Medieval English families on the internet: K
- Kellogg, c.1448-1831
(Mark A. Wentling) [not available, 17 March 2017; see the Internet Archive's copy of this page, from July 2008]
Includes an account of the 16th-century Essex Kelloggs, with notes on a suit in the Court of Requests
- The Family of Kemmis
(Colin Kemmis/John L. and Irene Kemmis)
Extensive (unpublished?) account, including detailed narrative pedigrees of a number of families named Kemmis, Camoys
and variants, several beginning in medieval times (in progress)
- Kingesley of Kingesley
(Matthew Ortiz, Ortiz-Cowger Genealogy Database)
[formerly at http://members.nbci.com/ocgenealogy/hckinges.htm; not available, 2 November 2003]
Scanned chart pedigree from Ormerod's History of Cheshire (2nd edn, 1882)
- Kirkman One-Name Study (Tony Kirkman, Guild of One-Name Studies)
Includes notes on the origin of the surname and early occurrences in Yorkshire and elsewhere.
- A reconstruction of the probable descent from Sir Conan de Kirketon, Knight (Jonathan Grenville Kirton, this site)
A very detailed account (343 pages) of the descent of the Kirketon / Kirton / Kearton family, originating at Kirton-in-Holland, Lincolnshire, between the 12th and 19th centuries, with copious extracts from records and heraldic illustrations.
- New Conclusions and Source Records for the Studies of the Kirketon ... etc. name, especially in Grinton Parish, in Swaledale and throughout Richmondshire ..., between 1250 and 1800 (Jonathan Grenville Kirton, this site)
An account of the author's branch of the family, giving more detail for the period between the 16th and 19th centuries, mainly in Yorkshire.
- Kirketon/Kirton chart pedigree (Jonathan Grenville Kirton, this site)
Extensive chart pedigree of the Kirketon/Kirton family, 13th century to 20th century, including illustrations and heraldry.
- The Ruin at Kirton (Jonathan Grenville Kirton, this site)
Discussion of a ruined gatehouse formerly at Kirton in Holland, Lincolnshire, associated with the de Kirketon family.
- The Arches and Knolls (John Schuerman, this site)
Paper discussing the Arches and Knoll families of Lancashire and Yorkshire in the 12th-14th centuries.
- Knyveit or Knevit (David Blackwell)
[not available, 14 October 2008; see the Internet Archive's copy of this page]
13th-15th centuries; extract from The American Ancestors
of Oratio Dyer Clark and of his wife Laura Ann King
by J.E. Salisbury and G.C. Martin (1917)