man Rev Arthur James Langton of Matlaske and Hempstead, Holt, Norfolk‏‎ #331‎, son of Rev. and Doctor Wenman Henry Langton of Warham St Mary with "Waterden, and Impropriator and Elizabeth Henshaw Arnold of Leicester‏.
Born ‎1800 Leicester, Leicestershire, UK, died ‎1890 Bournemouth, Dorset, UK‎, 89 or 90 years. Occupation:
Rector of Beeston Regis (Beeston on Sea) 1835 8, and of Matlaske and Plumstead 1837-71
[Wadham College, Oxford, 1819, R. of Matlaske, Norfolk]
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Clerk of Kirton, Lincolnshire

Parish Records of Plumstead by Holt
Miscellaneous
CatalogueRefPD 412/8
TitleCopy licence for non-residence at Plumstead of Arthur Langton, rector
Date1838
LevelPiece
RepositoryNorfolk Record Office
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Manor Court Records, Sale Particulars and Papers from H.M. Goodchild, solicitor, of Castle Meadow, Norwich
Deposit of 26 May 1982
Stalham
CatalogueRefMC 389/116b, 731X3
TitleDeeds re 16p. of land with brick tower corn mill conveyed by Jedidiah Barcham to Revd Arthur Langton
Date6 Jul 1848
LevelPiece
RepositoryNorfolk Record Office
Extent4 documents
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Parish Records of Waterden
Churchwardens, Vestry, Parochial Church Council
CatalogueRefPD 593/12
TitleCopy stipendiary curates licences for Revd Arthur Langton 1823, and for Revd Charles Stephenson 1864
Date1823-1864
LevelPiece
RepositoryNorfolk Record Office
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Mentioned in church of England list:
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Married ‎FebRUARY 29, 1826 St Mary Abbots, Kensington, Middlesex, England (at least 55 years married) to:

woman Emily Matilda Gosling‏‎ #314‎
Born ‎5 Mar 1802 Richmond upon Thames, Surrey, UK, died ‎after 1881‎, at least 79 years
??Emily Matilda Langton d Q1 1883 Newton A age 81

Children:

1.
woman Anna Sophia Langton of Norfolk?‏‎ #318‎
2.
man Arthur Langton‏‎ #315‎
3.
man Henry Langton‏‎ #316‎
Born ‎± 1829 Kirton-in-Holland, Lincolnshire, UK, died ‎1859‎, approximately 30 years
Langton, Henry
Approx. lifespan: 1828–1865
sizar St John's College adm1847:06:03 ;
pens. re-adm1847:10:16
s. of College Wadham, Arthur Sch: Sch: Wadham, Rev., OX (1819)
s. of Emily Matilda].
b. at Kirton-in-Holland, Lincolnshire
c. 1828:07:31
Matric 1847:10MT: ;
BA 1851 ;
Tyrwhitt scholar 1852
Ord. deacon Norwich 1851:11:25 ;
Ord. priest 1852:11:21 ;
C.: Stiffkey and Morston, Norfolk 1852-6
C.: South Hetton, Co. Durham 1857-64
d. Disappears from Clergy List 1865
brother of Langton, Charles A. (1855)
4.
woman Emily Langton‏‎ #317‎
Born ‎± 1832 Weeting, Norfolk, England, died ‎1860‎, approximately 28 years, buried ‎1860 Plumstead, Norfolk, UK age 28
5.
man Robert Langton‏‎ #321
Born ‎1837 Runton Norfolk, England Q4 1837 Erpingham, died ‎1910‎, 72 or 73 years. Occupation:
6.
woman Louisa Langton‏‎ #322‎
Born ‎± 1841 Wickmere, Norfolk, England
Unm in 1891 in Devon
7.
woman Julia Matilda Langton‏‎ #323‎
Born ‎1845 Erpingham, Norfolk, UK, buried ‎1861 Plumstead, Norfolk, UK age 15
8.
man Charles Augustus Langton of Exmouth, Devon‏‎ #319‎
Born ‎25 Jul 1835 [07:25] Weeting, Norfolk, England, died ‎21 Jan 1904 Exmouth, Devon, England‎. Occupation:
?m Q3 1883 Newton Abbott?

Langton, Charles Augustus
Approx. lifespan: 1835–1904
pens. Gonville & Caius College adm1855:04:17
s. of College Wadham, Arthur Sch: Sch: Wadham, Rev., OX 1819,
R.: Matlaske, Norfolk, of Hempstead Holt, Norfolk
b. Weeting, Norfolk 1835:[07:25]
schools Sch: Huntingdon School Huntingdon, [ Huntingdonshire]
and Coventry, [ Warwickshire]
Matric 1855:10MT: ;
BA 1859 ;
MA 1864
For many years master of Stanmore House prep. School, Southport, Lancashire
Of Torquay, [ Devon] in1883,
and of The Gables, Exmouth, [ Devon] in1897
J.P.:
d. Exmouth, [ Devon] 1904:01:21
brother of Langton, Henry (1847)
(Venn, II. 324 and add.; The Times 1904:01:23)
9.
man Alfred Cecil Langton‏‎ #49620
Born ‎12 May 1839 Wickmere, Norfolk, England, died ‎after 1911‎, at least 72 years
Wenman, Alfred Cecil and Frederick Langton all owned property in the township of Watt, Muskoka, Ontario. Wenman owned two side-by-side lots, midway between Three Mile Lake and Skeleton Lake. Alfred Cecil owned two lots; one at the south-eastern edge of Watt, adjacent to neighbouring Stephenson township, and the other at the north-western edge of Watt, adjacent to neighbouring Cardwell township (on Rousseau Lake). Frederick owned one lakeside lot at the southern end of Camel Lake, not far from one of Alfred Cecil's lots.

Alfred Cecil also owned property in the neighbouring township of Cardwell, Muskoka, Ontario. This lot was end-to-end with his lakeside lot in Watt.

Frederick and his wife Harriet were married by the Rev. Thomas Ball, first incumbent at Bracebridge. Rev. Ball raised one thousand dollars to pay for a new church building, which opened on October 6th, 1872. It was at this time that the parish changed its name to St. Thomas's in honor of its first rector.
10.
man Frederick "Frederick David Langton" Langton‏‎ #49636
Born ‎19 Jun 1844 Hempstead Norfolk, England, died ‎26 Dec 1912 Mortlach, Saskatchewan, Canada‎, 68 years, buried ‎28 Dec 1912 Mortlach, Saskatchewan, Canada
Wenman, Alfred Cecil and Frederick Langton all owned property in the township of Watt, Muskoka, Ontario. Wenman owned two side-by-side lots, midway between Three Mile Lake and Skeleton Lake. Alfred Cecil owned two lots; one at the south-eastern edge of Watt, adjacent to neighbouring Stephenson township, and the other at the north-western edge of Watt, adjacent to neighbouring Cardwell township (on Rousseau Lake). Frederick owned one lakeside lot at the southern end of Camel Lake, not far from one of Alfred Cecil's lots.

Alfred Cecil also owned property in the neighbouring township of Cardwell, Muskoka, Ontario. This lot was end-to-end with his lakeside lot in Watt.

Frederick and his wife Harriet were married by the Rev. Thomas Ball, first incumbent at Bracebridge. Rev. Ball raised one thousand dollars to pay for a new church building, which opened on October 6th, 1872. It was at this time that the parish changed its name to St. Thomas's in honor of its first rector.
11.
man Wenman Langton‏‎ #49705
Born ‎2 Feb 1830 Weeting, Norfolk, England, died ‎4 Jan 1882 Watt, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada‎, 51 years, cause of death: Intestinal Tumour
Wenman, Alfred Cecil and Frederick Langton all owned property in the township of Watt, Muskoka, Ontario. Wenman owned two side-by-side lots, midway between Three Mile Lake and Skeleton Lake. Alfred Cecil owned two lots; one at the south-eastern edge of Watt, adjacent to neighbouring Stephenson township, and the other at the north-western edge of Watt, adjacent to neighbouring Cardwell township (on Rousseau Lake). Frederick owned one lakeside lot at the southern end of Camel Lake, not far from one of Alfred Cecil's lots.

Alfred Cecil also owned property in the neighbouring township of Cardwell, Muskoka, Ontario. This lot was end-to-end with his lakeside lot in Watt.

Frederick and his wife Harriet were married by the Rev. Thomas Ball, first incumbent at Bracebridge. Rev. Ball raised one thousand dollars to pay for a new church building, which opened on October 6th, 1872. It was at this time that the parish changed its name to St. Thomas's in honor of its first rector.