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Dr Paul Sydenham Carrington
Birth: May 5, 1827
Halifax County
Virginia, USA
Death: Feb. 7, 1896
Louisiana, USA

Paul was named after his uncle who lived at "Ridgeway" in Charlotte County, VA.

Married "Marcia", Mary M. Roy, 12/9/1857. She suffered the loss of her husband & daughter, Kate, within the same month.

During the war between the states, he served as Surgeon, Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, in charge of hospitals at Richmond and Lynchburg.

Appointed New Orleans Quarantine Inspector in 1878, and appointed to the same position in Morgan City 1890 - 1895. Inspector of the board of health.

The 1880 federal census lists his family in New Orleans as follows:
Mary M. - wife- 40 yrs
Phillip- son- 18
Sarah- daughter- 14
Mary B.- daughter- 3

Survived by his wife, a son, and two daughters.

SAR member #7829. 
Family links: 
  William Allen Carrington (1796 - 1829)
  Sarah Embra Scott Carrington (1800 - 1872)
  Marcia Roy Carrington (1835 - 1917)
  Kate A. Carrington (1868 - 1896)*
  Charles Scott Carrington (1820 - 1891)*
  William Fontaine Carrington (1822 - 1883)*
  Mildred Lightfoot Carrington Venable (1825 - 1845)*
  Catherine Lightfoot Carrington Thompson (1825 - 1893)*
  Paul Sydenham Carrington (1827 - 1896)
  Willie Ann Carrington (1829 - 1846)*
*Calculated relationship
Metairie Cemetery
New Orleans
Orleans Parish
Louisiana, USA
Plot: Army of N. Virginia tomb
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Originally Created by: Barbara Munson
Record added: May 29, 2011
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Dr Paul Sydenham Carrington
Added by: Barbara Munson
Dr Paul Sydenham Carrington
Added by: Barbara Munson
Dr Paul Sydenham Carrington
Added by: Barbara Munson
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: May. 6, 2014

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- Bobby and Carol Babin Estes
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