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KADWALADR ( CADWALADR ), SION ( JOHN , SIONYN ), fl. 1750-1765, writer of ballads and interludes ;

KATHERYN of BERAIN (‘ Catrin o'r Berain,1534/5 -1591), ‘Mam Cymru ’ (‘The mother of Wales ’) .

KELSALL, JOHN ( fl. 1683-1743), Quaker diarist ;

KELSEY, Alfred John ( Jack ) (1929 -1992), association football player .

KEMBLE, CHARLES (1775 -1854), actor ;

KEMEYS and KEMEYS-TYNTE family, ofCefn Mabli, Mon.

KENRICK family ofWynn Hall, Denbs., andBron Clydwr, Mer.

KENTIGERN (Welsh CYNDEYRN ), or MUNGO (518? -603),saint, the founder of Glasgow .

KENWARD, JAMES (Elfynydd ; fl. 1868), writer and poet

KENYON family,Gredington, Flints., andPeel Hall, Lancs.

KILVERT, ROBERT FRANCIS (1840 -1879), cleric and diarist ;

KINSEY, WILLIAM MORGAN (1788 -1851), cleric and traveller ;

KITCHIN, ANTHONY ( alias Dunstan before his consecration),1477 -1563 ; bishop of Llandaff ,1545-63,

KNIGHT, HENRY HEY (1795 -1857), cleric and antiquary ;

KNIGHT, WILLIAM BRUCE (1785 -1845),Welsh scholar, ecclesiastic, and administrator ;

KYFFIN, EDWARD ( DWB , 537-8).

KYFFIN, MORRIS ( c. 1555 -1598), writer and soldier ;

KYFFIN, RICHARD , dean of Bangor ( c. 1480-1502 ).