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Devon Genealogies - K


Stanley, Michael. Mid-Devon Kelland families. London: Keland/Kellond Family Circle, (1996) [14] pages, [51] leaves : ill., chiefly geneal. tables. [BL 929.242 K28s]
Stanley, Michael. Kelland/Kellond family charts: South Devon. Walsall: Keland/Kellond Family Circle, 1997.
Stanley, Michael. South Devon Kelland families, London, Kelland Family Circle (1997) 1 vol: cfly gen tables. [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/KEL]
Kelland family. London: June Bennett, 1988- . [Raymond: Many useful articles, separate index for vols 1-5, 1988-90.]
See also Totnes.


See Ashprington.


See Chawleigh.


Kelly, Margaret and Mary Kelly. The Kelly book. [s.l.]: [The Authors?] (1954) 207p. [Westcountry Studies Library 929.2/KEL]
See also Kelly.


See Exeter.


Gresty, Richard J. Kenwood: a Devonshire family. Fleet: [The Author] (1978) [3], 36, vi leaves:ill, maps. [Westcountry Studies Library x929.2/KEN]


See Crediton and Sidbury.


See Kingsbridge and Ringmore.


Honer, Douglas E. The Keslake family: with additional notes on the Rowell family. [s.l.]: [D.E.Honer] (1981) 21 leaves, plates: ill, maps. [Westcountry Studies Library px929.2/KES]
See also Lympstone.


Cornish, Vaughan. Kestell, Clapp and Cornish: records of home life and travel. London: Sifton Praed (1947) 145p, 9 of pls; ports. [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/COR]


See Kentisbeare.


See Cornwood.


See Plymouth.


Kingdon, A.S. The Kingdon family: a second look. Privately published, (1974) [i]iii,87 leaves : ill.. [Raymond: Also supplements, 1975 and 1977, Includes pedigrees.] [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/KIN]
Kingdon, F.B. The Kingdon family. London: Stanley Press, (1932) [ix],188p: ill,tables. [Raymond: Of Devon, medieval-20th c., includes pedigrees.] [Westcountry Studies Library 929.2/KIN] [Full text]
Kingdon, R.D. The Origns of the Kingdons, Brown Dog Books (2017) 55 pp. [Full text]


See Clovelly.


See Feniton.


See Torquay St Marychurch.


See Parkham.


Knapman, David. The Knapman Family of Throwleigh, Drewsteignton and South Tawton, on the northern edge of Dartmoor, from 1500 to the Civil War. The Author (May 2015) 119 pp. [PDF]
Knapman, David. The Wider Knapman Family. An account of all known instances of families and individuals named Knapman (or close variants of the name) from about 1650 to 1850, and their origins, where known. The Author (May 2015) 211 pp. [PDF]
Knapman, David. The Knapman Surname - An 1841 Snapshot, Devon Family Historian, vol. 140, (2011) pp.14-16.


See Witheridge.


See Axminster.


Knighton, Charles and Du Cane, R.A. The Knightons - A Devonshire Family, Devon Family Historian, vol. 140, (2011) pp.33-34.


See Plymouth.


See Ashburton.