1) (Langton, co. Leicester). Described by Burton to be engraved on the monument of Thomas de Langton, at Church Langton. The brisure by a bend denotes these arms to have belonged to a cadet of the family. Az. an eagle displ. with two heads or, a bend sa.
2) (West Langton, co. Leicester). Vair.
3) Visit 1567, the later Langtons, Barons of Newton. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, for Langton, ar. three chev. gu.; 2nd and 3rd, for Banastre, ar. a cross patonce sa. Crest—The head of a maiden affrontée couped below the shoulders ppr. vested gu. cap and necklace or.
4) The barony of Newton descended to the Fleetwoods by an heir female, temp. James I., on the death of Sir Thomas Langton, K.B. Through the Langtons of Broughton Tower, a younger branch of this family, are descended, William Langton, Esq., of Liverpool, Skinner Zachary Langton, Esq., of Barrow House, Derwentwater, and William Langton, Esq., of Manchester, who represent the three remaining branches of that family. Ar. three chev. gu. a canton vair. Crest—An eagle displ. with two heads vert, charged on the breast with a trefoil or. Motto—Loyal au mort.
5) (Baron of Newton, co. Lancaster. The first of this family who settled in co. Lancaster was John de Langeton, son of Robert de Langeton, lord of the manor of West Langton, co. Leicester; he bore for arms a shield vair, as appears by his seal; he m. Alesia, dau. of James Banastre, and sole heiress of his father, Sir Robert Banastre, Baron of Newton, and Lord of Walton-in-the-Dale, co. Lancaster; his brother, John de Langeton, was Bishop of Chichester, 1305-37, and Chancellor of England, d. 1337; Sir Robert de Langeton, Knt., son of John de Langeton, bore three chev. (the arms of Banastre) within a bordure vair, but Ralph de Langeton, Baron of Newton, grandson of Sir Robert de Langeton, abandoned the bordure, as appears by his seal, 1364. Ermine, three chevrons gules (the arms of Banastre) within a bordure vair.
6) (Broughton Tower, co. Lancaster; of the same lineage). Motto—Loyal au mort. Per pale ar. and or, three chev. gu. Crest—A talbot sejant reguard. sa. his ears ar., as allowed by William Eyley, Norroy, 25 June, 1657.
7) (co. Herts; Anne Langton, descended from co. York, m. Thomas Egerton, of London, Mercer. Visit. London, 1568). Ar. three chevronels gu.
8) (Winyard, co. Durham). Ar. a lion ramp. sa. a bordure engr. gu.
9) (Herton, co. Cumberland; James Langton was aged 63, 1591, sixth in descent from Sir Robert Langton, Knt., of Newton, temp. Richard II., the grandson of Sir Thomas Langton, of Walton, co. Lancaster. Visit. Cumberland, 1616). Ar. three chevronels gu. in dexter chief a fleur-de-lis sa.
10) (Lowe, in Hindley, co. Lancaster; descended from Sir Robert Langton, second son of the second Baron of Newton). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. an eagle displ. with two heads vert; 2nd and 3rd, ar. three chevronels gu. Crest—An eagle displ. as in the arms.
11) (Langtonwick, co. Berks). Quarterly, or and gu. a bend sa.
12) (Windsor, co. Berks). Or, a lion ramp. sa.
13) (Berwick). Ar. three leopards’ faces gu.
14) (Stephen Langton, Archbishop of Canterbury 1207-28). Per pale az. and gu. a bend ar.
15) (Walton, co. Chester). Ar. three chev. gu.
16) (Ledall, co. Lancaster). Ar. three chev. gu. Crest—A man’s head sidefaced ppr. hair flotant or, on his head a cap sa. turned up erminois, couped below the shoulders and in armour gu.
17) (Langton, co. Lincoln; a family long seated in that co.). Quarterly, sa. and or, a bend ar. Crest—An eagle or, and wivern vert, their necks entwined reguard.
18) (Stanton and Stanmore, co. Middlesex; granted 7 Dec. 1577). Az. two palets engr. betw. three fleurs-de-lis in chief or. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet gu. a demi lion ramp. or, holding in the paws a battle axe ar.
19) (Hudleston, temp, Henry VI.). Az. a chev. erm. betw. three lions ramp. or.
20) Or, on a cross quarterly az. and gu. five roses ar.
21) Ar. a chev. betw. three leopards’ faccs vert.
22) Ar. a chev. betw. three cinquefoils gu.
23) Ar. a chev. sa. betw. three lizards vert.
24) Per fesse or and az. a cross moline gu. over it a bend sa.
25) Or, six annulets sa. three, two, and one.
26) Quarterly, or and az. a cross flory gu.
27) Per pale or and az. a cross flory gu. (another, moline gu. over all a bend sa.)
28) Or, a saltire gu.
29) Barry of six or and gu. a bend ar.
30) (Danganmore, co. Kilkenny; confirmed to Henry Michael Faustinous Langton, Esq., of Danganmore, son of Michael Theobald Langton, Esq., of Bath, by Mary, his wife, eldest dau. and coheiress of Jeremiah Ryan, of Newtown, co. Waterford). Motto—Sursum corda. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Langton, ar. three chevronels gu.; 2nd, Ryan, quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu. on a bend ar. six ears of rye sa., 2nd and 3rd, az. a chev. betw. three griffins’ heads erased ar.; 3rd, Comerford, az. a buglehorn ar. stringed gu. betw. three mullets or. Crest—A heart gu. betw. two wings ar.