Family History Research resources
The lists of Christenings, Marriages and Burials were transcribed by volunteers from the original Towcester records held at the Northamptonshire Record Office. The lists may not be totally accurate as the writing was varied and the condition of some of the documents made deciphering them quite difficult.

Parliament decreed that the Rector or Vicar of each church had to record every baptism, marriage and burial. Therefore the dates recorded are not exactly the same as those of birth or death. Also there could be transcription errors between the original records and the Bishop's transcripts.

The wills were read and the information summarised in 2001 by members of an evening class run at the Northamptonshire Record Office by Philip Riden, editor of the volume of the Victoria County Histories covering the Cleley Hundred (Shutlanger, Stoke Bruerne, Cosgrove, Yardley Gobion and Potterspury). Over 400 original wills of Towcester citizens were read and transcribed.

The information above had been recorded on a data base by Margaret Webb.

We have the following lists:
Christenings
Christenings in Towcester 1714-1777 [more]
Marriages
Marriages in Towcester 1714-1751 [more]
Burials
Burials in Towcester 1678-1725 [more]
Grave stone inscriptions
Inscriptions from St. Lawrence Church grave yard. Mainly 18th and 19th centuries. [more]
Burials in Towcester Cemetery
Burials, Register Entries, Inscriptions and Monument photographs from the Towcester Cemetery, Brackley Road, Towcester (December 1885 to September 1939) [more]
Clergy and Benefactors
Clergy, benefactors, memorials, brasses, monuments transcriptions etc. in St. Lawrence's Church, Towcester. [more]
War Memorial Inscriptions
War Memorial Inscriptions from the Roll of Honour in St. Lawrence's Church, Towcester. [more]
Properties in Towcester and their occupiers
A rating assessment of Towcester in 1855 listing all properties, owners and occupiers. [more]
Nineteenth Century Directories for Towcester and surrounding villages
Names and places; pubs and inns; and employment. [Kelly's 1877, 1898] [Pigot 1841] [Whellan 1849]
Towcester Families.
[external link] Includes information on notable townspeople, some pictures, and, most importantly, a link to the family trees made up from Towcester's records.
Towcester Family History record look-up facility
[external link]
Milton Keynes Heritage Association Family History resources
[external link]
Northamptonshire Record Office (NRO)
[external link]
Northamptonshire Surname List
[external link]