List of Carthusians, 1800–1879/K

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List of Carthusians, 1800–1879 by William Douglas Parish
Surnames: K
N.B. — The Mark * indicates a Gown Boy.


K.


Kane, James Percy, 1850-52, b. 1832. Trin. Coll. Oxf. Curate at Brighton.

Karslake, William Heberden, 1820. Son of Rev. William Karslake, Rector of Dolton. b. 1803. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Rector of Meshaw, So. Devon. Prebendary of Exeter. Chairman of Quarter Sessions; d. 1878.

Kay, Richard Smith, 1813, b. 1802. C.C.C. Oxf.

Kayess, Walter, 1877. Son of James Kayess, Bourton House, Streatham, S.W. b. 1863.

Keane, Augustus Daniel, 1848-50. Son of Daniel Keane, Solicitor of Lincoln's Inn Fields, b. 1840. 74th Highlanders; died at Delhi 1858.

Keane, Howard, 1868. Brother of the above, b. 1851 . Medical Practitioner.

Keane, Robert Keane Charles, 1867, b. 1856.

Keane,* William, 1828, b. 1818. Emm. Coll. Cam. Rector of Whitby, Yorks. Formerly Canon of St. Paul's, Calcutta, d.

Keate, Charles Robert, 1876.

Keays, Robert, 1823, b. 1809.

Keeling, Albert Stanley, 1877. Son of Alfred Keeling, of East Moulsey. b. 1862.

Keen, Grinham Frederick, 1871. Son of Grinham Keen, of 27, Harewood Square, London, b. 1858. Caius Coll. Cam.

Keene, Henry Augustus, 1878. Son of Samuel Wolfe Keene, of Barnes, Surrey, b. 1864.

Keightley, Archibald, 1807-10. Son of Archibald Keightley, of Liverpool, Solicitor, b. 1795. Solicitor. Registrar of Charterhouse; d. 1877.

Keightley, Archibald, 1873. Son of Alfred Dudley Keightley, of Old Hall, Milnthorpe, Westmoreland, b. 1859. Pemb. Coll. Cam.

Keightley, Bertram, 1872. Son of William Tristram Keightley, of Birkenhead. b. 1860. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Keightley, George Donaldson, 1872. Son of G. W. Keightley (below), b. 1858. Trin. Coll. Oxf.

Keightley,* George Wilson, 1840-44. Son of the late Lieut.-Col. Keightley, of Pickhill Hall, Wrexham. b. 1825. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Great Stambridge, Essex.

Keightley, William Henry, 1840-42. Son of W. T. Keightley, of Birkenhead. b. 1826. Wadh. Coll. Oxf.; deceased.

Keith, Herbert, 1867-68. Son of Thomas William Keith, Accountant-General at the India Office, b. 1852. Solicitor in London.

Keith-Falconer, Cecil Edward, 1875. Son of Major the Hon. Charles James Keith-Falconer, b. 1860.

Keith-Falconer, Charles Adrian, 1875. Brother of the above, b. 1861.

Kelly, Edmund Pentheny, 1813, b. 1800.

Kelly, George, 1813, b. 1801.

Kelly, Henry Plimley, 1846-51 . Son of the late Rev. Anthony Plimley Kelly, Incumbent of St. John's, Hoxton. b. 1832. Scholar of Caius Coll. Cam. Vicar of Christ Church, Hoxton.

Kemball, Charles Arnold, 1874. Son of Charles G. Kemball, Judge in High Court, Bombay, b. 1860.

Kempe, Richard Russell, 1805-7, b. 1794.

Kempe, William, 1805-7, b. 1792

Kennedy, Frederick Rivers, 1872. Of Brighton.

Kent,* Charles James, 1853-56. Grandson of Bishop Blomfield. b. 1843. Royal Navy.

Kent, Ernest Nield, 1875. Son of G. Barton Kent, 31, Lancaster Gate.

Kent, Ridley William, 1861-62, b. 1848.

Kenyon, George, 1823. Son of the Hon. Thomas Kenyon, of Pradoe, Salop, b. 1811. Commander R.N.; d. 1866.

Kenyon, John Robert, 1819. Brother of the above. b. 1807. Fellow of All Souls', Oxf. D.C.L. Barrister. Vinerian Professor of Civil Law. Q.C. .

Keppel, Hon. Derek William George, 1876. Son of Viscount Bury, C.M.G. b. 1863.

Kerr, Arthur Herbert, 1874. Son of Admiral Lord Frederic Herbert Kerr, of Crookham, Farnham. b. 1862.

Kerr, Charles Wyndham Rodolph, 1864-69. Son of Lord Charles Lennox Kerr. b. 1849. 33, Mount Street.

Kerr,* Walter Montagu, 1864. Brother of the above, b. 1851. Civil Engineer.

Kerr, William Frederick, 1814-18. Son of General John Marcus Kerr. b. 1806. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Marston-Sicca, Gloucestershire; d. 1878.

Key, Aston Turner Powell, 1841-43, b. 1826. Civil Engineer.

Key, William Down, 1825, b. 1812. Queens Coll. Cam.; d. 1836.

Kidd, Thomas George, 1817-18, b. 1803. Caius Coll. Cam. Rector of Catwick, Yorks, d.

Kimpton, William, 1825, b. 1811. Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister; d. 1843.

Kinderley, George Herbert, 1822, b. 1809. Solicitor in London, d.

Kinderley, John, 1823, b. 1811. Capt. 97th Regt.

Kindersley, Lucius Graham, 1827, b. 1815. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Trin. Hall, Cam. Barrister of Lincoln's Inn.

King,* Arthur, 1870. Son of Rev. R. H. King, Rector of Little Glemham, Suffolk, b. 1860.

King, Arthur Hamilton, 1878. Son of Henry Samuel King, of the Manor House, Chigwell, Essex, b. 1866.

King, Charles, 1824, b. 1814.

King, Charles Edward, 1850-52, b. 1834. Emigrated to Australia; d. 1853.

King, Edward Newman, 1867, b. 1852.

King, Harold Robertson, 1863. Brother of Arthur Hamilton King (above), b. 1853. East Indian Agent.

King, Henry, 1831, b. 1816. Scholar and Fellow of Wadham Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Barrister of the Inner Temple.

King,* Henry Seymour, 1862-70. Brother of H. R. King (above). b. 1852. Orator. Gold Medal. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Banker.

King, Isaac, 1815, b. 1804. Ch.Ch.Oxf. Rector of Bradenham.

King, John Thornton, 1872, b. 1857.

King, Joseph Berry, 1819, b. 1803. Ex. Coll. Oxf.

King, Joseph Edmund Shepherd, 1860-65, b. 1845.

King,* Magrath, 1836-40, b. 1825. Royal Artillery.

King, Richard Blakeway, 1866-69. Brother of Henry Seymour King (above), b. 1855. Went to Chigwell School. Emigrated to Texas.

King, Thomas, 1847-51, b. 1836.

King, Walter Edward, 1852-53, b. 1837.

King, William Bevan Davis, 1855-57, b. 1842.

King, William Smyth, 1824. Son of Hulton Smyth King, of Borris Castle, Queen's County, b. 1810. Page of King George IV. Canon of St. Patricks. Dean of Leighlin.

King-Harman, Lawrence William, 1877. Son of Colonel E. R. King-Harman, M.P., of Rockingham, Co. Roscommon. b. 1863.

Kingscote,* John Bloomfield, 1863. Son of Col. Thos. H. Kingscote, of Kingscote, Gloucestershire, b. 1851. Land Agent. Bryansford, County Down.

KINLOCH (Sir) George (Bart.), 1814-16. Son of George Kinloch, M.P. b. 1801. University of Edinburgh. Barrister. Created a Baronet 1873.

Kirby, William Lee, 1868-70, b. 1851.

Kirkham,* William Gillmore, 1866-72. Son of Rev. W. Kirkham, Rector of Llanbrynmair. b. 1853. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Curate of St. John Baptist, Cardiff.

Kirkpatrick, William, 1875. Son of John Kirkpatrick, of Horton Park, Hythe, Kent. b. 1861. Oxford.

Kitchin, Thomas Milward, 1848. Son of Rev. Isaac Kitchin, Rector of St. Stephens, Ipswich. b. 1833. Stock Exchange. Great Down, near Farnham.

Kitchiner, William Brown, 1818, b. 1804.

Kitson, Ellis Puget, 1827, b. 1813. Ball. Coll. Oxf. d. ; 1840.

Knapp, John, 1811-18. Son of Rev. Primatt Knapp, Vicar of Shenley. b. 1800. M.D. of Edinburgh; d. 1857.

Knapp, Primatt, 1811-17. Brother of the above, b. 1799. Merton Coll. Oxf. Rector of Shenley Mansell, Bucks.

Knapp, William Frederick, 1856-58, b. 1842. Army Surgeon, India. Professor of Anatomy.

Knapp, William Jerome, 1819. Son of Jerome Knapp. b. 1809. Barrister of the Middle Temple.

Knight, Frederick Winn, 1828. Son of John Knight, of Wolverley, Worc. b. 1812. Secretary to the Poor Law Board 1852. Has been M.P. for West Worcestershire since 1841.

Knighton (Sir) William Wellesley (Bart.) 1822. Son of Sir William Knighton, Bart. b. 1811. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Blendworth Lodge, Hants.

Knollys, William Wallingford, 1873. Eldest son of Major William W. Knollys, and grandson of Sir W. Knollys. b. 1862.

Knox,* Henry, 1835-39, b. 1823. Late of the 84th Regt.

Knox, Thomas Vesey Melville, 1878. Son of Charles J. Knox, of the Indian Civil Service, b. 1865.

Knyvett, George Henry Williams, 1823. Son of Charles Knyvett, Instructor of Music to the Royal Family. b. 1813. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Registration Office, Somerset House; d. 1840.

Knyvett,* Sumner Felix, 1852-56, b. 1839.

Koe, Lancelot Charles, 1876. Son of Stephen L. Koe, 8, St. Michael's Place, Brighton.

Kymer, John, 1823, b. 1810. Finished his education at Geneva. No Profession; died 1878.

Kynaston, Spencer William, 1818, b. 1808. Writer in India; d. 1829.