William "Willia Langtfield, William Lancton" Langton of Wanborough, Wiltshire of Liddington, Wiltshire, UK #2060, son of Unknown Langton and Unknown Unknown.
Buried 9 Nov 1672 Wanborough, Wiltshire, UK
The William Lancton tenant of land in Wanborough (Earlscourt, Hinton Parva) 1672. he was also of Liddington (Will).
There is a Langton of Liddington in 1666 according to a record in the archives.
Married/ Related to:
Unknown Unknown #55037
1. Mary "Mary Langtfield" Langton of Wanborough, Wiltshire #6595
Mary langton who we think is the one mentioned in brothers Will twice. Once as sister (certainly placing her existence here) and Second as receiving 40 pounds. Its possible there was another Mary Langton, a grandchild perhaps.
2. Tanner and Alderman William "William Langton, William Langton" Langton of Calne of Liddington and Wanborough, Wiltshire of Wanborough, Wiltshire, UK #907
Held office in Calne (Alderman?) in 1685 (second term).
First name mentioned in the town in James IIs charter of 1689, known as the obnoxious ordinance.
We think that his father was William Lancton who rented land in Wanborough 1672-76. 205 Acres, so presumably he would have been fairly wealthy.
3. David "David Langfoild" Langton of Wanborough, and Liddington, Wiltshire #6596
Buried 4 May 1722 Wiltshire, UK from FamilyHistory's burial index.
We know from the date of the Admin bond and the name being quite rare in the Wiltshire Langtons, that it is the same guy.
inherits the land in Wanborough from his father.
we assume that he is the David Langton with the Admin Bond in 1722, though it could be his nephew.
Manning's Hill is the village that was removed when Capability Brown created the lake at Bowood House.
Stanley [east of Chippenham] Bromham Bayntun, Bromham [between Chippenham and Rowde], and Bremhill [east of Chippenham]
A bit more about the property but confusing. Tenant: David Langton. Year: 1678-9 Rent: £200, 0S, 0d.
4. Lea "Lea Langhfoild" Langton of Wanborough, Wiltshire #6597
5. Edward Langton of Wanborough, Wiltshire #6601