Calif. Families > Arthur Joseph Babineau McBride's Namesakes
last updated 28 Dec 2019

Arthur Joseph Babineau McBride, Born November 2019 in Palo Alto, CA
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                1 day                           3 weeeks

1 month - Christmas, with late grandmother, Joanna Chien's Christmas stocking.

2 months. - Arthur's swimming lesson with Dad.
Tom's tatoo: | Translation: Beautiful Jade
Arthurs Grandfather has the same tatoo.
- Arthur's Grandmother, Joanna
Romanization: Chien, Mei-Yu |

Arthur should be a better singer than his Dad.
3 month birthday   4 months 
at Tahoe           first rollover
Arthur's Flickr Album
McBride Namesakes

Arthur Thomas McBride Sr. (1882-1962) Great Great Grandfather
Wedding 1904 (age 23)
Family Picture 1961 (Age 80)

Arthur Thomas (Sandy) McBride Jr. (1915-1996) Great Grandfather
1 year
1937 at Graduation from UC Berkeley's College of Agriculture at Davis with a 2 year certificate in Agriculture. (Age 22)*
1988 (Age 73)

Babineau Namesake

Joseph Babineau (2019-2012) Great Grandfather

The ancestors of the Babineau and Sikes-McBride families have been crossing paths for generations, in New Brunswick Canada and Springfield Massachusetts.
They finally hooked up in Davis California.

Current Babineau McBride Gelealogies [Private password protected]

More Arthurs on Mazza/Molella Family Side

* In 1938 the Davis Campus was re-named from the "Northern Branch of the College of Agriculture at Berkeley" to "The College of Agriculture at Davis".
In 1959 it was named the University of California at Davis.
In addition to being ranked the #1 Veterinary Medicine School and #1 Agricultural Sciences School in the world it has moved on to be ranked toward the top of all UC campuses in a variety disciplines.
See UC Davis History

See Alumni Article "Historic Northern California Family Calls UC Davis Home" | One Aggie Network with Arthur's Father and Grandfather.

Arthur McBride is an Irish folk song found in Ireland & Britain with slight variations. 'The song can be narrowly categorized as an "anti-recruiting" song, a specific form of anti-war song, and more broadly as a protest song.' First collected around 1840.

Paul Brady - Arthur McBride (Official Video w. Lyrics) - YouTube
Bob Dylan recorded it on his "Good as I been to you" album of traditional folk songs.

Arthur's Prayer