HCR diary 18.12.1820 at Aders "I went by particular desire to meet a Mr & Mrs Parry - He a wealthy merchant - she a fine and interesting woman - Aders' prints afforded us all entertainment"
                   21.12.1822 large party at Aders, Coleridge the star "The Parrys - I do not see why they were invited to meet C:"
                     13.2.1823 musical party at Aders  "Miss Flaxman & Miss Denman, the Parrys, Babingtons etc"
                     24.4.1823 re Mrs Aders history of 3 husbands "Mrs A: means to open herself to Mrs Parry, Miss Flaxman etc. etc"
                    14.4.1824 dined at Aders "Mr & Mrs Parry, Jameson and a number of Germans"
No clear identification yet of the Parrys. If they were old friends of Mrs Aders they may have been relations of the Parry who sent his poem on the battle of Trafalgar to John Raphael Smith in late 1805/early 1806 and who was "known" (or "nephew" - word hard to read) to Mrs Skepper (later Mrs Basil Montagu), see my Background Article "3 Wives, 3 Husbands Living". Since they don't seem to have featured in Robinson's diary after 1824 they may have been put off by Mrs Aders' confessions, or maybe like some of the possibles below, Mr Parry died soon after
                                                                       Possibles  1) William Parry will PCC 10.7.1826 merchant of 16 Montague Sq mentioned brother George, dau Mary Harriet, sons William Harvey, Joseph Martin,. Patrick, Sidney, Frederick John, dated 21.6.1826. He had married Harriet Harvey on 3.5.1795 at Gt Stanmore Middlesex and she died 10.1.1843 at Sunninghill, Berks her will PCC 1843. The oldest son William Harvey Parry was at Trinity College Cambridge and Lincolns Inn and was called to the bar 1823, married Adelaide a Frenchwoman from Tours about 1824, and was living in Baden, Germany in 1842. The will PCC 1834 of the fourth son Sidney Parry, a Lieutenant in the Life Guards who drowned in the Serpentine, mentioned Charles Kurtz clergyman of Strasbourg, and so did the will of his mother Harriet, as well as leaving prints from the Munich gallery. George brother of William Parry will PCC 1833 of Egham Park had been in India where his children by his wife Lydia Anne were born in th 1790s, his eldest son George Frederick was at Trinity College Cambridge and Lincolns Inn and was called to the bar in 1821
                                                                                            2) Nicholas Segar Parry will PCC 1828 of Little Hadham, Herts mentioned wife Mary, daus Susannah & Mary, sons Segar, Henry & Nicholas. He was a sugar merchant at 4 Leman St 1783-1792 and died 7.1.1828 at Hertingfordbury, Herts age 68 or 69. He had married on 16.10.1788 at St Olave Hart St Mary Eburne and she died 17.3.1848 at 7, Portman Square her will PCC 1848
                                                                                            3) John Parry will PCC 25.6.1829 gent of Holles St, Cavendish Sq mentioned wife Harriet daus Selina Ann, Caroline Susannah, Clarissa Grace Howe. sons Lorenzo Joseph & John Augustus, dated 9.2.1829. He had married as bach age 34 at St George Hanover Sq on 22.5.1796 Harriet Howe sp age 24 botp, wits Joseph Howe, ? Ludgate. His widow died 6.9.1844 at 19 South Parade, Queens Elm, Chelsea age 71 her will PCC 1844 of Holles St, Cavendish Sq. The baptism record of John Augustus 1797 St Geo Han Sq gave his father's name as John Gilbrillh Parry and another of his sons was baptised there in 1802 as Sidney Gibralph Parry
                                                                                            4) John Parry will PCC 2.6.1831 of New North St, Red Lion Sq merchant mentioned wife Amy dated 26.3.1831. He had married Amy Lee at St Clement Danes on 10.11.1811 and was buried at St Clement Danes age 65