Ancestor Report
generation I

1 (0)
man Wenman Langton Jr‏‎ #49742
Born ‎1 Oct 1896 Muskoka, Ontario, Canada, died ‎31 May 1990‎, 93 years
General Notes: Attestion papers give birth year as 1897.
1915 - Living at 338 Seven Oaks Ave., Winnipeg, Man. Single. occ: clerk.

Winnipeg Free Press, October 9, 1935
It is readily conceded by all who are actively engaged, in the campaign to win the Selkirk constituency for the C.C.F. that much of the success thus far attending their efforts is due to the personal qualifications of their candidate, Wenman Langton. Highly respected by a host of personal .friends for his integrity, he has by the nature of his all-round experience been enable to see things from the viewpoint of both the farm and. the city dweller.
Born at Muskoka. Ont., 38 years ago. he came west at the age of six. Educated in Winnipeg, he obtained practical experience of agriculture by five years' farming at Balmoral, Man., and later at Chatfield. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Langton, together with a number of his brothers and sisters are still engaged in farming at Bird's Hill. By trade a telegraph operator,
and an active member of his union, he is thereby well acquainted with the problems of organized labor. He is a veteran of'the Great War. enlisting in the 61st Battalion, C.E.F.. and later transferring in France to the 10th Field Ambulance, where he served as a stretcherbearer
until demobilized in 1919. Mr. Langton has resided in West Kildonan for the last 20 years and
has seen the development of the municipality from a few houses to its present population. Always keenly interested in community affairs, he has served as a member of the school board for a two-year term. His interest in the future of the young people is assured by the
fact that he is the father of a family of three sons and four daughters.
Quietly but consistently working to cover one of i.he most difficult constituencies in the province, Mr. Langton and his' committee have been speaking on the C. C. F. programme and making contacts throughout the rural districts since his nomination in February.

Research Notes: Wenman was a bootmaker in Vancouver in 1952.
generation II (Parents)

2 (1)
man Charles Frederick Langton‏‎ #49727
Born ‎25 May 1871 Watt, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada, died ‎3 Sep 1941 Manitoba, Canada‎, 70 years, buried ‎ Birds Hill, Manitoba, Canada
General Notes: 004072-71 (Muskoka Dist) LANGTON, Charles Frederick, m, b. May 25, 1871, father - Wenman LANGTON, printer, mother - Elizabeth WILSON, infm - Wenman Langton, Watt Twp.

1911: Living in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Winnipeg Free Press, September 3, 1941
CHARLES F. LANGTON
Mr. Charles F, Langton, 71, of Bird's Hill, died Wednesday after a lengthy illness. Mr. Langton, a contractor in Winnipeg for many years, was born at Muskoka, Ont., and had been in the west for 36 years. He was retired at Bird's Hill, where he formerly had a market garden. He was a member of the Bird's Hill United church. Surviving are his widow, Christianna; five daughters, Mrs. D. Linnie, Winnipeg; Mrs. R. MacBeth, Bird's Hill; Mrs. G. Edgington, Ethel and Ruth, all of Winnipeg; and seven sons, Wenman and Stephen, Winnipeg; Ralph, with the Canadian (active) army in Hamilton, Ont.; Joshua and Alfred. Bird's Hill, and Fred and Murray in Winnipeg. The funeral service will be held Saturday at 3.30 p.m. in the Thomson chapels, with burial in Elmwood Cemetery.
 Married ‎10 May 1893 Watt, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada (48 years married) to:
3 (1)
woman Christiana "Christianna Webber" Webber‏‎ #49765
Born ‎1 Jan 1876, died ‎21 Jul 1963 Manitoba, Canada‎, 87 years, death cause: Died in Frederickson Nursing Home in Bird's Hill
General Notes: Winnipeg Free Press, July 22, 1963

CHRISTIANNA LANGTON
On July 21, 1963, at the Frederickson Nursing Home, Christianna Langton, aged 88 years
late of Birds Hill, Man. Funeral service will be held in the Thomson Funeral Chapels,
Broadway at Furby, Wednesday, July 24th, at 2:30 p.m. Interment in the family plot, Elmwood Cemetery. Courtesy parking west of the funeral chapels.
Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. D. Linney of Winnipeg, Mrs. E. MacBeth of Birds Hill,
Mrs. G. Edginton of Port Credit, Ont., Mrs. F. Parrish of Vegreville, Alta., and Mrs. J. Thomson
of Birds Hill; six sons, Wenman of Vancouver, C. Steven of Winnipeg, Ralph of Edmonton,
Josh of Birds Hill, Fred of Winnipeg and M. Langton of Enderby, B.C., fifty-three grandchildren
and ninety-four greatgrandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. G. Broadfoot and Mrs. C. Blathenvick of South Burnaby, B.C.
generation III (Grandparents)

4 (2)
man Wenman Langton‏‎ #49705
Born ‎2 Feb 1830 Weeting, Norfolk, England, died ‎4 Jan 1882 Watt, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada‎, 51 years, death cause: Intestinal Tumour
Wenman, Alfred Cecil and Frederick Langton all owned property in the township of Watt, Muskoka, Ontario. Wenman owned two side-by-side lots, midway between Three Mile Lake and Skeleton Lake. Alfred Cecil owned two lots; one at the south-eastern edge of Watt, adjacent to neighbouring Stephenson township, and the other at the north-western edge of Watt, adjacent to neighbouring Cardwell township (on Rousseau Lake). Frederick owned one lakeside lot at the southern end of Camel Lake, not far from one of Alfred Cecil's lots.

Alfred Cecil also owned property in the neighbouring township of Cardwell, Muskoka, Ontario. This lot was end-to-end with his lakeside lot in Watt.

Frederick and his wife Harriet were married by the Rev. Thomas Ball, first incumbent at Bracebridge. Rev. Ball raised one thousand dollars to pay for a new church building, which opened on October 6th, 1872. It was at this time that the parish changed its name to St. Thomas's in honor of its first rector.
 Married ‎19 May 1867 Staffordshire, England (14 years married) to:
5 (2)
woman Elizabeth Wilson‏‎ #49768
Born ‎19 Dec 1841 St Mary's, Staffordshire, England, died ‎20 Jan 1924 Armour, Berriedale, Ontario, Canada‎, 82 years, death cause: Died of Old Age at the Etty Residence, buried ‎23 Jan 1924 Armour, Berriedale, Ontario, Canada
General Notes: Elizabeth married Wenman Langton in England in 1867. They came to Canada in May 1867 and with them was her father Thomas Wilson, and a nine year old child named Francis Wilson.

Elizabeth was the widow of Wenman LANGTON, a neighbour of John Etty in Watt Twp., Muskoka District, Ont.

Elizabeth was post mistress for a while in Raymond, Ont.

1901 census for Watt Twp., Muskoka District.
ETTY, Elizabeth (W) 21 Dec 1841 -60- England, English, Church of England, Farmer.
LANGTON, Elizabeth, dau, 21 Jan 1877 - 24 - Ontario, English, C of E.
LANGTON, Edith, dau, 15 Jan 1880 - 21 - Ontario, English, C of Eng.
ETTY, Agnes, dau, 11 June 1882 - 18 - Ontario, English, C of Eng.
ETTY, David, son, 15 June 1886 - 14- Ontario, English, C of England.
CHADWICK, Robert, lodger, (s) 23 May 1890 age 10, England, 1900, English
TILSON, Charles, lodger, (s) 30 Aug 1892, age 8, England, 1901, English.

1911: Living in Watt Twp.
ETTY, Elizabeth, head, widowed, Sept. 1841 England. 70, 1867, farmer.
ETTY, Agnes, dau, single, June 1883, 28. Ontario
ETTY, David, son, single, June 1886, 25, Ontario. farmer.
ETTY, LANGTON, grand child, single, Apr.1903, Ontario,

(Langton would be Edith Langton Martin`s son Langton Martin.

Research Notes: Death record gives her birth year as 1840.

Name: Elizabeth Wilson
Gender: Female
Baptism/Christening Date: 12 Jan 1842
Baptism/Christening Place: SAINT MARY,STAFFORD,STAFFORD,ENGLAND
Father's Name: Thomas Wilson
Mother's Name: Elizabeth
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C01022-3
System Origin: England-ODM
Source Film Number: 435850
Reference Number:
Collection: England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

Name: Elizabeth Etty
Death Date: 20 Jan 1924
Death Age: 83 years 1 month 1 day
Death Place: Armour, Parry Sound, Ontario
Birth Date: 19 Dec 1840
Birthplace: England
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Widowed
Race (Expanded): English
Race (Standardized): White
Ethnicity: English
Father's Name: Thomas Wilson
Mother's Name: Elizabeth Birch
Film Number: 2022141
Digital Folder Number: 4171768
Image Number: 350
Reference Number: yr 1924 cn 24747
Collection: Ontario Deaths, 1869-1947
6 (3)
man Joshua Webber‏‎ #49766
Born ‎± 1840
 Married/ Related to:
7 (3)
woman Mary Rippon‏‎ #49755
Born ‎± 1840
generation IV (Great-Grandparents)

8 (4)
man Rev Arthur James Langton of Matlaske and Hempstead, Holt, Norfolk‏‎ #331
Born ‎1800 Leicester, Leicestershire, UK, died ‎1890 Bournemouth, Dorset, UK‎, 89 or 90 years. Occupation:
Rector of Beeston Regis (Beeston on Sea) 1835 8, and of Matlaske and Plumstead 1837-71
[Wadham College, Oxford, 1819, R. of Matlaske, Norfolk]
http://ccedb.cch.kcl.ac.uk/jsp/persons/CreatePersonFrames.jsp?PersonID=111045

Clerk of Kirton, Lincolnshire

Parish Records of Plumstead by Holt
Miscellaneous
CatalogueRefPD 412/8
TitleCopy licence for non-residence at Plumstead of Arthur Langton, rector
Date1838
LevelPiece
RepositoryNorfolk Record Office
Ref NoSee where this entry fits within the collection as a whole
Access StatusOpen
CatalogueStatusCatalogued

Manor Court Records, Sale Particulars and Papers from H.M. Goodchild, solicitor, of Castle Meadow, Norwich
Deposit of 26 May 1982
Stalham
CatalogueRefMC 389/116b, 731X3
TitleDeeds re 16p. of land with brick tower corn mill conveyed by Jedidiah Barcham to Revd Arthur Langton
Date6 Jul 1848
LevelPiece
RepositoryNorfolk Record Office
Extent4 documents
Ref NoSee where this entry fits within the collection as a whole
Access StatusOpen
CatalogueStatusCatalogued

Parish Records of Waterden
Churchwardens, Vestry, Parochial Church Council
CatalogueRefPD 593/12
TitleCopy stipendiary curates licences for Revd Arthur Langton 1823, and for Revd Charles Stephenson 1864
Date1823-1864
LevelPiece
RepositoryNorfolk Record Office
Ref NoSee where this entry fits within the collection as a whole
Access StatusOpen
CatalogueStatusCatalogued

Mentioned in church of England list:
http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=dMO8agMO9v8C&lpg=PA46&ots=ukb0sbZv0x&dq=MAJENDIE%20castle%20hedingham%20AND%20Langton%20-beauty%20-salon&pg=PA250=onepage&q=langton&f=false
 Married ‎FebRUARY 29, 1826 St Mary Abbots, Kensington, Middlesex, England (at least 55 years married) to:
9 (4)
woman Emily Matilda Gosling‏‎ #314
Born ‎5 Mar 1802 Richmond upon Thames, Surrey, UK, died ‎after 1881‎, at least 79 years
??Emily Matilda Langton d Q1 1883 Newton A age 81
10 (5)
man Thomas Wilson‏‎ #49769
Born ‎± 1810
 Married/ Related to:
11 (5)
woman Elizabeth Birch‏‎ #49709
Born ‎± 1810
generation V (Great Great-Grandparents)

16 (8)
man Rev. and Doctor Wenman Henry Langton of Warham St Mary with "Waterden, and Impropriator‏‎ #202
Born ‎± 1764 Dublin, Ireland, died ‎4 Nov 1836 Warham, Norfolk, UK‎, approximately 72 years, buried ‎4 Nov 1836 Warham, Norfolk, UK
1786 Asst Curate Cauldon (Patron John Harvey), Rector of Warham St Mary +
Norfolk, 1807 Vicar of LongfordDbys (Patron Thos Wm Coke), Chaplain to Prince +
of Wales (George IV)

http://ccedb.cch.kcl.ac.uk/jsp/search/index.jsp
and
http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=dMO8agMO9v8C&pg=PA46&lpg=PA46&dq=MAJENDIE+castle+hedingham+AND+Langton+-beauty+-salon&source=bl&ots=ukb0sbZv0x&sig=Lr9vqSM5uiuS2bbhYJrlmOe_lvU&hl=en&sa=X&ei=gSPJU--RFce7OaC_gLgL&ved=0CFoQ6AEwCApage/168/mode/2up/search/langton

http://www.archive.org/stream/registersofwadha02wadhiala/registersofwadha02wadhiala_djvu.txt

mentioned in Charles Langtons book, The Langtons of Langton, 1929.
 Married ‎27 Oct 1791 St Margaret's, Leicester, UK (45 years married) to:
17 (8)
woman Elizabeth Henshaw Arnold of Leicester‏‎ #201
Born ‎31 Oct 1767
Dau of Dr Arnold of Leicester
generation VI (3rd Great-Grandparents)

32 (16)
man Rev. William Langton of Dublin, and Longford, Derbyshire‏‎ #200
Died ‎6 Jun 1780
Trinity College Dublin in January 6th, 1747/8, aged 17, and became C. Clogher, 1760, and perhaps was the W. L., B.A., Clare Coll, Camb., 1753.

Curate of Rower in Kilkenny 1769-72. Vicar Of Buckingham 1773-75 (Patron +
Wenman Coke) 1774-80 Vicar of Longford (Dybs, or Ireland) (Patron Wenman Coke).

Related to the Coke link:
Collection Records of the Anson Family of Shugborough, Earls of Lichfield
Section Maps and Plans
Series Out-County and other Counties
SubSeries Derbyshire
LocatedAt Staffordshire Record Office
Level Item
DocRefNo D615/M/8/14
Title Map of Longford
Date nd [c1820]
Description Property of Edward Coke and part of Glebe land - property of Rev. Langton - fields numbered - no detail.
PhysicalDescription Paper; Scale: 1" = 3 chains; Size: 27½" × 30"

mentioned in Charles Langtons book, The Langtons of Langton, 1929.

Probably this William, from Norfolk record office:
CatalogueRefNCC administration bonds 1767 no. 34
TitleLangton, William, clerk, of Gillingham, Norfolk
Date1767
DescriptionGrant of Administration.
LevelItem
RepositoryNorfolk Record Office
Ref NoSee where this entry fits within the collection as a whole
Categoryprobate
Access StatusOpen
Access ConditionsNot to be produced to the searchroom.
Finding AidsTypescript index: NCC and DCN admons 1751-1818.
CopiesUse microfilm MF 137-138.
CatalogueStatusCatalogued
 Married/ Related to:
33 (16)
woman Elizabeth Mary Ford‏‎ #210
Born ‎± 1712 Langford, Antrim, Ireland, died ‎1810‎, approximately 98 years
widow ofRev William Langton of Longford in Derbyshire in which she leaves bequests toher sons Rev Wenman Henry Langton, FfrancisBennet Langton
and George Thomas Langton and to herdaughters Juliet and Maria.
 
generation VII (4th Great-Grandparents)

64 (32)
man Dr. William Langton Dean of Clogher, Co. Cork, Ireland‏‎ #51
Died ‎28 Jul 1761 Dovedale, Derbyshire, UK, death cause: Fell of his horse, buried ‎ Ashbourne, Derbyshire, UK
Was he the Wm Langton Rector of Panton Lincs 1737-43 +
(Patron Edmund Turnor)? something happened in 1634?
http://www.lincstothepast.com/Presentation-Deed--Panton--Rectory/736747.record?pt=S

Memorial at St Oswald, ASHBOURN, about a mile south of Dovedale.
The Rev. — Langton, Dean of Clogher, is interred here, he lost his life by falling with his horse down a precipice at Dovedale, in 1761. Miss Laroche was riding behind him on the same horse, but was providentially preserved, being caught in a bush in her descent.

It is supposed that it was, in attempting to scale an acclivity near ¡°Reynard.s Hall,¡± that Dean Langton met with the accident that occasioned his death. In July, 1761, some friends were proceeding along the bottom of the dale on horseback, when the Rev. Mr. Langton, (then Dean of Clogher), proposed to ascend a very steep precipice, which is apparently between three and four hundred feet high; a Miss la Roache, a young lady of the party, with great spirit, begged that she might get up behind him, and accompany him in his bold adventure. Her request was immediately complied with, and the head of the horse directed up the precipice. When they had climbed the steep ascent to a considerable height, the feet of the horse slipped, and they all tumbled down.the clergyman and horse to the bottom of thc dale, but the lady, not quite so far, being stopped in her descent by a thorn bush which caught hold of her hair. When the Dean was taken up he was found to be bruised in a most terrible manner; however, he was conveyed to Ashbourn, where he languished a few days and then expired. The young lady was found in an insensible state, and after disentangling her from the perilous situation, she was taken to Ashbourn by her friends, and soon afterwards recovered. The horse was more fortunate than either of its riders; though it rolled to the bottom of the precipice it only received a few bruises on its sides, occasioned by the stirrups of the saddle,

A couple riding in Dovedale in 1761 made the mistake of choosing a steep path. They were Mr Langton, Dean of Clogher, with Miss la Roche on pillion. As the path grew ever steeper the horse slipped and rolled backwards down the hillside. The Dean was killed but Miss la Roche was saved when her long hair caught in brambles. She was badly bruised and lay unconscious for two days but lived to tell the tale.


But we had seen only the tamest feature of Dove-Dale; as we proceeded, the scenery gra- dually increased in majesty and rudeness. Now the rocks to the right hand forced themselves into the clouds, their scathed and uncovered heads beetling over the narrow path that wound through the dark recesses of the dale; on the opposite side, grand isolated masses, ornamented with ivy net- work, shot out occasionally from the shrubby declivity; whilst in front the precipices, approach- ing each other, appeared to preclude all further progress. Proceeding nearly a mile, the walk perpetually diversified by new fantastic forms and uncouth combinations of rock on all sides, we reached a spot in the precipice to the right, called Reynard's-Hole. This consists of two parts; a vast mural mass of rock, extending along the face of the precipice, but perfectly detached from it, and perforated by nature into a grand arch, nearly approaching to the shape of the sharply- pointed Gothick, forty feet high, and nineteen wide; and a natural cavern scooped in the body of the rock within the wall, discovered through the arch by the light thrown in from the chasm of se- paration above. Passing through this arch, and scrambling up a steep path, we reached a smaller cavern to the left, which we had not seen before, and only remarkable for the pleasing view it pre- sents from within of the upper part of the Dale, its river, and rocks. The superior cavern, or Rey- nard's-Hole, is fifteen feet high, and about forty long. From the mouth, the scene is singular, beautiful, and impressive. The face of rock we have described rises immediately in front, and would effectually prevent the eye from ranging be- yond its mighty barrier, did not its centre open into the above-mentioned arch, through which is seen a small part of the opposite side of the Dale, a mass of gloomy wood, from whose shade a huge detached rock, solitary, craggy, and pointed, starts out to a great height, and forms an object, truly sublime; which is pleasingly contrasted by the little pastoral river, and its verdant turfy bank below. The approach to this natural excavation is so d'ffi- cult, even on foot, that we were not at all surprised by the account of an accident, given us by our guide, which occurred a few years back to Mr. Langton, dean of Clogher, and Miss Laroche, who madly rode up the acclivity on the same horse. The poor animal, unable to perform the unconscionable task imposed upon him, fell under his burthen, and rolled down the steep. The Dean paid the penalty of his rashness with his life; the young lady with difficulty recovered from her bruises ; but the un- offending horse, who had been forced unwillingly to the attempt, was not injured by the accident.

Have this birth date but not right, must belong to another William langton - (25 Mar 1612/3).

1743. William Langton, pres., June 2ist (P.R., King's Letter, April 23rd),
inst., September 4th (or 24), (F.F.), M.A.

He d. on July 30th, 1761, owing to a fall from his horse down a precipice at the Peak of Derbyshire.
(Gent's Mag., 382). His son William, b. in London, ent. T.C.D., January
i6th, 1747/8, aged 17, and became C. Clogher, 1760, and perhaps was the
W. L., B.A., Clare Coll, Camb., 1753. Dean L's widow d. on 7th May, 1764
 Married ‎9 Jan 1728 Westminster, London, England (33 years married) to:
65 (32)
woman Mary Roberts‏‎ #192
Died ‎7 May 1764
parents may be gabriel roberts and mary wenman?
generation VIII (5th Great-Grandparents)

128 (64)
man George Langton of Langton-by-Partney, Lincolnshire‏‎ #1
Born ‎1647, died ‎1727‎, 79 or 80 years, buried ‎3 Dec 1727 Langton by Spilsby, Lincolnshire, UK. Occupation: ‎1714€; Inspector of Outpost Collectors
Langton, George s. George, of Oxcombe, co. Lincoln, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 30 Oct., 1663,aged 16; of Langton, co. Lincoln; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1675; licenced (V.G.) 27 Oct.,1684, to marry Mary Tyndall, of St. Margaret,Westminster; died in 1727, aged 80; brother of John 1673, Peregrine 1672, and of William 1677, father of Bennet and Thomas 1708. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [10]
Alumni Oxonienses 1500-1714
http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=119367

may have had a second wife Miss Fern according to another source. Maybe it was his Father? This George kept a diary, which has since been published. He was wealthy in Lincolnshire. Strange as his grandfathers brother had sold up!

This one mentioned here, holding a significant customs position:
http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90472&strquery=langton%20berwick

in 1620 he held lands in Calesby

mentioned here:
http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X327_2_4_2_E_2_2_3/
Date: 26 Sep 1684
Repository: Shropshire Archives
Finding Aids: Former reference: 327/Box 56/2/3
Description: 1. Mary Tindall the Elder, widow Relict and Executrix of Thomas Tindall deceased and Mary Tindall the Younger daughter of said Mary and Thomas
2. George Langton the Elder of Langton in the county of Lincoln and George Langton the Younger, his sonne and heir
3. Dorothy Tindall of the City of Westminster, sister of said Thomas Tindall, and Thomas Wormeley of the City of Westminster
Recites, inter alia, the assignment of a mortgage secured on Chesthall Grange in the parish of Stoke upon Tern to the said Thomas Tindall dated 19 June 1677 [327/2/4/2/219]. George Langton the Younger and Mary Tindall the Younger are to be married and the mortgage debt of 2000 owed by Sir John Corbet is to be the marriage portion.
By this document, in consideration of the intended marriage, the mortgaged premises are assigned by 1. to 3.

marriage settlement, 26 Sep 1684:
http://www.lincstothepast.com/Marriage-Settlement/781964.record?pt=S


The college of arms pedigree says that he was of the middle temple, Barrister of law, 1675. This is diary George though who was a farmer and businessman, and there doenst seem to be any hint in his diaries of his being a barrister of law, so not sure whether this is true. This George is often confused with his cousin, and other Georges in the tree, so this could be an error. It could be his father, who we know less about.
 Married ‎27 Oct 1684 (42 or 43 years married) to:
129 (64)
woman Mary Tyndale of St. Margaret's, Westminster, London‏‎ #183
Died ‎1729
Here is a portrait of her:
http://www.antiquesatlas.com/antique/sold_att_to_simon_peter_verelst_1670/as131a067
Circa. 1670, though probably more like 1680 given her age.
another of the portrait, with the date 1690.
http://www.garnersantiques.co.uk/portrait-of-mary-tyndale-att-to-simon-verelst/viewitems.php?li_pos=4&ca_parent=fineart&ca_id=52&pr_id=189&gr_id=7

mentioned here:
http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X327_2_4_2_E_2_2_3/
Date: 26 Sep 1684
Repository: Shropshire Archives
Finding Aids: Former reference: 327/Box 56/2/3
Description: 1. Mary Tindall the Elder, widow Relict and Executrix of Thomas Tindall deceased and Mary Tindall the Younger daughter of said Mary and Thomas
2. George Langton the Elder of Langton in the county of Lincoln and George Langton the Younger, his sonne and heir
3. Dorothy Tindall of the City of Westminster, sister of said Thomas Tindall, and Thomas Wormeley of the City of Westminster
Recites, inter alia, the assignment of a mortgage secured on Chesthall Grange in the parish of Stoke upon Tern to the said Thomas Tindall dated 19 June 1677 [327/2/4/2/219]. George Langton the Younger and Mary Tindall the Younger are to be married and the mortgage debt of 2000 owed by Sir John Corbet is to be the marriage portion.
By this document, in consideration of the intended marriage, the mortgaged premises are assigned by 1. to 3.
generation IX (6th Great-Grandparents)

256 (128)
man George Langton of Oxcombe, Lincolnshire‏‎ #52
Born ‎± 1615, died ‎1695‎, approximately 80 years, buried ‎21 Feb 1695 Peterborough, UK
The Oxcombe estate was owned by the LANGTON family of Langton-by-Partney from 1641 to about 1790, when it was sold by Bennet Langton to Mr. Grant for £10,000. A copy of the 1641 transaction can be found in the "Lincolnshire Notes & Queries" Vol 7.

http://culturalcollections.lincolnshire.gov.uk/kbroker/lincs/archives/search.ladv?sr=0&cs=ISO-8859-1&sc=lincs&sp_scope=&sm=0&nh=10&ha=2957&tx0=693335&fl0=__dsid:&tx1=other0&fl1=category&raction=view

had to mortgage it - 26 & 27 Apr 1681

legate of his mother, 2 April 1654.

mentioned here:
http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X327_2_4_2_E_2_2_3/
Date: 26 Sep 1684
Repository: Shropshire Archives
Finding Aids: Former reference: 327/Box 56/2/3
Description: 1. Mary Tindall the Elder, widow Relict and Executrix of Thomas Tindall deceased and Mary Tindall the Younger daughter of said Mary and Thomas
2. George Langton the Elder of Langton in the county of Lincoln and George Langton the Younger, his sonne and heir
3. Dorothy Tindall of the City of Westminster, sister of said Thomas Tindall, and Thomas Wormeley of the City of Westminster
Recites, inter alia, the assignment of a mortgage secured on Chesthall Grange in the parish of Stoke upon Tern to the said Thomas Tindall dated 19 June 1677 [327/2/4/2/219]. George Langton the Younger and Mary Tindall the Younger are to be married and the mortgage debt of 2000 owed by Sir John Corbet is to be the marriage portion.
By this document, in consideration of the intended marriage, the mortgaged premises are assigned by 1. to 3.

Perhaps barrister of Law, middle temple, see note under his son George.

inherited from his cousin Peregrine:
http://archive.org/stream/genealogicalabst04churage/86/mode/2up
 Married/ Related to:
257 (128)
woman Frances Clutterbuck of Dunton, Buckinghamshire, UK‏‎ #743
Born ‎7 Jan 1627, died ‎ Langton by Spilsby, Lincolnshire, UK
of Dunton, Bucks. Source says my loving and elder sister, Mrs Francis Clutterbuck, widow died at her daughter Langton’s house in Lincolnshire,” 16 March 1665 (Smith’s Obituary).
258 (129)
man Thomas Tyndale of Thornbury, Eastwood Park, Gloucestershire, UK‏‎ #492
Died ‎1682
mentioned here:
http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X327_2_4_2_E_2_2_3/
Date: 26 Sep 1684
Repository: Shropshire Archives
Finding Aids: Former reference: 327/Box 56/2/3
Description: 1. Mary Tindall the Elder, widow Relict and Executrix of Thomas Tindall deceased and Mary Tindall the Younger daughter of said Mary and Thomas
2. George Langton the Elder of Langton in the county of Lincoln and George Langton the Younger, his sonne and heir
3. Dorothy Tindall of the City of Westminster, sister of said Thomas Tindall, and Thomas Wormeley of the City of Westminster
Recites, inter alia, the assignment of a mortgage secured on Chesthall Grange in the parish of Stoke upon Tern to the said Thomas Tindall dated 19 June 1677 [327/2/4/2/219]. George Langton the Younger and Mary Tindall the Younger are to be married and the mortgage debt of 2000 owed by Sir John Corbet is to be the marriage portion.
By this document, in consideration of the intended marriage, the mortgaged premises are assigned by 1. to 3.
 Married ‎1662 St Mary Woolnoth, London, UK (19 or 20 years married) to:
259 (129)
woman Mary Smithier Ers‏‎ #493
Died ‎after 26 Sep 1684
widdow Mary Tyndale of Thomas Tyndale. So he dies first.

mentioned here:
http://search.shropshirehistory.org.uk/collections/getrecord/CCA_X327_2_4_2_E_2_2_3/
Date: 26 Sep 1684
Repository: Shropshire Archives
Finding Aids: Former reference: 327/Box 56/2/3
Description: 1. Mary Tindall the Elder, widow Relict and Executrix of Thomas Tindall deceased and Mary Tindall the Younger daughter of said Mary and Thomas
2. George Langton the Elder of Langton in the county of Lincoln and George Langton the Younger, his sonne and heir
3. Dorothy Tindall of the City of Westminster, sister of said Thomas Tindall, and Thomas Wormeley of the City of Westminster
Recites, inter alia, the assignment of a mortgage secured on Chesthall Grange in the parish of Stoke upon Tern to the said Thomas Tindall dated 19 June 1677 [327/2/4/2/219]. George Langton the Younger and Mary Tindall the Younger are to be married and the mortgage debt of 2000 owed by Sir John Corbet is to be the marriage portion.
By this document, in consideration of the intended marriage, the mortgaged premises are assigned by 1. to 3.
generation X (7th Great-Grandparents)

512 (256)
man George Langton of Mareham-le-fen, Lincolnshire‏‎ #22
Died ‎before 1655 assuming the note about his wife is correct., buried ‎ Oxcombe, Lincolnshire, UK
of mareham le fen - 1634
page 58:
http://www.archive.org/stream/lincolnshirenot02sympgoogage/n58/mode/1up/search/langton

a legate of his cousin Robert Thornhill, 26 June 1653.
 Married/ Related to:
513 (256)
514 (257)
man Samuel Clutterbuck‏‎ #747
Died ‎before 1665
of Dunton
 Married/ Related to:
515 (257)
woman Francis Unknown‏‎ #1479
Died ‎16 Mar 1665 Langton by Spilsby, Lincolnshire, UK
516 (258)
 Married/ Related to:
517 (258)
generation XI (8th Great-Grandparents)

1024 (512)
man John Langton of Lincolnshire‏‎ #3
Born ‎± 1535 Boston, Lincolnshire, UK, buried ‎7 May 1583 Langton by Spilsby, Lincolnshire, UK
was down as supervisor on his cousins will. Though it appears John Langton died first?

Mentioned in the will of John Portington, husband of his sister Anne 7 Dec 1579, he gets described as his beloved brother in law, and made executor. William Langton is a witness.

Mentioned here, probably, but died the same year?
http://archive.org/stream/publicationslinc02lincuoftage/30/mode/2up

1582/3, probably this John Langton. Not sure what it says:
http://www.lincstothepast.com/Inventory---Langton--John--1582-1583--------/1002490.record?pt=S
 Married ‎before 3 Feb 1557 (at least 47 years married) to:
1025 (512)
woman Anne "Amy Palmer" Palmer of Boston and Winthorpe‏‎ #21
Born ‎1543 Boston, Lincolnshire, UK, died ‎1604‎, 60 or 61 years, buried ‎27 Jan 1604 one source says 1602/3
Heir of her Father's estate, at 14.

Maddisons Pedigree things she was called Amy, not Anne. Amy is what her husband calls her in will.
1026 (513)
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1027 (513)
N.N.‎
1034 (517)
 Married/ Related to:
1035 (517)
generation XII (9th Great-Grandparents)

2048 (1024)
man John Langton of Langton, Lincolnshire‏‎ #57
Born ‎1500, died ‎1572 Langton by Spilsby, Lincolnshire, UK‎, 71 or 72 years, buried ‎10 Apr 1572
Built Langton Hall in Eliz. style c 1550

witnessed his mothers will in 1558.

witness to his sister Janes will.

Recieved a confirmation of the family arms in 1560. Grantees of arms roll MSS. 16940 of., 246.

1560 - http://archive.org/stream/publicationslinc02lincuoftage/194/mode/2up

hadright of presentation to Sausthorpe in 1560, and presented his brother Adlard.

1563:
http://www.lincstothepast.com/Book-of-copies-of-verdicts-and-laws-of-sewers-about-the-little-Lymm--river-/744484.record?pt=S

His inventory, 1572:
http://www.lincstothepast.com/Inventory---Langton--John--1572--------/1082542.record?pt=S
 Married/ Related to:
2049 (1024)
woman Rose "Rosa Littlebury" Littlebury‏‎ #58
Born ‎± 1510 Hagworthingham, Lincoln, England, buried ‎2 Mar 1574
2050 (1025)
man Lawrence Palmer of Boston and Winthorpe‏‎ #455
Died ‎23 Nov 1557
merchant
 Married/ Related to:
2051 (1025)
woman Isabella Unknown of Lincolnshire‏‎ #481
Buried ‎25 Jun 1552 Winthorpe, Lincolnshire, UK
2070 (1035)
 Married/ Related to:
2071 (1035)
generation XIII (10th Great-Grandparents)

4096 (2048)
man Alexander Langton of Lincolnshire‏‎ #89
Born ‎± 1460 Langton by Spilsby, Lincolnshire, UK, died ‎22 Aug 1511‎, approximately 51 years
Vita patris Inq p.m. taken 1st week in Lent, 1512.

from somewhere we have a birth date of 1485 but we don't believe it. His children would not fit if this was true, unless these other people contain errors.
 Married/ Related to:
4097 (2048)
woman Cecily Billesley‏‎ #90
Died ‎1558
Alexander Langton died.

She then married her second husband, ashfordby. She survived her second husband and was execu-
trix of his will in 1527. John Asfordby died 15 No-
vember, 1527. His will, made the day previous, was
proved 21 December, 1527, the nineteenth year of
Henry VIII. By his first wife, Elizabeth, he had
issue :

Andrew Asfordby of Billesby, oldest son and
heir, aged thirteen in 1527, who died before 15 Decem-
ber, 1558. His will, made 30 May, 1556, was proved
26 January, 1561. He married Jane, the daughter of
his stepmother, Cicely, by her first husband, Alexander
Langton.
4098 (2049)
man John Littlebury of Hagworthingham‏‎ #454
Born ‎± 1475
of Hagworthingham
 Married/ Related to:
4099 (2049)
N.N.‎
4142 (2071)
 Married/ Related to:
4143 (2071)
woman Countess Margaret Plantagenet of Sailsbury‏‎ #2269

executed in 1541 at the command of King Henry VIII, who was her cousin's son.
She refused to accept that she was a traitor and would not keep herself still on the block to be executed. Though she was in her 60s and quite frail, she resisted and the first blow missed and hit her shoulder. It took 10 more blows to finally behead her.
generation XIV (11th Great-Grandparents)

8192 (4096)
man William Langton of Langton by Spilsby, Lincolnshire, UK‏‎ #25845
Born ‎± 1433
records from the college of arms tell us that around the descent went John-William-Alexander-John.
 Married/ Related to:
8193 (4096)
8194 (4097)
man John Billesbey‏‎ #91

of Billesbey
 Married/ Related to:
8195 (4097)
N.N.‎
8286 (4143)
man Duke George Plantagenet of Clarence‏‎ #2270
Died ‎18 Feb 1478 Tower of London, London, England, death cause: Executed
 Married/ Related to:
8287 (4143)
woman Isabel Neville‏‎ #2278
Died ‎1476
generation XV (12th Great-Grandparents)

16384 (8192)
man John Langton of Lincolnshire‏‎ #463
Born ‎± 1410 Langton by Spilsby, Lincolnshire, UK, died ‎after 1483 Langton by Spilsby, Lincolnshire, UK‎
Ld. of Langton

John son and heir of John Langton, aged 50 or more at the date of his father's inq.pm. 1460.

8 Dec 1482
http://www.lincstothepast.com/Notification-of-a-feoffment-to-the-uses-of-a-will/771220.record?pt=S

Mentioned as a feofee of John Fulstowe who died 3 Feb 1483.
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16385 (8192)
woman Katherine MEWTER‏‎ #464
Born ‎1425 Saltflethaven, Louth, Lincolnshire, UK
16572 (8286)
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16573 (8286)
N.N.‎
16574 (8287)
 Married/ Related to:
16575 (8287)
N.N.‎
generation XVI (13th Great-Grandparents)

32768 (16384)
man Sir (Knight) John Langton of Langton by Spilsby, Lincolnshire‏‎ #3314
Born ‎1381, died ‎1458‎, 76 or 77 years
son and heir of Thomas Langton, aged 21 years on the feast of the Epithany last past, 1405.

1428, the exchequer roll, records that John Langton held 1/3 part of knights fee formerly of John Langton.

1432, lay subsidy roll states that he was seized in his demesne of free tenements in Langton held by the service of the 4th part of a fee.

Became a knight but died 17th March 1459.

his inq. pm. 1460. which states that he held 1/3 of knight's fee "formerly John Langton's".

544 Writ [not extant: see 543.]
BERKSHIRE. Inquisition. Reading. 5 May 1436. [Hyde].
Alice Skipwyth, lady of Gibthorp, Elizabeth, lately the wife of William Fosse , John Langton , Henry Vavasour , Margaret Swaby and Alice, lately the wife of William Gibthorp , hold lands etc. in Mumby, Hogsthorpe, Anderby, Cumberworth, Winthorpe and Burgh le Marsh as 3 1/2 knights’ fees and 35s. yearly

THOMAS DE LANGTON885
Writ 28 Jan. 1404.LINCOLN. Inquisition. Alford 4 MarchHe held a fifth part of the lordship and soke of Mumby in his demesne as of fee of Anne late queen of England, of the honour of Richmond by knight service, annual value £14.It was in the queen’s hands owing to his death and the minority of his son John. The queen took the profits from Thomas’s death until her own death. Since then John Bell of Boston has held it by virtue of letters patent of Richard II.He also held in his demesne as of fee the manor and advowson of Langton, of John duke of Lancaster and Thomas earl of Kent by knight service, annual value £10. The duke, the earl and their executors held them until 25 April 1393 owing to the minority of the heir.John his son and next heir was aged 21 on 6 Jan. last.C 137/41, no. 14

JOHN SON AND HEIR OF THOMAS DE LANGTON886
Writ for proof of age; his lands being in the custody partly of John Bell of Boston and partly of the executors of John duke of Lancaster and Thomas earl of Kent, they should be warned. 17 March 1404. [Endorsed] John Bell was warned at Mumby and the executors at Langton, all on 29 March by Thomas Swynshed and Robert Walton LINCOLN. Proof of age. Partney 8 AprilThe jurors say that John son of Thomas de Langton, who held in chief of the honour of Richmond, was 21 on 29 Dec. last, having been born at Langton by Sausthorpe and baptised in the church there on 29 Dec. 1381 [sic].Being separately examined, they say that they know for the reasons given below:John Northorp of Sausthorpe, aged 60 years and more, was in the church at the baptism and says that the name and date of birth were written in a great missal in the church.Walter son of Robert Langton, 44 and more, had a son William born on the next day.Walter Tateshale of Langton, 49 and more, was sent to find John de Marham, chaplain, who was a godfather.Hugh Justice of Sausthorpe, 50, was bailiff of Thomas the father in Langton and accounted for the issues of the manor from Michaelmas before the birth and had an acquittance, by the date of which he knows when John was born.Henry Godeale of Sausthorpe, 48, purchased for himself and his heirs 1 a. in Langton at Easter after the birth and knows by the date of the charter.Henry Cutman, 50, had a daughter married on 1 Nov. following the birth.John Pylett, 44, and Thomas South, 50, were in the church at the baptism with a jug of wine and also with dinner, and John Northorp and John Marham were godfathers, and they and all the other people there ate and drank.Alexander Stacy, 54, and Richard Abott, 50 and more, were witnesses to a charter by which the father bought a messuage for himself and his heirs at Midsummer before the birth,Thomas son of Nicholas de …, 48, and William Gylyott, 42, set out for Lincoln at Michaelmas before the birth, and it rained so heavily and the waters rose so much that they scarcely avoided being drowned.C 137/45, no. 53
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32769 (16384)
32770 (16385)
man John Mewter‏‎ #533

of Saltflehaven
 Married/ Related to:
32771 (16385)
N.N.‎
33144 (16572)
 Married/ Related to:
33145 (16572)
N.N.‎
generation XVII (14th Great-Grandparents)

65536 (32768)
man Thomas Langton of Langton, Lincolnshire‏‎ #3312
Born ‎between 1350 and 1360 his son and heir, John we know was born in 1381, so Thomas was likely to have been born about 20-30 years before that - 1350-60, but it could, though unlikely, be earlier than that., died ‎between 6 Jan 1372 and 14 Mar 1393‎
died before 14 March 1393 when John, Duke of Lancaster (John of Gaunt) presented to the church of Langton (by Spilsby).

3rd week of lent 1404 - Inq.p.m. Thomas held 1/5 part of the Soke of Mumby, by knights service. It goes on to say that the Land was in the hand of the queen, due to Thomas' son, John, being in minority. From this we would guess that John was 21 at this date, and reading the rest of the document, it states exactly that.
THOMAS DE LANGTON885
Writ 28 Jan. 1404.LINCOLN. Inquisition. Alford 4 MarchHe held a fifth part of the lordship and soke of Mumby in his demesne as of fee of Anne late queen of England, of the honour of Richmond by knight service, annual value £14.It was in the queen’s hands owing to his death and the minority of his son John. The queen took the profits from Thomas’s death until her own death. Since then John Bell of Boston has held it by virtue of letters patent of Richard II.He also held in his demesne as of fee the manor and advowson of Langton, of John duke of Lancaster and Thomas earl of Kent by knight service, annual value £10. The duke, the earl and their executors held them until 25 April 1393 owing to the minority of the heir.John his son and next heir was aged 21 on 6 Jan. last.C 137/41, no. 14
 Married/ Related to:
65537 (32768)
woman Kathenia Unknown‏‎ #3313

1432 "Kathenia quondam uxor" Thomas Langeton juxta Partenaye widowe seisita...de tenis et tenementes en Hagworthingham que tenenties per servicium septimi parties in f.m. (Lay subsidy roll)
66288 (33144)
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66289 (33144)
N.N.‎
generation XVIII (15th Great-Grandparents)

131072 (65536)
man John Langton of Langton, Lincolnshire‏‎ #3310
Born ‎between 1290 and 1330 best guess would be 1315, died ‎± 1370‎
1349-69 - presented to the church of Langton (by Spilsby).

1352 - Held the manor of Hagworthingham (chancery inq.).

and 1354 - he gives his line of descent, where he sued Agnes de Brynkhill for land in Skendelby:
http://www.archive.org/stream/pedigreesfromple00wrotrichage/72/mode/2up/search/langton
 Married/ Related to:
131073 (65536)
generation XIX (16th Great-Grandparents)

262144 (131072)
man John Langton of Langton, Lincolnshire‏‎ #3308
Born ‎before 1300 best guess would be 1285, died ‎between 1338 and 1342 1342 to when his wife is noted as a widow.‎, 41 or 42 years
1320 - Padoned with his wife (Amabilla) for aquiring the manor of Hagworthingham without license.

1323 - John, son of John, son of Thomas. Named as "one of the heirs of Mumby".

1323 -Acknowledges debt to priory of Burwell (Holy Trinity).

1331 - Held 1/2 knights fee in Langeton Sausthorpe, etc. Assize Roll.

1334 - with his bros William and Thomas (unless the Jn in question is this John's son) a defendant in a case of assault. Coram Regis Roll.

1338 - http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/patentrolls/e3v4/body/Edward3vol4page0036.pdf
 Married ‎1320 (21 or 22 years married) to:
262145 (131072)
woman Amibilla Dantree‏‎ #3309

1320 - receives a pardon with her husband for aquiring the manor of Hagworthingham without license.

1342 - as widow of John and sister of John Dantree, appeals against decision of the jurors.
generation XX (17th Great-Grandparents)

524288 (262144)
man John Langton of Lincolnshire‏‎ #473
Born ‎before 1270 best guess would be 1355, died ‎before 1323‎
Presented william de Langton, aculite to the church of Langton 1270 on the first of St. Luke at Thorpe next Skendenby.

1292 Succeeded to the property Hagworthingham.

1293 Presented William de Langton, acolite to the Church of Langton.
http://archive.org/stream/publicationslinc39lincuoftpage/72/mode/2up
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524289 (262144)
woman Joan Tamworth‏‎ #472

much of the heralds visitation is incorrect, but we believe this marriage did occur, while many of those listed did not. The source eludes me at the time, but there must be one, else i would not have included her in this tree when i constructed it about 2011.
generation XXI (18th Great-Grandparents)

1048576 (524288)
man Thomas Langton of Lincolnshire‏‎ #580
Born ‎between estimated 1203 and 1283, died ‎before 15 Oct 1282‎
Mentioned in assize roll of 1272. 1275 Paid a fine of 40/- fro respite of becoming a knight. Died before 15th Oct 1282.

1247:
http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108098&strquery=langeton
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1048577 (524288)
1048578 (524289)
 Married/ Related to:
1048579 (524289)
N.N.‎
generation XXII (19th Great-Grandparents)

2097152 (1048576)
man John Langton of Lincolnshire‏‎ #474
Born ‎between 1160 and 1230, died ‎after 1261‎
in 1261 claimed a fifth part of the lands of Mumby. Pedigree given here:
https://archive.org/stream/pedigreesfromple00wrotrichage/498/mode/2up/search/langeton

not clear if John is right, or whether it was in fact his brother Thomas in the family line.

Paid a fine of 5 marks "for respite" of becoming a knight.
1232 and 1242. Held 1/2 fee in Langton etc. 1/2 and 1/48 in Hagworthingham. 1260. 1260. Paid a fine 5 marks for respite of becoming a knight.

Alive 1232 and 1262

Likely to be this guy also:
1253/4:
http://www.finerollshenry3.org.uk/content/calendar/roll_051.html

and is this guy:
http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=53619&strquery=langeton
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2097153 (1048576)
generation XXIII (20th Great-Grandparents)

4194304 (2097152)
man Richard "Richard de Langeton" Langton of Lincolnshire‏‎ #581
Born ‎between estimated 1130 and 1200
Witness something in 1220 with brother Gilbert.

Witnesses deed of Warrin de Langton circa 1220. Lived at Langton 1234 and 1245.

mentioned here:
http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=53619&strquery=langeton
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4194305 (2097152)
N.N.‎
generation XXIV (21th Great-Grandparents)

8388608 (4194304)
man Osbert "Osbert de Langeton" Langton of Lincolnshire‏‎ #583

one osbert de langton is mentioned somewhere recorded 1191.
Confirms the oxgang which Mattew his brother gave to the monks of Bardsley.
Witness a charter of the Priory of Sempringham 1177. Gives a Toft to teh Dean of Lincoln 1200. Mentioned in Misc Chancery Ing 1194 and the Rotuli Curia Regis 1194 and the Rotuli Curia Regis 1194 and 1199.

Additional dates range from 1177-1200 - though some may be about his Father.
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8388609 (4194304)
woman Sara Mumby‏‎ #582

one of the five aunts and heirs of
Alice of Mumby.

When Alice died, their Aunts inherited, and this meant John (Sara's grandson) could claim a fifth part of the lands, which he did.
generation XXV (22th Great-Grandparents)

16777216 (8388608)
man Osbert "Osbert de Langeton" Langton of Lincolnshire‏‎ #586
Born ‎between estimated 1116 and 1161
Witnessed a charter of the priory of Sempringham, 1177.

one osbert de langton is mentioned somewhere recorded 1191

Mentioned in Misc. Chancery Inq 1194 and the Rotuli Curia Regis 1194 and 1199.

An early Langton deed is found in a certain register
registrum antiquissimum in the muniment room of the dean
and chapter of Lincoln. In it Osbert of Langetun gives two
oxgangs of land in Langetun and one toft to the dean and
chapter. By the witnesses' names a date between 1196 and
1205 may be added.

https://archive.org/stream/publicationslinc41lincuoftage/128/mode/2up


He would have had to have been an adult so he is at least 16 within these dates, and could be as old as 80 in some, though this age would seem unlikely. This places his birth bettween 1116-1161
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16777217 (8388608)
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16777218 (8388609)
 Married/ Related to:
16777219 (8388609)
N.N.‎
generation XXVII (23th Great-Grandparents)

33554432 (16777216)
man Robert "Robert de Langeton" Langton of Lincolnshire, UK‏‎ #8426
Died ‎± 1160
presented a toft to the Priory of Sempringham, circa 1150.

Perhaps the Robert, fit Eudo who gave one acre and one rood to Easby Abbey, in 1150.
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33554436 (16777218)
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33554437 (16777218)
N.N.‎