TheBirdTree
genealogy of the Bird and Musgrove families
First Name:  Last Name: 
[Advanced Search]  [Surnames]

All Media


Matches 251 to 300 of 603     » Thumbnails Only    » Slide Show

    «Prev «1 ... 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 13» Next»

   Thumb   Description   Linked to 
251
Map of South Africa 1899
Map of South Africa 1899
Map showing the area where William Cole Benson and his son, Hugh Benson, are believed to have lived. 
 
252
Map of Southam Street and surrounding area
Map of Southam Street and surrounding area
This is a very good map showing Southam Street between the canal and the railway next to the cemetary. 
 
253
Margaret Lamond
Margaret Lamond
The 1891 census showing Margaret Lamond with her parents and sibling. 
 
254
Marina on Toronto Island
Marina on Toronto Island
One of the boats in the marina 
 
255
Market Place and St Hilda Church
Market Place and St Hilda Church
Postcard of Market Place and St Hilda's Church, South Shields taken 1904. 
 
256
Marriage announcement in newspaper.png
Marriage announcement in newspaper.png
 
 
257
Marriage at Christmas
Marriage at Christmas
It was not unusual for couples to get married on Christmas Day as it would have been a day when they were not required to work, and, in London, it was FREE !!! 
 
258
marriage John Coveney and Harriet Bird 1840.jpg
marriage John Coveney and Harriet Bird 1840.jpg
 
 
259
Memories of Life in Stalag 4B
Memories of Life in Stalag 4B
Life in Stalag 4B by Canadian William E. Rowbotham RCAF
 
 
260
Memories of Stalag 4B
Memories of Stalag 4B
Memories of Private Allan George Surgeson of the 2nd Battalion, The Royal Durban Light Infantry, South African Land Forces.
 
 
261
Military Cross
Military Cross
Was this awarded to Hugh Benson during WW1 ? 
 
262
Military Cross (MC)
Military Cross (MC)
According to the July 1967 RDLI regimental magazine called "FLASH", Hugh BENSON had received the MC during WW1. I have found nothing to corroborate this. 
 
263
Moses Shaw (1767) and the Shaw's of Cambridgeshire
Moses Shaw (1767) and the Shaw's of Cambridgeshire
Chief of a noted gypsy family from Cambridgeshire. 
 
264
Mount Robson
Mount Robson
A very spectacular tall mountain 
 
265
Mrs Ross collects
Mrs Ross collects
Article asking for donations for the troops. 
 
266
Mrs Ross donates to Museum
Mrs Ross donates to Museum
A local benefactor to the newly opened Hastings Museum was Mrs Hannah Ross. 
 
267
Musgrove - Amy Musgrove nee McTear
Musgrove - Amy Musgrove nee McTear
photograph of Amy McTear 
 
268
Musgrove - Bert (standing) and Frank (seated)
Musgrove - Bert (standing) and Frank (seated)
Bert and Frank Musgrove 
 
269
Musgrove - Caroline
Musgrove - Caroline
Caroline Musgrove tending the family grave at Kensal Green in 1962. 
 
270
Musgrove - Frank (CWGC shot)
Musgrove - Frank (CWGC shot)
Frank Musgrove buried at Godewaersvelde British Cemetery in France having died on the Somme in 1919 
 
271
Musgrove - Frank (long shot of graves)
Musgrove - Frank (long shot of graves)
Frank Musgrove buried at Godewaersvelde British Cemetery in France having died on the Somme in 1919 
 
272
Musgrove - Frank (narrative in book of rememberance)
Musgrove - Frank (narrative in book of rememberance)
Frank Musgrove buried at Godewaersvelde British Cemetery in France having died on the Somme in 1919 
 
273
Musgrove - Frank (specific gravestone)
Musgrove - Frank (specific gravestone)
Frank Musgrove buried at Godewaersvelde British Cemetery in France having died on the Somme in 1919 
 
274
Musgrove - Frank Musgrove (long shot of graves)
Musgrove - Frank Musgrove (long shot of graves)
Frank Musgrove buried at Godewaersvelde British Cemetery in France having died on the Somme in 1919 
 
275
Musgrove - George
Musgrove - George
George Henry Musgrove, T's father 
 
276
Musgrove - George
Musgrove - George
George Musgrove's WW2 medal card. Major - Royal Army Pay Corps, Kings Own Yorkshire Light infantry. 
 
277
Musgrove - George Henry Musgrove with Godfrey (Bobby) and Gerald
Musgrove - George Henry Musgrove with Godfrey (Bobby) and Gerald
George Henry Musgrove (T's father) with his sons Godfrey (Bobby) and Gerald 
 
278
Musgrove - Hannah
Musgrove - Hannah
Hannah MUSGROVE - apparantly taken around 1952 when she was about 86 years old 
 
279
Musgrove - Hannah
Musgrove - Hannah
Hannah Musgrove at the seaside ? 
 
280
Musgrove - Jack and Amy 1936
Musgrove - Jack and Amy 1936
Jack and Amy 1936 
 
281
Musgrove - Jack on Queen Mary
Musgrove - Jack on Queen Mary
Jack Musgrove, a steward on the Queen Mary  
 
282
Musgrove - Jack, Amy, Ron and Roy
Musgrove - Jack, Amy, Ron and Roy
Photo of John William Musgrove (aka Jack) with his wife and two sons 
 
283
Musgrove - Jack, Vi and Irene
Musgrove - Jack, Vi and Irene
Jack Musgrove with Irene and her stepmother, Vi. 
 
284
Musgrove Dynasty
Musgrove Dynasty
This was taken just after WW1 - seated Hannah, George and Will; standing Alf and Bert. 
 
285
Musgrove family photo
Musgrove family photo
Hannah Musgrove and her seven children in 1902 
 
286
My Birth Fathers Family
My Birth Fathers Family
Finding my birth father and getting in touch with his family has been one of my life changing experiences and one which took place 59 years after I was born.  
 
287
My Father was a Baker
My Father was a Baker
by Joan Comrie - July 1990 - about her father, Bill Anderson, who died on a train going over a bridge in Italy with hundreds of other POW’s on 28th January 1944. 
 
288
Newgate Prison
Newgate Prison
The exterior of Newgate Prison. 
 
289
Newnham 1890 Post Office directory
Newnham 1890 Post Office directory
Entry from the 1890 Post Office directory. 
 
290
Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls
The spectacular Falls 
 
291
Niagara Falls 2
Niagara Falls 2
Overlooking The Falls 
 
292
Nina Bird (nee St Paul) (about 1855 - 1935)
Nina Bird (nee St Paul) (about 1855 - 1935)
Nina was married to George Coveney Bird (1851 - 1930). Remembering they had no children, this is an extract from her Will dated 5th September 1933.

 
 
293
Nina Mabel Foley Bird (nee St Paul) (about 1855 - 1935)
Nina Mabel Foley Bird (nee St Paul) (about 1855 - 1935)
Nina’s Will throws up some interesting questions relating to the ownership of The Rhodrons, why Leslie and not Percy benefited from her estate and the Everdon connection which comes up again, coincidentally this time, I think.  
 
294
Notice from Widow
Notice from Widow
This was a notice put in the local newspaper by Mrs Wareham thanking everyone for their kind thoughts.  
 
295
OBE
OBE
Order of the British Empire 
 
296
Old Bailey : John and George Bird 1820
Old Bailey : John and George Bird 1820
I should start by saying that I am in no way related to the two brothers in this story but was attracted to them purely by the fact their surname was Bird and that their first names were George and John, as were many in my tree.
 
 
297
On the boat
On the boat
We are both enjoying our trip on the lake 
 
298
On the veranda
On the veranda
Sue enjoying the view 
 
299
On the way to Whistler
On the way to Whistler
One of the photo opportunities 
 
300
On Whistler mountain
On Whistler mountain
Deep snow and 80 degrees ! 
 

    «Prev «1 ... 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 13» Next»