(c. 1555—1609) Church of England clergyman and private tutor
Bird, Ven. Richard
Birds, Prof. John Richard
Bird, Richard Herries
Bird, Prof. Richard Simpson
Bird, Ven. (Colin) Richard (Bateman)
Martin-Bird, Col Sir Richard Dawnay
Bird, Sir Richard (Geoffrey Chapman)
 To: Richard Bird, in Coventry; Kendal, 5 June, 1712
‘Bright Heir t' th' Bird Imperial’ Richard Lovelace's ‘The Falcon’ in Context
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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