Thomas "Thomas Langton" Langton of St. Stephens, Walbrook and St. Benet's, Shereho of London #3403, son of Thomas "Thomas Langton, Thomas Langton" Langton of St. Stephen's, Walbrook, London, UK of London of St. Laurence Pountney, Dowgate, London and Joan Downes of London.
Died 1642, buried 26 Oct 1642 St Stephens, Walbrook, London, UK. Occupations: Linen Drapper, 1605; fishmonger
its possible that there is more than one Thomas, three different occupations are listed at different times. However, the years of events follow suit and appear typical for someone with a wife having a baby about once a year.
NOTE: Thomas Langtons, fishmonger was churchwarden in 1613.
warden of the fishmongers coy.
attested his sister Judith's marriage in 1605. Fishmonger.
gave his sister away on behalf of his Father
This source contains biographies of those involved in the founding of virgina and confirms that the thomas langton involved was the fishmonger from london.
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Son of thomas langton of london who came out of lincolnshire (this quote perhaps taken from visitation)
churchwarden of st stephens, wallbrook 1613.
An Edward Allen and john allen are also listed, presumably relatives through his wife.
Married Dec 1597 (24 or 25 years married) to:
Barbary "Barbara Allen, Barbery Ablen" Allen of St. Stephens Walbrook and St. Benets, Sherhog, of London #3405, daughter of Thomas Allen or Ablen and N.N..
Died 1622, buried 3 Jul 1622
1. Thomas Langton of of St. Matthew, Friday Street and Allgate, Lond #566
Born 1603. Occupation: 1631; Fishmonger
2. Robert Langton of Limestreet, and St Peter's Le Pore, London #567
Died 15 sep 1646
3. John Langton of Lime Street, and St Peter's le Pore, London #568
1605 - gets the Hollybush property in Maidenhead.
Will of Robert Winche of Cookeham, Feb 1604/5, leaves Hollybush to Luce Kember and her son Robert Smith/e. Luce may have been previously married to either Walter Smith/Smythe of Maidenhead (1597 will held at Berkshire Records Office) or John Smith/Smythe of Cookham (1593 will at Berks RO). So Charles Langton's claim in his book "The Langtons of Langton" that Robert Langton was the son of Mary Smyth (Langton), daugher of William Langton of Bennington must incorrect. This brings into question, not only the link to South Lincolnshire, but also to the London Langtons directly above in this tree.
4. Barbara Langton of Norton, Gloucestershire #564
5. Silkwoman Mary Langton of London, UK #565
not clear if mary or her mother is the silkwoman
6. Martha Langton of St. Stephens, Walbrook and of St. Benet's, Sher #3406
7. Judith Langton of St. Stephens, Walbrook and of St. Benet's, Sher #3407
Born 1611, buried 17 Mar 1629
8. Margaret "Margaret Langton" Langton of St. Stephens, Walbrook and of St. Benet's, Sher #3408
9. Ann Langton St. Stephens, Walbrook and of St. Benet's, Shereho #3409
Born 1613, died 1620, 6 or 7 years, buried 10 Dec 1620
10. Edward Langton of St. Stephens, Walbrook and of St. Benet's, Sher #3410
Born 1614, died 1621, 6 or 7 years, buried 3 Oct 1621
11. John Langton of St. Stephens, Walbrook and of St. Benet's, Sher #3411
Born 1616, died 1619–1620, 3 or 4 years, buried 24 Jan 1620
12. Edmond Langton of St. Stephens, Walbrook and of St. Benet's, Sher #3412
Born 24 Jan 1619 Monday. about 11 O Clock at night.
13. Bridget Langton of St. Stephens, Walbrook and of St. Benet's, Sher #3413
Died 1626, buried 19 Dec 1626