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JONES, (WILLIAM JOHN) PARRY (1891 -1963), singer ;
MORGAN, MORGAN PARRY (1876 -1964), minister of religion (CM) and powerful preacher ;
PARRY, ABEL JONES (1833 -1911), Baptist minister ;
PARRY, BLANCHE ( ap Harry , Aparry , Apparey , Apharrie and other forms (1507/8 -1590), Chief Gentlewoman of Queen Elizabeth's most honourable Privy Chamber and Keeper of Her Majesty's jewels .
PARRY, DAVID (1760 -1821), Calvinistic Methodist minister ;
PARRY, DAVID (1794 -1877), cleric ;
PARRY, DAVID (1682? -1714), scholar ;
PARRY,Sir DAVID HUGHES (1893 -1973),lawyer, jurist, university administrator .
PARRY, EDWARD (1798 -1854), publisher and antiquary ;
PARRY, EDWARD (1723 -1786),Methodist exhorter, poet and hymn-writer ;
PARRY, GEORGE (1613? -1678),cleric, and author of a Welsh metrical version of the Psalms ;
PARRY, GRIFFITH (1827 -1901),Calvinistic Methodist minister, and author .
PARRY, HENRY (1766? -1854), cleric and antiquary ;
PARRY, HUMPHREY ( c. 1772 -1809),schoolmaster, member of the Gwyneddigion and Cymreigyddion Societies of London ;
PARRY, IDRIS FREDERICK (1916 -2008),scholar of German literature, writer and broadcaster .
PARRY, JOHN (1770 -1820), poet ;
PARRY, JOHN (1775 -1846),Calvinistic Methodist minister, man of letters, and editor ;
PARRY, JOHN (1776 -1851 ; DWB , 736).
PARRY, JOHN (1835 -1897), leader of the Anti-tithe movement from1886 onwards;
PARRY, JOHN (1812 -1874),Calvinistic Methodist minister, college tutor, and editor ;
PARRY, JOHN HUMFFREYS or HUMPHREYS (1786 -1825), antiquary .
PARRY, JOSEPH (1744 -1826), painter and engraver ;
PARRY, JOSEPH (1841 -1903), musician .
PARRY, JOSHUA (1719 -1776),Nonconformist minister, and writer .
PARRY, MORRIS ( fl. 1661-1683), cleric and bard .
PARRY, OWEN HENRY ( HARRY PARRY ;1912 -1956), jazz musician ;
PARRY, RHISIART (1665? -1749), poet ;
PARRY, RICHARD (1560 -1623), bishop and biblical translator ;
PARRY, RICHARD (1710 -1763),poet, schoolmaster, and sexton , of Newborough, in Anglesey .
PARRY, ROBERT ( fl. 1810-1863), poet ;
PARRY, ROBERT ( fl. 1540?-1612?), author and diarist ;
PARRY, ROBERT IFOR (1908 -1975), minister (Cong.) and school teacher .
PARRY, ROBERT WILLIAMS (1884 -1956),poet, univ. lecturer .
PARRY, SARAH WINIFRED (‘ Winnie Parry ’;1870 -1953),writer, and ed. of Cymru'r Plant from 1908 to 1912 .
PARRY, THOMAS (d.1709), minister with the Particular Baptists
PARRY,Sir THOMAS (d.1560), courtier ,
PARRY,Sir THOMAS (1904 -1985),scholar, Librarian of the National Library of Wales, University Principal, poet .
PARRY, WILLIAM (1743 -1791), portrait-painter ;
PARRY, WILLIAM (1754 -1819),Independent minister and tutor, and author ;
PARRY, WILLIAM (1719 -1775?),civil servant, secretary of the first Cymmrodorion Society ;
PARRY, WILLIAM (d.1585), Roman Catholic conspirator ,
PARRY, WILLIAM JOHN (1842 -1927),Labour leader, and author ;
PARRY-WILLIAMS, AMY (1910 -1988), singer and author .
PARRY-WILLIAMS, DAVID EWART (1900 -1996), musician .
PARRY-WILLIAMS, HENRY (1858 -1925), schoolmaster and poet ;
PARRY-WILLIAMS,Sir THOMAS HERBERT (1887 -1975), author and scholar .
PERRI (or PARRY ), HENRY (1560/1 -1617 ) ofMaes Glas (Greenfield), Flints.