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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
Colonel H. A. Carrington, C. S. Army. [from the times-dispatch, Feb. 28, 1904.] A sketch of his life and services. By Colonel Geo. C. Cabell, late Lieutenant-Colonel 18th Virginia Infantry. Henry Alexander Carrington, son of Henry and LouHenry Alexander Carrington, son of Henry and Louisa Cabell Carrington, was born at Ingleside, Charlotte county, Va., on the 13th day of September, 1832. His ancestors on both sides had been distinguished in the annals of Virginia history. He was educated at the Virginia Military Institute and th
nea's, February 11, 1863.
It affords me much gratification to testify to the distinguished services of Lieutenant-Colonel Henry A. Carrington, of the 18th Virginia Volunteers, during our present war of independence.
He has served continuously f me of redeemed heroes.
At Charlotte Courthouse a camp of Confederate veterans was formed some years ago, and called H. A. Carrington Camp, C. V., in honor of Colonel Carrington, and a monument erected there since will aid to keep in grateful remembr