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"Abersoch mariners"

Capt Harry Parry, Uwchmynydd

(Center left beard and hat)


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"Llyn coal ship"

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"Sparling discharging at Abersoch"


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"Waiting for the tide"



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Capt Harry Parry from Aberdaron's schooner "Messenger" at Abersoch, he used to fill her up with sand and stay there over the winter, and come summer he would trade single handed around the Llyn, and as far as the Mersey. His only companion was his corgi "Prince". He was the great grandfather of Mr Edgar Morris, Ael y Bryn, Rhiw.

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A fine selection of the little ships that visited Abersoch.

With many thanks to Mr & Mrs Owen, for these beautiful images.



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