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Parry, Charles Hubert Hastings.
Mus.Doc., 1883.
Adm. at TRINITY, Feb. 19, 1883. [2nd] s. of Thomas Gambier (1833), of Highnam Court, Gloucs., 24, Upper Phillimore Place, London, and Knight's Croft, Rustington, Sussex (and Anna M. I., dau. of Henry Fynes-Clinton, of Welwyn, Herts.).
B. [Feb. 27, 1848], at Bournemouth.
School, Eton.
Matric. from Exeter College, Oxford, 1867; B.Mus. (Oxford) 1867; B.A. (Oxford) 1870; D.Mus. and M.A. (Oxford) 1884.
Choragus of Oxford University, 1886.
Professor at the Royal College of Music, 1883; Director, 1895.
Mus.D. 1891, Dublin.
Professor of Music at Oxford, 1899.
Knighted, 1898.
Created Bart., 1902.
Married, June 25, 1872, Lady Elizabeth Maud, dau. of Stanley, 14th Earl of Pembroke, and had issue.
Died Oct. 7, 1918, at Rustington, when the title became extinct; buried in the crypt of St Paul's Cathedral.
(Al. Oxon.; Burke, P. and B.; Who was Who; D.N.B.; Etoniana.)
Charles Hubert Hastings PARRY
Approx. lifespan: 1848–1918
Hon. Mus.Doc. 1883
Adm Trinity College 1883:02:19
2nd s. of Thomas GAMBIER (1833), of Highnam Court,Gloucester, 24 Upper Phillimore Place, Upper Phillimore, London , , and Knight's Croft, Rustington, Sussex , (and Anna M. I. FYNES-CLINTON dau. of Henry FYNES-CLINTON, of Welwyn, Hertfordshire , .)
b. Bournemouth, [Hampshire], 1848:02:27
Sch: Eton
Matric. from 1867
BMus(Oxford) 1867
BA(Oxford) 1870
DMus 1884
MA(Oxford) 1884
Choragus of OX, [Oxfordshire], University 1886
Professor at: : Sch: Royal College of Music [London], ???, 1883
Director: 1895
Hon. MusD(Dublin) 1891
Professor of Music at: : OX, [Oxfordshire], 1899
Knighted 1898
Created Bart. 1902
m. 1872:06:25,Lady Elizabeth Maud dau. of Stanley, 14th Earl of Pembroke
had issue
Publ.: Composer.
d. Rustington, [Sussex], 1918:10:07,when the title became extinct
buried in the crypt of St Paul's Cathedral, [London],
( Al. Oxon. ; Burke, P. and B.; Who was Who; D.N.B.; Etoniana .)
Parry ( post Okeden), David Okeden
Approx. lifespan: 1774–1833
pens. aged 18 Trinity College adm1792:10:27
Only surviving] s. of Major: David 20th Regiment
Governor of: Barbados , , of Bath, [Somerset], (and Jane OKEDEN dau. of Edmund OKEDEN )
Sch: Richmond School Richmond, North Riding of Yorkshire ,
Matric 1795:10MT:
Of Moor Critchell, Dorset ,
Assumed the name of Okeden in compliance with the will of his maternal grandfather who had died in1776
m. (1) 1796:10:18 Mary HARRIS dau. of Rev. John HARRIS, of Sturminster Marshall, [Dorset],
m. (2) 1817:12:26
Harriet Jane, sister of Arthur Charles, 6th Earl of Essex; and had issue by both marriages.
d. 1833:10:28
(Burke, L.G. ; C. R. Hudleston.)