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  • Last name begins with: K
  • K, see Taylor, Kerenhappuch.
  • Kean, Charles John (1811–68), actor and theatre manager. In AB-2.
  • Kean, Edmund (1787–1833), actor.
  • Keats, John (1795–1821), poet.
  • Kemble, Adelaide, see Sartoris, Adelaide.
  • Kemble, Frances Anne (afterwards Butler, 1809–93), actress and author. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Kenyon, Edward (1786?–1856), EBB’s cousin. In AB-3.
  • Kenyon, Eugenie Louise (née Turovsky, 1806–77), Austrian wife of Edward Kenyon. In AB-4.
  • Kenyon, John (1784–1856), patron of the arts, poet and EBB’s cousin. In AB-1, AB-2, AB-3. See biographical sketch.
  • Kilmorey, Lord, see Needham, Francis Jack.
  • King, Augusta Ada (née Bryon, 1815–52), Countess of Lovelace, mathematician, and computer pioneer. Married (1835) William King, 8th Baron King of Ockham who was created Earl of Lovelace in 1838.
  • Kinglake, Alexander William (1809–91), historian and travel writer. In AB-2, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Kingsley, Charles (1819–75), novelist, Anglican clergyman, and controversialist. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Kingsley, Frances (“Fanny”) Eliza (née Grenfell, 1814–91), biographer.
  • Kinney, Elizabeth Clementine (née Dodge, formerly Stedman, 1810–89), correspondent. See biographical sketch.
  • Kinney, William Burnet (1799–1880), American minister to Piedmont. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Kirkup, Seymour Stocker (1788–1880), painter and antiquary. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Knight, Richard Payne (1751–1824), art collector and writer.
  • Knowles, Charles Henry (1754–1831), 2nd Baronet, naval officer.
  • Knowles, Charlotte (née Johnstone, 1782–1867), Lady Knowles, wife of Charles Henry Knowles, 2nd Baronet.
  • Knowles, Charlotte Laura (1804–93), eldest dau. of Charles Henry Knowles (1754–1831) and his wife, Charlotte (née Johnstone, 1782–1867).
  • Knowles, Francis Charles (1802–92), son of Charles Henry Knowles.
  • Knowles, James Sheridan (1784–1862), playwright.
  • Kock, Charles Paul de (1793–1871), French novelist.
  • Kossuth, Lajos (1802–94), Hungarian revolutionary.

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