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John Parry

John Theodore PARRY (1888 – 1907) memorial plaque

John died of pericarditis at the age of 19 in his bed at Stoke House, Stoke Green, Stoke Poges. His french mother, Amelie Mathe Piguet Parry was by his bedside at the time. His father, Edward ‘Ted’ Hagarty Parry was Headmaster of the private boys preparatory school at Stoke House. John had been educated by his family and at Charterhouse school where he had played in many sports teams, including the 1st X1 football team (following in his father’s footsteps – Ted had played for England and Captained the Old Carthusians team to win the F.A. cup.)

John T. Parry in 1905-1906 Charterhouse school XI cricket team
Photo Credit: © Charterhouse School Archive – No use without written permission
Back left: John T. Parry Back right: his brother – Henry A.M. Parry
circa. mid’ 1880s at Stoke House.

Photo credit: Granddaughter of Henry Parry
Stoke House in the lateC20
Main entrance of Stoke House (early C20, prior to 1913)
Featuring member of the Parry family.

Photo credit: Granddaughter of Henry Parry
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