man William Langton of Hexham, Northumberland‏‎ #54729‎
Born ‎before PROB 1270
see notes on sons.

Married/ Related to:

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Children:

1.
man Clerk and Baliff Richard Langton of Fallowfield, Hexham, Northumberland‏‎ #5012‎
Died ‎between 10 Jun 1321 and 31 Jan 1323
1321, June 10th, Richard de Langton appointed vice Sir J. de Vaus, resigned; John Travers, steward
http://www.dickinsons-of-whitfield.org/Hexham.html

p.156: 1320. Clerk Richard Langton of Fallowfield, Hexham, Northumberland
p.157: 31st Jan 1322/3 (had died) seised of two messuages and forty-one acres in Floufeld worth thirty shillings per annum and that he paid ten shillings and also elevenpence for hawk bearing and for plaughage twenty-one pence and for cutting corn threepence halfpenny and for work at Acum pund one penny and three farthings. Also did suit of court at the court of Hexham every three weeks. His brother Nicholas is next heir and that he is of full age.
http://www.electricscotland.com/northumberland/historyofnorthum04nort.pdf
2.
man Nicholas Langton of Fallowfield, Hexham, Northumberland‏‎ #54730‎
Born ‎before 1302, died ‎afterER 11 Feb 1322/3‎, approximately 20 years
p.157: 31st Jan 1322/3 (brother Richard had died) seised of two messuages and forty-one acres in Floufeld worth thirty shillings per annum and that he paid ten shillings and also elevenpence for hawk bearing and for plaughage twenty-one pence and for cutting corn threepence halfpenny and for work at Acum pund one penny and three farthings. Also did suit of court at the court of Hexham every three weeks. His brother Nicholas is next heir and that he is of full age.

It is certified that on the 11 Feb 1322/3 at Cawode (Cawood, Yorkshire - residence of the Archbihop of York), Nicholas son of William de Langton, brother and heir of the deceased Richard de Langton, clerk, did homage to the archbishop and swore fealty for the moiety of the manor of Falghfelt and other lands and tenements and rents which he claimed to hold of him within the liberty of Hexham and did suit of court at the archbishops court of Hexham.
By deed dated at Cawode (Coanwood?), 11 Feb 1323, Nicholas de Langton above mentioned grants to the archbishop of York, William de Melton, the moiety of the manor of Falghfeld, with its appurtenances and all lands and tenements, with the services appertaining.

p.156: 20th Feb 1339. Nicholas de Langeton (of Hexham area)