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Offline Voirrey M

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Re: Completely Stuck - Please Help
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 09 September 08 18:10 BST (UK) »
The  census   entries  for  Scotland ,  England   &   Wales  show   many   Parrys  born  in  all   regions  of

Ireland.

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Re: Completely Stuck - Please Help
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 30 September 08 18:59 BST (UK) »
Hi Again

Im still having no luck so have gone back to what i do know from census returns and he doesn't give his year of birth consistency...they are as follows

1841 Wales Census = 1816
1851 Wales Census = 1813
1861 Wales Census = 1810
1871 England Census = 1805

Do you know of any Parry's on the Island between these times?? *clutching at straws*

Thanks in advance
RICE PRICE PARRY originally OWEN - Isle of Man, Holywell, Bradford & dissapeared!

Davies, Mold
Poulston, Denbighshire
Wright, Mold & Hawarden
Roberts, Flintshire
Darlington, Cheshire, Flintshire
Parry, Flintshire
Ellis, Buckley & Chester

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Re: Completely Stuck - Please Help
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 30 September 08 20:01 BST (UK) »
Go   to   www.iomfhs.im                                                  Click  on    RESEARCH  on   home   page   &  you

can  search  for   Parrys   there.

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Re: Completely Stuck - Please Help
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 30 September 08 20:15 BST (UK) »
Thanks Voirrey, i've already looked there ... but the entries are too late.
RICE PRICE PARRY originally OWEN - Isle of Man, Holywell, Bradford & dissapeared!

Davies, Mold
Poulston, Denbighshire
Wright, Mold & Hawarden
Roberts, Flintshire
Darlington, Cheshire, Flintshire
Parry, Flintshire
Ellis, Buckley & Chester

I also run the STEERS One Name Study and am registered with the Guild of One Name Studies

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Re: Completely Stuck - Please Help
« Reply #13 on: Tuesday 30 September 08 22:33 BST (UK) »
Parry  was   a  very  unusual  surname  here. A  simple  surname  search  in  1841   shows  one  15  yr.  old
servant/  1851   a  female   headteacher  &   2   female   Parrys  &   1861   only  one --  a   Charles   Parry
age  20 /  a  lodger  / in   Castle  Street ,  Peel  town  in  German  parish/   a   slate   quarrier  born   Wales  along   with   2   other  Welsh  colleagues.

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Re: Completely Stuck - Please Help
« Reply #14 on: Wednesday 01 October 08 09:23 BST (UK) »
I have 9 parry's and one perry (I wouldn't try to distinguish them given Manx prononciation) in the 1841c (tho one - benjamin ) was I think counted twice - family of james perry + judith quirk in Peel + that of Saml Perry + ann morrison in German  (tho saml wasn't at home that night) + the couple of odd ones (eleanor welsh born servant)
any thing with a Manx Connection

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Re: Completely Stuck - Please Help
« Reply #15 on: Thursday 04 April 19 22:11 BST (UK) »
Just been reading around as I’ve been looking for Parry in Holyhead, after reading this thread I noticed on the next page to my find on Probates, that’s there is a reference to a John Parry and his probate/will of 27 August 1860, late of the Isle of Man in the parish of Llanfaethle, Anglesey. Farmer deceased who died about 7 March 1860 on the Isle of Man. Will granted at Bangor to Mary Parry (Widow the relict) of Isle of Man..etc.

I hope this might be some use in attaching some Anglesey Parry’s to the Isle of Man Parry’s you search for.

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Re: Completely Stuck - Please Help
« Reply #16 on: Friday 05 April 19 08:06 BST (UK) »
Thanks, I'll check it out.

Carole
RICE PRICE PARRY originally OWEN - Isle of Man, Holywell, Bradford & dissapeared!

Davies, Mold
Poulston, Denbighshire
Wright, Mold & Hawarden
Roberts, Flintshire
Darlington, Cheshire, Flintshire
Parry, Flintshire
Ellis, Buckley & Chester

I also run the STEERS One Name Study and am registered with the Guild of One Name Studies