Langley/Langlye/FitzLangley

Name origin: From early Anglo-Saxon lang, leah, meaning an extended meadow, pasture, or grassy field. The seat of the family was at Langley in the parish of Middleton, and at Agecroft in Lancashire.

Henry FitzLangley

b.abt.1366 of Maldon, Essex, England; s/o parents ukn

CHILDREN included:

  1. Alice FitzLangley b.1395 of Malden, Essex, England; d.1448 Malden, Essex, England bur.All Hallows Church, Malden, Essex, England; m.1417; Robert Darcy

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Edward Langley/Langlye

b.ca.1522 Sandy, Bedfordshire, England
d.abt.1572 England

CHILDREN included:

  1. Thomas Langley/Langlye

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Thomas Langley

b.1548 England
d.July 12, 1600 England
m.abt.1572 England, Ann ______
b.1522
d.July 29, 1595

CHILDREN included:

  1. Ann Langley b.1576 England chr.March 27, 1576 d.July 30, 1677 Salem, MA m.Oct. 20, 1611 England, Richard Ingersoll

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Richard Langley

b.1555 Ashrewsbury, England parents unk
m.(1)abt.1579 at Abbey, Ashrewsbury, England ukn

CHILDREN included:

  1. Mary Langley b.abt.1589 Abbey, Ashrewsbury, England d.June 22, 1675 Ipswich, MA m.abt.1598 Powick, Worcestershire, England John Severance

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