The Hundreds of Hertfordshire
Cashio is the name of an ancient hundred which includes the parishes of Abbots Langley, Bramfield (detached), Chipping Barnet, Codicote (detached), East Barnet, Elstree, Hexton (detached), Newnham (detached), Northhaw (detached), Norton (detached), Redbourn, Rickmansworth, Ridge, Sandridge, Sarratt, Shephall (detached), St Albans, St Michael's, St Paul's Walden (detached), St Peter's, St Stephen's and Watford.
from A Mapp of Hartfordshire, by Richard Blome, 1673
The four major multi-volume county histories contain detailed information on the hundred and its parishes
Chauncy 1700 (1826 edition) Volume 2
Clutterbuck 1815 Volume 1
Cussans 1881 (1972 reprint) Volume 3
Victoria County History 1908 Volume 2
from Hertford Shire Divided into its Hundreds 1763
There are many detached parts of Cashio - indicated with a "G" on the other maps.
The parishes marked with an "F" are detached parts of Dacorum
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