Place:Willybrook Hundred, Northamptonshire, England

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NameWillybrook Hundred
TypeHundred
Located inNorthamptonshire, England

A Vision of Britain through Time provides the following description of Willybrook Hundred from John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales of 1870-72:

"WILLYBROOK, a river and a hundred in the NE of Northampton[shire]. The river rises near Rockingham; runs 10 miles north-eastward to Kingscliffe; and goes thence 5 miles south-south-eastward to the Nen, near Fotheringhay. The hundred contains 14 parishes. Acres: 27,490. Population: 6,995. Houses: 1,476."

Willybrook Hundred is not covered by the Victoria County History of Northamptonshire. For a map of the hundreds of of Northamptonshire, see A Vision of Britain through Time.

List of Parishes

ParishDescriptionNotes
Apethorpe parish (ancient), civil parish
Collyweston parish (ancient), civil parish
Cotterstock parish (ancient), civil parish
Duddington chapelry, civil parish
Easton on the Hill parish (ancient), civil parish
Fotheringhay parish (ancient), civil parish
Glapthorn chapelry, civil parish
Kings Cliffe parish (ancient), civil parish
Lutton parish (ancient), civil parish
Nassington parish (ancient), civil parish
Southwick parish (ancient), civil parish
Tansor parish (ancient), civil parish
Woodnewton chapelry, civil parish
Yarwell chapelry, civil parish