Fay Lyonel Parr

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Fay Lyonel Parr was born in 1913 on Spotswood Street next to the Governor's Palace in Williamsburg, Virginia and is one of Williamsburg's oldest residents. She was a journalist with the Daily Press and also an editor with the Napa Daily Record in California, and has written stories about many of the people and places she loved.

Fay was married to James Erwin Dula in 1929, to Macbaeth Danel Dula in 1960 in Vallejo, California and Harold Hudson Fox in 1972.

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