Byrd

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Limits Of The Sky - Credits
... Brittany Painter – vocals, acoustic guitar Stacey Byrd – lead guitar, backing vocals Jeremy Byrd – drums, percussion Issaca Byrd – bass, backing vocals Natalie Byrd ...
Saponi - Language
... According to William Byrd II, the Saponi spoke the same language as the Siouan Occaneechi and the Steganaki (also known as Stuckenock) ... translated creek names noted by William Byrd II in his History of the Dividing Line betwixt Virginia and North Carolina in 1728 ... Byrd's scant list also proved to include several names from unrelated Indian tribes ...
Charles Willing Byrd - Personal Life
... Byrd was the son of Colonel William Byrd III and Mary Willing Byrd ... He was also the grandson of William Byrd II, who is considered the founder of Richmond, Virginia ... On June 8, 1807, Byrd and his wife purchased a tract of 600 acres (2.4 km2) in Monroe Township, Adams County, Ohio, known as Buckeye Station and ...
Mount Rosenwald
... It was discovered and photographed by Admiral Byrd on the South Pole Flight of November 1929 ... It was named by Byrd for Julius Rosenwald of Chicago, a contributor to the Byrd Antarctic Expedition of 1928-30 and 1933-35 ...
List Of United States Political Families (B) - The Byrds and Floods
... Colonel William Byrd I (1652–1704), married to Mary Horsmanden, daughter of Sir Warham Horsmanden Colonel William Byrd II (1674–1744) of Westover Plantation—Founded Richmond, Virginia ... William Byrd III (1752–1777) - served on the Virginia House of Burgesses ... Colonel William Byrd (1828-1896) moved to Texas and was appointed adjutant general of the Confederate state of Texas ...

More definitions of "Byrd":

  • (noun): English organist and composer of church music; master of 16th century polyphony; was granted a monopoly in music printing with Thomas Tallis (1543-1623).
    Synonyms: William Byrd