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That is the main line. From what I know (which may or may not be correct) other Langton families come from that one, which has held the village since the early Middle AGes, if not before. I have a Heralds tree from the 1800s which lists all the males, with some of the women they married, but no dates before about 1500. SOme of the women are easily identifiable, others have tantalising surnames, and appear to be from quite important families in North England, but alas, not quite enough information to prove who they are. Am waiting on some info to come through that might help.