Thredling Hundred

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Thredling was a hundred of Suffolk, and at just under 10,000 acres (40 km2) the smallest of Suffolk's 21 hundreds. [1]

Suffolk County of England

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The five parishes of Thredling fall into the Deanery of Claydon, the Archdeaconry of Suffolk, and the Diocese of Norwich. The hundred was bounded by Loes, Carlford, Hoxne, Hartismere and Bosmere and Claydon. The River Deben has its source here.

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The origin of the hundred's name is not known, though one theory derives it from "Thrythhild", known to be a female first name of the Saxon era. [2]

Parishes

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Suffolk hundreds

Thredling Hundred consisted of the following 5 parishes: [1] [3]

Parish Area (acres)
Ashfield-cum-Thorpe 1565
Debenham 3271
Framsden 2837
Pettaugh 795
Winston 1470

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References

  1. 1 2 William White (1844). History, gazetteer, and directory of Suffolk. p. 216.
  2. Walter Skeat (1913). The Place-names of Suffolk.
  3. 1841 Census

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