Viewing Person Record: William Bird

Role(s)

Groom of the Chamber
Event: Prince Henry's Men are granted livery for Prince Henry's funeral
debtor
Event: Henslowe records loans to Admiral's Men players and playwrights
leaseholder
Event: Alleyn leases the Fortune to the Palsgrave's Men for thirty-one years
plaintiff
Event: Requests, Pembroke's Men vs Francis Langley: The players reply
plaintiff
Event: Requests, Pembroke's Men vs Francis Langley: The players state their case
player
Event: Palsgrave's Men receive a royal patent to perform at the Fortune and elsewhere
player
Event: Prince Henry's Men receive a royal patent to perform at the Fortune and elsewhere
player
Event: Players given livery cloth for King James's royal entrance to London
player
Event: Prince Henry's men are listed in the Prince's household accounts
player
Event: A manuscript outlines the plot and stage business of 'Tamar Cham'
player
Event: William Bird, a member of Prince Henry's Men, portrays Zeal at James I's royal entrance into London
player
Event: John Russell is charged with dishonesty, and removed from his position as gatherer at the Fortune
player
Event: A privy seal grants the Palatine's Men license to play
player
Event: Henslowe loans William Bird one pound to pay for his arrest by Langley
player
Event: Henslowe records loans to Admiral's Men players and playwrights
player
Event: Henslowe records loans to Admiral's Men
player
Event: Henslowe records loans to William Bird
player
Event: Henslowe records bonds with Admiral's Men
tenant
Event: Alleyn leases shares to finance the rebuilding of the Fortune

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Dates
From: February 1596 To: 1612