Lt. (CSA), Abram Cabell Carrington

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Abram Cabell Carrington

Birthplace: Halifax, VA, United States
Death: June 30, 1862 (31) (killed in the Battle of Frasier's Farm)
Immediate Family:

Son of Paul Sydenham Carrington, III and Emma Catherine Carrington
Husband of Anne Cabell Read
Father of William Cabell Carrington; Clement Read Carrington; Paul S Carrington, II; Alexander Broadnax Carrington and Annie Lee Carrington
Brother of provost marshal (CSA), Isaac Howell Carrington; Robert Gamble Carrington; Dr. (CSA), William Allen Carrington; Rev. Alexander Broadnax Carrington and Captain (CSA), Edgar Wirt Carrington

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About Lt. (CSA), Abram Cabell Carrington

Lieut. Abram Carrington was born and raised on Ridgeway Plantation, Charlotte County, Virginia. He was the son of Paul Sydenham Carrington and Emma Catherine Cabell Carrington. He was killed near Richmond June 30, 1862 in the Battle of Frasier's Farm also known as The Battle of Glendale, VA June 30, 1862. He married Anne "Nannie" Cabell Carrington July 7, 1852. She was the daughter of Clement Read and Anne Mayo Watkins. Nannie and Abram had five children: William Cabell Carrington, Clement Read Carrington, Paul Sidney Carrington, Alexander Broadnax Carrington, Annie Lee Carrington.

Cabell family records state that Abram Cabell Carrington was originally buried at his family home, "Ridgeway Plantation" but later was moved to Farmville, Prince Edward County, Virginia. This was possibly done after the death of his wife, Nannie in 1893. They are buried together in Westview Cemetery.

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Lt. (CSA), Abram Cabell Carrington's Timeline

October 15, 1830
Halifax, VA, United States
November 13, 1853
July 12, 1855
July 22, 1859
June 30, 1862
Age 31
July 21, 1862