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Langton, Simonlocked

(d. 1248)
  • Fred A. Cazel, Jr

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Langton, Simon (d. 1248), ecclesiastic and diplomat, was the youngest son of Henry Langton of Langton by Wragby, Lincolnshire, and brother of Archbishop Stephen Langton, who made him archdeacon of Canterbury. A third brother, Walter, inherited the family estate, but he was childless and on his death in 1234 his lands and debts fell to ...

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Canterbury and York Society
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