Thomas Langley came to and settled in Point Tupper in 1804 .
He was was born Ireland
ca 1753 (formerly Royal Irish Lancers 5th Regiment) came here with his two sons, ThomasJr. and John via Quebec. So maybe at some point Thomas and family lived in Quebec.
1811 census shows Thomas Langley Sr. as a Fisherman, Farmer having a family consisting
of 2 males between 14 and 60; 3
females bet 14 & 60; 7 males & females unmarried 2 males under 14; 2 females under 14 and 2 cattle
would show at least 7 children if he had a wife in 1811
In 1818 we have
*Thomas Langley Sr. age 65 born ca 1753 Irish came to Cape Breton in 1804 and was a Fisherman, Farmer married with 6 children (who were the 6 children)
also show we have to seek out at least 5 other children I do not have.
1818 census shows John and Thomas Jr. out on their own with families .
census Thomas Langley Jr. age 30 b ca 1788 Irish came to CB 1804 from Canada*Fisherman, married 5 children
census John Langley age 21 b ca 1797 Irish came to CB in 1804 from Quebec
fisherman married 1 child
Langley name seem to weave in and out of most Strait area families quite often so if your family is from this area there is
a strong chance you are related to the Langleys