THE LATE RECORDER
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