Categories: Parry Name Study.
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On 12 Jun 2016 at 11:43 GMT Drew (M) McClenaghan wrote:
When David (cousin) went to England, he collected a fair bit of info from Churches, Registries, the Pub etc. But more than likely, not 100% correct. He then with the help of his father, did an ancestory and descendant tree. So far it's been correct.
With regards to the names, I gave you, there maybe the possibility, that they slot into our tree somewhere, but I need a little more info, like a date, or sibling, parent, etc. Heres hoping.
What your saying makes sense, if there not connected, then no-one can see them, just me..
On 12 Jun 2016 at 10:53 GMT Drew (M) McClenaghan wrote:
Here they are,
Parry-958 and Parry-963
You might be able to fill in a few blanks, recognize the siblings or parents from somewhere, the dates, places, might ring a bell etc etc.
On 9 Jun 2016 at 04:14 GMT Drew (M) McClenaghan wrote:
Catherine Okeden, (Okeden-12 and Okeden-13) married David Parry (Parry-746). Her married name became Catherine Parry-Okeden. It may have been fashionable back then, to use your maiden name after your married name, perhaps either as a status symbol or a means to identify gentile. (pure guess).
They had an only child, called David, he carried on the tradition and was known as David Parry-Okeden (Parry-745).
I have left a message for Peter Parry Okeden, who is a direct relative of David Parry-Okeden, hopefully he can shed some light and some history on the use of the name.
These people also have an interest in the line as well;
On 8 Jun 2016 at 11:13 GMT Drew (M) McClenaghan wrote:
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On 14 Dec 2014 at 16:54 GMT Kitty (Cooper) Smith wrote:
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