John de Langton
- Born: West Langton, Leicestershire, England
- Marriage: Joan Neville 712
- Died: After 1361, Walton, Lancashire, England 712,714
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 410
In the forty-second year of Edward III, 1368, John de Langton describes himself as "son of Robert de Lantone, knight of Hyndlegh." John de Langton made a grant of premises, which he had by gift of his father, Robert, and William de Orel, and which had belonged to William de Orel, in the territories of Newton. This deed, and others antecedent to it, has led to the conclusion that there had been a matrimonial alliance between the families of Lagnton and Orel.
~Memorials of the Family of Langton of Kilkenny, page 63
• Background Information. 714
John de Langton, son of Robert, had a grant from his father in 6 Edward III as well as in 25 Edward III (1349). He died sometime after 1361.
~Lancashire Inquisitions, p. 95
John married Joan Neville, daughter of Sir Robert de Neville and Margaret de la Pole.712 (Joan Neville was born in Hornby Castle, Lancashire, England.)