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25th Arkansas Infantry (CSA)
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Name: Moses LangleyRank: Private Company: E

Langley, Moses Co. E, 25 ARK Inf. 1862 #442 Langley, Moses was Born: about 1812 in Hall County, Georgia. Served as a Pvt; in Co. E, of the 25th AR Inf He Served as a Teamster Died in Service: 1862 at Lauderdale Springs Lauderdale Confederate CSA Hospital Buried in Lauderdale Springs Cemetery located 1.5 mi SE of Lauderdale, MS Originally serviced in Company A,Turnbull's Battalion, 25th Arkansas Infantry Active at Jacksonport, Arkansas on the White River on 10 March 1862 with Major Phifer for a 12 month contract, But on 26 March 1862 he was moved over for extra service as a teamster. Teamsters were soldiers detailed from their regiments. They either drove the wagons attached to their own regiments and brigades, or were detached to drive the wagons belonging to the commissary, quartermaster, ordnance or medical departments. He died prior to final muster on 1 May 1862.

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