Edward F Langley
Declaration of Soldier for Pension
June 27, 1890

Pension Records
Nassau, Florida, Edward F. Langley, 21st Regiment Co A USCT., Captain M. E. Davis, Morris Island, Tucker, Evans & Manogue, Fernandina, James T O'Deill, Charles

Edward F. Langley, on June 27, 1890 he applied for a disability pension. He was 55 years old and had enrolled in the 21 USCT, Company A on June 13th, 1863. He served
under Captain M. E. Davis. He was honorably discharged on Morris Island SC on May 12, 1866. When he enrolled he was 28 years old, 5ft 10in. His hair was dark, his eyes
hazel. He served a total of 2 years eleven months. He was born on December 21 1835 and was 53 years old at the time of the filing. He was disabled by reason of disease of
lungs and eyes and yellow jaundice which he contracted during his above service. He is currently a carpenter. He lived in
Fernandina since June 1866. He had a wife and two

Witness Charles Williams and James T. O'Neil.
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