The Salford Hundred was an administrative unit in southeast Lancashire, roughly of the extent of today's Greater Manchester. The unit may have formed even in pre-Conquest times, but by the mid 1800's it was essentially defunct. There were 11 Parishes in the Hundred. The Flixton parish is shown on the Eccles map, and the Prestwich and Radcliffe Parish maps are also combined into a single one. Maps of these were originally published by me on the Mancuniensis website of Roger Hart: with that website no longer maintained nor updated since the earlier 2000's, I am providing the updated maps here.
All maps by Harry A. King, San Diego, California