Location: Towcester / Northamptonshire

Factoid List

View Factoid Type Source Ref. Primary Person Short Description
Status ASC (A)  917 A (p. 66), 921 G (p. 78) Anonymi 1421 held status of Burgwaru / Burgwaru
Event ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80)   The burh at Towcester was furnished with a stone wall while Edward 2 was staying at Passenham.
Event ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80)   Edward 2 resided there [sc. at Passenham] while the burh at Towcester was furnished with a stone wall.
Event ASC (A)  917 A (p. 66), 921 G (p. 78)   The here (Anonymi 1420) fought at Towcester but went away after it was defended by its occupants (Anonymi 1421) with assistance (Anonymi 1422).
Event ASC (A)  917 A (p. 66), 921 G (p. 78)   The here (Anonymi 1420) went to Towcester.
Event ASC (A)  917 A (p. 66), 921 G (p. 78)   Here in this year at Easter Edward 2 ordered Anonymi 1419 to occupy and build the burh at Towcester.
Office EMC Coin  2002.0153 (N 668.1 (Two-Line halfpenny)) Reart 2 held office of Moneyer for ∆thelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2002.0153 (N 668.1 (Two-Line halfpenny)) Reart 2
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2002.0153 (N 668.1 (Two-Line halfpenny)) ∆thelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  2002.0153 (N 668.1 (Two-Line halfpenny)) ∆thelstan 18 held office of King
Possession GDB  219v (Northamptonshire 1:7) William 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 7 hides, 2 virgates in Towcester, Northamptonshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  219v (Northamptonshire 1:7) Edward 15 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 7 hides, 2 virgates in Towcester, Northamptonshire (in 1066)