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Parry, Williamlocked

  • John Handby Thompson


Parry, William (1754–1819), Congregational minister and tutor, was born on 25 November 1754 at Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, where his father was a Baptist deacon. About 1760 the family moved to Stepney, Middlesex. Here, his first work was in the woollen trade, like his father, but in 1774, on the advice of the minister of the Congregational church at ...

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