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John Bird (1780-1846), teacher
1780 Born in Ulceby By Barton, Lincolnshire, son of John Bird and his wife Mildred
1802 Married Ann Bland in Boston, Lincs. (assuming this is the same person)
1809 Birth of son William, in Nympsfield, son of John and Ann Bird
1816 Birth of son Frederick in Abingdon.
1820 Married Eliza Binfield
1822 Birth of daughter Catherine Anne to John and Eliza Bird, at Hedsor (Beaconsfield), Bucks
1825 A lecturer in astronomy based in Windsor and Eton
1827 Birth of daughter , Caroline Isabella Bird in Eton, Berks
1832 Birth of son James Binfield Bird in Eton
1836 Lecturer at Eton College; dedicated his pamphlet on the "Juvenile Solar System" to J. L. Binfield
1841 Eliza Bird 39, lived in Eton with Cecila Bird 16, Caroline Bird 15, James Benfield Bird 11
1841 A lecturer in astronomy when his daughter, Catherine Ann Bird, married
1842 A lecturer in astronomy according to the marriage register when his son Frederick married in London