THE HUNDRED OR WESTERHAM AND EATONBRIDGE
LIES the next south-westward from that of Codsheath. It is described in the survey of Domesday
by the name of the Hundred of Ostreham, as it was in
king Edward III.'s reign by that of the Hundred of
Westerham; soon after which the name of the lower
half hundred of it, called Eatonbridge, was added to
it; by both which names it has been called ever since.
IT CONTAINS THE PARISHES OF
1. WESTERHAM, and 2. EATONBRIDGE.
And the churches of those parishes:
And also part of the parishes of Brasted and Cowden, the
churches of which are in another district.