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'Index: K', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 2: August-December 1543 (1902), pp. 487-490. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76793 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Kar or Cars or Carres, Mons. de, I. 298, 349, 557, 562.

Karken, Yorks. See Carkin.

Karmerden, Karmerdeyn, Karmerdyn, Karmerthen. See Carmarthen.

Karre. See Kerr.

Karsey, Hen., I. g. 981 (99).

Katharine Howard, Queen (Aug. 1540 to Nov. 1541), I. 44 (p. 29), 284.

-, -, lands of, I. g. 226 (86), 623 (51).

Katharine Parr
-, Queen (12 July 1543), wife 1st of Edward lord Borough, 2nd of John lord Latimer (who died before March 1543), and 3rd of Henry VIII., I. 443 ("Lady Latimer"), 740, 854, 865, 873, 875, 886, 894, 918-19, 954-5
-, II. 37-8, 39, 219, 354, 501, 516, 530-1.

-, -, letter from, I. 918.

-, -, letter to, II. 531.

-, -, dresses for, I. 443.

-, -, licence for her marriage with Henry VIII., I. 854.

Kavanaghes
-, (Cavanaghes, Cavanaghs), the Irish family, I. 646
-, II. 124.

Kaynesdowne. See Tarrant, Keynstone.

Kayngham, Yorks. See Keyingham.

Keal, West- (Westkele), Linc., I. p. 551.

Kechen, Kechin or Kechyn. See Kitchen.

Keir, in Scotland. See Sterling, Jas.

Keith, Robert, brother of the Earl Marishal, I. 499.

Kele or Keyle, —, printer, I. 384, 447, 456.

Kelingholme. See Killingholme.

Kellewaye. See Kelway.

Kelloe (Kellowe, Kello, Kelloo), in the Merse, II. 297-8, 309.

Kelly, Oliver, II. g. 529 (24).

Kelsame or Kesham, Peter, II. 546 (pp. 301. 303).

Kelso
-, (Kelsoo, Kelsoye), in Scotland, I. 817
-, II. 195, 295.

-, abbey, I. 12.

Kelvedon, Essex, I. g. 100 (10).

Kelway (Kellewaye), Mr., the Pensioner, I. 960.

-, -, his brother slain, I. 960.

- (Calaway), Sir John, I. 832 (p. 467).

- (Caileway, Calawaye, Cayleweye). Wm., I. 832 (pp. 467, 469 bis).

Kemerton (Kennemerton), Glouc., II. g. 449 (8).

Kemmylspeth, on the Scottish Border, II. 538 (p. 285).

Kempe, —, II. 546 (p. 303).

-, Andrew, II. 546 (p. 312).

-, Chr., I. g. 623 (73).

-, Clement, I. p. 552.

-, John, I. g. 346 (65).

-, Lewis, II. g. 449 (5).

- (Kemp), Thos., I. 655.

-, Wm., vicar of Northgate in Canterbury, II. 546 (pp. 300, 309, 357).

Kempsey (Kemsey), Wore., I. g. 981 (57, 77).

Kempstone (Kempston). Norf., I, g. 476 (16).

Kempten, in Swabia, abbot of (Campidunensis), I. 519 (2).

Kempton, Kenton or Cold Kenyngton, Midd., I. p. 556.

Kemsey, Wore. See Kempsey.

Kemyes, Thos., II. 231 (p. 119).

Kemys, David Morgan, I. g. 226 (28).

-, John, I. g. 226 (28).

Kendal or Kirkby
-, (Kyrby) in Kendale, Westmld., I. p. 557 :—g. 981 (26, 34)
-, II. g. 327 (16).

Kenelworth. See Kenilworth.

Kenerdale, Wm., II. 546 (p. 299).

Kenfig (Kenfegg), co. Glamorgan, II. g. 107 (22).

Kenilworth (Kenelworth), Warw., abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 73) :—g. 981 (20, 62, 77).

Kennedy, Archibald, brother of the earl of Cassillis, I. 61.

-, Arthur, I. 61.

-, David, brother of the earl of Cassillis, I. 61.

-, Gilbert, earl of Cassillis, q.v.

-, (Kennadie), James, of Blairquhan, signature of, I. 945.

-, Thomas, laird of Coif, uncle of the earl of Cassillis, I. 61.

Kennemerton. See Kemerton.

Kennet, the Berkshire river, I. g. 346 (27).

Kennet, East (Estkennet), Wilts, I. p. 550.

Kenninghall, Norf., I. g. 226 (63).

Kennington (Kenyngton), Berks, II. g. 529 (10).

Kennington, Kent, II. 546 (p. 304).

Kensey, Eliz., I. g. 981 (109).

-, Hugh, I. g. 981 (109).

Kensington. Midd., I. g. 226 (75).

-, Bulfre Grove, I. g. 226 (75).

-, Dorkyng Hernes, I. g. 226 (75).

-, Nuttyngwood, I. g. 226 (75).

Kent, I. 500, 538 (p. 314), 565, 644, 655, 832 (pp. 467, 469) :—g. 475 (6) 542 (3), 546.

-, clerk of the peace. See Barrowe, J.

-, heresy in, I. 500
-, II. 546.

-, sheriff of, II. g. 449 (79). See Style, H. (1543-4).

Kent, Margaret countess of, II. 231 (p. 123).

Kent, the maid of (Eliz. Barton). II. 546 (p. 301).

Kenton, Midd. See Kempton.

Kenton (Keynton, Keyton), Suff., I. g. 346 (34).

Kenyngton, Berks. See Kennington.

Kerkey, Mons. de. See Créqui.

Kermerden. See Carmarthen.

Kerquey. See Créqui.

Kerrybullok (Carribulloke), Cornw., I. 346 (1).

Kerse (Carssye, Carssie), the laird of. See Menteith, W.

Kersley, Warw. See Carsley.

Kerr (Carr), —, captain of the Mary Willoughby, I. 91 (3).

-, —, of Gadshaw, II. g. 451.

-, Andrew, of Fernyhirst. I. 592 (p. 344)
-, II. 274, 332, 523.

-, -, his son, II. 274.

- (Carre), Dan (i.e. Andrew), II. 295.

- (Carre), Dandy (i.e. Andrew), of Littleton, I. 903, 910.

- (Karre), Jorde (i.e. George), II. 309.

- (Carr, Carre, Ker), Mark, I. 4, 592 (p. 344), 827, 842, 868, 903, 910, 924, 945
-, II. 14, 15 ("espial"), 29, 295.

-, -, signature of, I. 945.

- (Karre), Thos., II. 309.

- (Car), Walter, laird of Cessford (Sesford, Sesforth), warden of the Middle Marches of Scotland, I. 291, 580, 592 (pp. 342, 344), 868, 903, 910, 923, 945, 975
-, II. 295, 309, 372, 422 (p. 225), 523.

-, -, signature of, I. 945.

-, Walter, laird of Graden (Graydon), Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1), 61, 436 (f. 87)
-, II. 231 p. 126).

Kerrs
-, (Carres), the Scottish family, I. 140, 592 (p. 344), 670, 897, 904, 910, 923, 937, 975, 978
-, II. 68, 70, 108, 131, 133, 181, 184, 195, 244, 274, 319, 510.

Kershope (Crissope), Over and Nether-, in Scotland, II. 422 (p. 225).

Kershope Head (Kirkshop Hed), on the Scottish Border, II. 538 (p. 285).

Kesham. See Kelsame.

Kesteven, division of Lincolnshire, I. g. 474 (28).

Ketching. See Kitchin.

Kettyll, Ralph, I. p. 551.

Kevenglith, co. Carmarthen, I. p. 556.

Kew (Keyo), Surr., II. 348.

Key, Thos., I. g. 981 (19).

Keyes. See Keys.

Keyingham (Kayngham), Yorks., I. pp. 552, 554.

Keyle. See Kele.

Keynesham (Keynsham), Soms., abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 45).

Keynton, Suff. See Kenton.

Keyo. See Kew.

Keys (Keyes), Ric., captain of Sandgate, II. 231. (pp. 121, 128).

Keyton, Suff. See Kenton.

Kiel (Kyll), in Holstein, II. 152.

-, letter dated at, II. 114.

Kilburn (Kylbourne), Midd., nunnery (supp.), I. 436 (f. 57).

Kilburn (Kilborne), Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Kilburn, Nether- (Netherkylborne), Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Kildare. See Fitzgerald, G.

Kilham (Kyllom), Nthld., II. g. 538 (p. 285).

Killigrewe, —, II. 546 (p. 298).

- Benedict, II. g. 327 (6)

- John, I. g. 623 (99).

Killimore, in Ireland, I. 634 (? "Kyllacmaro").

Killingholme (Kelingholme), Linc., II. g. 449 (58).

Kilmacduagh (Kilmacoudg), bpric. of, in Ireland, I. 634.

Kilmainham
-, (Kilmagnan, Kylmaynan), in Ireland, I. 889-90, 895
-, II. 524.

- letters dated at, I. 646, 912.

Kilmaurs, lord. See Glencairn, earl.

Kilmawres, Master of, Glencairn's son, II. 127.

Kilspindy, in Scotland. See Douglas, of K.

Kilvington, Yorks., I. p. 551 bis.

Kilvington, North-, Yorks., I. p. 551.

Kilwinning abbey, in Scotland, II. 498.

Kimberworth, Yorks., I. g. 226 (93), 474 (1, 8), 476 (12).

Kimpton. Herts, I. g. 226 (79 p. 131, 82), 981 (95).

Kinfare (Kynvare), Staff., I. g. 981 (30).

King, John, II. 533.

-, Matthew, II. g. 449 (21).

-, Ric., I. p. 556.

-, Thos., I. 436 (f. 76) :—p. 551.

Kinges Ende, Heref. See Kinsham.

Kinges Mede priory. See under Derby.

Kinghorn (Kingorn), in Scotland, I. 281.

King's Bench
-, Court of, I. 66 (18, 35)
-, II. 532.

-, seal of, I. 436 (f. 87), 452
-, II. 231 (p. 126).

Kingsland (Kingeslande, Kyngeslane), Heref., I. g. 226 (37).

Kingsmill
-, (Kingesmyll), John, sheriff of Hampshire (1543-4), I. 466, 832 (p. 467)
-, II. 231 (pp. 120 bis, 130) :—g. 449 (79).

Kingsnorth, East- (Estkyngesnoyth), Kent, I. g. 346 (11).

Kingsnorth, West- (Westkyngesnoyth), Kent, I. g. 346 (11).

Kingston, Dors., I. 547.

Kingston upon Hull. See Hull.

Kingston upon Thames, Surr., I. 893 :—p. 557.

Kingston
-, (Kyngeston), Sir Ant., I. 436 (ff. 39, 45, 52, 59, 61), 832 (p. 468) :—p. 550 :—g. 226 (35), 346 (49)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

- John, I. p. 549.

- Mary, widow of Sir. Wm., I. g. 346 (49).

-, Sir Wm., dec., I. g. 226 (35), 346 (49).

Kingswear (Kyngesware), Devon, I. p. 558.

Kingswood, Thos., clk., prb. of Gloucester (1543), I. g. 346 (61).

Kinlett (Kyndlett), Salop, I. g. 981 (53).

Kinnoul (Kynnoule), in Scotland, I. 281 (p. 159).

-, parson of. See Leslie, John.

Kinsale, in Ireland, II. 455.

Kinsham (Caynesham, Kinges Ende), Heref., II. g. 449 (26).

Kintbury, Berks., II. g. 529 (29).

Kirby Bedon (Kirkby Bedon), Norf., II. g. 449 (18).

Kirby Bellers
-, (Kyrkeby Bellers), Leic., I. p. 550
-, II. g. 449 (46).

- priory (supp.), I. pp. 550, 556 :—g. 226 (79 pp. 130-1), II. g. 449 (1, 46).

Kirbythure. See Kirkby Thure.

Kirkbride (Kyrkebride), Cumb., I. g. 981 (60).

Kirkby (Kyrkeby), Yorks., I. g. 981 (11).

Kirkby Bedon, Norf. See Kirby Bedon.

Kirkby Bellers, Leic. See Kirby Bellers.

Kirkby in Cleveland, Yorks., I. g. 266 (66).

Kirkby (Kyrkeby) in Kendall. See Kendal.

Kirkby Knowle (Kirkbye), Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Kirkby Laythorpe, Linc., I. g. 623 (25).

Kirkby Lonsdale (Kyrkeby Londesdale), Westmld., I. g. 981 (26, 34).

Kirkby, South- (Southkyrkeby), Yorks., II. g. 449 (47).

Kirkby Thore (Kyrbythure, Kyrkeby Thure), Westmld., II. g. 449 (17).

Kirkcaldy
-, Sir James, of the Grange, treasurer of Scotland, I. 281 (pp. 158-9), 338, 691
-, II. 76, 181.

Kirk Christ Rushen (Kyrkechriste), I. of Man, I. p. 557.

Kirke, Robt., clk., I. g. 981 (43).

-, Sibilla, abbess of Stratford at Bow, I. 436 (f. 31)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Kirkeby, Ralph, I. g. 226 (11).

Kirkeleston. See Kirkliston.

Kirkestode, Linc.. See Stoke, South.

Kirkham, Lanc.. II. g. 107 (40).

Kirkham priory (supp.), Yorks., I. p. 549.

Kirkham (Kyrkeham), Sir Robt., II. 231 (p. 120).

Kirkheaton. See Heaton.

Kirklecs (Kyrkeleys, Kirkelies), nunnery (supp.), Yorks, near Hartshead, I. g. 802 (71), 981 (9).

Kirk Levington (Kyrkelevynton), Yorks., II. g. 107 (8, 46).

Kirk Linton (Kirklington), Cumb., II. 173 (2).

Kirkliston (Kirkeleston), in Scotland, I. 950.

Kirk Oswald, Cumb., II. 173 (2).

Kirkpatrick, in Scotland, II. 237 (2).

Kirkpatrick Juxta (or Kyrk of Johnston), in Scotland, II. 237 (2).

Kirkshop Hed. See Kershope Head.

Kirkstall abbey (supp.), Yorks., I. g. 981 (9, 11).

Kirkstead (Kyrkestede), Linc., abbey (supp.), I. 441 :—g. 981 (49, 56).

Kirkwall castle, in Scotland, II. 476, 481, 491.

Kirtlebridge (Kyrtill Briges), in Scotland, II. 237 (2).

Kirton
-, Robt., I. 436 (f. 31)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Kitchen
-, (Kechyn, Kychen), Dr. Ant., abbot of Ensham, I. g. 981 (81)
-, II. 231 (p. 122), 546 (p. 336).

- (Kechin, Ketching, Kechen, Kychyn), John, I. g. 346 (21-2), 623 (79)
-, II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 107 (1), 241 (2).

Kitson, Kath., II. g. 529 (2).

-, Mary, I. 436 (f. 25).

-, Sir Thos., I. g. 981 (16).

Knappe, John, II. g. 529 (29).

-, Plesana, II. g. 529 (29).

Knapton or Knapton in Hartfordeheth. Yorks., I. g. 623 (37).

Knapwell (Knappewell), Camb., II. g. 107 (25.)

Knaresborough, Yorks., Crossed Friars (supp.) of St. Robert, I. p. 549.

Knebworth (Knepworth), Herts, I. g. 981 (95).

Kneeton (Kneton), Notts., I. g. 623 (4).

Knepworth. Herts. See Knebworth.

Kneton, Notts. See Kneeton.

Knevet or Knevett. See Knyvett.

Knevettes, Ntht., I. g. 981 (49).

Knight
-, William, bp. of Bath and Wells, I. 533, 578 :—g. 100 (32), 226 (4, 69)
-, II. 231 (p. 119), 315.

-, -, letter to, II. 315.

Knight, Eliz., I. g. 981 (21).

-, Frideswide, I. p. 548
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

- John, I. g. 981 (21)
-, II. 520, 546 (p. 301) :—g. 529 (29).

-, Ric., II. g. 449 (62).

- Robt., I. g. 623 (91).

-, Thos., prior of Spalding, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, Thos., clerk of the Signet, clerk of the Parliaments (1543), I. 67 (2, 4) :—g. 623 (77)
-, II. g. 107 (44, 49).

-, Thos., I. 436 (f. 50) :—g. 100 (13), 981 (46)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

-, Wm., I. 484.

Knightley
-, Sir Edm., I. p. 555
-, II. g. 107 (53).

- Wm., II. g. 529 (6).

-, Winifred, II. g. 529 (6).

Knighton, Thos., II. 231 (p. 120).

Knoll
-, Kent, now Knole or Knole Park, near Sevenoaks, I. 436 (ff. 73, 76, 78-9, 80)
-, II. 231 (pp. 123, 124 passim. 128-9, 131)

Knolles, Fras. 1832 (pp. 467, 469).

Knossington, Leic., I. p. 553.

Knottesforde, Eliz., I. 436 (f. 11).

-, Jas, I. 436 (f. 51).

Knowles, Sir Wm., customer of Hull, I. 299.

Knyfton, Matth., I. g. 226 (25).

Knyvett, Anne, wife of Sir Henry, I. 66 (c. 46).

- (Knevett), Sir Ant., knight porter of Calais, black rod of Windsor castle (1536 to 1543), I. 195, 436 (f. 86), 565, 967
-, II. 199, 231 (p. 130) :—g. 449 (12).

-, -, signature, I. 967.

- (Knevyt, Knevet), Sir Henry, ambassador to Charles V. (Nov. 1540 to April, 1542), I. 50, 66 (c. 46), 71, 106, 436 (f. 78), 873 :—g. 474 (29)
-, II. 190, 211 (p. 110), 231 (pp. 123 bis, 125 quater), 517.

-, -, letter to, II. 190.

- (Knevitt), Wm., II. 530.

Kokkermouthe. See Cockermouth.

Königsberg, in Prussia, I. 20.

-, letter dated at, II. 284.

Kootes. See Cootes.

Kosciuszko. See Coziesky.

Kronstadt (Corona), in Transylvania, pastor of, II. 200.

Kukkold, Yorks. See Coxwold.

Kychen or Kychyn. See Kitchen.

Kylbefe. See Quilleboeuf.

Kylden, John, I. p. 553.

Kylgramhowe, Yorks., II. g. 107 (18).

Kyll. See Kiel.

Kyllacmaro. See Killimore.

Kyllebyffe. See Quilleboeuf.

Kyllom, Nthld. See Kilham.

Kyllyvons, Hen., II. g. 529 (9).

Kyloe (Kyllowe), Nthld., I. 141.

Kylygoygam parish, Monm., II. g. 529 (31).

Kyme, Linc., priory (supp.), I. g. 476 (4).

Kyndlett. See Kinlett.

Kyndon, John, II. g. 107 (13, 21).

Kynges Meades. See under Derby.

Kynwolmershe, Eliz., I. g. 226 (64).

-, Ric., I. g. 226 (64).

Kyrby in Kendall. See Kendal.

Kyrebye, Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Kyrkeharbery. See Arbory.

Kyrkeleys. See Kirklees.

Kyrkelownam. See Lonan Church.

Kyrkemalewe. See Malew Church.

Kyrke Saynton. See Santon Church.

Kyrkynshawe, Lanc., II. g. 107 (1).



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