man Parson James Langton of Wigan‏‎ #2898‎    , son of Henry Langton of Walton and Newton and Agnes "Agnes de Davenport" Davenport‏.
Born ‎1397
Another source states he was Henry's youngest son.
Lancs. Inq. p.m. (Chet. Soc.), i, 137; Hoghton D. 618. James Langton, a younger son of Henry Langton, was described as 'clerk' in 1413, and about sixteen years old when he had a dispensation to hold a benefice with cure in a cathedral or collegiate church; Cal. Papal Letters, vi, 412. He became parson of Wigan in 1432.
From: 'Townships: Walton-le-Dale', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 6 (1911), pp. 289-300. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=53121 Date accessed: 22 March 2010.

In a plea of 1441 mention is made of William de Langton as rector before 10 Hen. VI (belived to be James Uncle), and James de Langton as rector in the same year; a note is added, recording a pardon to the latter, dated 1446–7; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 3, m. 31b.

13 Aug.1432   Settlementof the action taken by himself, Thomas Langley, Bishop of
                        Durham(q.v.), Henry deKighley(q.v.) and Henry de Langton(q.v.)
                        againstLawrence de Standissh(q.v.) and his son, Alexander, deforciants
                        ofthe advowson of the church of Wigan, Lancashire.
                        (www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=52568)

In 1436 James de Langton, rector of Wigan, was proceeding to France in the retinue of the Duke of York; Dep. Keeper's Rep. xlviii, App. 310.
He appears to have been a violent and lawless man, and his name frequently occurs in the plea rolls. In 1442 the sheriff was ordered to arrest Christopher, Edward, Edmund, and Oliver de Langton, sons of James de Langton, the rector; also Margaret Holerobyn of Wigan, the rector's mistress; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 4 (quoted by Canon Bridgeman).
From: 'The parish of Wigan: Introduction, church and charities', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4 (1911), pp. 57-68. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41379 Date accessed: 27 May 2010.

1441:
http://www.wiganworld.co.uk/stuff/wig1889p6.php?opt=wig1889

Married/ Related to:

woman Unknown Unknown‏‎ #2899‎    

Children:

1.
man Rector Oliver Langton of Wigan‏‎ #2896‎    
Born ‎1420–1435
Rector of Wigan, o.c.1451.
LocatedAt Lichfield Record Office
Level Item
DocRefNo D30/4/1/77
Title Indenture from Oliver Langton, rector of Wigan, covenanting on the part of himself and his successors to pay a pension of £20 to the Dean and Chapter.
Date 1451
Description Dated 4 January, 29 Henry VI.
Cox reference: C57

In a plea of 1441 mention is made of William de Langton as rector before 10 Hen. VI, and James de Langton as rector in the same year; a note is added, recording a pardon to the latter, dated 1446–7; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 3, m. 31b.
In 1436 James de Langton, rector of Wigan, was proceeding to France in the retinue of the Duke of York; Dep. Keeper's Rep. xlviii, App. 310.
He appears to have been a violent and lawless man, and his name frequently occurs in the plea rolls. In 1442 the sheriff was ordered to arrest Christopher, Edward, Edmund, and Oliver de Langton, sons of James de Langton, the rector; also Margaret Holerobyn of Wigan, the rector's mistress; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 4 (quoted by Canon Bridgeman).

From: 'The parish of Wigan: Introduction, church and charities', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4 (1911), pp. 57-68. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41379 Date accessed: 27 May 2010.

http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a/records.aspx?cat=055-ddsc_1&cid=28-98-9

http://www02.us.archive.org/stream/remainshistornew18chetuoft/remainshistornew18chetuoft_djvu.txt
3.
man Christopher Langton of Lancashire‏‎ #2900‎    

In a plea of 1441 mention is made of William de Langton as rector before 10 Hen. VI, and James de Langton as rector in the same year; a note is added, recording a pardon to the latter, dated 1446–7; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 3, m. 31b.
In 1436 James de Langton, rector of Wigan, was proceeding to France in the retinue of the Duke of York; Dep. Keeper's Rep. xlviii, App. 310.
He appears to have been a violent and lawless man, and his name frequently occurs in the plea rolls. In 1442 the sheriff was ordered to arrest Christopher, Edward, Edmund, and Oliver de Langton, sons of James de Langton, the rector; also Margaret Holerobyn of Wigan, the rector's mistress; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 4 (quoted by Canon Bridgeman).

From: 'The parish of Wigan: Introduction, church and charities', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4 (1911), pp. 57-68. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41379 Date accessed: 27 May 2010.

1451 pardoned:
http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/patentrolls/h6v5/body/Henry6vol5page0501.pdf
4.
man Edmund Langton of Lancashire‏‎ #2901‎    

In a plea of 1441 mention is made of William de Langton as rector before 10 Hen. VI, and James de Langton as rector in the same year; a note is added, recording a pardon to the latter, dated 1446–7; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 3, m. 31b.
In 1436 James de Langton, rector of Wigan, was proceeding to France in the retinue of the Duke of York; Dep. Keeper's Rep. xlviii, App. 310.
He appears to have been a violent and lawless man, and his name frequently occurs in the plea rolls. In 1442 the sheriff was ordered to arrest Christopher, Edward, Edmund, and Oliver de Langton, sons of James de Langton, the rector; also Margaret Holerobyn of Wigan, the rector's mistress; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 4 (quoted by Canon Bridgeman).

From: 'The parish of Wigan: Introduction, church and charities', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4 (1911), pp. 57-68. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41379 Date accessed: 27 May 2010.
5.
man Edward Langton of Lancashire‏‎ #2902‎    

In a plea of 1441 mention is made of William de Langton as rector before 10 Hen. VI, and James de Langton as rector in the same year; a note is added, recording a pardon to the latter, dated 1446–7; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 3, m. 31b.
In 1436 James de Langton, rector of Wigan, was proceeding to France in the retinue of the Duke of York; Dep. Keeper's Rep. xlviii, App. 310.
He appears to have been a violent and lawless man, and his name frequently occurs in the plea rolls. In 1442 the sheriff was ordered to arrest Christopher, Edward, Edmund, and Oliver de Langton, sons of James de Langton, the rector; also Margaret Holerobyn of Wigan, the rector's mistress; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 4 (quoted by Canon Bridgeman).

From: 'The parish of Wigan: Introduction, church and charities', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4 (1911), pp. 57-68. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41379 Date accessed: 27 May 2010.


2nd marriage/ relation
man Parson James Langton of Wigan‏‎ #2898‎    , son of Henry Langton of Walton and Newton and Agnes "Agnes de Davenport" Davenport‏.

Married/ Related to:

woman Margaret Halerobyn‏‎ #2903‎    

mistress:

In a plea of 1441 mention is made of William de Langton as rector before 10 Hen. VI, and James de Langton as rector in the same year; a note is added, recording a pardon to the latter, dated 1446–7; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 3, m. 31b.
In 1436 James de Langton, rector of Wigan, was proceeding to France in the retinue of the Duke of York; Dep. Keeper's Rep. xlviii, App. 310.
He appears to have been a violent and lawless man, and his name frequently occurs in the plea rolls. In 1442 the sheriff was ordered to arrest Christopher, Edward, Edmund, and Oliver de Langton, sons of James de Langton, the rector; also Margaret Holerobyn of Wigan, the rector's mistress; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 4 (quoted by Canon Bridgeman).

From: 'The parish of Wigan: Introduction, church and charities', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4 (1911), pp. 57-68. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41379 Date accessed: 27 May 2010.