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The hundred was an administrative subdivision of a county, usually a group of two or more parishes. Little authority was left to this level of jurisdiction by the time of the County Courts Act of 1867. Land tax assessments and militia records are arranged by hundred. The list of hundreds and parishes below is from a map showing the civil parishes in the county published in 1887.

Hundred Parishes[1]
Caerphilly Eglwysilan, Gelligaer, Llanfabon, Llanvedw, Merthyr Tydfil, Rhydygwern, Rudry, Van, Whitchurch Upper
Cowbridge Cowbridge Town, Eglwys Brewis, Flemingston, Gileston, Llanblethian, Llandough juxta Cowbridge, Llanharan, Llanharry, Llanilid, Llanmaes, Llanfyhangel, Llansannor, Llantwit Major, Llysworney, Pendoylan, St. Athan, St. Hilary, St. Mary Church, Welsh St. Donats, Ystradowen
Dinas Powys Barry, Bonvilston, Cadoxton juxta Barry, Cogan, Lavernock, Leckwith, Llancarfan, Llandough-juxta-penarth, Llanilterne, Llantrythid, Merthyr Dyfan, Michaelston-le-Pit, Michaelston-super-Ely, Penarth, Penmark, Peterson-super-Ely, Porthkerry, St. Andrews Major, Brides-super-Ely, St. Fagans, St. George-super-Ely, St. Lythans, St. Nicholas, Sully, Wenvoe
Kibbor Caeru, Lisvane, Cardiff Town, Llandaff, Llanederyn, Llanishen, Roath
Llangyfelach Llangiwg, Llangyfelach, Llanrhidian, Llansamlet
Miskin Aberdare, Llantrisant, Llantwit Fardre, Llanwonno, Pentyrch, Raydr, Ystradyfodwg
Neath Aberavon, Baglan, Briton Ferry, Cadoxton-juxta-Neath, Cilybebyll, Glyncorrwg, Llantwit-juxta-Neath, Michael-super-Avon, Neath
Newcastle Bettws, Coity, Coychurch, Kenfig Borough, Laleston, Llangynwyd, Margam, Newcastle, Newton Nottage, Peterson-super-Montem, Pyle, St. Brides Minor, Tythegston
Ogmore Colwinston, Ewenny, Llandow, Llandyfodwg, Llangan, Llangeinor, Marcross, Merthyr Mawr, Monknash, Penllyn, St. Brides Major, St. Donats, St. Mary Hill, Wick, Ynysawdre
Swansea Bishopston, Cheriton, Ilston, Knelston, Llandewi, Llandeilo Talybont, Llangennith, Llanmadoc, Llanrhidian, Lougher, Nicholaston, Oxwich, Oystermouth, Pennard, Penmaen, Penrice, Port Eynon, Reynoldston, Rhossili, St. John, Swansea

Sources

  1. Bute Papers XXXIV 1-19 Glamorgan Militia Lists: Llangyfelach Hundred 1819 - 1920. Glamorgan Family History Society. 1998.

 

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