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Twyford was in the hundred of Charlton, but note:Twyford was a chapelry of Hurst, with first a chapel built under the will of Edward Polehampton, who died in 1721. Twyford St Mary parish was not formed until 1848 after the church was constructed the year before. Both Hurst and Twyford (effectively a small northern piece of the original ancient parish if Hurst) essentially formed part of Charlton Hundred from pre-Norman times onwards. In 1832 the parish of Hurst comprised four Liberties (Liberty = a manor or group of manors, or other area that lies outside the jurisdiction of the sheriff (a county official)). Whistley was in Charlton Hundred, Broad Hinton (then in Wiltshire) but later (in 1844) was also annexed to Charlton Hundred. The Liberties of Newland and Winnersh are in the south of the parish. Hurst parish was just short of 7,000 acres in extent and about half of this area was in the Charlton Hundred. Whistley Liberty was almost 2,000 acres with Hurst Church and village at its centre. By the 14th Century, Charlton Hundred was in the possession of the King, and Sonning Hundred (not in existence as such at Domesday) had the Bishop of Salisbury as its Lord.
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