man Aaron "Aaron Leighton" Langton of Wigan, Lancashire, UK‏‎ #5678‎ bapt record says Leighton, son of Robert "Robert Langton" Leighton of Marple, Cheshire, UK and Sarah "Mary Leighton" Unknown‏.
Buried ‎24 Mar 1772 Upholland, Lancashire, UK
will states the 5 brothers

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son of Robert & Sarah
1732 "whitener" at Ince
1772 will made 5 Jan 1770 husbandman Dalton (nr Upholland) proved at Chester 26 Mar 1772.
At burial " farmer of Bispham" (in Croston)

his grandson Thomas believed that Aaron was formerly the owner of the estate at Lowe. left Lowe and went to Priorswood Estate in Dalton near Newborough(3), near Ashers Beacon. Ashers Beacon I believe is somewhere in the neighbourhood of Billinge. Priors wood hall is near Newburgh. Ashurst's beacon is near Dalton, not Billinge.

Married/ Related to:

woman Elizabeth "Betty Langton, Betty Unknown" Unknown‏‎ #5679‎
Born ‎1714 Wigan, Lancashire, UK, buried ‎6 Feb 1777 Upholland, Lancashire, UK
At burial Betty Longton of Wigan, widow

Children:

1.
man Ralph "Ralph Langton" Langton of Wigan, Lancashire‏‎ #5676
Born ‎1742 Croston, Chorley, Lancashire, UK, died ‎30 Dec 1803 Manchester, Lancashire, UK‎, 60 or 61 years, buried ‎2 Jan 1804 Ardwick, Manchester, Lancashire, UK. Occupation: Husbandman, Wrightington
http://homepage.mac.com/sootica/Sites/paulasgenealogy/wc02/wc02_242.htm

From Ralph Langton and Agnes Hartley descend the Manchester Langtons. Although initially farmers they became iron moulders (via Henry the blacksmith in Chorley) and gradually moved from Chorley through Preston to Manchester in the 19th century, following the growth of industry. Iron moulding remained a Langton family characteristic.

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1766 abode Lathom
1768 abode Wrightington, husbandman
1783 abode Ancoats Lane
1800 directory Ralph Langton dyer 8 Beswick's Row M/Cr
2.
man John Langton of Lancashire, UK‏‎ #51770
Born ‎1732 Ince in Makerfield, Lancashire, UK, buried ‎17 Mar 1806 Eccleston, Lancashire, England. Occupation: Linen weaver
at christening parents "of Ince"
at marriage banns (28 May 1758 Wigan) of Dalton
3.
man Edward Langton of Lancashire, UK‏‎ #51771
Born ‎1734 Ince in Makerfield, Lancashire, UK, buried ‎3 Dec 1796 Ormskirk, Lancashire, UK. Occupation: Husbandman, Mawdesley
Descendants are the "Boatmen Langtons" who for generations worked the Leeds and Liverpool canal, passing through the Langton heartland around Ormskirk, apparently.

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abode Mawdesley
4.
woman Betty Langton of Lancashire, UK‏‎ #51772
Born ‎1736 Wigan, Lancashire, UK
at marriage widow of Ecclestone