Hey, Joel. A number of us, including prominent UK genealogist Rex Johnston, have prepared the definitive Langton of Langton by spilsby Lincolnshire UK descent. We have taken it beyond the descent in Burke'slanded Gentry, to a Robert of Sempringham, who was given the manor in the early 12th century by Hugh d'Avranches, nephew of the conqueror. It is quite possible that Robert was one of Hugh's many natural children, as he tended to give those he recognised lands. The Langtons have held Langton since then and still hold it. The present incumbent is Lady Diana Langton-Douglas. Now, does Cardinal Stephen fit into the tree? I think so, but cannot prove it, as younger sons are not mentioned on the early documents accessed by the heraldic visits. (By the way, there are two trees doing the rounds. The one most quoted is wrong, Burke's is correct) My educated guess is that Stephen's father, Henry of Langton by Wragby, (Wikipedia is wrong here) was a younger brother of one of the early Langtons of Langton by Spilsby. Henry had several sons: Stephen, Simon (also a cleric) and one more, (I think) William, who failed to produce an heir, despite taking a young bride late in life. So the Wragby Langtons died out in any case. Hope this helps Cheers.