Place:Skenfrith Hundred, Monmouthshire, Wales


NameSkenfrith Hundred
Located inMonmouthshire, Wales
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Skenfrith Hundred was an ancient hundred of Monmouthshire. It was bounded on the northeast by the county of Herefordshire, England, on the west by Abergavenny Hundred and on the south by Rhaglan Hundred.

The exclave of Welsh Bicknor was transferred to Herefordshire in 1844 (and has consequently been omitted from the table below). Other parts of the hundred are now administered by the unitary authority of Monmouthshire.


PlaceType of Place Notes
Dixton parish (ancient), civil parish
Grosmont parish (ancient), civil parish
Llangatwg Feibion Afel parish (ancient), civil parish
Llangua chapelry, civil parish
Llantillio Crossenny parish (ancient), civil parish
Llanvihangel Ystern Llewern parish (ancient), civil parish
Monmouth parish (ancient), civil parish
Rockfield parish (ancient), civil parish
Skenfrith parish (ancient), civil parish
St. Maughans parish (ancient), civil parish
Wonastow chapelry, parish (ancient), civil parish
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