When wiring cells in parallel it doesn't matter what their individual capacities are, since they will be at the same voltage and so will charge and discharge together.
Matching capacities is more important when wiring cells in series, because the same charge goes through each cell so if one has lower capacity then it will charge and discharge faster. Lithium cells will be damaged (possibly leading to a fire) if the voltage goes too high or low due to over charge/discharge, and the charger may not be able to detect the over/under voltage of a single cell in the pack.
Another reason for measuring capacity before making up a pack is to check that the cells are in good health. 10% below nominal capacity may be normal manufacturing tolerance, but 30% is bad. At least 2 of your cells appear to be faulty, and another 4 are suspicious.