Edward Langworthy

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Edward Langworthy (1738-November 2, 1802) was a delegate to the Continental Congress from the state of Georgia. An orphan, he later became an instructor at the Bethesda Orphan House, where he had grown up. A member of the Continental Congress from 1777-1779, Bartlett was also a signer of the Articles of Confederation.[1]