This image is from Worcester, England. I believe it records the baptism of my sixth-great-grandfather, Sacheverell Causier and (yeah!) shows his father as Wm. Causier . 'Causur' is a fairly common variant for Causier. I believe that this is the Sacheverell who married Betty Astmore in 1744 .
Two other entries, perhaps children of the same person but written as 'Will,' are for:
- William, 10 Jan 1712
- Elizabeth, 19 Oct 1717
The first image on this roll in Item 2 has "The living is a vicarage united to the Rectory of St. Nicholas, Droitwich, in 1928. For microfilm of St. Nicholas parish registers, see BA 4305." As noted below, having people in Droitwich in this era means we have to look at lots of different places!
Interestingly, the third image says "Note. In this register is recorded the baptism of Edward Winslow, a Pilgrim father, on 20 October, 1595."
There are lots of CAUSIER, WOOD, and HUNT entries in this film and the two items listed below. Most of them are, at this time, 'unknown' to me. Unfortunately, there is not an ASTWOOD or anything similar to be seen anywhere....
 St. Peter de Witton Church, Droitwich: Parish Registers, 1544-1978; Baptisms 1544-1853, Marriages 1544-1769, Burials 1544-1812, Salt Lake City Family History Library, FHL # 801,595, Items 2-5. Item 2 is kind of in chronological order without page numbers.
 Cousin Val is my only source for the Astwood link. So far, I haven't been able to find anything else.
Additionally, these two records are also available:
Parish register printouts of Droitwich, Worcester, England (St. Peter); christenings, 1716-1875. FHL # 883,780; Item 3. The image of the title page says "Computer Printout of Saint Peter, Droitwich, Worcester, England (1716-1875) Births or Charistenings, A thru Z" and that the info is from a controlled extraction program in 1976. There are 7 CAUSIER (and variants) entries; I only know how 2 of them fit in with the line.
Registers of The Church of St. Peter de Witton, Droitwich, Worcestershire: Baptisms 1544-1840, Marriages 1544-1837, Burials 1544-1838. This very nice book appears to have been published by a genealogy group, but publication info does not appear on the title page or its reverse. The ISBN is 0-905105-83-4. There is a very brief, but nice, historical introduction. WorldCat credits the Birmingham & Midland Society for Genealogy & Heraldry (there are some wonderful resources at their website) and gives a date of 1986. I was able to access a copy by using interlibrary loan at my local library, with the copy I saw having traveled across the country from Harvard University Library! Since this was a nicely typed transcript done by locals familiar with the records, I was able to use it to help with the microfilm of the original that the image above is from. The book's introduction lists the nearby churches of St. Mary de Witton, St. Nicholas, and St. Andrew. I have also seen records from Dodderhill. There can be CAUSIERs in any of them!