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Brynley John "Jack" Parry (11 January 1924 – 20 January 2010) was a Welsh professional footballer. During his career he made almost 100 appearances for Swansea Town and 138 appearances for Ipswich Town between 1951 and 1955. Born in Wales in 1924, Jack married Edith and had 3 children. In his later years he moved to London and then Chelmsford as a bricklayer. Most notably, Parry 'topped off' the Natwest building in London. Parry had 6 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren all living around the Chelmsford area of Essex before his death in 2010.

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  • Brynley John Parry connu sous le nom de Jack Perry (né le 11 janvier 1924 à Pontardawe au Pays de Galles et mort le 20 janvier 2010) était un joueur de football gallois.
  • Brynley John ("Jack") Parry (Pontardawe, 11 januari 1924 – 20 januari 2010) was een Welsh voetballer, die speelde als doelman. Parry speelde bijna honderd wedstrijden voor Swansea City AFC en 138 voor Ipswich Town FC tussen 1951 en 1955. Hij speelde één interland voor Wales: op 21 oktober 1950 in de thuiswedstrijd tegen Schotland (1-3).
  • Brynley John "Jack" Parry (11 January 1924 – 20 January 2010) was a Welsh professional footballer. During his career he made almost 100 appearances for Swansea Town and 138 appearances for Ipswich Town between 1951 and 1955. Born in Wales in 1924, Jack married Edith and had 3 children. In his later years he moved to London and then Chelmsford as a bricklayer. Most notably, Parry 'topped off' the Natwest building in London. Parry had 6 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren all living around the Chelmsford area of Essex before his death in 2010.
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  • Brynley John Parry connu sous le nom de Jack Perry (né le 11 janvier 1924 à Pontardawe au Pays de Galles et mort le 20 janvier 2010) était un joueur de football gallois.
  • Brynley John ("Jack") Parry (Pontardawe, 11 januari 1924 – 20 januari 2010) was een Welsh voetballer, die speelde als doelman. Parry speelde bijna honderd wedstrijden voor Swansea City AFC en 138 voor Ipswich Town FC tussen 1951 en 1955. Hij speelde één interland voor Wales: op 21 oktober 1950 in de thuiswedstrijd tegen Schotland (1-3).
  • Brynley John "Jack" Parry (11 January 1924 – 20 January 2010) was a Welsh professional footballer. During his career he made almost 100 appearances for Swansea Town and 138 appearances for Ipswich Town between 1951 and 1955. Born in Wales in 1924, Jack married Edith and had 3 children. In his later years he moved to London and then Chelmsford as a bricklayer. Most notably, Parry 'topped off' the Natwest building in London. Parry had 6 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren all living around the Chelmsford area of Essex before his death in 2010.
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