Maria "Mary Langton" Langton of Tredegyr, Dyffryn, Gwent, Cymru #1450, daughter of Thomas Langton and Dame Mary "Catherine Matthews" Matthews, Langton, Judde of Pentyrch, Morgannwg, Cymru.
Born MayBE 1528, died 4 Nov 1573 London, England, 45 years, buried Barking, Essex, UK
Married before 1566 winter arms of visitation in 1566 show Langton arms included. (at least 7 years married) to:
Admiral Sir William Winter of Lydney, Gloucestershire, UK #1449, son of John Winter and Alice Tirry of Cork, Ireland.
Born Tredegyr, Dyffryn, Monmouthshire, Wales, died 21 Feb 1589 Sir William died on 21.2.1589 as the result of a wound received by a gun recoiling during the Battle against the Spanish Armada in 1588.
had 4 sons and 4 daughters with Mary.
4 of his cousins had been arrested for their part in the gunpowder plot of 1605 to blow up parliament. One of them was one of the chief conspiritors. 4 executed. Nice family.
Surveyor of the Navy.
Was granted Lydney, Glos. for his part in the Spanish Armada.
3. Sir (M.P.) Edward Winter Knt. of Lydney, Glos. #1594
Born 1560, died 1619, 58 or 59 years
He takes part in Drake's 1586 voyage to West Indies.
(Hasler, The House of Commons, 1558-1603, p. 673. ) Website on Winter naval family.
5. Nicolas Winter #1599
6. Janet Winter #1600
7. Eleanor Winter #1602
8. James Winter #2363