woman Elizabeth Pennant‏‎ #1991‎    , daughter of Edward Pennant and N.N.‏.
Died ‎1707, buried ‎5 May 1707 Wigan, Lancashire, UK
the Pennants being a notable Welsh family seated at Bagillt, Holywell, Flint

Married ‎3 Dec 1655 Wigan, Lancashire, UK (40 or 41 years married) to:

man Philip Langton of Lowe, Hindley, Lancashire‏‎ #1990‎    , son of Abraham Langton of Lowe, Lancashire and Unknown Unknown‏.
Born ‎1628, died ‎1696‎, 67 or 68 years, buried ‎3 Apr 1696 Wigan, Lancashire, UK
Below untitled sources from: 'Townships: Hindley', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4 (1911), pp. 106-111. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41388 Date accessed: 22 March 2010.

[no title] D/D La/8 1654
Contents:
Remise from John Wildman of Westminster, esq., and Henry Eltonhead of Middle Temple, London, gent, to Philip Langton, son of Abraham Langton of 'The Lowe', esq., of their interest in the manor of Hindley and other properties in Hindley and Westleigh, purchased by them from the contractors for the sale of delinquents' lands, and held lately by Abraham Langton.

[no title] D/D La/10 1654
Contents:
Power of attorney: Henry Eltonhead (above) of Inner Temple, to Philip Langton (above), Abraham Lance of Abram, Thomas Molyneux of Abram, Henry Gerard of Newton and Thomas Cheetham of Hindley, gents., concerning all his properties in Lancs.

1668: http://www.archive.org/stream/lancashirechesir01rosepage/12/mode/2up

[no title] D/D La/17 1695
Contents:
Lease: Philip Langton and Edward Langton (above) to Thurston Snape of Westleigh, husbandman.
Messuage in Hindley with a close called 'the rood land.'
Term: 3 lives at 18s. and a further 10s. in lieu of boons p.a. rent.
Considerations: £36 and the surrender of a former lease.

Dom John Placid Acton, was chaplain to the Langtons at Lowe Hall, where he died Nov. 25, and was buried at Wigan Nov. 28, 1727 (Catholic Record Society Vol. 23, 1922).

Children:

1.
man Robert Langton of Lowe, Lancashire, UK‏‎ #65329‎    
Born ‎1657
1664, Dugdale’s Visitation of Lancashire, under “The Langtons of Lowe” (The Chetham Society Old Series Vol LXXXV)
2.
man Philip Langton of Lowe, Lancashire, UK‏‎ #65330‎    

1664, Dugdale’s Visitation of Lancashire, under “The Langtons of Lowe” (The Chetham Society Old Series Vol LXXXV)

a “Philip, son of Philip Langhton of Ince” was buried in Wigan All Saints on 18 Feb 1661. As Ince is immediately adjacent to Hindley this is not a problem, but the date of his death pre-dates Dugdale.
3.
man George Langton of Hindley, Lancashire, UK‏‎ #65331‎    
Died ‎1696, buried ‎16 Feb 1696 Wigan, Lancashire, UK
Perhaps the George Langton who had a bastard son (no name) of a Mr George Langton was baptised in Wigan 20 Feb 1693.

1664, Dugdale’s Visitation of Lancashire, under “The Langtons of Lowe” (The Chetham Society Old Series Vol LXXXV)
4.
woman Elizabeth Langton of Lowe, Lancashire, UK‏‎ #65332    

1664, Dugdale’s Visitation of Lancashire, under “The Langtons of Lowe” (The Chetham Society Old Series Vol LXXXV)
5.
man Edward Langton of Lowe Hall in Hindley‏‎ #1680    
Born ‎after 1664 not mentioned in 1664, Dugdale’s Visitation of Lancashire, under “The Langtons of Lowe” (The Chetham Society Old Series Vol LXXXV), so assume he was born after that date., died ‎25 Mar 1733‎, at most 69 years, buried ‎27 Mar 1733 Wigan, Lancashire, UK
Youngest son. Not mentioned in the 1664, Dugdale’s Visitation of Lancashire, under “The Langtons of Lowe” (The Chetham Society Old Series Vol LXXXV) so born after this date.

Feb 1686: The marriage settlement starts “By Indenture of Lease and Release being made between the said Philip Langton and the said Elizabeth his then Wife of the first part Edward Langton Gent his Son and Heir Apparent and Catherine his wife of the second part…..” and goes on to mention “Remainder to George Langton second son of the said Philip Langton for ever”

[no title] D/D La/19 1699
Related information: See nos D/D La/12 and 13 above
Contents:
Grant (partly mutilated): Edward Langton of 'The Lowe', esq., and James Cheetham (above) to Elizabeth Mather of Wigan, widow, and Nicholas her son. Right of way through a lane lately taken from a close called 'the Hindley Field,' from their messuage in Abram.
Consideration: 1d. p.a. rent.

http://www.archive.org/stream/lancashirechesir01roseage/100/mode/2up/search/langton
1702, and 1724.

[no title] D/D La/20 1715
Contents:
Lease: Edward Langton (above) to Edward Cross of Hindley, labourer. House in Hindley in the tenure of John Cross, son of Edward.
Term: 3 lives at 1s.6d. p.a. rent.
Consideration: £2. 10s.

Was a Catholic non- juror in 1717

[no title] D/D La/21 1719
Contents:
Lease: Edward Langton (above) to William Aspull of Hindley, shoemaker. 2 messuages in Hindley formerly occupied by James Kearsley.
Term: 3 lives at 5s. p.a. rent.
Consideration: £6.6s. and the surrender of a former lease.

[no title] D/D La/22 1721
Contents:
Lease: Edward Langton (above) to George Turton of Hindley, fustian weaver. Messuage in Hindley formerly occupied by the late William Turton father of George, with closes belonging called 'the meadow at the back of the house', 'the little lower croft,' 'the mull croft', 'the great Hindley field,' 'the lower field,' and 'the cartshaw,' being 7½ a.
Term: 3 lives at 11s p.a. rent.
Consideration: 5s and the surrender of a former lease.

[no title] D/D La/18 1728
Contents:
Surrender: James Snape of Hindley, yeoman, son of the late Thurston Snape (above), and Henry Smith of same, yeoman, to Edward Langton (above). Messuage above leased in 1695 to Thurston Snape and assigned in 1724 by James Snape to Henry Smith.
Consideration: £100.

[no title] DX 1433 27 Nov. 1730
Contents:
Assignment of Lease: for £84.16.0: Adam Johnson of Wood Street, London, warehouseman, to Richard Markland of Lumbard Street, London, chapman -- property in Hindley as DX 1428 -- leased 19 Sep. 1702 by Edward Langton of the Low in Hindley, esq. to John Adamson of Hindley, weaver, decd. for lives of Adam & Elizabeth Johnson, his children, also as DX 1426.
Witn: William Woodstock, Robert Markham. Seal.

Edward died without issue in 1733, leaving his property to Catherine his wife for life and to nephews and nieces named Pugh. William Pugh had Hindley, and his nephew and heir, Edward Philip Pugh of Coetmor in Carnarvonshire, sold the manor of Hindley and the Lowe Hall estate to the Duke of Bridgewater.
From: 'Townships: Hindley', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4 (1911), pp. 106-111. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41388 Date accessed: 22 March 2010.

Last in the Langton line at Lowe.