Doddingtree Hundred Worcestershire

Doddingtree Hundred Worcestershire Delineated C. and J. Greenwood 1822

Doddingtree – a hundred on the western side of the county, bounded by Herefordshire on the one side, and partly by the Severn on the other. The upper division contains Acton Beauchamp, Alfrick, Areley-Kings, Berrington, Bockleton, Clifton-on-Teme, Cotheridge, Eastham, Edwin-Loach, Hanley-Child, Hanley-William, Hilhampton, Kyre-Minor, Kyre-Wyard, Lulsley, Martley, Orleton, Sapey-Pritchard, Shelsley-Kings, Shelsley-Walsh, Stanford, Suckley, Sutton, and Tenbury. The lower division contains Abberley, Alton, Astley, Bayton, Bewdley, Doddenham, Mamble, Ribbesford, Shelsley-Beauchamp, Shrawley, and Stockton. The upper division containing 1461 inhabited houses, and 7688 inhabitants; and the lower, 1867 inhabited houses, and 8814 inhabitants.

Places within Doddingtree Hundred

  • Abberley Worcestershire
  • Acton Beauchamp
  • Areley Kings
  • Astley
  • Bayton
  • Berrington
  • Bewdley
  • Bockleton
  • Clifton-upon-Teme
  • Doddenham
  • Eastham, Worcestershire
  • Edvin Loach
  • Great Kyre
  • Great Witley
  • Hanley Child
  • Hanley William
  • Lower Sapey
  • Lulsley
  • Mamble
  • Martley
  • Orleton
  • Ribbesford
  • Rock
  • Shelsley Beauchamp
  • Shelsley Kings
  • Shelsley Walsh
  • Shrawley
  • Stanford on Teme
  • Stockton, Worcestershire
  • Suckley
  • Sutton
  • Tenbury
  • Tenbury Foreign

Source: Worcestershire Delineated: Being a Topographical Description of Each Parish, Chapelry, Hamlet, &c. In the County; with the distances and bearings from their respective market towns, &c. By C. and J. Greenwood. Printed by T. Bensley, Crane Court, Fleet Street, London, 1822.