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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.[1]

Hundred Parishes
Castlemartin Angle, Bosheston, Castlemartin, Cosheston, Hodgeston, Lamphey, Maenorbŷr, Nash, Pembroke, Penally, Pwllcrochon, Rhoscrowdder, St. Florence, St. Petrox, St. Twinells, Stackpole Elidir, Upton, Warren
Cemais Bayvil, Bont-faen, Castlebythe, Dinas, Eglwyswrw, Fishguard, Henry's Moat, Little Newcastle, Llandeilo, Llanfair Nant-gwyn, Llanfyrnach, Llangolman, Llanllawer, Llantwyd, Llanychâr, Llanychlwydog, Maenclochog, Meline, Monington, Morfil, Moylgrove, Mynachlog-ddu, Nevern, Newport, Puncheston, St. Dogmaels, Whitechurch
Cilgerran Bridell, Capel Colman, Cilgerran, Cilrhedyn, Clydai, Llanfihangel Penbedw, Maenordeifi, Penrhydd
Dewisland Brawdy, Granston, Hayscastle, Jordanston, Letterston, Llandeloy, Llanfair Nant-y-gof, Llanhywel, Llanrheithan, Llanrhian, Llanstinan, Llanwnda, Marnawan, Mathri, St. David's, St. Dogwells, St. Edrens, St. Elvis, St. Lawrence, St. Nicholas, Whitchurch
Dungleddy Ambleston, Bletherston, Boulston, Clarbeston, Llandysilio West, Llan-y-cefn, Llawhaden, Llys-y-frân, New Moat, Prendergast, Rudbaxton, Slebech, Spital, Uzmaston, Walton East, Wiston
Narberth Amroth, Begeli, Carew, Crinow, Crunwear, Gumfreston, Jeffreston, Lawrenni, Llanbedr Felffre, Llanddewi Felffre, Llanfallteg West, Loveston, Ludchurch, Martletwy, Minwear, Monkton, Mounton, Narberth, Newton North, Redberth, Reynalton, Robeston Wathen, St. Issells, Tenby, Yerbeston
Rhos Burton, Camros, Dale, Freystrop, Haroldston St. Issells, Haroldston West, Hasguard, Haverfordwest, Herbrandston, Hubberston, Johnston, Lambston, Llangwm, Llanstadwel, Marloes, Nolton, Robeston West, Roch, Rosemarket, St. Brides, St. Ishmaels, St. Mary's Church Haverfordwest, St. Thomas' Church Haverfordwest, Steynton, Talbenni, Trefgarn, Walwyn's Castle, West Walton, Llandysilio East


  1. Charles, B. G. The Place-Names of Pembrokeshire. 2 vols. Aberystwyth: National Library of Wales, 1992.


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