Black Torrington Hundred

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The hundred of Black Torrington was the name of one of thirty two ancient administrative units of Devon, England.[1]

The parishes in the hundred were: Abbots Bickington; Ashbury; Ashwater; Beaworthy; Belstone; Black Torrington; Boyton (Cornwall) (part); Bradford; Bradworthy; Bridgerule; Broadwoodkelly; Clawton; Cookbury; Exbourne; Halwill; Hatherleigh; Highampton; Hollacombe; Holsworthy; Honeychurch; Inwardleigh; Jacobstowe; Luffincott; Milton Damerel; Monkokehampton; Northlew; North Petherwin; Pancrasweek;[2] Pyworthy; Sampford Courtenay; St Giles on the Heath; Sutcombe; Tetcott; Thornbury; Werrington and West Putford.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "THE HUNDREDS OF DEVON". GENUKI. Retrieved 2011-06-18. 
  2. ^ Plea Rolls of the Court of Common Pleas: National Archives; CP 40/629; second entry, second line, with Devon in the margin; appearing as Wyke Pancracij (in Latin)