Hundred of Brixton

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Brixton Hundred or the Hundred of Brixton was for many centuries a group of parishes (hundred) used for meetings and taxation of their respective great estates in the north east of the county of Surrey, England.wikipedia
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Brixton

Brixton, LondonBrixton Pound Brixton Synagogue
Its area has been entirely absorbed by the growth of London; with its name currently referring to the Brixton district.
Brixi is thought to have erected a boundary stone to mark the meeting place of the ancient hundred court of Surrey.

Surrey

County of SurreySurrey, EnglandSRY
Brixton Hundred or the Hundred of Brixton was for many centuries a group of parishes (hundred) used for meetings and taxation of their respective great estates in the north east of the county of Surrey, England.
These were the hundreds of Blackheath, Brixton, Copthorne, Effingham Half-Hundred, Elmbridge, Farnham, Godalming, Godley, Kingston, Reigate, Tandridge, Wallington, Woking and Wotton.

London Borough of Lambeth

LambethBorough of LambethBrixton Town Hall
Its area corresponds to London Boroughs: Southwark, Lambeth, Wandsworth and parts of Merton and Richmond upon Thames.
Lambeth was part of the large, ancient parish of Lambeth St Mary, the site of the archepiscopal Lambeth Palace, in the hundred of Brixton in the county of Surrey.

Clapham

Clapham, LondonareaClapham Green
Gower suggests that the stone was located at the boundary of Streatham, Clapham and Lambeth parishes.
It rendered £7 10s 0d, and was located in Brixton hundred.

Lambeth

South LambethLambeth, LondonNorth Lambeth
Gower suggests that the stone was located at the boundary of Streatham, Clapham and Lambeth parishes. The hundred contained the parishes of Battersea (including the detached part of Penge), Bermondsey (also later Rotherhithe), Camberwell, Hatcham, Lambeth, Walworth, Streatham, Barnes, Merton, Mortlake (also later Wimbledon and Putney), Tooting and Wandsworth.
The current district of Lambeth was part of the large ancient parish of Lambeth St Mary in the Brixton hundred of Surrey.

Camberwell

Camberwell, LondonCamberwell, SurreyBrunswick Park
The hundred contained the parishes of Battersea (including the detached part of Penge), Bermondsey (also later Rotherhithe), Camberwell, Hatcham, Lambeth, Walworth, Streatham, Barnes, Merton, Mortlake (also later Wimbledon and Putney), Tooting and Wandsworth.
Camberwell St Giles formed an ancient, and later civil, parish in the Brixton hundred of Surrey.

Putney

Putney HeathPutney HillPutney, London
The hundred contained the parishes of Battersea (including the detached part of Penge), Bermondsey (also later Rotherhithe), Camberwell, Hatcham, Lambeth, Walworth, Streatham, Barnes, Merton, Mortlake (also later Wimbledon and Putney), Tooting and Wandsworth.
Putney is an ancient parish which covered 9.11 km2 and was until 1889 in the Hundred of Brixton in the county of Surrey.

Hatcham

Hatcham ParkHatcham House
The hundred contained the parishes of Battersea (including the detached part of Penge), Bermondsey (also later Rotherhithe), Camberwell, Hatcham, Lambeth, Walworth, Streatham, Barnes, Merton, Mortlake (also later Wimbledon and Putney), Tooting and Wandsworth.
Hatcham formed part of the Brixton Hundred of Surrey in medieval times.

Hundred of Kingston

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Within Surrey it was bounded by Wallington hundred to the south and Kingston hundred to the west.
It bordered the Hundred of Brixton to the east, the Hundred of Elmbridge to the south, and to the west and north by the River Thames.

Wallington Hundred

WallingtonWallington (hundred)
Within Surrey it was bounded by Wallington hundred to the south and Kingston hundred to the west.
In Surrey it was bounded by Brixton hundred to the north, Kingston hundred and Copthorne hundred to the west, Reigate hundred and Tandridge hundred to the south.

Hundred of Blackheath, Kent

BlackheathBlackheath, KentHundred of Blackheath
In the east was a boundary with the Blackheath hundred of Kent.
In the west it bordered the Brixton hundred of Surrey.

Hundred (county division)

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Brixton Hundred or the Hundred of Brixton was for many centuries a group of parishes (hundred) used for meetings and taxation of their respective great estates in the north east of the county of Surrey, England.

Estate (land)

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Brixton Hundred or the Hundred of Brixton was for many centuries a group of parishes (hundred) used for meetings and taxation of their respective great estates in the north east of the county of Surrey, England.

London

London, EnglandLondon, United KingdomLondon, UK
Its area has been entirely absorbed by the growth of London; with its name currently referring to the Brixton district.

London Borough of Southwark

SouthwarkSouthwark CouncilBorough of Southwark
Its area corresponds to London Boroughs: Southwark, Lambeth, Wandsworth and parts of Merton and Richmond upon Thames.

London Borough of Wandsworth

WandsworthWandsworth CouncilWandsworth Borough Council
Its area corresponds to London Boroughs: Southwark, Lambeth, Wandsworth and parts of Merton and Richmond upon Thames.

London Borough of Merton

MertonLB MertonMerton Council
Its area corresponds to London Boroughs: Southwark, Lambeth, Wandsworth and parts of Merton and Richmond upon Thames.

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

Richmond upon ThamesRichmondRichmond-upon-Thames
Its area corresponds to London Boroughs: Southwark, Lambeth, Wandsworth and parts of Merton and Richmond upon Thames.

Streatham

Streatham HillStreatham ValeStreatham, Surrey
Gower suggests that the stone was located at the boundary of Streatham, Clapham and Lambeth parishes. The hundred contained the parishes of Battersea (including the detached part of Penge), Bermondsey (also later Rotherhithe), Camberwell, Hatcham, Lambeth, Walworth, Streatham, Barnes, Merton, Mortlake (also later Wimbledon and Putney), Tooting and Wandsworth.

Brixton Hill

A nearby location on Brixton Hill became the location for the hundred gallows.

HM Prison Brixton

Brixton PrisonBrixtonHMP Brixton
The Surrey House of Correction, now known as Brixton Prison, was opened there in 1820.

Battersea

Battersea, LondonBattersea High StreetBattersea London
The hundred contained the parishes of Battersea (including the detached part of Penge), Bermondsey (also later Rotherhithe), Camberwell, Hatcham, Lambeth, Walworth, Streatham, Barnes, Merton, Mortlake (also later Wimbledon and Putney), Tooting and Wandsworth.

Penge

The hundred contained the parishes of Battersea (including the detached part of Penge), Bermondsey (also later Rotherhithe), Camberwell, Hatcham, Lambeth, Walworth, Streatham, Barnes, Merton, Mortlake (also later Wimbledon and Putney), Tooting and Wandsworth.

Bermondsey

Bermondsey, LondonSouth BermondseyBermondsey Street
The hundred contained the parishes of Battersea (including the detached part of Penge), Bermondsey (also later Rotherhithe), Camberwell, Hatcham, Lambeth, Walworth, Streatham, Barnes, Merton, Mortlake (also later Wimbledon and Putney), Tooting and Wandsworth.

Rotherhithe

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The hundred contained the parishes of Battersea (including the detached part of Penge), Bermondsey (also later Rotherhithe), Camberwell, Hatcham, Lambeth, Walworth, Streatham, Barnes, Merton, Mortlake (also later Wimbledon and Putney), Tooting and Wandsworth.