The Wokingham Paper - - VIEWPOINTS - With Jim Bell

The late Fred­er­ick Au­gus­tus Car­ring­ton, Esq., F.A.B., Recorder of Wokingham, who died on the 30th July, at the age of 58, was the only son of the late Rev. Caleb Car­ring­ton, for­merly vicar of Berke­ley, Glouces­ter­shire, by El­iz­a­beth, daugh­ter of Mr. Ed­ward Rawl­ins, of En­ford, Wilts.

He was born in 1801, was called to the bar at Lin­coln’s Inn in 1828, and for many years was a mem­ber of the Ox­ford cir­cuit.

He was ap­pointed in 1858 to the Recorder­ship of Wokingham, Berks, now va­cant by his de­cease.

We learn from the County Fam­i­lies that in 1858 he mar­ried Phillip­ina, only child and sole heiress of the late John Ban­ning Esq. Of Og­bourne St. Ge­orge, and Burbage, Wilts.

The de­ceased gentle­man was a Mag­is­trate for Wilt­shire, and a Deputy Lieutenant for Berk­shire and rep­re­sented an old Cheshire fam­ily of great re­spectabil­ity.

His es­tates pass to the rep­re­sen­ta­tive of his sis­ter, Mary who was mar­ried in 1826 to John Marklove, Esq. Of Lulling­worth House, Glouces­ter­shire, but died in 1849—Court News

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