THE HUNDRED OF CODSHEATH.
THE next hundred southward from that of Axstane is CODSHEATH, written in antient records,
The honour of Otford claims over this whole hundred; which, as such, was part of the antient possessions of the see of Canterbury, and it continued so
till it was granted as an appendage to that manor by
archbishop Cranmer, to king Henry VIII, in his
29th year, as will be hereafter mentioned. (fn. 1)
IT CONTAINS THE PARISHES OF
7. CHEVENING in part.
8. SUNDRIDGE. And
9. WOODLAND IN
And the Churches of those parishes; and also part of the parishes
of LYGHE and SPELDHURST, the churches of which are in
||See more of it under Sevenoke and Knole manors.