Birch (disambiguation)


Birch (disambiguation)

Birch is the name of any tree of the genus "Betula".

Birch may also refer to:
*the birch is a metonym for Birching, a form of corporal punishment with a birch rod

urname

* A. A. Birch, Jr.
* Adam Birch
* Arthur Birch an Australian chemist (1915-1995)
* Bill Birch
* Bob Birch
* Bryan Birch, a British mathematician
* Charlotte Birch-Pfeiffer
* Christian Birch-Reichenwald
* Edmund Birch
* Edna Birch, fictional character
* Elizabeth Birch
* Eugenius Birch
* Eve Birch, fictional character
* Francis Birch (1889-1956) British cryptographer
* Francis Birch (1903-1992) American geophysicist
* Gina Birch
* Glynn Birch
* James W.W. Birch
* Colonel John Birch, soldier in the English Civil War and MP for Leominster
* John Birch (missionary), or the John Birch Society named for him
* John Birch (musician)
* Lamorna Birch
* Margaret Birch
* Martin Birch
* Patricia Birch
* Paul Birch
* Paul Hansen Birch
* Penny Birch, pseudonym
* Peter Birch, fictional character
* Peter Birch-Reichenwald
* Professor Birch, pokémon character.
* Raymond Birch
* Ric Birch
* Rosalie Birch
* Samuel Birch
* Simon Birch
* Stanley F. Birch Jr.
* Thomas Birch
* Thora Birch
* Jess Birch

Place name

*Birch, Essex, England, UK
*Birch, Greater Manchester, England, UK
*Birch, Wisconsin, US
*Birch Township, Minnesota, US
*Birch Tree, Missouri, US


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