The other townships in this parish, viz., Woolston, Sandford, and Twyford, are in the upper division.

1.2.2. Knockin, containing only the township of

1.2.2.1. Knockin.

1.2.3. Ruyton, or Ruyton of the Eleven Towns, containing the townships of

1.2.3.1. Ruyton,
1.2.3.2. Cotton, Shottaton and Shelvocke,
1.2.3.3. Eardiston, pro. Yarson.
1.2.3.4. Wikey.

1.2.4. Kinnerley, containing the townships of

1.2.4.1. Kinnerley and Argoed,
1.2.4.2. Dovaston,
1.2.4.3. Kynaston, or Kinaston,
1.2.4.4. Maesbrook issa,
1.2.4.5. Maesbrook oche,
1.2.4.6. Edgetley,
1.2.4.7. Tir y coed,
1.2.4.8. Osbaston.

1.2.5. Melverley (part of), containing the townships of

1.2.5.1. Melverley, (Upper)
1.2.5.2. Melverley, (Lower)

Melverley is chapel to Llanforda.

1.2.6. Oswestry (part of), containing only the township of

1.2.6.1. Morton. (a chapelry)

The other townships in this parish, viz., Oswestry, Aston, Crickheath, Cynnynion, Hisland, Llanforda, Maesbury, Middleton, Pentregaer, Sweeney, Treferclawdd, Trefounen, Trefiach, Wootton, and Weston Cotton, are in the upper division.

1.2.7. Llanymynech (part of), containing only the township of

1.2.7.1. Treprennal.

The two other townships in this parish, viz., Llanymynech, and Llwytidmon, are in the upper division. The rest of the parish is in Denbighshire.

2. THE HUNDRED OF PIMHILL comprehends the Ellesmere and Baschurch divisions.

2.1. The Ellesmere division contains the parishes of

2.1.1. Ellesmere (part of), containing the townships of

2.1.1.1. Ellesmere,
2.1.1.2. Cricket,
2.1.1.3. Eastwick,
2.1.1.4. Elson and Greenhill,
2.1.1.5. English Frankton,
2.1.1.6. Hardwick,
2.1.1.7. Kenwick Park,
2.1.1.8. Kenwick Wood,
2.1.1.9. Lineal,
2.1.1.10. New Marton,
2.1.1.11. Newnes,
2.1.1.12. Tetchill,
2.1.1.13. Trench,
2.1.1.14. Cockshut, & Crosemere,
2.1.1.15. Oatley, Newton, and Spoonhill,
2.1.1.16. Birch and Lyth,
2.1.1.17. Stocks and Coptiviney,
2.1.1.18. Colemere, or Coolmere,
2.1.1.19. The Ridges,
2.1.1.20. St. John's,
2.1.1.21. Welshhampton Wood,
2.1.1.22. Kenwick, Stocket, and Whettall,
2.1.1.23. Lee,
2.1.1.24. Northwood.

The parish of Ellesmere contains also the township of Penley, in the county of Flint, and the townships of Dudleston, upper and lower, in the upper division of the hundred of Oswestry.

2.1.2. Welsh Hampton, containing only the township of

2.1.2.1. Welshhampton.

2.1.3. Hordley, containing the townships of

2.1.3.1. Hordley,
2.1.3.2. Bagley.

2.1.4. Loppington, containing the townships of

2.1.4.1. Loppington,
2.1.4.2. Nonnely,
2.1.4.3. Burlton.

2.1.5. Middle (part of), containing the townships of

2.1.5.1. Middle,
2.1.5.2. Balderton,
2.1.5.3. Newton on the hill,
2.1.5.4. Marton,
2.1.5.5. Sleep (part of). The other part of Sleep is in the parish of Wem, Bradford, North.

The other townships of Middle, viz., Hadnal, Heston, Hardwick and Shotton, Smethcot, and Alderton, are in the liberties of Shrewsbury.

2.2. The Baschurch division contains the parishes of

2.2.1. Petton, containing only the township of

2.2.1.Petton.

2.2.2. Baschurch, containing the townships of

2.2.2.1. Baschurch, Boreatton, and Birch,
2.2.2.2. Eyten,
2.2.2.3. Fenemere,
2.2.2.4. Stanwardine in the fields,
2.2.2.5. Stanwardine in the wood,
2.2.2.6. Newton and Merehouse,
2.2.2.7. Prescot,
2.2.2.8. Walford,
2.2.2.9. Weston Lullingfield,
2.2.2.10. Yeaton.

2.2.3. Little Ness (a chapelry), containing the townships of

2.2.3.1. Little Ness,
2.2.3.2. Milford.

N.B. Little Ness chapelry is in the parish of Baschurch.

2.2.4. Great Ness, containing the townships of

2.2.4.1. Great Ness,
2.2.4.2. Felton Butler,
2.2.4.3. Kinton,
2.2.4.4. Nesscliff,
2.2.4.5. Wilcot,
2.2.4.6. Adcot and Milford,
2.2.4.7. Alderton,
2.2.4.8. Hopton.

2.2.5. Fitz, containing only the township of

2.2.5.1. Fitz, Grafton, and Mytton.

2.2.6. Shrawardine, containing only the township of

2.2.6.1. Shrawardine, pro. Shraden.

2.2.7. Montford, containing the townships of

2.2.7.1. Montford,
2.2.7.2. Forton,
2.2.7.3. Ensdon.

2.2.8. Moreton Corbet, containing only the townships of

2.2.8.1. Besford (part of),
2.2.8.2. Preston Brockhurst (part of).

The remainder of these townships, is in the parish of Shawbury, in Bradford, North.

2.2.9. Shrewsbury St. Mary's (part of) containing only the township and chapelry of

2.2.9.1. Albrighton, which is encompassed by the liberties of Shrewsbury, and is entirely separated from the rest of the hundred.

3. THE HUNDRED OF BRADFORD is divided into the north and south parts, which are again divided into the Whitchurch and Drayton divisions of the north part, and the Wellington and Newport divisions of the south part.

3.1. The Whitchurch division of the north part of the hundred of Bradford, contains the parishes of

3.1.1. Whitchurch (part of), containing the townships of

3.1.1.1. Whitchurch,
3.1.1.2. Tilstock,
3.1.1.3. Ash Magna,
3.1.1.4. Ash Parva,
3.1.1.5. Black Park,
3.1.1.6. Broughall,
3.1.1.7. Hollyhurst & Chinnel,
3.1.1.8. Dodington,
3.1.1.9. Edgeley,
3.1.1.10. Woodhouses, (New)
3.1.1.11. Woodhouses, (Old)
3.1.1.12. Alkington,
3.1.1.13. Hinton,

The remaining township of this parish, viz., Wirswall, is in Cheshire.

3.1.2. Ightfield, containing only the township of

3.1.2.1. Ightfield.

3.1.3. Prees, containing the townships of

3.1.3.1. Prees,
3.1.3.2. Calverhall, or Cloverley, or Corverall,
3.1.3.3. Darlaston,
3.1.3.4. Fauls Green,
3.1.3.5. Mickley,
3.1.3.6. Millen Heath,
3.1.3.7. Sandford,
3.1.3.8. Steel,
3.1.3.9. Whixall,
3.1.3.10. Willaston,

3.1.4. Wem, containing the townships of

3.1.4.1. Wem,
3.1.4.2. Aston,
3.1.4.3. Cotton,
3.1.4.4. Edstaston, (a chapelry)
3.1.4.5. Horton,
3.1.4.6. Lacon,
3.1.4.7. Lowe and Ditches,
3.1.4.8. Newtown, (a chapelry)
3.1.4.9. Northwood,
3.1.4.10. Soulton,
3.1.4.11. Tilley,
3.1.4.12. Wolverley,
3.1.4.13. Sleap (part of). The other part of the township of Sleap is in Pimhill.

3.1.5. Lee Brockhurst, containing only the township of

3.1.5.1. Lee Brockhurst.

3.1.6. Stanton upon Hine Heath, containing the townships of

3.1.6.1. Stanton,
3.1.6.2. Booley,
3.1.6.3. Harcourt,
3.1.6.4. High Hatton,
3.1.6.5. Moston.

3.1.7. Moreton Corbet (part of), containing the townships of

3.1.7.1. Moreton Corbet,
3.1.7.2. Preston Brockhurst (part of). Preston Brockhurst is partly in the parish of Shawbury, and in the hundred of Pimhill.

3.1.8. Shawbury (part of), containing the townships of

3.1.8.1. Edgboulton,
3.1.8.2. Shawbury,
3.1.8.3. Muckleton,
3.1.8.4. Preston Brockhurst, (part of)
3.1.8.5. Wytheford,(Great,)
3.1.8.6. Wytheford, (Little.)

N.B. Acton Reynold in this parish, is in the liberties of Shrewsbury: and Besford, also in this parish, is in the hundred of Pimhill.

3.2. The Drayton division of the north part of the hundred of Bradford, contains the parishes of

3.2.1. Adderley, containing the townships of

3.2.1.1. Adderley,
3.2.1.2. Shavington,
3.2.1.3. Spoonley.

3.2.2. Norton in Hales, contains only the township of

3.2.2.1. Norton.

3.2.3. Drayton (part of), containing the townships of

3.2.3.1. Drayton,
3.2.3.2. Betton,
3.2.3.3. Longslow,
3.2.3.4. Little Drayton,
3.2.3.5. Sutton,
3.2.3.6. Woodseaves.

N.B. The townships of Hales, Almington, and Bloor, in this parish, are in Staffordshire.

3.2.4. Cheswardine, containing the townships of

3.2.4.1. Cheswardine,
3.2.4.2. Chippenhall,
3.2.4.3. Ellerton,
3.2.4.4. Sambrook,
3.2.4.5. Soudley,
3.2.4.6. Goldstone.

3.2.5. Hodnett, containing the townships of

3.2.5.1. Hodnet,
3.2.5.2. Moreton Sea, or Say, (a chapelry). A separate Assessment, but not a parish.
3.2.5.3. Weston and Wixhill under Red Castle, (a chapelry)
3.2.5.4. Bletchley,
3.2.5.5. Little Bolas,
3.2.5.6. Hawkstone,
3.2.5.7. Kenston,
3.2.5.8. Longford,
3.2.5.9. Marchamley, or Marchomley
3.2.5.10. Peplow,
3.2.5.11. Styche, and Woodlands,
3.2.5.12. Woollerton,
3.2.5.13. Hopton and Espley.

3.2.6. Stoke upon Tern, containing the townships of

3.2.6.1. Stoke,
3.2.6.2. Eaton,
3.2.6.3. Ollerton,
3.2.6.4. Wistanswick.

3.2.7. Hinstock, containing only the township of

3.2.7.1. Hinstock.

3.2.8. Ercall Parva, or Child's Ercall, containing only the township of

3.2.8.1. Child's Ercall.

3.2.9. Chetwynd, contains only the township of

3.2.9.1. Howle.

Chetwynd township is in the Newport division of Bradford, South.

3.2.10. Muckleston, containing the townships of

3.2.10.1. Bearstone.
3.2.10.2. Dorrington,
3.2.10.3. Gravenhanger,
3.2.10.4. Woore. (a chapelry)

The rest of the parish is in Staffordshire.

3.2.11. Edgmond (part of), containing only the the townships of

3.2.11.1. Pickstock,
3.2.11.2. Puleston.

N.B. The remainder of the townships in this parish, viz., Edgmond, Tibberton, (a chapelry) Cherrington, (part of) Church Aston, (a chapelry) Adney, Caynton, Standford, and Chetwynd Aston, are in Bradford, South.

3.3. The Newport division of the south part of the hundred of Bradford, contains the parishes of

3.3.1. Chetwynd (part of), containing only the township of

3.3.1.1. Chetwynd.

Howle, a township in this parish, is in the Drayton division.

3.3.2. Great Bolas, containing the townships of

3.3.2.1. Great Bolas,
3.3.2.2. Meeson,
3.3.2.3. Cherrington (part of). The other part of the township of Cherrington is in the parish of Edgmond, in this division.

3.3.3. Newport, containing only the township of

3.3.3.1. Newport.

3.3.4. Edgmond (part of), containing the townships of

3.3.4.1. Edgmond,
3.3.4.2. Tibberton, (a chapelry)
3.3.4.3. Cherrington, (part of)
3.3.4.4. Church Aston, (a chapelry)
3.3.4.5. Adney,
3.3.4.6. Caynton,
3.3.4.7, Standford,
3.3.4.8. Chetwynd Aston.

The other two townships in this parish, viz., Pickstock, and Puleston, are in the Drayton division, and part of Cherrington is in the parish of Great Bolas.

3.3.5. Longford, contains the townships of

3.3.5.1. Longford,
3.3.5.2. Stockton.

3.3.6. Kinnerley, containing only the township of

3.3.6.1. Kinnersley.

3.3.7. Preston upon the Wild Moors, containing only the township of

3.3.7.1. Preston.

3.3.8. Lilleshall, containing the townships of

3.3.8.1. Lilleshall,
3.3.8.2. Muxton and Donnington.

3.3.9. Sheriff Hales (part of), containing the township of

3.3.9.1. Woodcot.

The other part of this parish is in the county of Stafford.

3.4. The Wellington division of the South part of the hundred of Bradford, contains the parishes of

3.4.1. Waters Upton, containing only the township of

3.4.1.1. Waters Upton.

3.4.2. Ercal Magna, or High Ercal, contains the townships of

3.4.2.1. Ercal,
3.4.2.2. Cotwall and Moor Town,
3.4.2.3. Walton,
3.4.2.4. Osbaston,
3.4.2.5. Rowton,
3.4.2.6. Ellerdine,
3.4.2.7. Cold Hatton,
3.4.2.8. Crudgington,
3.4.2.9. Sleap, (part of) Roden,
3.4.2.10. Haughton, partly in the parish of Upton Magna, and partly in Haughmond demesne,
3.4.2.11. Poynton,
3.4.2.12. Isom Bridge,
3.4.2.13. Tern.

3.4.3. Long, or Longdon upon Tern, containing only the township of

3.4.3.1. Long, or Longdon.

3.4.4. Eyton upon Wildmores, contains the townships of

3.4.4.1. Eyton,
3.4.4.2. Horton.

3.4.5. Rodington, containing the townships of

3.4.5.1. Rodington,
3.4.5.2. Sugdon.

3.4.6. Uffington, containing only the township of

3.4.6.1. Uffington.

3.4.7. Withington, containing only the township of

3.4.7.1. Withington.

3.4.8. Upton Magna, containing the townships of

3.4.8.1. Upton Magna, which includes Haughmond demesne, which is extra-parochial,
3.4.8.2. Haughton, (part of)
3.4.8.3. Downton,
3.4.8.4. Preston Boats.

3.4.9. Wrockwardine, or Rockwardine, containing the townships of

3.4.9.1. Wrockwardine,
3.4.9.2. Admaston,
3.4.9.3. Allscott,
3.4.9.4. Bratton,
3.4.9.5. Burcot,
3.4.9.6. Charlton, or Chorlton,
3.4.9.7. Clotley,
3.4.9.8. Wrockwardine Wood,
3.4.9.9. Leaton.

3.4.10. Wellington, containing the townships of

3.4.10.1. Wellington,
3.4.10.2. Aston,
3.4.10.3. Hadley,
3.4.10.4. Ketley,
3.4.10.5. Lawley,
3.4.10.6. Lee Gomery,
3.4.10.7. Walcot.

3.4.11. Atcham, containing the townships of

3.4.11.1. Atcham, or Attingham,
3.4.11.2. Uckington,
3.4.11.3. Berwick Maviston (otherwise Barwicke Malvessin), Juxta Attingham is a lordship within the parish of Atcham.

The townships of Chilton, Cronkhill, and Eamstry, or Emstry, in this parish, are in the hundred of Condover.

3.4.12. Wombridge, containing only the township of

3.4.12.1. Wombridge.

3.4.13. Uppington, containing only the township of

3.4.13.1. Uppington.

3.4.14. Wroxeter, containing the townships of

3.4.14.1. Wroxeter,
3.4.14.2. Donnington
3.4.14.3. Eyton, or Eyton upon Severn, and Dryton,
3.4.14.4. Rushton,
3.4.14.5. Norton.

3.4.15. Great Dawley, containing the townships of

3.4.15.1. Great Dawley, or Dawley Magna,
3.4.15.2. Dawley Parva, or Little Dawley.
3.4.15.3. Malin's Lee.

3.4.16. Stirchley, or Sturchley, containing only the township of

3.4.16.1. Stirchley.

3.4.17. Eaton Constantine, containing only the township of

3.4.17.1. Eaton Constantine.

3.4.18. Leighton, containing the townships of

3.4.18.1. Leighton,
3.4.18.2. Garmston.

This parish contains also the township of Belswardine, or Belserdine, which is in the Condover division of the hundred of Condover.

3.4.19. Buildwas, containing only the township of

3.4.19.1. Buildwas.

4. THE HUNDRED OF FORD comprehends the Ford and Pontesbury divisions.

4.1. The Ford division of the hundred of Ford, contains the parishes of

4.1.1. Alberbury (part of), containing the townships of

4.1.1.1. Alberbury,
4.1.1.2. Amaston,
4.1.1.3. Rowton,
4.1.1.4. Eyton,
4.1.1.5. Wattlesborough, which is partly in Cardeston parish.
4.1.1.6. Wollaston.
4.1.1.7. Bulthey,
4.1.1.8. Winnington,
4.1.1.9. Trefnant.

Alberbury parish is partly in Deyther hundred, and partly in Caurse hundred, in the county of Montgomery; viz., the townships of Bausley upper, Bausley lower, Criggeon, Middleton, and Uppington.

4.1.2. Ford, containing only the township of

4.1.2.1. Ford.

4.1.3. Cardeston, containing the townships of

4.1.3.1. Cardeston,
4.1.3.2. Wattlesborough, (part of)

4.1.4. Westbury, containin the townships of

4.1.4.1. Cause,
4.1.4.2. Forest,
4.1.4.3. Marsh and Wigmore,
4.1.4.4. Minsterley,
4.1.4.5. Stretton,
4.1.4.6. Vennington,
4.1.4.7. Wallop,
4.1.4.8. Westbury,
4.1.4.9. Westley,
4.1.4.10. Whitton,
4.1.4.11. Yockleton.

4.2. The Pontesbury division of the hundred of Ford, contains the parishes of

4.2.1. Pontesbury, containing the townships of

4.2.1.1. Pontesbury,
4.2.1.2. Asterley,
4.2.1.3. Cruckton, Newnbam, and Sascott,
4.2.1.4. Pontesford, Plealey, and Sibberscott,
4.2.1.5. Cruckmeole and Arscott,
4.2.1.6. Hinton, Auston, and Farley,
4.2.1.7. Edge, Lea, and Polmere,
4.2.1.8. Upper Longden,
4.2.1.9. Lower Longden.

N.B. The township of Little Hopwood, in this parish is in the liberties of Shrewsbury, and the township of Oakes, also in this parish, is in the Condover division of the hundred of Condover.

4.2.2. Habberley, containing only the township of

4.2.2.1. Habberley.

4.2.3. Ratlinghope (pro. Rechop) (part of), contains only the township of

4.2.3.1. Gatten.

The other part of the parish viz., the townships of Ratlinghope and Stitt, is in the hundred of Purslow.

4.2.4. Worthen (part of), containing the townships of

4.2.4.1. Heath upper, or over, and Heath nether.
4.2.4.2. Habberley office.

N.B. The remainder of the parish is in the hundred of Chirbury, and in Montgomeryshire.

5. THE LIBERTIES OF SHREWSBURY consists of the Castle Ward, the Stone Ward, and the Welsh Ward divisions.

5.1. The Castle Ward division, contains the following constablewicks, in the parishes of St. Mary, St. Alkmund, St. Julian, Battlefield,Preston Gobalds, Middle, Grinshill, Broughton, and Shawbury.

5.1.1. In the parish of St. Mary.

5.1.1.1. Castle Ward, (part of) within the walls,
5.1.1.2. Castle Foregate, (part of)
5.1.1.3. Cotton Hill, (part of)
5.1.1.4. Great and Little Berwick,
5.1.1.5. Leaton,
5.1.1.6. Newton,
5.1.1.7. Wollascot,
5.1.1.8. Astley (chapelry,)
5.1.1.9. Clive, (chapelry,)
5.1.1.10. Sansaw.

5.1.2. In the parish of St. Alkmond.

5.1.2.1. Castle ward, (part of) within the walls,
5.1.2.2. Castle Foregate, (part of)
5.1.2.3. Cotton Hill, (part of)
5.1.2.4. Hencot,
5.1.2.5. Albright Lee,
5.1.2.6. Harlscot.

N.B. The other parts of the parish of St. Alkmond, viz., part of Stone Ward, within the walls, and Preston Montford and Dinthill, are in the Stone Ward and Welsh Ward divisions.

5.1.3. In the parish of St. Julian.

5.1.3.1. Castle Foregate, (part of)
5.1.3.2. Cotton Hill, (part of)

N.B. The other parts of the parish of St. Julian, viz., part of Stone Ward, within the walls, part of Coleham, part of Pulley, and part of Shelton and Oxon, are in the Stone Ward, and Welsh Ward divisions.

5.1.4. In the parish of Battlefield.

5.1.4.1. Battlefield,
5.1.4.2. Albright Hussey, or All Hussey,

5.1.5. In the parish of Preston Gobalds.

5.1.5.1. Preston Gobalds, or Gubbalds,
5.1.5.2. Merrington,

5.1.6. In the parish of Middle.

5.1.6.1. Hadnall, (chapelry,)
5.1.6.2. Haston,
5.1.6.3. Hardwicke and Shotton,
5.1.6.4. Smethcot,
5.1.6.5. Alderton,

N.B. The remainder of the parish of Middle, viz., Middle, Balderton, Newton on the hill, and Marton townships, and part of the township of Sleap, is in the hundred of Pimhill.

5.1.7. In the parish of Grinshill.

5.1.7.1. Grinshill.

5.1.8. In the parish of Broughton.

5.1.8.1. Broughton,
5.1.8.2. Yorton,

5.1.9. In the parish of Shawbury.

5.1.9.1. Acton Reynold,

N.B. The remainder of the parish of Shawbury, comprehends Edgeboulton, Shawbury, Muckleton, (part of) Preston Brockhurst, Great Wytheford, and Little Wytheford townships, in the Whitchurch division of Bradford, North; and Besford township in the hundred of Pimhill.

5.2. The Stone Ward division contains the following constablewicks, in the parishes of St. Julian, St. Chad, St. Alkmund, Holy Cross and St. Giles, Meole Brace, Sutton, and Pontesbury.

5.2.1. In the parish of St. Julian.

5.2.1.1. Stone Ward, (part of) within the walls,
5.2.1.2. Colebam, (part of)
5.2.1.3. Pulley, (part of)

N.B. The remainder of the parish of St. Julian, viz., part of Castle Foregate, part of Cotton Hill, and part of Shelton and Oxon, are in Castle Ward, and Welsh Ward divisions.

5.2.2. In the parish of St. Chad.

5.2.2.1. Betton and Alkmere,
5.2.2.2. Whitley and Welbach,

N.B. The remainder of the parish of St. Chad, viz., Welsh Ward, Frankwell, Up Rossal, Down Rossal, Bicton and Calcot, Onslow, Woodcote and Horton, Monkmeole and Gooshill, and part of Shelton and Oxon, is in Welsh Ward division.

5.2.3. In the parish of St. Alkmond.

N.B. The remainder of the parish of St. Alkmond viz., part of the Castle ward within the walls, part of Castle Foregate, part of Cotton bill, Hencot, Albrightlee and Harlacot townships, Preston Montford, and Dinthill, is in Castle Ward and Welsh Ward divisions.

5.2.4. In the parish of Holy Cross and St. Giles.

5.2.4.1. Abbey Foregate, east end,
5.2.4.2. Abbey Foregate, west end,
5.2.4.3. Coleham, (part of)

5.2.5. In the parish of Meole Brace.

5.2.5.1. Meole Brace,
5.2.5.2. Pulley, (part of)
5.2.5.3. Nobold,
5.2.5.4. Newton, and Edgebold,

5.2.6. In the parish of Sutton.

5.2.6.1. Sutton.

5.2.7. In the parish of Pontesbury.

5.2.7.1. Little Hanwood,

N.B. The other parts of the parish of Pontesbury, viz., Pontesbury, Asterley, Cruekton, Newnham and Sascott, Pontesford Plealey and Sibberscott, Cruckmeole and Arscott, Hinton Auston and Farley, Edge Lea and Polmere, Upper Longden, and Lower Longden, are in the Pontesbury division of the hundred of Ford, and the township of Oakes, also in this parish, is in the Condover division of the hundred of Condover.

5.3. The Welsh Ward division, contains the following constablewicks, in the parishes of St. Chad, St. Julian, St. Alkmund, and Hanwood.

5.3.1. In the parish of St. Chad.

5.3.1.1. Welsh Ward,
5.3.1.2. Frankwell,
5.3.1.3. Up Rossal,
5.3.1.4. Down Rossal,
5.3.1.5. Bicton and Calcot,
5.3.1.6. Onslow,
5.3.1.7. Woodcote and Horton,
5.3.1.8. Monk Meole & Gooshill,
5.3.1.9. Shelton & Oxon, (part of)

5.3.2. In the parish of St. Chad.

N.B. The other part of the parish of St. Chad, viz., part of Stone Ward, within the walls, Betton and Alkmere, and Whitley and Welbach townships, is in Stone Ward division.

5.3.3. In the parish of St. Julian.

5.3.3.1. Shelton and Oxon, (part of)

N.B. The other parts of the parish of St. Julian, viz., part of Castle Foregate, part of Cotton Hill, part of Stone Ward, within the walls, part of Coleham, and part of Pulley, are in Castle Ward, and Stone Ward divisions.

5.3.4. In the parish of St. Alkmond.

5.3.4.1. Preston Montford, and Dinthill,

N.B. The other parts of the parish of St. Alkmond, viz., part of Castle Ward, within the walls, part of Castle Foregate, part of Cotton Hill, and the townships of Hencot, Albright Lee, and Harlacot, part of Stone Ward, within the walls, part of Coleham, and part of Pulley, are in Castle Ward, and Stone Ward divisions.

5.3.5. In the parish of Hanwood, or Great Hanwood.

5.3.5.1. Hanwood,

6. THE HUNDRED OF CONDOVER comprehends the Cound and Condover divisions.

6.1. The Cound division of the hundred of Condover contains the parishes of

6.1.1. Berrington, containing the townships of

6.1.1.1. Berrington,
6.1.1.2. Brompton,
6.1.1.3. Eaton Mascott,
6.1.1.4. Cantlop.

6.1.2. Cound, containing the townships of

6.1.2.1. Cound, (Lower)
6.1.2.2. Golding,
6.1.2.3. Harnage,
6.1.2.4. Cound. (Upper)

Cressage, a township in this parish, and a chapelry, is is the Condover division of the hundred.

6.1.3. Pitchford, containing only the township of

6.1.3.1. Pitchford.

6.1.4. Acton Burnel, containing the townships of

6.1.4.1. Acton Burnel,
6.1.4.2. Buckley and Langley, (chapelry,)
6.1.4.3. Acton Pigott.

6.1.5. Harley, containing the townships of

6.1.5.1. Harley, (part of)
6.1.5.2. Blakeway Farm.

N.B. The other part of Harley is in Wenlock.

6.1.6. Kenley, containing only the township of

6.1.6.1. Kenley.

6.1.7. Preen, or Church Preen, containing only the township of

6.1.7.1. Church Preen.

6.1.8. Atcham (part of), containing the townships of

6.1.8.1. Bettor,
6.1.8.2. Chilton,
6.1.8.3. Cronkhill,
6.1.8.4. Entstrey, or Eamstry.

N.B. The other townships in this parish, are Atcham, or Attingham, Uckington, and Berwick Maviston, all in the Wellington division of the hundred of Bradford, South.

6.1.9. Cardington (part of), containing only the township of

6.1.9.1. Holt Preen.

N.B. The other townships in this parish are Cardington, Chatwell, Cowley, Enchmarsh, Gretton, Lydleys Hayes, Plush, and Wilston, all in the upper division of the hundred of Munslow.

6.2. The Condover division of the hundred of Condover contains the parishes of

6.2.1. Condover, containing the townships of

6.2.1.1. Condover,
6.2.1.2. Bayston,
6.2.1.3. Boreton,
6.2.1.4. Condover Hamlets,
6.2.1.5. Dorrington,
6.2.1.6. Great Lyth,
6.2.1.7. Great Ryton,
6.2.1.8. Little Lyth and Westley,
6.2.1.9. Lythwood, which is a royal manor.

6.2.2. Stapleton, containing the townships of

6.2.2.1. Stapleton and the Hamlets,
6.2.2.2. Netley.

6.2.3. Church Pulverbatch, or Churton, containing the townships of

6.2.3.1. Church Pulverbatch,
6.2.3.2. Castle Pulverbatch,
6.2.3.3. Cothercott,
6.2.3.4. Wilderley,
6.2.3.5. Wrentnall.

6.2.4. Frodesley, containing only the township of

6.2.4.1. Frodesley.

6.2.5. Longnor, containing only the township of

6.2.5.1. Longnor.

6.2.6. Smethcott, containing the townships of

6.2.6.1. Smethcott,
6.2.6.2. Picklescott,
6.2.6.3. Betchcott.

6.2.7. Wolstaston, containing only the township of

6.2.7.1. Wolstaston.

6.2.8. Leebotwood, containing only the township of

6.2.8.1. Leebotwood.

6.2.9. Cound (part of), containing only the township of

6.2.9.1. Cressage, (a chapelry)

N.B. The other townships in this parish are Golding, Harnage, Lower Cound, and Upper Cound, all in the Cound division of the hundred.

6.2.10. Pontesbury (part of), containing only the township of

6.2.10.1. Oakes.

The other townships of this parish are Asterley, Cruckmeole, Cruckton, Edge, Hinton, Longden Lower, Longden Upper, Pontesbury, and Pontesford, in the Pontesbury division of the hundred of Ford, and the township of Little Hanwood, in the liberties of Shrewsbury.

6.2.11. Leighton (part of), containing only the township of

6.2.11.1. Belswardine, or Belserdine.

The other two townships of this parish viz., Leighton, and Garmston, are in the Wellington division of the hundred of Bradford, South.

7. THE FRANCHISE OF WENLOCK is divided into seven portions, which are here numbered as they be from north to south.

7.1. The first, or main division of the franchise of Wenlock, contains the extra-parochial place of Posenhall and the parishes of

7.1.1. Wenlock Parva, or Little Wenlock, containing only the township of

7.1.1.1. Wenlock.

7.1.2. Madeley, containing only the township of

7.1.2.1. Madeley.

7.1.3. Benthall, containing only the township of

7.1.3.1. Benthall.

7.1.4. Broseley, containing only the township of

7.1.4.1. Broseley.

7.1.5. Barrow, containing the townships of

7.1.5.1. Barrow,
7.1.5.2. Caughley.

7.1.6. Wenlock Magna, or Much Wenlock, containing the townships of

7.1.6.1. Wenlock,
7.1.6.2. Atterley,
7.1.6.3. Burton,
7.1.6.4. Callaughton,
7.1.6.5. Presthope,
7.1.6.6. Walton,
7.1.6.7. Wigwag, Homer & Harley, (part of) (the other part of Harley, where the church stands, is in the hundred of Condover),
7.1.6.8. Wyke and Bradley.

7.1.7. Willey, containing only the township of

7.1.7.1. Willey.

7.1.8. Hughley, containing only the township of

7.1.8.1. Hughley.

7.1.9. Linley, containing only the township of

7.1.9.1. Linley,

7.1.10. Monk Hopton, containing the townships of

7.1.10.1. Monk Hopton,
7.1.10.2. Weston and Oxenbold.

7.1.11. Ditton Priors, or Priors Ditton, containing the townships of

7.1.11.1. Ditton Priors,
7.1.11.2, Middleton Priors.

N.B. The remainder of this parish, viz., the township of Ruthall and Ashfield, is in the hundred of Munslow.

7.2. The second division of the franchise of Wenlock, contains the parishes of

7.2.1. Beckbury, containing only the township of

7.2.1.1. Beckbury.

7.2.2. Badger, containing only the township of

7.2.2.1. Badger.

7.3. The third division of the franchise of Wenlock, contains the parish of

7.3.1. Eaton under Haywood (part of), containing the township of

7.3.1.1. Longville, Lushcot, and Eastwall, (part of).

N.B. The other townships in this parish are Eaton, Hatton, Hungerford and Millichope, and Ticklerton, all in the fifth portion of the franchise.

7.4. The fourth division of the franchise of Wenlock contains the parish of

7.4.1. Shipton, containing only the township of

7.4.1.1. Shipton.

7.5. The fifth division of the franchise of Wenlock contains the parish of

7.5.1. Eaton under Haywood (part of), containing the townships of

7.5.1.1. Eaton,
7.5.1.2. Hatton,
7.5.1.3. Hungerford and Millichope,
7.5.1.4. Ticklerton.

N.B. The other township in this parish is Longville, Lushcot and part of Eastwall, in the third division.

7.6. The sixth division of the franchise of Wenlock, contains the parish of

7.6.1. Deuxhill, containing only the township of

7.6.1.1. Deuxhill.

7.7. The seventh division of the franchise of Wenlock, contains the parish of

7.7.1. Stoke St. Milborough, containing the townships of

7.7.1.1. Clee Stanton, Clee Downton, and the Moor,
7.7.1.2. Stoke St. Milborough.

N.B. The remainder of this parish, viz., the township of Heath, a chapelry, is in the hundred of Munslow.

8. THE HUNDRED OF BRIMSTRY comprehends the Shiffnal, Bridgnorth, and Hales Owen divisions.

A detached part of this hundred viz., the Hales Owen division is surrounded by Worcestershire, and Staffordshire.

8.1. The Shiffnal division contains the extra-parochial place of Boscobel, adjoining the parish of Donnington, and the parishes of

8.1.1. Shiffnal, containing the townships of

8.1.1.1. Shiffnal,
8.1.1.2. Hatton,
8.1.1.3. Priors Lee (chapelry)
8.1.1.4. Woodside & Lizard,
8.1.1.5. Hunnington & Evelith,
8.1.1.6. Hem, (The)
8.1.1.7. Wyke,
8.1.1.8. Woodhouse,
8.1.1.9. Haughton,
8.1.1.10. Drayton,
8.1.1.11. Stanton,
8.1.1.12. Upton,
8.1.1.13. Aston.

The townships of Hatton, Hunnington, and Evelith, the Hem, Wyke, and Grindle, which is in the parish of Ryton, are in the Hatton constablewick of Shiffnal.

8.1.2. Tong, or Tonge, containing only the township of

8.1.2.1. Tong.

8.1.3. Donnington, containing only the township of

8.1.3.1. Donnington, attached to which is the extra-parochial place of Boscobel.

8.1.4. Kemberton, containing only the township of

8.1.4.1. Kemberton.

8.1.5. Albrighton, containing only the township of

8.1.5.1. Albrighton, which is an ancient corporation.

8.1.6. Ryton, containing the townships of

8.1.6.1. Ryton,
8.1.6.2. Grindle.

Grindle, though in the parish of Ryton, is in the Hatton constablewick of Shiffnal.

8.1.7. Bonningale, or Bonigall, or Bonninghall, or Bonningall, containing only the township of

8.1.7.1. Bonningale, or Bonningall.

8.1.8. Sutton Maddock, containing the townships of

8.1.8.1. Sutton Maddock,
8.1.8.2. Brockton,
8.1.8.3. Harrington.

Sutton Maddock, and Harrington, are both in the constablewick of Sutton Maddock.

8.1.9. Stockton, containing the townships of

8.1.9.1. Stockton.
8.1.9.2. Norton.

8.2. The Bridgnorth division contains the township of Whittemore in the parish of Bobbington, co Stafford, and the parishes of

8.2.1. Worfield, containing the townships of

8.2.1.1. Worfield,
8.2.1.2. Catstree,
8.2.1.3. Chesterton,
8.2.1.4. Ewdness,
8.2.1.5. Hilton,
8.2.1.6. Hoccom,
8.2.1.7. Kingslow,
8.2.1.8. Newton,
8.2.1.9. Oldington,
8.2.1.10. Hallon,
8.2.1.11. Rindleford,
8.2.1.12. Roughton,
8.2.1.13. Rowley,
8.2.1.14. Sonde,
8.2.1.16. Stableford,
8.2.1.16. Stanlow,
8.2.1.17. Swancote,
8.2.1.18. Winscote,
8.2.1.19. Wyken,
8.2.1.20. Bromley Burcot,
8.2.1.21. Ackleton,
8.2.1.22. Bradney,
8.2.1.23. Allscote,
8.2.1.24. Barnesley.

8.2.2. Claverley, contains the townships of

8.2.2.1. Claverley,
8.2.2.2. Dallicote,
8.2.2.3. Farmcote,
8.2.2.4. Hopstone,
8.2.2.5. Ludstone,
8.2.2.6. Heathton,
8.2.2.7. Shipley & Rudge, (part of)
8.2.2.8. Sutton,
8.2.2.9. Woundwall, or Woodall,
8.2.2.10. Chicknell,
8.2.2.11. Beobridge,
8.2.2.12. Broughton,
8.2.2.13. Gatacre,
8.2.2.14. Aston.

N.B. Rudge is in the parish of Pattinghan, co Stafford, and Shipley is in the parish of Claverley.

The Shropshire part of the parish of Bobbington, contains only the township of Whittemere, and the remainder of the parish of Bobbington is in the county of Stafford.

8.3. The Hales Owen division contains only the parish of

8.3.1. Hales Owen (part of), containing the townships of

8.3.1.1. Hales Owen,
8.3.1.2. Cakemore,
8.3.1.3. Hasbury,
8.3.1.4. Hill,
8.3.1.5. Hunnington,
8.3.1.6. Illey,
8.3.1.7. Langley,
8.3.1.8. Lapal,
8.3.1.9. Oldbury,
8.3.1.10. Ridgacre,
8.3.1.11. Hawn,
8.3.1.12. Romsley,
8.3.1.13. Warley.

Lutley, Cradley, and Warley Wigorn, in this parish, are in the county of Worcester.

9. THE HUNDRED OF CHIRBURY comprehends the Upper and Lower divisions.

9.1. The upper division contains the parishes of

9.1.1. Chirbury, contains the townships of

9.1.1.1. Chirbury,
9.1.1.2. Dudston,
9.1.1.3. Hockleton,
9.1.1.4. Marrington,
9.1.1.5. Marton,
9.1.1.6. Middleton,
9.1.1.7. Priestweston,
9.1.1.8. Rorrington,
9.1.1.9. Stockton,
9.1.1.10. Timbirth,
9.1.1.11. Walcot,
9.1.1.12. Wilmington,
9.1.1.13. Winsbury,
9.1.1.14. Wetherton.

9.1.2. Church Stoke (part of), containing the townships of

9.1.2.1. Brompton,
9.1.2.2. Riston.

The rest of this parish is in Montgomeryshire.

9.1.3. Clun (part of), containing only the township of

9.1.3.1. Guildendown, which is entirely separated from the rest of Chirbury, and adjoins the hundreds of Clun and Purslow.

The other townships in this parish are, Bickton, Clun, Edicliff, Hobbaris, Hobendrid, Menutton, Newcastle, Pentryhodry, Purlogue, Shadwell, Spoad, Treverward, Whitson Evan, and Whitcott Keysett, all in the Clun division of the hundred of Clun.

9.2. The lower division contains the parishes of

9.2.1. Worthen, which is divided into four quarters,

Byn Weston quarter, containing the townships of

9.2.1.1. Beachfield,
9.2.1.2. Walton,
9.2.1.3. Byn Weston.

Bromlow quarter, containing the townships of

9.2.1.4. Bromlow,
9.2.1.5. Grimmer,
9.2.1.6. Hope,
9.2.1.7. Leigh,
9.2.1.8. Meadow Town.

Heath quarter, (in the hundred of Ford), containing the townships of

9.2.1.9. Habberley Office,
9.2.1.10. Heath Nether,
9.2.1.11. Heath Upper.

Worthen quarter, containing the townships of

9.2.1.12. Aston Pigott,
9.2.1.13. Aston Rogers,
9.2.1.14. Brockton,
9.2.1.15. Worthen.

The other townships in this quarter viz., Leighton, Rhos Goch, and Trelystan form the chapelry of Wolston alias Weston nyend, and are in the county of Montgomery.

9.2.2. Shelve, containing the townships of

9.2.2.1. Shelve,
9.2.2.2. Rhitton.

9.2.3. Hissington (part of), containing only the township of

9.2.3.1. Mucklewick.

The greater part of the parish of Hissington is in Montgomery hundred, county of Montgomery.

10. THE HUNDRED OF PURSLOW comprehends the Bishopscastle and Stow divisions.

10.1. The Bishopscastle division contains the parishes of

10.1.1. Ratlinghope, or Ratlingshope, pro. Ratchop, containing the townships of

10.1.1.1. Ratlinghope,
10.1.1.2. Stitt.

The other township in this parish, viz., Gatten, is in the hundred of Ford.

10.1.2. Norbury, containing the townships of

10.1.2.1. Norbury,
10.1.2.2. Asterton,
10.1.2.3. Whitcott and Hardwick.

10.1.3. Wentnor, containing the townships of

10.1.3.1. Wentnor,
10.1.3.2. Adstone,
10.1.3.3. Home,
10.1.3.4. Kinnerton,
10.1.3.5. Medlicott.

10.1.4. Lydham (part of), containing only the township of

10.1.4.1. Lydham.

N.B. The rest of this parish is in Montgomeryshire.

10.1.5. More, containing the townships of

10.1.5.1. More and Moreswood,
10.1.5.2. Linley.

10.1.6. Mindtown, containing only the township of

10.1.6.1. Mindtown.

10.1.7. Bishopscastle, containing the townships of

10.1.7.1. Bishopscastle,
10.1.7.2. Broughton,
10.1.7.3. Colebatch,
10.1.7.4. Lea and Oakley,
10.1.7.5. Woodbatch.

Broughton, Colebatch, Lea and Oakley, and Woodbatch, are the out liberties of Bishopscastle.

10.1.8. Lydbury North, containing the townships of

10.1.8.1. Lydbury North,
10.1.8.2. Acton and Down,
10.1.8.3. Brockton,
10.1.8.4. Eaton and Choulton,
10.1.8.5. Eyton and Plowden,
10.1.8.6. Totterton,

10.2. The Stow division contains the extra-parochial places of Horderley, and Dinmore, and the parishes of

10.2.1. Edgton, containing the townships of

10.2.1.1. Edgton,
10.2.1.2. Brunslow or Brownslow.

N.B. The extra-parochial place of Horderley, adjoins the parish of Edgton.

10.2.2. Wistanstow (part of), contains the townships of

10.2.2.1. Wistanstow (part of) and Woolston,
10.2.2.2. China Longville, or Cheney Lougville.

The remainder of the Shropshire part of this parish, viz., the townships of Felhampton, Strefford, Whittingslow, and Wistanstow, (part of) is in the upper division of the hundred of Munslow. The rest of the county is in Montgomeryshire.

10.2.3. Hopesay, containing the townships of

10.2.3.1. Hopesay, Barlow, and Carwood,
10.2.3.2. Aston in Hopesay,
10.2.3.3. Little Brompton, (part of the township of Clunbury and Little Brompton,)
10.2.3.4. Broom and Rowton.

Little Brompton, though in the parish of Hopesay, is in the township of Clunbury and Little Brompton.

10.2.4. Sibdon Castle, containing only the township of

10.2.4.1. Sibdon.

10.2.5. Clunbury, containing the townships of

10.2.5.1. Clunbury, (part of the township of Clunbury and Little Brompton,
10.2.5.2. Clunton,
10.2.5.3. Coston, (part of the township of Coston and Shelderton,
10.2.5.4. Kempton,
10.2.5.5. Obley.

Coston, though in the parish of Clunbury, belongs to the township of Coston and Shelderton.

10.2.6. Clungonas, or Clungunford, containing the townships of

10.2.6.1. Clungunford, or Clungonas,
10.2.6.2. Abcott,
10.2.6.3. Beakjay,
10.2.6.4. Broadward,
10.2.6.5. Coston and Shelderton (part of).

N.B. Coston, though in the township of Coston and Shelderton, is in the parish of Clunbury.

The extra-parochial place of Dinmore, adjoins this parish.

10.2.7. Hopton Castle, containing only the township of

10.2.7.1. Hopton and Hagley.

10.2.8. Bedstone, containing only the township of

10.2.8.1. Jay and Bedstone.

10.2.9. Stow, containing only the township of

10.2.9.1. Stow and Weston,

The township of Lurkenhope in this parish is in the Clun division of the hundred of Clun.

10.2.10. Bucknell (part of), containing only the township of

10.2.10.1. Bucknell.

Bucknell parish is partly in the county of Hereford.

11. THE HUNDRED OF MUNSLOW comprehends the upper and lower divisions.

11.1. The upper division contains the parishes of

11.1.1. Cardington, containing the townships of

11.1.1.1. Cardington,
11.1.1.2. Chatwell,
11.1.1.3. Comley,
11.1.1.4. Enchmarsh,
11.1.1.5. Gretton,
11.1.1.6. Lydleys Hayes,
11.1.1.7. Plush,
11.1.1.8. Wilston,

N.B. The remaining township in this parish viz., Holt Preen, is in the Cound division of the hundred of Condover.

11.1.2. Church Stretton, containing the townships of

11.1.2.1. Church Stretton,
11.1.2.2. All Stretton,
11.1.2.3. Little Stretton,
11.1.2.4. Minton,
11.1.2.5. Botevyle.

11.1.3. Hope Bowdler, containing the townships of

11.1.3.1. Hope Bowdler,
11.1.3.2. Chelmick,
11.1.3.3. Ragdon.

11.1.4. Rushbury, containing the townships of

11.1.4.1. Rushbury,
11.1.4.2. Eastwall,
11.1.4.3. Gretton,
11.1.4.4. Lutwyche,
11.1.4.5. Stanway and Wilderhope,
11.1.4.6. Stone Acton,
11.1.4.7. Wall under Haywood,

11.1.5. Acton Scott, containing the townships of

11.1.5.1. Acton Scott,
11.1.5.2. Aloaston.

11.1.6. Wistanstow (part of), containing the townships of

11.1.6.1. Felhampton,
11.1.6.2, Strefford,
11.1.6.3. Whittingslow,
11.1.6.4. Wistanstow (part of).

The other townships in this parish, viz., Cheney Longville, Woolston, and part of Wistanstow, are in the Stow division of the hundred of Purslow.

11.1.7. Culmington, containing the townships of

11.1.7.1. Culmington,
11.1.7.2. Bach and Norton,
11.1.7.3. Siefton,
11.1.7.4. Stone Burley.

11.2. The lower division contains the parishes of

11.2.1. Easthope, containing only the township of

11.2.1.1. Easthope.

11.2.2. Holdgate, containing the townships of

11.2.2.1. Holdgate,
11.2.2.2. Bouldon, or Boulden,
11.2.2.3. Brookhampton.

11.2.3. Long Stanton, or Stanton Long, containing the townships of

11.2.3.1. Stanton Long,
11.2.3.2. Brockton.

11.2.4. Priors Ditton, or Ditton Priors (part of), containing only the township of

11.2.4.1. Ruthall and Ashfield.

The other part of this parish, viz., the township of Ditton Priors, and Middleton Priors, is in the franchise of Wenlock.

11.2.5. Munslow, containing the townships of

11.2.5.1. Munslow,
11.2.5.2. Aston,
11.2.5.3. Broadstone,
11.2.5.4. Poston, (part of)
11.2.5.5. Thonglands.

N.B. The other part of the township of Poston is in the parish of Diddlebury.

11.2.6. Tugford, containing only the township of

11.2.6.1. Tugford.

11.2.7. Abdon, containing only the township of

11.2.7.1. Abdon.

11.2.8. Diddlebury, or Delbury, containing the townships of

11.2.8.1. Diddlebury,
11.2.8.2. Corfton,
11.2.8.3. Sparc-Ilford,
11.2.8.4. Lawton & Little Sutton,
11.2.8.5. Peeton, or Peaton,
11.2.8.6. Upper Parks,
11.2.8.7. Lower Parks,
11.2.8.8. Westhope, (chapelry)
11.2.8.9. Great Sutton,
11.2.8.10. Middlehope,
11.2.8.11. Poston, (part of)

N.B. The other part of the township of Poston, is in the parish of Munslow.

11.2.9. Clee St. Margaret, containing only the township of

11.2.9.1. Clee St. Margaret.

11.2.10. Cold Weston, containing only the township of

11.2.10.1. Cold Weston.

11.2.11. Stoke St. Milborough (part of), containing only the township of

11.2.11.1. Heath, (chapelry).

The other townships of this parish, viz., Clee Stanton, and Cleo Lotman, are in the franchise of Wenlock.

11.2.12. Stoke Say, containing the townships of

11.2.12.1. Stoke Say and Newton,
11.2.12.2. Aldon,
11.2.12.3. Whettleton.

11.2.13. Hopton, containing only the township of

11.2.13.1. Hopton.

11.2.14. Onibury, containing the townships of

11.2.14.1. Onibury,
11.2.14.2. Walton.

11.2.15. Staunton Lacy, containing the townships of

11.2.15.1. Staunton Lacy,
11.2.15.2. Downton,
11.2.15.3. East Hamlets,
11.2.15.4. Lower Hayton,
11.2.15.5. Rocke, Upper Hayton,
11.2.15.6. West Hamlets,
11.2.15.7. Henley,
11.2.15.8. Wootton.

11.2.16. Bromfield, containing the townships of

11.2.16.1. Bromfield,
11.2.16.2. Dinchope,
11.2.16.3. Halford, (chapelry)
11.2.16.4. Clay, Felton, & Witbach,
11.2.16.5. Lady Halton & Hill Halton,
11.2.16.6. Priors Halton,
11.2.16.7. Rye, Felton, and Burway.

11.2.17. Ashford Bowdler, containing only the township of

11.2.17.1. Ashford Bowdler.

11.2.18. Ashford Carbonel, containing only the township of

11.2.18.1. Ashford Carbonel (part of).

The other part of this township is in the hundred of Stottesden.

11.2.19. Richard's Castle (part of), containing the townships of

11.2.19.1. Moor with Batchcot,
11.2.19.2. Overton,
11.2.19.3. Woolverton or Wooferten.

The greater part of the parish of Richard's Castle, is in Wolfy hundred, county of Hereford.

11.2.20. Clungunford or Clungonas (part of), containing only the township of

11.2.20.1. Shelderton.

The other townships of this parish, viz., Clungunford, Abcott, Beckjay, and Broadward, are in the Stow division of the hundred of Purslow.

11.2.21. Bitterley (part of), containing the townships of

11.2.21.1. Lower Ledwitch,
11.2.21.2. Middleton.

Of the remaining townships of this parish, Aston Botterell, and part of Snitton, are in the Cleobury division of the hundred of Stottesden; Cleeton, and Bitterley are in the hundred of Overs.

12. THE BOROUGH OF LUDLOW contains only the parish of

12.1. St. Lawrence.

It is divided into three wards, viz., Broad Street and Castle Ward, Corve Street Ward, and Old Street Ward.

13. THE HUNDRED OF STOTTESDEN comprehends the Cleobury and Chelmarsh divisions.

13.1. The Cleobury division contains the parishes of

13.1.1. Burwarton, containing only the township of

13.1.1.1. Burwarton.

13.1.2. Aston Boterel, containing only the township of

13.1.2.1. Aston Botterel.

13.1.3. Wheathill or Whethill, containing only the township of

13.1.3.1. Wheathill.

13.1.4. Stottesden, containing the townships of

13.1.4.1. Stottesden,
13.1.4.2. Dudlick, or Didlick,
13.1.4.3. Harcourt,
13.1.4.4. Overton,
13.1.4.5. Walton,
13.1.4.6. Wrickton and Walkersrow.

The other township in this parish, viz., Farlow, (a chapelry,) is in a detached part of Herefordshire, which is bounded by Stottesden and Overs.

13.1.5. Kinlett, containing the townships of

13.1.5.1. Kinlett,
13.1.5.2. Earnwood.

13.1.6. Hopton Wafers, containing only the township of

13.1.6.1. Hopton Wafers.

13.1.7. Neen Savage, containing the townships of

13.1.7.1. Neen Savage,
13.1.7.2. Detton.

13.1.8. Dowles, containing only the township of

13.1.8.1. Dowles.

13.1.9. Cleobury Mortimer, containing the townships of

13.1.9.1. Cleobury Mortimer,
13.1.9.2. Cleobury Foreign,
13.1.9.3. Doddington.

13.1.10. Hope Baggot or Baggotshope, containing only the township of

13.1.10.1. Hope Baggot.

13.1.11. Corley or Corely, containing only the township of

13.1.11.1. Corley, or Coreley.

13.1.12. Cainham, containing the townships of

13.1.12.1. Cainham,
13.1.12.2. Bennet's end.

13.1.13. Ashford Carbonel, containing only part of the township of

13.1.13.1. Ashford Carbonel.

The other part of the township is in the hundred of Munslow.

13.1.14. Bitterley (part of), containing only the township of

13.1.14.1. Snitton.

The townships of Lower Ledwitch, and Middleton, in this parish, are in the hundred of Munslow, and the townships of Cleeton, and Bitterley, are in the hundred of Overs.

13.1.15. Ludford (part of), containing the townships of

13.1.15.1. Sheet,
13.1.15.2. Steventon and Holdgate's fee.

The rest of the parish, viz. the township of Ludford, is in Herefordshire.

13.2. The Chelmarsh division contains the parishes of

13.2.1. Shineton, containing only the township of

13.2.1.1. Shineton.

13.2.2. Pattingham (part of), containing only part of the township of

13.2.2.1. Shipley and Rudge.

N.B. Shipley is in the parish of Claverley, and Rudge in the parish of Pattingham. The other part of the parish of Pattingham is in the county of Stafford.

13.2.3. Astley Abbots, containing only the township of

13.2.3.1. Astley Abbotts.

13.2.4. Acton Round, containing only the township of

13.2.4.1. Acton Round.

13.2.5. Tasley, containing only the township of

13.2.5.1. Tasley.

13.2.6. Morvield or Morvill, containing the townships of

13.2.6.1. Morvill,
13.2.6.2. Aston Air, or Eyre, or Ayres,
13.2.6.3. Houghton, Croft, &c.

13.2.7. Upton Cresset, containing only the township of

13.2.7.1. Upton Cresset.

13.2.8. Oldbury, containing only the township of

13.2.8.1. Oldbury.

13.2.9. Chetton, containing the townships of

13.2.9.1. Chetton,
13.2.9.2. Loughton, (a chapelry)
13.2.9.3. Eudon George,
13.2.9.4. Eudon Burnell.

13.2.10. Quatford (part of), containing only the township of

13.2.10.1. Eardington.

Part of the parish of Quatford belongs to the liberties of Bridgnorth.

13.2.11. Neenton, containing only the township of

13.2.11.1. Neenton.

13.2.12. Cleobury North, containing the townships of

13.2.12.1. Cleobury North,
13.2.12.2. Bold and Charlcott.

13.2.13. Glazeley, containing only the township of

13.2.13.1. Glazeley.

13.2.14. Middleton Scriven, containing only the township of

13.2.14.1. Middleton Scriven.

13.2.15. Chelmarsh, containing the townships of

13.2.15.1. Chelmarsh,
13.2.15.2. Hampton,
13.2.15.3. Sutton.

13.2.16. Quat (part of), containing the townships of

13.2.16.1. Quat,
13.2.16.2. Quat Malvern,
13.2.16.3. Quat Jarvis,
13.2.16.4. Dudmaston,
13.2.16.5. Mose.

13.2.17. Sidbury, containing only the township of

13.2.17.1. Sidbury.

13.2.18. Billingsley, containing only the township of

13.2.18.1. Billingsley.

13.2.19. Alveley, containing the townships of

13.2.19.1. Nordley Regis,
13.2.19.2. Alveley.

Part of Alveley is in the liberties of Bridgnorth.

13.2.20. Higley, containing only the township of

13.2.20.1. Higley.

14. THE BOROUGH AND LIBERTIES OF BRIDGNORTH, a royal peculiar, comprehends

14.1. The parish of St. Mary Magdalen,
14.2. The parish of St. Leonard,
14.3. The parish of Quatford,
14.4. The liberties of Quat Jarvis, in the parish of Quat,
14.5. The liberty of Romsley in the parish of Alveley,

15. THE HUNDRED AND HONOUR OF CLUN comprehends the Mainstone and Clun divisions.

15.1. The Mainstone division contains the parishes of

15.1.1. Mainstone (part of), containing the townships of

15.1.1.1. Mainstone,
15.1.1.2. Edenhope,
15.1.1.3. Reilth.

The remainder of this parish is in Montgomeryshire.

15.1.2. Bettws, or Bettus, containing the townships of

15.1.2.1. Bettws,
15.1.2.2. Kevencallonogg,
15.1.2.3. Rugantin,
15.1.2.4. Trebrodier.

15.1.3. Lanvair Waterdine, containing the townships of

15.1.3.1. Llanvair,
15.1.3.2. Clewilsey,
15.1.3.3. Funnonvair,
15.1.3.4. Menethesney,
15.1.3.5. Selley,
15.1.3.6. Skyborrah,
15.1.3.7. Treberth.

15.2. The Clun division contains only the parish of

15.2.1. Clun, containing the townships of

15.2.1.1. Clun,
15.2.1.2. Eddicliff,
15.2.1.3. Hobendrid,
15.2.1.4. Newcastle,
15.2.1.5. Bickton,
15.2.1.6. Hobbaris & Menutton,
15.2.1.7. Pentryhodry,
15.2.1.8. Parlogue,
15.2.1.9. Shadwell,
15.2.1.10. Spoad,
15.2.1.11. Treverward,
15.2.1.12. Whitcott Evan,
15.2.1.13. Whitcott Keyset.

15.2.2. Stow (part of), containing only the township of

15.2.2.1. Lurkenhope.

The other part of the parish is in the Stow division of the hundred of Purslow,

15.2.3. Clunbury (part of), containing only the township of

15.2.3.1. Obley.

The other townships in this parish are in the Stow division of the hundred of Purslow.

16. THE HUNDRED OF OVERS is not divided into divisions.

16.1. The hundred of Overs contains the parishes of

16.1.1. Silvington, containing only the township of

16.1.1.1 Silvington and Cleeton.

16.1.2. Bitterley (part of), containing only the township of

16.1.2.1. Bitterley.

This parish contains also the townships of Lower Ledwitch, and Middleton, in the lower division of the hundred of Munslow, and the township of Snitton, in the Cleobury division of the hundred of Stottesden.

16.1.3. Milson, containing only the township of

16.1.3.1.Milson.

16.1.4. Neen Sollers, containing only the township of

16.1.4.1. Neen Sollers, or Neen Solars.

16.1.5, Greet, containing only the township of

16.1.5.1. Greet.

16.1.6. Burford, containing the townships of

16.1.6.1. Burford,
16.1.6.2. Buraston,
16.1.6.3. Nash,
16.1.6.4. Whitton, (a chapelry)
16.1.6.5. Stoke,
16.1.6.6. Tilsop,
16.1.6.7. Weston,
16.1.6.8. Whetmore.

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