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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
ho were deeply distressed by their loss, Colonel Carrington relinquished the practice of law, and deis patriotism, in the spring of 1861. Colonel Carrington was opposed to secession, but when the dst from Charlotte county. In May, 1861, Colonel Carrington was commissioned by Governor Letcher lieer and a Southern patriot. Afterwards Colonel Carrington served with gallantry in every campaign,fore the battle of Second Manassas, when Colonel Carrington, his wound not yet healed, rejoined his through that great battle. Here, again, Colonel Carrington was severely wounded, and the command ofa, where, in the early winter of 1862-3, Colonel Carrington returned and resumed his command. ColonColonel Carrington was in command at Fredericksburg, and there, as he had ever done, acted well his part neral Burnside met disastrous defeat. Colonel Carrington commanded the 18th Virginia Regiment in 265 were killed, wounded and missing. Colonel Carrington was a number of times by his superior of[4 more...]