William Richard Killigrew

(24 February 1811 - before 4 July 1811)
     William Richard Killigrew was christened on 24 February 1811 in Chatham, Kent. He was the son of William Killigrew and Elizabeth Unknown.
     William died before 4 July 1811 in Chatham, Kent. This may be an older brother or even his father; another William was buried there 3 Jun 1810. He was buried on 4 July 1811 in Chatham.

Elizabeth Killingworth

(5 September 1567 - before 1568)
     Elizabeth Killingworth was christened on 5 September 1567 in St Leonard, Eastcheap, London. She was the daughter of John Killingworth and Margaret Hayes.
     Elizabeth died before 1568.

Elizabeth Killingworth

(10 October 1568 - before 1583)
     Elizabeth Killingworth was christened on 10 October 1568 in St Leonard, Eastcheap, London. She was the daughter of John Killingworth and Margaret Hayes.
     Elizabeth died before 1583.

Elizabeth Killingworth

(23 June 1583 - 8 January 1589/90)
     Elizabeth Killingworth was christened on 23 June 1583 in St Leonard, Eastcheap, London, England. She was the daughter of John Killingworth and Margaret Hayes.
     Elizabeth was buried on 8 January 1589/90 in St Leonard Eastcheap, London. Elizabeth, dauagter of John Killingworth.

Faith Killingworth

(24 March 1593/94 - before 18 May 1647)
     Faith Killingworth was also known as Fanny in records. She was christened on 24 March 1593/94 in St Benet Gracechurch, London. She was described as the daughter of John Killingworth of London. She was the daughter of John Killingworth and Frances Pillington.
     Faith Killingworth married Unknown Newman before 1619.
     Faith Killingworth married William Marlott as her second husband, on 5 August 1619 in St Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, London. She was described as Faithe Newman, widow. Their marriage settlement dated 4 August 1619, described her as daughter of John Killingworth of London and relict of ... Newman.
     Faith died before 18 May 1647 in Itchingfield, Sussex. She was buried on 18 May 1647 in Itchingfield.

Children of Faith Killingworth and William Marlott

Frances Killingworth

(18 October 1587 - )
     Frances Killingworth was christened on 18 October 1587 in St Michael Bassishaw, London. She was the daughter of John Killingworth and Frances Pillington.

Jane Killingworth

(8 May 1566 - before 1576)
     Jane Killingworth was christened on 8 May 1566 in St Leonard, Eastcheap, London. She was the daughter of John Killingworth and Margaret Hayes.
     Jane died before 1576.

Jane Killingworth

(25 February 1576 - )
     Jane Killingworth was christened on 25 February 1576 in St Botolph Aldgate, London. She was the daughter of John Killingworth and Margaret Hayes.

John Killingworth

(9 January 1563/64 - before 14 September 1625)
     John Killingworth was christened on 9 January 1563/64 in St Leonard, Eastcheap, London. He was the son of John Killingworth and Margaret Hayes.
     John Killingworth married Frances Pillington on 24 July 1586 in St Stephen Walbrook, London.
     Possibly also the father of Johne who was baptised 29 May 1604 at St Botolph Bishopsgate, London and another on 23 Sep 1599 at All Hallows Lombard Street.
     John Killingworth made a will dated 18 September 1624. His will mentions his wife Margaret, his son John of Balliol College, Oxford and daughter Faith, Thomas Marlott, second son of William Marlott of Itchingfield.
     John died before 14 September 1625 in London, England. He was buried on 14 September 1625 in All Hallows, Lombard St, London.
     His will was proved on 15 November 1625 at London. John Killingworth, leather seller of London; by the oath of Jhn Killingwoth the son, Margaret Killingworth the relict having died.

Children of John Killingworth and Frances Pillington

John Killingworth

(before 1540 - 14 September 1625)
     John Killingworth was born before 1540 in England.
     John Killingworth married Margaret Hayes on 7 February 1561/62 in St Leonard, Eastcheap, London, England. John was present at Sybil Killingworth's christening on 8 April 1565 in London.
     John was buried on 14 September 1625 in All Hallows, Lombard St, London.

Children of John Killingworth and Margaret Hayes

John Killingworth

(17 January 1596 - )
     John Killingworth was christened on 17 January 1596 in All Hallows, Lombard St, London. He was the son of John Killingworth and Frances Pillington.
     He was at Balliol College, Oxford when his father wrote his will.

Margaret Killingworth

(17 January 1596 - )
     Margaret Killingworth was christened on 17 January 1596 in St Benet Gracechurch, London. She was the daughter of John Killingworth and Frances Pillington.
     Margaret Killingworth married Thomas Marsh on 12 September 1619 in All Hallows, Lombard St, London.

Richard Killingworth

(30 October 1580 - )
     Richard Killingworth was christened on 30 October 1580 in St Leonard, Eastcheap, London, England. He was the son of John Killingworth and Margaret Hayes.

Sybil Killingworth

(8 April 1565 - 23 March 1580)
     Sybil Killingworth was christened on 8 April 1565 in St Leonard, Eastcheap, London, England. She was the daughter of John Killingworth and Margaret Hayes.
     Sybil was buried on 23 March 1580 in St Leonard Eastcheap, London.

Christina Kilpatrick

(1925 - 2009)
     Christina Kilpatrick was born in 1925.
     Christina Kilpatrick married Thomas Handy, son of Patrick Handy and Mary Kerr, in 1948 in Buckhaven. They had 2 daughters and divorced on 20 Nov 1954.
     Christina died in 2009.

John Kilvington

     John Kilvington married Jane Medley, daughter of Robert Medley and Dorothy Grimston, on 25 August 1702 in Holy Trinity Goodramgate, York, Yorkshire.

Child of John Kilvington and Jane Medley

John Kilvington

     John Kilvington was the son of John Kilvington and Jane Medley.
     He received £7000 in his uncle's will..

Alice Maud Kimpton

(13 March 1883 - )
     Alice Maud Kimpton was also known as Maud in records. She was born on 13 March 1883. She was the daughter of Charles Bishop Kimpton and Eliza Alice Wafford. Alice, Howard and Arthur were listed as the children of Richard Leonard Hawkins in the 1891 census in 30 Ash Grove, Hendon. Alice Maud Kimpton was listed as Richard Leonard Hawkins's daughter in the 1901 census in 40 Ranelagh Rd, Ealing, London.
     She was the only child of the marriage and died unmarried after the Second World War.

Charles Bishop Kimpton

(September 1855 - )
     Charles Bishop Kimpton's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1855 in Islington RD, Middlesex. He was christened on 16 March 1856 in St Mary, Islington, London.
     Charles Bishop Kimpton married Eliza Alice Wafford, daughter of John Henry Wafford and Harriett Haynes, on 29 January 1882 in St Thomas, St Marylebone, London. Charles Bishop Kimpton, 26. widower, athlete, of the parish of St George Hanover Square, son of Richard Frederick Kimpton, deceased gentleman, to, Eliza Alice Wafford, 23, spinster, of 15 Berrett St, daughter of John Wafford, fishmonger. Both signed in the presence of Wallace Wafford.
     According to "FamilySearch" a Charles Bishop Kimpton married in Texas in 1890, which may explain why there is no death yet found in England and his wife re-married c 7 years after their daughter was born.

Child of Charles Bishop Kimpton and Eliza Alice Wafford

Iris Beryl Kinchela

(circa 1925 - )
     Iris Beryl Kinchela was born circa 1925. She was the daughter of Harold Edgar inchela and Esther Rosalie (Tyers)..

Children of Iris Beryl Kinchela

Isabel? Kinconquhar or Bruce?

(circa 1270 - )
     Lady Isabel, married secondly, to an earl of Athol; and thirdly, to Alexander Bruce, by whom she had a son of the same name. Among the charters of Robert the Bruce is one to Isobel countess of Athol and Alexander Bruce her son, of the lands of Dulven and Sannaykis. Two others are granted to Isabell de Atholia and Alexander Bruce, ‘filio suo nepoti nostro,’ of the lands of Balgillo in Forfarshire. Isabel? Kinconquhar or Bruce? was also known as de Kilconquhar in records.
     She is the one (sometimes called Isabel Bruce, sister or half sister of Robert the Bruce) who married Thomas Randolph.
     Isabel? Kinconquhar or Bruce? married Thomas Randolph (of Strathdon), son of Thomas Randolph. Lady Isabel, married, first, to Sir Thomas Randolph of Strathdon, high-chamberlain of Scotland, by whom she had Thomas earl of Moray, regent of Scotland. Isabel? Kinconquhar or Bruce? was born circa 1270 in Scotland. The daughter of Adam de Kilconquhar & Marjory Carrick according to Scott, therefore half sister to Robert the Bruce. She was the daughter of Adam de Kilconquhar and Marjorie Carrick Countess of Carrick.

Child of Isabel? Kinconquhar or Bruce? and Thomas Randolph (of Strathdon)

John Kine

(say 1740 - )
     John Kine was born say 1740 in Jevington, Sussex.
     John Kine married Mary Putland, daughter of John Putland and Elizabeth Reade, on 15 January 1766 in Willingdon, Sussex.

Margaret Kinealy or Kennealy

(before 1830 - )
     Margaret Kinealy or Kennealy was born before 1830 in Cork, Ireland.
     Margaret Kinealy or Kennealy married William Colbert (of Cloyne), son of Patrick Colbert and Bridget A'Hearn, before 1841 in Cork.

Children of Margaret Kinealy or Kennealy and William Colbert (of Cloyne)

Alice Merle King

(6 April 1924 - October 1994)
     Alice Merle King was born on 6 April 1924.
     Alice Merle King married Edward Albert Daniels, son of Albert Daniels and Doris May Seamer ? MacDonald ?, circa 1945 in Melbourne, Victoria.
     Alice died in October 1994 in Buderim, Queensland, aged 70.

Ann King

(circa 1730 - )
     Ann King was born circa 1730.
     Ann King married John Vodry, son of John Vodry and Mary Clark, on 4 February 1749/50 in St John, Barbados.

Children of Ann King and John Vodry

Ann King

     Ann King married Thomas Osborn, son of Robert Osborn and Elizabeth Dunn, on 13 September 1737 in Croydon, Surrey.

Ann Maria KING

(circa 1845 - )
     Ann Maria KING was born circa 1845 in Boxford, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John KING and Maria Harper. Ann and Susan were listed as the children of John KING in the 1851 census in Boxford, Suffolk.

Bridie Judith Evelyn King

(8 October 1952 - )
     Bridie Judith Evelyn King was born on 8 October 1952 in Sydney, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Ulick Frederick Sydney King and Joan Vivian Dunbar.

Child of Bridie Judith Evelyn King

Cecil George Charles King

(6 August 1881 - 9 December 1942)
     Cecil George Charles King was buried in the Cemetery, Hampstead. He was born on 6 August 1881 in Gunnersbury, Middlesex. He was the son of George Frederick King and Alice Elizabeth Bowker.
     Cecil died on 9 December 1942 in Middlesex, aged 61.

Daisy May King

(1890 - 3 September 1962)
     Daisy May King was born in 1890.
     Daisy May King married William Weston MacKenzie, son of William MacKenzie and Lily Weston, in 1920 in Victoria. Daisy arrived in the area to teach piano and singing to Molly McKenzie and her sisters Jean and Annie.
     Her nephew George came to stay with them. He was the son of Daisy's sister Lilly. During 1926/27 at the age of nine or ten, George Andrew Beecher arrived at William and Daisy's to help out at the dairy and many other chores. George's older brother James Raymond- known a Ray - had previously been on the farm to help out and on his return to Melbourne was replaced by George. (Ray died of TB after the Second World War and George was a P.O.W. in the Japanese Changi camp for many years until the end of the war returning home to live with his Mother and Father - marrying many years later).
On George's first day of school at Mack's Creek, he was thrown on the back of Stan Davis' horse for the ride on the sand track to school to meet his new teacher - Mr. Lofts? Being from the city George was encouraged by the other children to wander through the rabbit traps they had set up for a bit of a laugh.
George remembers leaving the skinned rabbits out under hessian bags to be collected for pocket money, sometimes using it to go to the pictures at the Regent in Yarram by walking along the railway line. it was quicker this way as you could not be sure of a lift into town along the road. Daisy would go into town with horse (Clydesdale) and jinker as the farm did not have any vehicles. On a Saturday night with kero lamps in hand they would all walk over to D.T.'s and George would play with the children, Don, David and Lilly.
In his teenage years George returned from Melbourne to holiday at Mack's Creek. In training for professional cycle racing he would follow the postie - Tommy Cook on his run from Yarram to Traralgon trying to catch up with the vehicle as Tommy delivered mail, nuts and bolts and other specialty items requested by the neighbours.
George has fond memories of fun and hard working times at Mack's Creek and was thrilled to be at the Muster 13th June, 1999 - renewing old acquaintances and arranging return visits to reminisce.
     Daisy died on 3 September 1962 in Macks Creek, Won Wron, Victoria. She was buried on 5 September 1962 in Yarram.