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The villages of West Langton and East Langton lie on the southern slopes of the ridge, close to Church Langton; Thorpe Langton is at the eastern end, nearest to the river, and Tur Langton is on the western side of the ridge, north of Church Langton.
A field on Langton Caudle, (Footnote 77) which belongs to the manor-house farm and is now in the parish of Welham, used to be part of Thorpe Langton parish and was allotted to J. Roberts, the lord of the manor, at the inclosure of 1792.
In 1719 the house of Daniel Knight at Thorpe Langton was licensed as a meetingplace for dissenters.
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