- Lower Division
- King's Stanley
- Leonard Stanley
- Wheatenhurst (now Whitminster)
- Upper Division
The hundred existed at the time of the Domesday Book in 1086, but covering a smaller area. By 1220 the adjacent Blacklow hundred had been absorbed. Blachelaue in the Domesday Book contained the parishes of Alkerton (now Eastington), Frampton (-on-Severn), Frocester, (Kings) Stanley, (Leonard) Stanley, Stonehouse, Wheatenhurst, and Fretherne.
The ancient meeting place of the hundred was probably at Whitestones Field in the parish of Hardwicke, although meetings were later held at Quedgeley, Stonehouse, Wheatenhurst and Frampton.
- Open Domesday Online: Blachelaue (Blacklow) Hundred, accessed June 2017
- C R Elrington, N M Herbert, R B Pugh (Editors), Kathleen Morgan, Brian S Smith (1972). "The Hundred of Whitstone". A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 10: Westbury and Whitstone Hundreds. Institute of Historical Research. Retrieved 9 July 2011.
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