Ernest William! Bird

(1862 - 1866)
     Ernest William! Bird was born in 1862 in Richmond, Victoria. He was the son of William Henry Bird and Emily Cole.
     Ernest died in 1866 in Richmond, Victoria.

Frank Bird

(1898 - April 1978)
     Frank Bird was born in 1898 in Leongatha, Victoria. He was the son of James Bird and Ada Jane Cotterell.
     Frank died in April 1978 in Yarram, Victoria. He was buried on 14 April 1978 in Yarram, Victoria.

Frederick Arthur Bird

(1897 - )
     Frederick Arthur Bird was born in 1897 in Leongatha, Victoria. He was the son of James Bird and Ada Jane Cotterell.

Frederick L Bird

(26 November 1891 - )
     Fred had a daughter Jean who married Mark Abrams and lives in London with their daughter Sarah.. Frederick L Bird was born on 26 November 1891 in New York, New York, USA.
     Frederick L Bird married Edna Anna Trull, daughter of William Evans Trull and Adelin Grace Hunken, on 29 April 1933 in Redding Center, Connecticut, USA.

Harriet Bird

(7 March 1858 - )
     Harriet Bird was christened on 7 March 1858 in Woolpit, Suffolk. She was the daughter of William Bird and Harriet Bullett.

Hector Charles Bird

(1901 - before 4 August 1972)
     Hector Charles Bird was born in 1901 in Leongatha, Victoria. He was the son of James Bird and Ada Jane Cotterell.
     Hector Charles Bird married Elizabeth Ann Eastaway, daughter of William Norman Eastaway and Ann Maria Cocksedge, in June 1924 in Victoria. They had another four children including Kristine's mother..
     Hector was registered as a butcher at Yarram, on the 1949 electoral roll.
     Hector died before 4 August 1972 in Parkville, Victoria. He was buried on 4 August 1972 in Yarram, Victoria.

Child of Hector Charles Bird and Elizabeth Ann Eastaway

Helen Alethea Bird

(1916 - 1916)
     Helen died in 1916 in Richmond, Victoria. She was born in 1916 in Carlton, Victoria. She was the daughter of Sydney Clarence Bird and Stella Ada Brine.

Henry Bird

(7 March 1858 - )
     Henry Bird was christened on 7 March 1858 in Woolpit, Suffolk. He was the son of William Bird and Harriet Bullett.

Henry Bird

     He was a tanner of Brentford, Middlesex according to his son's Admission papers dated 2 March & 1 April 1802..

Child of Henry Bird

Henry Arthur Bird

(1861 - 6 May 1949)
     Henry Arthur Bird was born in 1861 in Windsor, Victoria. He was the son of Alfred Paul Bird and Alethea Cole.
     Henry Arthur Bird married Amy Pope on 11 August 1894 in Adelaide, South Australia. She was the daughter of John Pope. The marriage was at the residence of Hamlet Turner Parkside.
     Henry died on 6 May 1949 in Hawthorne, South Australia.

Children of Henry Arthur Bird and Amy Pope

Henry Edward Bird

(1859 - 4 May 1937)
     Henry Edward Bird was born in 1859 in Windsor, Victoria. He was the son of William Henry Bird and Emily Cole.
     Henry Edward Bird married Frances Emma Morris on 19 July 1884 in Launceston, Tasmania.
     In William Henry Bird's will dated 5 February 1907 in 48 Chapel St, Windsor, Victoria, Henry Edward Bird was named as executor and an heir of the estate. He and William Henry Bird were listed in a directory dated 1909 at 48 Chapel Street, Prahran. William H Bird and his brother Henry E Bird valuator, estate & financial agent were listed at 48 Chapel St Windsor, opposite station. Henry Edward Bird was listed in a directory dated between 1911 and 1918 at 54 Vine Street, Prahran. Henry was an estate agent. He was the informant at the death of William Henry Bird, on 19 January 1916. Henry Edward Bird was an executor of William Henry Bird's estate on 14 December 1916 in Victoria. Henry Edward Bird was listed in a directory dated between 1919 and 1935 at 115 Wellington St, Prahran. In 1935 Henry E 113 Wellington St Prahran, but not there 1936.
     Henry died on 4 May 1937 in St Kilda, Victoria.

Child of Henry Edward Bird and Frances Emma Morris

Herbert John Hosie Bird

(3 September 1895 - )
     Herbert John Hosie Bird was born on 3 September 1895 in South Australia. He was the son of Henry Arthur Bird and Amy Pope.

Isaac Bird

(between 1797 and 1798 - 19 December 1838)
     Isaac Bird was born between 1797 and 1798 in London, England. Being aged 40 at his death in Dec 1838 suggests a 1798 birth. The IGI shows an Isaac son of John & Sarah baptised 29 Mar 1797 at St Luke's Chelsea (the register provides no further information but an Isaac was buried there on 27 Nov 1802), or son of James & Mary bp 30 Jun 1799 at Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire, or son of Joshua & Mary (Milborne) baptised 30 Mar 1799 at Armathwaite, Cumberland.
As his eldest son was named John I lean towards the first family, but his maternal grandfather was also a John (Paul). Isaac was of the parish of Newington, Surrey which is south London when they married. John & Sarah of London also had the following issue : John bp 31 Aug 1794 at St Luke's, Thomas bap 7 Apr 1799 at St Luke's' William bap 28 June 1801 at St Luke's. A John Bird married Sarah Maria Jones 25 June 1792 at St Dunstan, Stepney, another? John Bird married Sarah Styles 23 Sep 1793 at St Leonards Shoreditch.
A John & Sarah (Applegard) married 15 Oct 1780 at St Leonard's Shoreditch. He was christened on 29 March 1797 in St Luke, Chelsea, London. There is no evidence to support this baptism (son of John & Sarah), just a likely date, but another Isaac born about the same time was still in England in the censuses..
     An Isack Bird was listed as a freeholder with a house and land in Globe Lane, Mile End in the 1820 electoral roll, but this seems unlikely. In the 1822 Pigot's directory of Gloucestershire, he was listed as Isaac Bird, Globe-road, Mile-end, Brick and tile maker, in the London section. He was also listed in the 1825 Pigot's directory.
     Isaac Bird married Isabella Tempest Paul, daughter of John Paul and Tempest Margaret Hughes, on 31 March 1822 in St Mary, Newington, Surrey, England.
     Isaac was a merchant, living at Apollo Buildings, Walworth in the parish of Newington in 1823 when their son John Fairburn Isaac was baptised by Rev C J Blenham, curate. Between 1825 & 1830 their children were baptised at St Pancras Old church London, the address in 1825 was Great Queen St. which is in either the parish of St Margaret Westminster or in St Giles in the Fields whose registers have not been deposited.
     Isaac Bird lived at the Apollo Buildings, Walworth, Newington, Surrey, November 1823. He was listed in a directory dated 1826 as The Pigot's directory for 1826 listed an Isaac Bird, fruiterer & confectioner at Harrow..
     Isaac Bird lived at Southampton Terrace, Waterloo Town, Middlesex, June 1827. At his daughter Rosalie's baptism, they were living at Southampton Tce which is at the end of Winchester St, Waterloo Town near Bethnal Green. He was described as a merchant. He was listed in a directory dated 1827 at London. In the 1827 Pigots London directory two Isaac Birds were listed - Cabinet maker & appraiser, 4 Bedford Place, Commercial Rd East; Brick & tile maker, Globe Rd, Mile End. Neither seem likely to be "our" Isaac..
     Isaac Bird lived at Little James St, Camden, London, 1831.
     Isaac Bird and Isabella Tempest Paul arrived per "Gulnare" on 21 March 1833 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Isaac Bird, merchant and Isabella his wife, with 2 daughters and 2 sons under 12, departed London 25 October 1832 for Sydney via Hobart as cabin passengers, their son Alfred Paul being born en route 15 Jan 1833 at the Isle de St Paul. Isaac Bird was listed in a directory dated 1833 as Isaac Bird at 2 Liverpool St, Hyde Park, Sydney.
     In 1833 one convict was assigned to Isaac Bird, residence George St, Sydney. He was listed in a directory dated 1834 as Isaac Bird at Kent St, Sydney.
     On 22 August 1834 he signed a call for a land revenue meeting. He was also listed 22 July 1834 as a signatory requesteing a meetig re the sale of waste lands..
     In 1835 he was a signatory to immigrants petition (also John Bird). He was listed in a directory dated 1835 as Isaac Bird at York Street, Sydney. On 24 April of that year & at that address he was assigned a convict silk weaver.
     In 1836 he was a signatory to an immigrant petition.
     Isaac Bird was employed by the Customs Department in January 1836, Sydney. On Jan 5 1836 he was appointed 3rd locker Customs Dept. at a salary of 130 pounds. On May 1 1837 he was appointed 2nd locker salary £150; Sep 1 appointed 3rd locker salary £130. On Oct 11 1838 he was appointed 2nd locker at a salary of £150. All appointments by the Governor.
     Isaac Bird: I am an officer of the Customs, and was employed last Feb. as locker at defendant's stores and received three case of segars, on the 10th of that month; I saw the contents of one case when Mr Garling was inspecting them; it appeared to be wet; when they were place in the store and knowing there was no roof I directed the cooper to place slanting boards over them to off the wet, and examined them every morning along with the cooper..... He was listed in a directory dated 1836 as a grocer at Sydney.
     Isaac Bird and Isabella Tempest Paul lived at Sydney, 22 March 1837. In Dec 1837 he had two assigned convicts: Mary Nicholls aged 23 7 William Swaube aged 30.
     He was named as Isaac Bird, Customs, in a list of the principal inhabitants of the colony proclaiming the succession of Queen Victoria in the second supplement to the NSW Government gazette of Wednesday Oct 25, 1837.
     On Dec 5 1837 the Australian newspaper reported that he attended a levee.
     Isaac died on 19 December 1838 in Hyde Park, Sydney, New South Wales. On the 19th inst, at this residence Hyde Park, after a painful illness, Mr Isaac Bird, late of H M Customs.. He was buried in Devonshire St cemetery, Sydney. Isaac Bird, aged 40. His grave was removed to Bunnerong cemetery at La Perouse. He was listed in a directory dated 1839 as Isaac Bird at Liverpool St East, Sydney. He was described as the parent of Edward Henry Bird at his burial. Edward Henry Bird of Liverpool St, died 25 Oct, buried 27 Oct, 10 months. Father, gent. deceased.

Children of Isaac Bird and Isabella Tempest Paul

Isaac Bird

(before 1780 - )
     Isaac Bird was born before 1780. He was the son of Henry Bird. Isaac Bird was listed as a Freeman of the city of London, in 1802. He was admitted to the Company of Innholders by redemption, paying 46 shillings and eight pence. His occupation was a tripe dealer.

Isabella Tempest Bird

(30 September 1825 - 11 October 1922)
Isabella Tempest Bird (Rich), c. 1900
     Isabella Tempest Bird was born on 30 September 1825 in Great Queen Street, Soho, Westminster, Middlesex, England. She was the daughter of Isaac Bird and Isabella Tempest Paul. Isabella Tempest Bird was christened on 28 October 1825 in St Pancras Old Church, Middlesex.
     Isabella Tempest Bird and John Fairburn Isaac Bird, Rosalie Bird, William Henry Bird and Alfred Paul Bird arrived with Isaac Bird and Isabella Tempest Paul on 21 March 1833 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
     Isabella Tempest Bird and Rosalie Bird were on the passenger list of the "Emma", arriving at Sydney, New South Wales, on 20 January 1849. The brig "Emma" departed Hobart Town 14 July, carrying cabin passengers: Miss Bird, Miss Rosalie Bird, Miss A Bird, Miss Mary Rich, Master Harry Rich, arriving at Sydney from Hobart Town.
     Isabella Tempest Bird married Rev Charles Hamor Rich, son of John Rich and Maria Mackglew, on 21 April 1853 in Holy Trinity (Garrison) church, Sydney, New South Wales. On the 21st instant, at Holy Trinity Church, by the Rev. J C Grylls, Mr Charles Hamor Rich, to Isabella Tempest, daughter of the late Isaac Bird, Esq.. Isabella Tempest Bird was widowed on 25 July 1901 on the death of her husband Rev Charles Hamor Rich.
     Isabella was registered as Isabella Tempest Rich, domestic duties at Heulby's, Ocean St, Edgecliffe, on the 1903 electoral roll.
     Isabella died of pneumonia on 11 October 1922 in 'Orielton', Ocean St, Woollahra, New South Wales, aged 97. RICH.- October 11, at her residence, Orielton, Woollahra, Isabella Tempest, relict of the late Rev Canon Charles H Rich, aged 96. By request, no flowers. She was buried on 12 October 1922 in Waverley, Church of England section of the cemetery, Bronte.

Children of Isabella Tempest Bird and Rev Charles Hamor Rich

James Bird

(circa 1849 - )
     James Bird was born circa 1849 in Hessett, Suffolk.
     The marriage of James Bird and Emily Scarfe, daughter of Zachariah Scarfe, was registered in Stow RD, Suffolk, in the June 1874 quarter.
     James Bird and Zachariah Scarfe appeared on the 1881 census in Hessett, Suffolk. Zachariah Scarfe 66, widower, ag lab, James Bird 32, son in law, ag lab, daughter Emily Bird 33, William Scarfe 12, grandson, Emma Bird 6, grand daughter, John Bird 12 grandson, all born in Hessett.
     James Bird and Emily Scarfe appeared on the 1891 census in the Green, Hessett, Suffolk. James Bird 42, plate layer on railroad, wife Emily Bird 43, son John Bird 12, labourer, Zachariah Scarfe 76, father, widower, living on own means, all born Hessett.
     James Bird and Emily Scarfe appeared on the 1901 census in Hessett, Suffolk. James Bird 52, plate layer, GER, wife Emily Bird 53, Herbert Bullett ,22, son in law, horseman on farm, daughter Emma Bullett 26, Jack Dunster 2, visitor, all born at Hessett.

Child of James Bird and Emily Scarfe

  • Emma Bird+ b. Jun 1874 or Sep 1874, d. 1952?

James Bird

(circa 1858 - before 2 November 1946)
     James Bird was born circa 1858 The only James son of James c. 1858 was registered at East Melbourne, with mother Martha Townley in Cranbourne, Victoria.
     James Bird married Ada Jane Cotterell in 1895 in Victoria.
     James died before 2 November 1946 in Yarram, Victoria. He was buried on 2 November 1946 in Yarram, Victoria. James George Bird, aged 88.

Children of James Bird and Ada Jane Cotterell

James George Bird

(1896 - 3 December 1927)
     James George Bird was born in 1896 in Leongatha, Victoria. He was the son of James Bird and Ada Jane Cotterell.
     James George Bird married Lily Florence Mackenzie, daughter of William MacKenzie and Lily Weston, in 1924 in Victoria.
     James died on 3 December 1927 in Caulfield, Victoria. He was buried on 5 December 1927 in Yarram, Victoria.

Children of James George Bird and Lily Florence Mackenzie

Jane Bird

     Jane Bird married James Squirrell, son of George Squirrell and Mary Brett, on 22 January 1854 in Camberwell, Surrey. Their children were: Charles & William Alfred.

Jean Ruby Bird

(10 July 1931 - June 1974)
     Jean Ruby Bird was born on 10 July 1931. She was the daughter of Philip Harold Bird and Ruby Rose Walling.
     Jean died in June 1974 aged 42.

John Bird

     John Bird married Elizabeth Bullett, daughter of Robert Bullett and Susanna Stuart, on 22 November 1796 in Thurston, Suffolk.

John Fairburn Isaac Bird

(11 April 1823 - 11 August 1889)
Walworth church, Surrey
     John Fairburn Isaac Bird was born on 11 April 1823 in the Apollo Buildings, Walworth, Newington, Surrey. He was the son of Isaac Bird and Isabella Tempest Paul. John Fairburn Isaac Bird was christened on 23 November 1823 in St Mary, Newington.
     John Fairburn Isaac Bird and Isabella Tempest Bird, Rosalie Bird, William Henry Bird and Alfred Paul Bird arrived with Isaac Bird and Isabella Tempest Paul on 21 March 1833 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
     John Fairburn Isaac Bird was employed in 1844, Morpeth, New South Wales. He was listed in a directory dated 1850 at 'Youngs Buildings', Cumberland St, Sydney. He was listed in a directory dated 1850 as wharfinger, at Millers Point wharf, Sydney. He had the same listing as his step-father.
     In John Paul's will dated 13 June 1851 in Brighton, Sussex, John Fairburn Isaac Bird was named as heir; This is the last will & testament of me John Paul formerly of Sydney NSW but now of Brighton in the county of Sussex I give and bequeath to Daniel Cooper of P..land Place Clapham Road? in the county of Surrey Esquire and Thomas Walker of Sydney aforesaid merchant my trustees ... after the sum of thirty pounds each and I give and bequeath to my dear wife Tempest Margaret Paull all the rest, residue and remainder of my personal property and estate of every kind and description whatsoever in England which I may die possessed of interested in or entitled unto for her own absolute use and ..... .... as to the sum of two thousand pounds sterling part of the last ... residuary personal estate and I give and bequeath the interest of such two thousand pounds to her for her life and from and after her decease I give & bequeath the said two thousand pounds to my grand daughter Margaret Lambert wife of William Blake Lambert of Her Majesty's Dockyard at Portsmouth
I give devise & bequeath to the said Daniel Cooper and Thomas Walker all and singular my messuages or tenements Lands & Hereditaments whatsoever situate in Sydney or elsewhere in NSW aforesaid and also my Bank Stock and other personal estate in NSW to hold the same unto them their heirs executor administrators and assigns upon trust that they the said Daniel Cooper and Thomas Walker and the survivor of them his heirs etc. do and shall pay the rents issues dividends interest and profits of the same messuages, etc. as they shall be from time to time received unto my said dear wife for and during the term of her natural life and from and after her decease I give & bequeath to Sarah widow of my late son George William Paull the sum of five hundred pounds sterling and to Mary widow of my late son John Paul the sum of five hundred pounds sterling and I trust that these two last mentioned legacies will be realized by the proceeds of my Bank shares in NSW and the money which may be in the hands of my agents Messieurs Walker & Company of Sydney but in case there .... shall be insufficient to a.... the same two legacies then I direct each deficiency to be made up out of the proceeds of my real estate ...t hereinafter directed to be sold and my will is that such two legacies should be paid as soon as possible after my wife's decease and I direct that my said trustees and the survivor of them his heirs and assigns do and shall as soon after her decease as they or he shall in their discretion judge the most desirable opportunities sell and dispose of all and singular my aforesaid messuages etc. ... or in parcels by public auction or private contract unto any person or persons who shall be willing to ... the purchase or purchases thereof for the most money that can be reasonably had or gotten for the same and shall and do make and execute all such conveyances and assurances as shall be requisite & necessary to effectuate such sale or sales
And I do hereby declare that the .....ts of my said trustees shall be good & valid discharges for the same to be ... ... and that it shall ... be ... for the app... ... of the purchase money.... I do hereby direct that my said trustees etc. shall & to stand possessed of the monies to ... deductions as aforesaid / and also of the ... & profits of my aforesaid ... of the proceeds of bank stock & the personal estate in NSW ion case the same shall be more than sufficient to a... the aforesaid legacies of five hundred pounds & 500 pounds upon trust in the first place to pay to my grandson John Bird of Sydney aforesaid the sum of 150 pounds & to divide the residue per capita and not per st.....s equally between and amongst all the children of my late daughter Isabella Tempest Rich by her first husband Isaac Bird and of my late sons George William Paul & John Paul except my granddaughter Margaret Lambert whom I have otherwise provided for by this my will and my granddaughter Tempest Jane Tindall wife of John Tindall of Penrith in NSW who will I have no doubt be provided for by her worthy husband and I appoint my said dear wife and the said Daniel Cooper & Thomas Walker Executrix & executors of this my will and in the event of my dear wife's decease before my grandson John Bird then I appoint my said grandson an executor of this my will. In witness ....13th June 1851. John Paul. J B Bullock 51 Lincolns Inn Fields, P J Powell, clerk.
He witnessed Rev Charles Hamor Rich and Isabella Tempest Bird's wedding on 21 April 1853 in Holy Trinity (Garrison) church, Sydney, New South Wales. John Fairburn Isaac Bird was listed in a directory dated 1855 as a merchant at Campbells Wharf Pt, Sydney. His private residence was at Canterbury. He was listed in a directory dated 1863 at Piper St, Upper Paddington, New South Wales. However there was another John Bird who is more likely to be at this address. He was listed in a directory dated 1867 at Campbell's wharf, Sydney. His private residence was at 49 William St Upper South.
     John Fairburn Isaac Bird made a will dated October 1888 in Sydney. He was described as a gentleman, and appointed the Perpetual Trustee Company his executors, leaving his estate to his brother William Henry Bird of 44 Vine Street, Windsor, Melbourne; the Church of England Property Trust; Ada Matilda Bush of St Leonards, widow; the Prince Alfred Hospital; the Ragged School; the RSPCA and asked to be interred next to Miss Emma Hay.
     John died of broncho-pneumonia on 11 August 1889 in St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, New South Wales, aged 66. He was buried on 12 August 1889 in Rookwood. Buried at Rookwood by Canon Rich (his step-brother & brother-in-law).
     His will was proved on 18 September 1889 at New South Wales.

Margaret Bird

(circa 1700? - before 23 January 1768)
     Margaret Bird was born circa 1700? In Suffolk.
     Margaret Bird married John Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge and Ann Bowles, on 19 September 1723 in Rougham, Suffolk.
     Margaret died before 23 January 1768 in Hessett, Suffolk. She was buried on 23 January 1768 in Hessett.

Children of Margaret Bird and John Cocksedge

Mary Bird

(circa 1808? - before 1833)
     Mary Bird was born circa 1808?.
     Mary Bird married William Bullett, son of John Bullett and Mary Alderton, on 13 October 1829 in Hessett, Suffolk.
     Mary died before 1833 in Hessett, Suffolk. A William married Frances Manfield in 1833 but both were single! I have not yet found a William & mary in the 1841 or 51 census. She was buried on 25 May 1865? In Hessett.

Mary Bird

(before 1740 - )
     Mary Bird was born before 1740 in Suffolk, England.
     Mary Bird married John Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge and Catherine Nights, on 15 November 1754 in Rougham.

Child of Mary Bird and John Cocksedge

Mary Bird

     Mary Bird married Job Grimwood, son of Edmund Grimwood and Mary Unknown, on 2 May 1670 in Bildeston.

Children of Mary Bird and Job Grimwood

Mary Ann Sally Bird

(circa 1866 - )
     Mary Ann Sally Bird was born circa 1866.
     Mary Ann Sally Bird married John Oldham Denty Murray, son of Rev Henry Murray and Louisa Frances Denty, on 10 November 1885 in Dehra, Bengal Presidency, India. Mary Ann Sally Murray witnessed the administration of the estate of John Oldham Denty Murray; John Oldham Denty Murray, of 13 Goldington Ave, Bedford, died 4 Feb 1924. Admon (with will) granted 18 June 1925 to Mary Ann Murray, widow. Effects £704/10/7. He is also listed in the British India Office inventories and accounts of deceased estates. 1926, Bombay Presidencey Ref: L-AG-34-27-421. filed 11 Oct 1926.

Children of Mary Ann Sally Bird and John Oldham Denty Murray

Philip Harold Bird

(21 June 1905 - 25 April 1987)
     Philip Harold Bird was born on 21 June 1905 in Coe Hill, Wollaston, Ontario?, Canada. He was the son of Charles Benjamin Bird and Rachel Bird.
     Philip Harold Bird married Ruby Rose Walling, daughter of Samuel Walling and Alice Dummitt, on 30 August 1930 in Toronto, Ontario.
     Philip died on 25 April 1987 in Canada aged 81.

Children of Philip Harold Bird and Ruby Rose Walling

Reginald George Bird

(1901 - 1964)
     Reginald George Bird was born in 1901 in South Melbourne, Victoria. He was the son of Edward George Bird and Mary Ann Bailey.
     Reginald George Bird married Alice Spiers in 1935 in Victoria.
     Reginald died in 1964 in Camberwell, Victoria.

Reginald Henry Bird

(9 December 1886 - September 1968)
     Reginald Henry Bird was born on 9 December 1886 in Prahran, Victoria. He was the son of Henry Edward Bird and Frances Emma Morris.
     Reginald died in September 1968 in Camberwell, Victoria, aged 81.