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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) Sa. on a fesse betw. two cinquefoils in chief ar. And on a mount in base three oak sprigs vert, acorned or, the text letters A, B, C, D, E, F, of the field. Crest—Three oak sprigs acorned.
2) Per pale sa. and or, a chief dancettée ar. Crest—On a chapeau az. turned up ar. a cock gu.
3) (Morisland, Scotland, 1672). Per pale engr. ar. and sa. a chief indented counterchanged. Motto—Honeste.
4) Az. three piles in chief ar.
5) Per pale ar. and sa. a chief indented counterchanged.

Origin, Meaning, Family History and Lang Coat of Arms and Family Crest

Meaning, Origin, Etymology
The Lang surname is derived from an Old English nickname ‘the lang’ ‘the long’ ‘the tall’ in the English and Scandinavian countries.  In Northern England and Scotland it is a form of Long. (German, English, Scottish) The tall man. Lang is a surname of Germanic origin, closely related to Lange, Laing and Long, all of which mean “tall”.  Independently of this, it is also a surname of Manchu-Chinese origin (Chinese: 郎; pinyin: Láng). In Qing dynasty China, the Niohuru family of Manchu origin sinicized and changed their family name to Lang (郎), which sounded like “wolf” (狼, also Láng) in Mandarin Chinese, since “wolf” in the Manchu language was niohuru.  Lang may also have originated as a Hungarian surname, from láng, meaning “flame,” perhaps a descriptive name for a passionate individual, or for someone who worked with fire, such as a blacksmith.  This name has a number of origins and can be of Scandinavian, Scottish and Irish origin. When of Scottish origin the families are a branch of the Scottish clan Leslie with the name being on record in Edinburgh from the year 146.  It is sometimes used in Kintyre as a curtailed form of the name Loynachan. When from Scandinavia it is of descriptive origin, describing a tall person and possibly from the old word ‘lang’ meaning tall. In Ireland some bearers of the name Lang can be derived from the Gaelic O’Lainn sept whose native name was also anglicized as Lyng and Ling.  When Gaelic names were anglicized during the 16th and 17th centuries they were often changed to Anglo equivalents that sounded most like their original Gaelic name. It is also possible that some Langs may be of the O’Longain sept in Ireland, but were more often changed to Long and Langan. The Lang surname is also found in China, adopted by descendants of the founder of Lang City in the state of Lu.

Spelling Variations
Lang, Lange, Laing, Layng, Laing, Langer, Lung, Lunge, Lyng

Popularity & Geographic Distribution
The last name Lang ranks 710th in popularity worldwide as of the 2014 Census and approximately 755,653 people carry the Lang surname worldwide. The name ranks particularly high in the following six states:  California, New York, Florida, Texas, Pennsylvania and Illinois. It ranks highest in the following countries: China (392,903), Germany (112,300), United States (83,122), Vietnam (34,490), Austria (16,076), South Sudan (12,154)

Early Bearers of Surname
Aetheric thes langa in Old English charters as early as 972 A.D
Aetheric thes langa” (Cartularium Saxanicum, 1130
Eadweard se langa” (Battle of Maldon, 1273
William Lange of the county of Berewyke rendered homage in 1296
Adam Lang was one of an inquest on lands in Aberdeen in 1341
Walter Lang appears as a burgess of Edinburgh in 1381 and 1392
Willelmus Lange witnessed an instrument of concord between the bishop of Aberdeen and John de Forbes dominus ejusdem in 1391
Robert Lang was chaplain to Duncan, earl of Lennox between 1394—98
Wilham Lang was rector of the church of Turreve (Turriff) in 1408
Thomas Lang was bailie of the abbot of Holyrood in 1457
William Lang appears in Brechin in 1435
Thomas Lange in Elenehall was a charter witness in 1580
John Lang was freeman of the Craft of Taylors there in 1650
Ricardus Lang, 1379: Poll Tax of Yorkshire.
Hamo le Lang, c. 1300. Writs of Parliament.
John le Lange. Calendarium Genealogicum.
Richard le Lange, Somerset, 1 Edward III: Kirby’s Quest.
Ricardus Lang, 1379: Poll Tax of Yorkshire.
Ellis Lange, brought home from Tyborne’: St. James, Clerkenwell buried in 1639

History, Genealogy & Ancestry
LANG, Sir John Gerald, K.C.B. (1947), C.B. (1946); educ. Aske’s Haberdashers Scho.; 2nd Div, Clerk, Admiralty, 1914, Assist Prin. 1930, Prin 1935, Assist. Sec. 1939, Prin. Assist. Sec 1942, Under Sec. 1946, Perm. Sec. 1947; Served in World War I 1914-18 as Lieut. R.M. Art.; born 20 Dec 1896, son of late George Lang, of Glasgow, married 5 Sept 1922, Emilie Jane, daughter of late Henry S. Goddard, of Eastbourne, and has issue; Kathleen Wendy.  Address – Rest Harrow, Downs Way, Tadworth, Surrey. Clubs – Royal Automobile; United Service.
LAING OF THORNHILL AND ETAL MANOR. – Laing, James, Esq. of Etal Manor, Northumberland, and Thornhill, County, Durham, J.P. and D.L., born 11 Jan. 1823; married 1st in 1847, Mary, 4th daughter of Henry Tanner, Esq., and had by her 1) Philip Henry born 1849  2) Mary married 1873, Edward Featherstonhaugh, Esq. Mr. Laing married 2ndly in 1855, Theresa Talbot, 8th daughter of the late Thomas Peacock, Esq. of Marianne, his wife, daughter of Michael Bryan, Esq., author of The Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, and Juliana Talbot, his wife, sister of Charles, 15th Earl of Shrewsbury.  By her he has issue, 1) Arthur born 1856; married 1882 Jean a niece of Rev. William Scott Moncrieff of Fossoway, Perthshire, and has issue, Colin Moncrieff. 2) James born 1858; married 1886, Emily Cecilia, daughter of Thomas Elliot Harrison, Esq. of Whitburn, Sunderland, and has issue 3) George born 1866; married 1880, Annie Mulholland, 3rd daughter of Rev. Henry Stobart, of Wykeham Rise, Totteridge.  4) Hugh born 1871 5) Mabel Talbot 6) Annie, died in infancy 7) Florence Talbot married 1882, Major Alwyn B.V. Paget, 68th Light Infantry, 4th son of Col. Leopold-Grimston Paget, and has a son, Rupert-Alwyn born Dec. 1882. 8) Theresa Talbot 9) Mabel Talbot 10) Maud Talbot 11) Sophia Talbot married 28 July 1891, Percival Charles du Sautoy Leather, Esq. of Northumberland Estate, Ceylon, second son of John T. Leather, Esq. of Leventhorpe Hall, Yorkshire, and Middleton Hall, County, Northumberland, and has issue.  12) Margaret Dunbar married June 1891, Alfred Stokes, Esq. Capt. R.H.A. 13) Eleanor Stepney 14) Louisa Harcourt. Mr. Laing has from early manhood taken an active interest in the improvement of the Port of Sunderland. He has served on the River Wear Commission for more than thirty years, and has been Chairman since 1868. In 1883 he was chosen President of the Chamber of Shipping of the United Kingdom. In 1879 he filled the office of High Sheriff of the County of Durham, and in 1881 contested unsuccessfully its representation.  Lineage ~ Philip Laing, Esq. of Deptford House, County, Durham, J.P., youngest son of James and Sophia Laing, of Pittenweem, County, Fife, entered into partnership with his brother the great ship-building firm of John and Philip Laing. The elder brother retired in 1818, and the younger became the sole possessor of the property at Deptford and proprietor of the works that have since acquired world-wide reputation. He died in 1854, leaving by Anne, his wife, who died the same year, one son and two daughters. 1) James now of Thornhill and Etal Manor  2) Mary married 14 Aug. 1839, Christopher Maling Webster, Esq. of Pallion Hall, County, Durham. 3) Anne married 22 Oct. 1850, Henry Robert Webster, Esq. of Morton House, County, Durham. Arms ~ Per pale arg. and sa. two wolves’ heads erased, on a chief nebuly a wolf’s head erased all counterchanged. Crest ~ In front of a demi-catherine wheel sa, a dove holding in the beak two sprigs of olive slipped ppr. Seats ~ Thornhill, Sunderland; and Etal Manor, Cornhill, Northumberland.

Early American Immigration and New World Settlers
Robert Lang, who settled in Charlestown, Massachusetts in 1620
Abm Lang, who arrived in New York in 1709
Eke Lang, who arrived in New York in 1709
Hans Wolf Lang, who landed in New York in 1709
Johan Lang, who arrived in New York in 1709
Morits Lang, who landed in New York in 1709
Nathaniel Lang, aged 36, who arrived in New York in 1812
Ob Lang, who arrived in New Hampshire in 1812
Oh Lang, who landed in Virginia in 1812
Abraham Lang, who landed in Allegany (Allegheny) County, Pennsylvania in 1812
Beltran Lang, who arrived in Puerto Rico in 1816
Lina Lang, who arrived in America in 1934

Mottoes
Firm.
Labor omnia superat. Labour conquers all things.
Mercy is my desire.
Une stay.
Vigilance.

Grantees
Laing to Oldham, . . . ., of Hatherleigh, co. Devon ; Caynham, Shropsh. ; and Haydon, co. Somerset, [1830] Vol. XXXVIII, fol. 118.
Laing„ to Wolryche-Whitmore, . . . ., M.A., of Dudmaston, Shropsh., and The Mythe, co. Glouc, [1864] Vol. LV, fol. 270.
Laing, Sir James Thornhill, of Sunderland, co. Durham, 1885, Vol. LXIII, fol. 23.

Notables
Alfred Lang (1921-1941), German Matrosengefreiter who served aboard the German Battleship Bismarck during World War II when it was sunk heading to France; he died in the sinking
Amanda Lang (born 1970), Canadian journalist
Andrew Lang (1844–1912), Scottish collector of folk and fairy tales
Andrew Lang, (born 1966), American basketball player
Annie Traquair Lang (1885–1918), American impressionist painter
Anton Lang (1875–1938), German potter and actor
Anton Lang (b. 1913), American plant physiologist, and winner of many awards
Anton Lang, American natural scientist
Archibald Lang (fl. 1880), Scottish international football player
Archie Lang (1920-2016), American actor, known for General Hospital (1963), Blow Out (1981) and Dream Lover (1993)
Archie Lang, Canadian politician
Arnold Lang (1855-1914), Swiss naturalist
Belinda Lang (born 1955), English actress
Ben Lang (1870–1960), American politician
Brigadier-General John Walton Lang (1883-1967), American Military Attaché to Argentina (1941-1945)
Cosmo Lang (1864–1945), Archbishop of Canterbury
Craig Sellar Lang (1891–1971), British-domiciled organist, music teacher, and composer
Czesław Lang (born 1955), Polish road racing cyclist and Tour de Pologne director
David Lang (1838–1917), Confederate States Army officer during the American Civil War
David Lang (1967–2005), football running back in the National Football League
David Lang (b. 1957), American composer awarded the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Music
David Lang (born 1957), American composer, Pulitzer Prize winner
David Marshall Lang (1924–1991), British historian
Don Lang (musician) (1925–1992), English singer
Eddie Lang (1902–1933), American jazz guitarist
Eric M. Lang, game designer
Eugene Lang (1919–2017), American businessman and philanthropist
Eugene Michael “Gene” Lang (1919-2017), American businessman who founded REFAC Technology Development Corporation in 1951 and later a noted philanthropist, creator of I Have A Dream Foundation in 1981, awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Bill Clinton in 1996
Eva Lang (born 1947), German economist
Fritz Lang (1890-1976), Austrian/American film director
Fritz Lang (1890–1976), Austrian film director
Glen Lang, American businessman and politician
Harold Lang, American ballet dancer
Hedi Lang (1931–2004), Swiss politician
Herbert H. Lang (1921–2006), American historian
Hermann Lang (1909–1987), German race car driver
Ian Lang (born 1940), Scottish politician
Ivana Lang (1912–1982), Croatian composer, pianist and piano teacher
Jack Lang (1876–1975), Australian politician
Jack Lang (French politician) (born 1939), French politician
Jeff Lang (born 1969), Australian songwriter, singer and slide guitarist
John Dunmore Lang (1799–1878), Australian publicist and politician
John H. Lang, United States Navy
John Lang (1794–?), United States Navy sailor
John Lang (1816–1864), Australian was said to be the first Australian-born novelist
John Lang (1839–1921), political figure and farmer in Ontario
John Lang (born 1950), Australian coach and former player of rugby league in Australia
Jonny Lang (born 1981), American blues guitarist
Joseph L. Lang, American fighter pilot and flying ace in the U.S. Army Air Forces, during World War II, credited with 7.83 aerial victories
Josephine Lang (1815–1880), German composer
K.D. lang (born 1961), Canadian singer-songwriter
Kara Lang (born 1986), Canadian female soccer player
Karl Georg Herman Lang (1901-1976), Swedish naturalist
Katherine Kelly Lang (born 1961), American actress
Kirsty Lang (born 1962), British broadcaster and journalist
Klaus Lang (born 1971), Austrian composer
Kris Lang (born 1979), American basketball player
Lang Jingshan, Chinese photographer
Lang Lang (born 1982), Chinese pianist
Lang Ping (born 1960), Chinese former volleyball player and coach
Lang Shining (1688–1766), Chinese name of Giuseppe Castiglione, Italian Jesuit Brother
Lang Zheng (born 1986), Chinese footballer
Lex Lang (born 1965), American voice actor
Margie Lang (1924–2007), All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player
Maria Lang, the pen name for Swedish crime novel writer Dagmar Lange (1914–1991)
Martin Lang (born 1949), American Olympic fencer
Martin Lang (rugby league), Australian rugby league player
Michelle Lang (1975–2009), Canadian journalist
Mr. Benjamin Lang, British Seaman from United Kingdom who worked aboard the Empress of Ireland and survived the sinking
Mr. Fang Lang, aged 26, Chinese Third Class passenger from Hong Kong who sailed aboard the RMS Titanic and survived in the sinking in life boat 14
Mr. Fo  Lang, Chinese Assistant Cook aboard the SS Curaca from China who died in the explosion
Mr. Raymond A. Lang (1945-1996), from North Massapequa, New York, USA, American TWA crew member flying aboard flight TWA 800 from J.F.K. Airport, New York to Leonardo da Vinci Airport, Rome when the plane crashed after takeoff ; he died in the crash
Mrs. Lang, American passenger from Barrington, Illinois, USA, who flew aboard American Airlines Flight 191 and died in the crash
Otto Lang (born 1932), Canadian politician
Paul Henry Lang (b. 1901), Hungarian-born pianist who became editor of the “Musical Quarterly”
Pearl Lang (1921–2009), American dancer and choreographer
Peter Lang, Swiss publisher; see Peter Lang (publishing company)
Rein Lang (born 1957), Estonian politician
Rikard Lang (1913–1994), Croatian university professor, lawyer and economist
Robert J. Lang (born 1961), American origami artist and theorist
Robert Lang (actor) (1934–2004), English actor
Robert Lang (ice hockey) (born 1970), professional ice hockey player
Sebastian Lang (born 1979), German professional road cyclist
Serge Lang (1927-2005), French-born American mathematician awarded the Steele Prize for Mathematical Exposition in 1999
Serge Lang (skiing) (1920–1999), French journalist who founded the alpine skiing World Cup
Slobodan Lang (1945–2016), Croatian physician and politician
Stephen Lang (b. 1952), American actor and co-artistic director of the famed Actor’s Studio at its headquarters in New York City
Stephen Lang (born 1952), American film and theater actor
Steve Lang, former bassist for the Canadian rock bands April Wine and Mashmakhan
Steven Lang (footballer) (born 1987), Swiss football midfielder
Thomas Lang (born 1969), musician and drummer
Thomas Lang (singer), English singer and songwriter
Werner Lang (1922-1941), German Schreibergefreiter who served aboard the German Battleship Bismarck during World War II when it was sunk heading to France; he died in the sinking
Werner Lang (1922–2013), German engineer
Will Lang, Jr. (1914–1968), Bureau Head for TIME/LIFE Magazine

American Revolution Veterans
Benjamin Lang, New Hampshire, Rank of Corporal
Elisha Lang, Maryland, Rank of Private
George Lang, New Hampshire, Rank of Private
Gilbert Lang, New Hampshire, Rank of Private
Henry Lang, New Hampshire, Rank of Private
Henry Lang, New Hampshire, Rank of Private
James Lang, Connecticut, Rank of Private
James Lang, New York, Rank of Private
James Lang, Pennsylvania, Rank of Captain
Joseph Lang, Connecticut, Rank of Private
Leve Lang, Virginia, Rank of Private
Lowell Lang, New Hampshire, Rank of Private
Richard Lang, New Hampshire, Rank of Private
Robert Lang, New York, Rank of Quartermaster
Samuel Lang, New Hampshire, Rank of Private
Stephen Lang, New Hampshire, Rank of Private
William Lang, New Hampshire, Rank of Captain
William Lang, New Hampshire, Rank of Corporal
William Lang, Virginia, Rank of Private

Civil War Veterans
Aaron Lang, 33rd Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Abraham Lang, 1st Regiment, Indiana Heavy Artillery, Union, Indiana
Adam Lang, 71st Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Adison Lang, 25th Regiment, Virginia Infantry (Heck’s), Confederate, Virginia
Albert Lang, 33rd Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Duff’s Partisan Rangers), Confederate, Texas
Alexander Lang, 13th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry, Union, Wisconsin
Alpheus K. Lang, 7th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Alstorpheus W. Lang, 31st Regiment, Virginia Infantry, Confederate, Virginia
Alva C. Lang, 1st Regiment, Michigan Cavalry, Union, Michigan
Ameede Lang, 27th Regiment, Louisiana Infantry, Confederate, Louisiana
Andreas Lang, 24th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry, Union, Wisconsin
Andrew Lang, 82nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Anthony Lang, 21st Battalion, Virginia Infantry, Confederate, Virginia
Anton Lang, 1st Battalion, New York Light Artillery, Union, New York
Arthur L. Lang, 12th Independent Battery, Ohio Light Artillery, Union, Ohio
August Lang, 16th Regiment, Iowa Infantry, Union, Iowa
Augustus Lang, 9th Regiment, Michigan Infantry, Union, Michigan
Balthasar Lang, 4th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery (National Guard) (30 days, 1863), Union, New York
Benjamin Lang, 81st Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Benoit Lang, 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps, Union, Veteran Reserve Corps
Benton Lang, 22nd Regiment, Indiana Infantry, Union, Indiana
Boston Lang, 4th Regiment, Georgia Cavalry (Clinch’s), Confederate, Georgia
Byron Lang, 4th Regiment, Virginia Infantry, Confederate, Virginia
Caleb L. Lang, 1st Regiment, Maine Cavalry, Union, Maine
Carson Lang, 7th Regiment, Iowa Infantry, Union, Iowa
Charles Lang, 134th Regiment, Illinois Infantry (100 days, 1864), Union, Illinois
Christian Lang, 58th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Christopher Lang, 14th Regiment, Louisiana Infantry, Confederate, Louisiana
Claiborne Lang, 1st Regiment, Virginia Cavalry, Confederate, Virginia
Clark Lang, 4th Regiment, Confederate Infantry, Confederate, Confederate Troops
Cleopas Lang, 8th Regiment, Iowa Cavalry, Union, Iowa
Conrad Lang, 3rd Regiment, Arkansas Infantry, Confederate, Arkansas
Cornelius Lang, 32nd Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Daniel Lang, Backof’s Battalion, Missouri Artillery (3 months, 1861), Union, Missouri
Davidson Lang, 120th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Dominic Lang, 83rd Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Ebenezer Lang, 148th Regiment, Ohio Infantry (National Guard), Union, Ohio
Edgar Lang,  1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery, Union, New Hampshire
Edmund Lang, 7th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Confederate, North Carolina
Edward Lang, 1st Regiment, Florida Cavalry, Confederate, Florida
Emanuel Lang, 47th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Enoch Lang, Unassigned Veteran Reserve Corps, Union, Veteran Reserve Corps
Ephraim Lang, 11th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, Confederate, Alabama
Ezra Lang, 9th Regiment, Michigan Cavalry, Union, Michigan
Fark Lang, 164th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Ferdinand Lang, 1st Regiment, California Cavalry, Union, California
Floyd Lang, 4th Regiment, West Virginia Cavalry, Union, West Virginia
Francis Lang, 3rd Regiment, United States Colored Cavalry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Frantz Lang, 118th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Frederick Lang, 12th Regiment, Indiana Cavalry, Union, Indiana
Friedrich Lang, 165th Regiment, Ohio Infantry (National Guard), Union, Ohio
George Lang, 17th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, Confederate, Alabama
Gideon Lang, 23rd Regiment, Virginia Cavalry, Confederate, Virginia
Gilman L. Lang, 4th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry, Union, New Hampshire
Granville G. Lang, 6th Regiment, West Virginia Cavalry, Union, West Virginia
Gustavus Lang, 1st Regiment, Michigan Cavalry, Union, Michigan
Harman Lang, 12th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Harriet Lang, 23rd Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, Union, Massachusetts
Harrison Lang, 81st Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Heinrich Lang, 74th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Henry Lang, 61st Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Confederate, Georgia
Herman Lang, Independent Battery A, Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Union, Pennsylvania
Hillar Lang, 108th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Hiram Lang, 117th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Hugo Lang, 14th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army), Union, Union Regular Army
Hy Lang, 4th Regiment, European Brigade, Louisiana Militia, Confederate, Louisiana
Isaac Lang, 5th Regiment, Iowa Infantry, Union, Iowa
Isaiah Lang, 36th Regiment, Virginia Infantry (2nd Kanawha Infantry), Confederate, Virginia
Isham Lang, 76th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Jackson Lang, 24th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Union, Kentucky
Jacob Lang, 87th Regiment, Indiana Infantry, Union, Indiana
James Lang, 9th Regiment, Alabama Infantry,  Confederate, Alabama
Jean Lang, Confederate States Zouave Battalion, Louisiana, Confederate, Louisiana
Jefferson D. Lang, 5th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Confederate, Georgia
Jeptha A. Lang, 1st Regiment, Georgia Regulars, Confederate, Georgia
Jerome Lang, 55th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Jesse Lang, 10th Regiment, Florida Infantry, Confederate, Florida
Joad Lang, 4th Regiment, US Artillery (Regular Army), Union, Union Regular Army
Johann Lang, 5th Regiment, Missouri Infantry, Union, Missouri
John Lang, Owens’ Company, District of Columbia Cavalry (3 months, 1861), Union, District of Columbia
Joseph Lang, 1st Regiment, Mississippi Infantry (Patton’s) (Army of 10,000), Confederate, Mississippi
Joshua Lang, 2nd Regiment, United States Colored Cavalry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Julius Lang, Lyneman’s Company, Virginia Infantry (Herbig’s), Confederate, Virginia
Justice Lang, 11th Regiment, Missouri State Militia Cavalry, Union, Missouri
Lafayette Lang, Ham’s Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry, Confederate, Mississippi
Laurence Lang, 54th Regiment, New York Infantry National Guard (100 days, 1864), Union, New York
Lemuel Lang, 5th Regiment, Florida Infantry, Confederate, Florida
Leo Lang, 1st Regiment, New York Engineers,  Union, New York
Leonerd Lang, 45th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Leopold Lang, 19th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps, Union, Veteran Reserve Corps
Levi Lang, 1st Regiment, Florida Cavalry, Confederate, Florida
Lewis Lang, 23rd Regiment, Iowa Infantry, Union, Iowa
Lorenz Lang, 75th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Louis Lang, Sappers and Miners, CSA, Confederate, Confederate Troops
Lowell Y. Lang, 17th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry, Union, New Hampshire
Ludwig Lang, 19th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army), Union, Union Regular Army
Manger Lang , 3rd Regiment, United States Colored Cavalry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Mannon Lang, 59th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Mark W. Lang, 136th Regiment, Indiana Infantry (100 days, 1864), Union, Indiana
Martin Lang, 52nd Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Mason Lang, 19th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps, Union, Veteran Reserve Corps
Mat Lang, 70th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Mathias Lang, 24th Regiment, Illinois Infantry, Union, Illinois
Melville D. Lang, 62nd Regiment, Virginia Mounted Infantry, Confederate, Virginia
Michael Lang, 29th Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery, Union, New York
Mitchell Lang, 87th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry (New Organization), Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Montgomery T. Lang, 18th Battalion, Virginia Heavy Artillery, Confederate, Virginia
Moritz Lang, 38th Regiment, Iowa Infantry, Union, Iowa
Moses O. Lang, 6th Regiment, Iowa Cavalry, Union, Iowa
Nat G. Lang, 12th Battalion, Virginia Light Artillery, Confederate, Virginia
Nathaniel Lang, 121st Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Nelson Peter Lang, 15th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry, Union, Wisconsin
Nicolaus Lang, 17th Regiment, Missouri Infantry, Union, Missouri
Oliver P. Lang, 37th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry, Confederate, Mississippi
Oscar Lang, 40th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry (100 days, 1864), Union, Wisconsin
Otto Lang, 23rd Regiment, Connecticut Infantry, Union, Connecticut
Page Lang, 45th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Paisley Lang, 1st Regiment, Michigan Infantry, Union, Michigan
Patrick Lang, 16th Regiment, Maine Infantry, Union, Maine
Paul M. Lang, 84th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Peter Lang, 35th Regiment, Iowa Infantry, Union, Iowa
Philip Lang, 5th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry, Union, New Jersey
Piter Nelson Lang, 15th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry, Union, Wisconsin
Pleasant Lang, 93rd Regiment, Indiana Infantry, Union, Indiana
Randolph Lang, 5th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery, Union, New York
Rinhold Lang, 16th Regiment, Michigan Infantry, Union, Michigan
Robert Lang, 49th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, Confederate, Alabama
Roger Lang, 35th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Roland Lang, 151st Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Ruben Lang, 48th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, Confederate, Alabama
Samuel Lang, 3rd Regiment, United States Colored Cavalry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Sebastian Lang, 1st Regiment, West Virginia Light Artillery, Union, West Virginia
Sichtus Lang, 27th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Sidney Lang, 32nd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry, Confederate, Tennessee
Silas Lang, 192nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Simeon Lang, 35th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry, Confederate, Mississippi
Solomon Lang, 5th Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry, Union, Kentucky
Stephen Lang, 13th Regiment, Connecticut Infantry, Union, Connecticut
Sylvanus Lang, 23rd Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Thadeus Lang, 2nd Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Theobald Lang, 22nd Regiment, Illinois Infantry, Union, Illinois
Theodore F. Lang, 6th Regiment, West Virginia Cavalry, Union, West Virginia
Thomas Lang, 1st Regiment, Louisiana Infantry (Nelligan’s), Confederate, Louisiana
Timothy G. Lang, 5th Regiment, US Artillery (Regular Army), Union, Union Regular Army
Valentine Lang, 83rd Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Wade Lang, 9th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, Confederate, Alabama
Walter Lang, 4th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry, Union, New Jersey
Washington A. Lang, 62nd Regiment, Virginia Mounted Infantry, Confederate, Virginia
Wendelin Lang, 74th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Wesley W. Lang, 10th Regiment, Ohio Cavalry, Union, Ohio
Wiley Lang, 35th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry, Confederate, Mississippi
Wilhelm Lang, 19th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army), Union, Union Regular Army
William Lang, 51st Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Confederate, Georgia
Woodbury C. Lang, 3rd Regiment, Rhode Island Cavalry, Union, Rhode Island

Lang Coat of Arms Meaning

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