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Valerie Anne bird
Sandra Bird Cameron
Melbourne is home,but I would like to connect with related Birmingham Birds
I was a Proud Birmingham Bird, having migrated to Australia in 1952 at the age of 12 and subsequently moving to New Zealand in 1966. We didn't have much to do with Birds, as mothers tend to operate the correspondance and she was an East. I do however, know that my grandfather was a Midland Red bus driver having moved from being a hostler on some estate in the country, moving to motor driving from being a coachman ,and my father was born at 148 Grosvenor Street West Ladywood. We moved, towards the end of the war to 2/148 in the same Street, having been bombed out in the house where I was born in Greet ( another suberb which is just a name for me) Tell me about yourself ---Bob
Does anyone have a connection to the Birds of Massachusetts? First in Western Mass. then moved onto Boston.
how weired we all could be realated
Living in florida now....not too sure wherbe. my ancestors came from but this is a good start...
well so true as im an oldie and can sing and my we girl can sing beter than me
Sidonie Bird de la Coeur
Andrew is my uncle's name, so when I saw this I thought it was you Uncle Andrew! However, he doesn't have a daughter.
all the Birds are from Edmonton England area
I have Bird ancestors. They were from Huntingdonshire, moved north to Yorkshire, then south to London.
well ,the singing voice could be true ,my grandma was a singer,hey but that wasnt her maiden name, but looking like a bird - no so wrong. It came from the early bird catchers in the uk for selling and trade.