(c. 1555—1609) Church of England clergyman and private tutor
BIRD, Richard (Geoffrey Chapman) (born 1935)
Bird, Richard (d. 1609), Church of England clergyman and private tutor
 To: Richard Bird, in Coventry; Kendal, 5 June, 1712
MARTIN-BIRD, Richard Dawnay (1910 - 1992), DL; President, Yates Brothers Wine Lodges PLC, Manchester
BIRD, Richard (born 1950), Executive Director, UK Major Ports Group, 2007–14
BIRD, Richard Herries (born 1932), Deputy Secretary, Department of Education and Science, 1980–90
‘Bright Heir t' th' Bird Imperial’ Richard Lovelace's ‘The Falcon’ in Context
BIRD, (Colin) Richard (Bateman) (1933 - 2010), Minister Provincial, Third Order of the Society of St Francis (European Province), 2002–08
BIRD, Richard Simpson (born 1943), Professor of Computation, University of Oxford, 1996–2008; Fellow, Lincoln College, Oxford, since 1988
BIRDS, John Richard (born 1948), Professor of Commercial Law, University of Manchester, 2006–10, now Emeritus; Hon. Professor, University of Sheffield, since 2011
Amniote Paleobiology: Perspectives on the Evolution of Mammals, Birds, and Reptiles. Matthew T. Carrano, Timothy J. Gaudin, Richard W. Blob, and John R. Wible, editors.
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