Langton (surname)

Langton is a surname and may refer to:

* Anne Langton
* Arthur Langton
* Baden Langton
* Brooke Langton
* Christopher Langton
* Daniel Langton
* David Langton
* Huw Lloyd Langton
* Jim Langton
* John Langton
* John Langton (Canadian politician)
* Marcia Langton
* Ray Langton, fictional character
* Simon Langton (archbishop), archbishop of York
* Simon Langton, founder of Simon Langton Grammar School
* Simon Langton (television director), television and film director
* Stephen Langton, archbishop of Canterbury
* Thomas Langton
* Walter Langton


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