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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

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Kae, John (1679), XVI. 104. See Kay, Keay.

Kalendars of Scottish Saints, VII. xvi.

Kames, Lord. See Home, Henry.

Kanny, Sir Thomas, chaplain, XVII. App. 13.

Kant. See Cant.

Kay, Alexander, farmer, XV. 185, 186. See Kae, Keay.

Kay, Bailie (1856), XIV. 156.

Kay, Charles, minister of South Leith, XVI. 111.

Kay, Cornelius, XV. 171, 172, 184, 187-91, 197.

Kay, Edward, Burlaw bailie, XV. 176, 184.

Kay, George, minister of Old Greyfriars, V. 174 and n.

Kay, John, II. 153 ; his etchings of street traders, 177, 181, 182, 186, 190, 204, 207, 209; III. 231; VIII. 194; IX. 90-1; Original Portraits, 98, 183, 218, 222 ; XIV. 147, 171, 181; XVII. 8; XVIII. 167 ; unproduced portrait of ‘Claudero,’ App. 14; etchings of Hon. Basil Cochrane, XX. 42-3 ; of Angelo, riding master, 124; of Adams, riding master, 144; App. 34.

Kay, Thomas, farmer, XV. 185, 187, 196, 200, 201.

Kay, Thomas, V. 173, 175, 185; demits membership of Speculative Society, 17 7, 178.

Kay's Close, XII. 142.

Keay, James, advocate, III. 115, 121. See Kae, Kay.

Keddie, Mrs., beneficiary of Candlemakers, XVII. 126.

Keeper of Royal Park of Holyroodhouse, XVIII. 185-7.

Kein, John, baker, X. 199, 203. See Kene, Keyne.

Kein, Patrick, VI. 136.

Keir, Adam, baker, XVIII. 160.

Keir, Adam, junior, XVIII. 160, 164.

Keir, Joseph, warded, XII. 195.

Keir, Patrick, Kincardine, II. 97.

Keir, William, baker, XII. 29.

Keir Street, XVIII. 159-60.

Keirchtoun, Alexander, V. 110.

Keith, Alexander, warded, VIII. 137 ; XII. 195.

Keith, Andrew, VI. 120.

Keith, Bishop, compiles Catalogue of Scottish Bishops at Bonnyhaugh, XIX. 169.

Keith, Elizabeth, granddaughter of fifth Earl Marischal, III. 244 n., 249.

Keith, Major George, of Whytrigs, VI. 111.

Keith, George, quaker, V. 148, 149.

Keith, James, print-seller, XVII. 5.

Keith, Katherine, XIX. 169.

Keith, Robert, III. 153, 154.

Keith, Sir William, XVI. 29.

Keith, William, accountant, III. 174.

Kelburn, laird of, XIII. 131. See Boyle of Kelburn.

Kellie, Alexander, third Earl of, XVIII. 28.

Kellie, Charles, seventh Earl of, XVIII. 29.

Kellie, Christian, XII. 167.

Kellie, Edward, XX. 8, 9.

Kellie, John, baxter, Dunbar, XII. 185, 195.

Kellie, Thomas, sixth Earl of, well-known figure at dancing assemblies, XIX. 72 ; noted musician, 198, 215.

Kellie, Thomas Erskine, ninth Earl of, his house at St. James's Square, II. 172.

Kello, John, dagmaker, XIX. 22.

Kello, John, cutler, XIX. 25.

Kello, Lady, XIX. 52, 90.

Kello, Robert, vintner, XVIII. 175.

Kelloch's Close, XII. 40.

Kelly, Earls of. See Kellie.

Kelly, William, W.S., X. 238.

Kelly, and O'Neil, highway robbers, XIV. 159.

Kelman, Alexander (1689), XVI. 182.

Kelvin (Kelvie), Thomas, XI. 55, 57.

Kelway, Master, XVI. 9, 14.

Kemble, Stephen, II. 163; builds ‘The Circus,’ 174.

Kemnay, Thomas, VI. 128.

Kemp, George M., architect of Scott Monument, XI. App. 18.

Kemp, Dr. John, minister of Tolbooth parish, V. 170, 172, 178, 186, 188.

Kene, Richard, writer, his charter of land in Cowgate, XI. 131. See Kein, Keyne.

Kenmure, Viscount, XVI. 53.

Kennedy, Andrew, of Closeburn, IX. 164; XI. 36, 56; XII. 54, 180.

Kennedy, Mrs. Ann, XII. 54.

Kennedy, Sir Archibald, of Culzean, VIII. 150.

Kennedy, Cornelius, VIII. 86.

Kennedy, David, of Craig, XIV. App. 21.

Kennedy, David, bailie of Portsburgh, VIII. 151.

Kennedy, Donald, chairman, IX. 218.

Kennedy, Halbert, XI. 67, 69.

Kennedy, Herbert, regent in Philosophy, VIII. 84, 93, 96-100; accused of frequenting taverns, sabbath-breaking and swearing, 86-7 ; threatens to ‘beat the putrified souls ’ out of his students, 87 ; his defence, 87-92 n.

Kennedy, Hugh (1690), minister, VIII. 90.

Kennedy, Hugh (1757), minister of Cavers, IV. 28.

Kennedy, James, conservator of Scottish Staple at Veere, XVI. 145.

Kennedy, James (1690), VIII. 90.

Kennedy, James, Pantheon debater, I. 54.

Kennedy, Janet, wife of David Bonar, III. 96.

Kennedy, John, W.S., III. 174.

Kennedy, John, burgess, III. 183.

Kennedy, John, skinner, VI. 64-5.

Kennedy, John, apothecary, VI. 141 ; X. 196 ; XVI. 104.

Kennedy, John, surgeon, XII. 54; XV. 148.

Kennedy, John, vintner, XIII. 121, 123.

Kennedy, John (1734), XII. 76, 135.

Kennedy, (Kennidie), John, in Glenour, XI. 49.

Kennedy, Marjory, III. 183 ; IV. 73 n.

Kennedy, Quintin, W.S., XII. 76; XIV. 83.

Kennedy, Sir Thomas, of Kirkhill, provost, VIII. 86, 99; X. 219n.; XII. 188; XVI. 145, 146, 155, 162; knighted, 151; to continue provost, l52 ; XVII. 84 ; co-partner with Brand for importation of firelocks, XX. 32, 51.

Kennedy, Thomas, son of Sir Thomas Kennedy, provost, VIII. 86.

Kennedy, Sir Thomas, of Culzean, IV. 108.

Kennedy, Thomas, of Dunure, dweller in Fountainbridge, XX. 50-1.

Kennedy, Thomas, merchant (1681), X. 219 n.

Kennedy, Thomas, tack of St. Paul's Work, XVII. 64

Kennedy, Thomas F., of Dunure, III. 115, 154.

Kennedy's Close, III. 158; XI. 7; XII. 54, 55, 76; XIV. 58; XIX. 50, 56, 76, 77.

Kennet, Lord. See Bruce, Robert

Kennett, William, VI. 120.

Kennoth, Matho, flesher, XVI. 6.

Ker, Andrew, of Littledean, XI. 47. See Kerr.

Ker, Andrew, of Morriston, IV. 123.

Ker, Archibald, warded, IX. 129.

Ker, Helen, VIII. 150.

Ker, Isabella. See Sinclair, Lady, of Longformacus.

Ker, James, goldsmith, XIX. 52.

Ker, James (1619), X. 228, 238.

Ker, James, deacon of Goldsmiths, VIII. 50

Ker, John, of Kersland, VIII. 158.

Ker, John, burgess, I. 82.

Ker, John, hammerman, VIII. 10.

Ker, John, in Shaw, IX. 151.

Ker, John (1624), XII. 48.

Ker, Margaret, Lady Yester, XII. 87.

Ker, Margaret (1619), wife of Thomas Crombie, W.S., X. 238.

Ker, Mark, IV. 123.

Ker, Lord Robert, III. 139.

Ker, Sir Robert, of Cessford, XIII. 113 n.

Ker, Robert, of Broomlands, X. 212 n., 213, 214 n.

Ker, Robert, bailie, V. 71 ; XVII. App. 14.

Ker, Robert, glover, VI. 109, 110.

Ker, Thomas, skinner, VI. 97.

Ker, Sir William, VI. 108, 128; VIII. 119.

Ker, William, of Chatto, XI. 52.

Ker, William, of Ittall, V. 151.

Ker, William, tailor, VIII. 114.

Ker, William (1550), III. 80.

Kerr, Anna, IX. 170. See Ker.

Kerr, Carolina, wife of Lord Provost Kincaid, XII. 142.

Kerr, Lady Charles, XII. 142.

Kerr, George, tailor, XIII. 109.

Kerr, Henry F., map of Edinburgh in mid-eighteenth century, with explanatory note, XI. 1-3; list of authorities, 4-5; index of localities, 6-15; list of wynds and closes in ‘ Royal Mile,’ 16- 19; lectures on ‘Old Edinburgh and some of its Buildings,’ App. 4 ; XII. 2, 3 ; The Old Tolbooth of Edinburgh, XIV. 7-23 ; lectures on Tollbooth, App. 8; and on Trinity College Church, XVI. App. 9 ; map compiled by, showing Gabriel's and other old roads, XVII. 76-81 ; on tolbooth and church of Canongate, App. 21-2; on restoration of Greyfriars Church, XVIII. App. 34 ; lectures on ‘Kirk of Field, the Church; and on an Interpretation of the strange Darnley Tragedy Drawing of 1567,’ XIX. App. 11; on ‘Vanished buildings of Old Edinburgh,’ XX. App. 7-8; leader of excursion to Duddingston, 28-30.

Kerr, James, maltman, XII. 125.

Kerr, James, writer, XVIII. 171.

Kerr, John, of Mercington, XIII. 121, 124.

Kerr, Lord Mark, governor of Castle, II. 17 n., 27.

Kerr, Robert, goldsmith, XIII. 113.

Kerr, Thomas, town oficer, XIII. 109.

Kershaw, James, replies in Earnest Appeal to the Public to Erskine's Aspasio Vindicated, VIII. 178; XIX. 110.

Kethert, Thomas, VI. 128.

Ketten, Michael, shoemaker, IV. 86.

Keullen, Robert, IV. 135.

Keyne, Mariota, X. 214 n. See Kein, Kene.

Kid, John, bonfires celebrating execution of, II. 96; VI. 135.

Kid, Margaret, XIX. 123.

Kidd, Peter, minister at Carluke, IX. 160; XI. 62.

Kidd, William, painter, III. 231 n.

Kilbaberton, Lady, VIII. 35.

Kilconcath, William of, III. 38.

Kilcreuch, Lord (Alexander Seton), XIII. 111.

Kilgour, William, macer, VI. 133.

Kilkerran, Lord, XII. 64. See also Fergusson, Sir James

Kilkerran's Court, XII. 64.

Killeith, good wife of, XIII. 124.

Killiecrankie, battle of, XVI. 211.

Killigrew, Henry, ambassador, V. 63; VI. 7; XVI. 13.

Killigrew, William, XVI. 14.

Kilmarnock, Lady, II. 51.

Kilns, X. 223.

Kilpatrick, Captain (1684), IX. 127.

Kilravock, Lady, XIII. 105.

Kilspindie, Lady, XIII. 127 and n.

Kilwinning, Lodge, Canongate, XI. 10. See Canongate, Kilwinning Lodge.

Kinblo, John, guild officer, IV. 123.

Kincaid of Kincaid, XX. App. 21. See Kinked.

Kincaid Alexander, provost, XI. 138, 140, 141, 143, 152, 153; XII. 142, 143; his map of Edinburgh, 211, 224; his History of Edinburgh, 225, 226.

Kincaid Ally, V. 171, 189.

Kincaid Archibald (1610), XIX. 182.

Kincaid Archibald, jun., XIX. 182-4.

Kincaid Edward, burgess, IX. 41 n. ; X. 74, 161.

Kincaid Henry, of Warriston, his litigation with town council, X. 102, 138, 143-6, 151.

Kincaid John, of Warriston, IV. 104 ; X. 138, 146; XIX. 154, 182; XX. App. 21.

Kincaid John, in Tranent, V. 97, 102.

Kincaid Katharine, of Warriston, XX. App. 20.

Kincaid Margaret, XIX. 184.

Kincaid Mary, XX. App. 21.

Kincaid Muriel, III. 82.

Kincaid Patrick, XIX. 155.

Kincaid Thomas (1608), XIX. 155.

Kincaid Thomas, deacon of the Surgeons, IV. 123, 124; V. 78.

Kincaid's Close, I. 28 ; XI. 138 ; XII. 142, 154.

Kincaid's Guide to the city, XII. 225.

Kincaid's History of Edinburgh, II. 74, 124; XII. 225, 226.

Kincaid's Land, XII. 142.

Kind Impostor, XI. 166.

Kineff Church, where Regalia was kept, VIII. 206.

Kinfauns, Lord (1633), XVIII. 15.

King, Adam, of Dreden, XII. 28.

King, Alexander, of Dreden, XII. 28.

King, James, advocate, XIII. 125.

King, James (1567), XV. 34.

King, John, covenanter, II. 96 ; VI. 126, 135; XII. 184.

King, John, skinner, VI. 75.

King, Jonet, warded, XII. 178.

King, Margaret (1684), XVI. 124.

King, Robert, messenger, XII. 178.

King's Arms Tavern, XII. 75; XIX. 86.

King's Bridge, XIV. 64; XVIII. 96, 98.

King's Chamber (Castle), V. 32.

King's Close, XII. 28, 29.

King's Common Road, III. 100.

King's Cramond, II. 136.

King's Field (D8117). II. 144; XX. 28.

King's Garden, Holyrood, V. 47 ; XV. 66.

King's Head Inn, III. 158; XI. 10; XII. 109; XIV. 130, 131, 138.

King's Meadow, X. 5, 153 and n.; XIV. 110.

King's Park, Highland army encamp in, II. 25 ; V. 47 ; X. 260 ; XIV. 141 ; review of troops (1855) in, 155 ; within bounds of sanctuary, XV. 64, App. 19; XVI. 95, 117; XVIII. 33; huts in, for plague victims, 129. See also Salisbury Crags.

King's Sergeant, duties of, X. 19.

King's Stables, II. 122; action against owners of, as invaders of Crown property, 123; XIV. 104; origin of, 108-9, 110, 113; sold to Robert Baillie, 114; 115; XVI. 107; part of Castle property, 140.

King's Stables Road, XVIII. 84, 98.

King's Tradesmen, petition to be free of watching, warding, and taxes, XVI. 108, 125.

King's Wall of 1450, XII. 53, 57, 70, 133; XIV. 63-5: XVIII. App. 31 ; XIX. 36.

King's Wark, XIX. 144; XX. App. 9.

Kingsburgh, Lord (Sir J. H. A. Macdonald), XI. App. 17.

Kingston, Archibald, Master of, rioting and deforcement, XV. 84.

Kininmonth, James, chamberlain of Fife, XIII. 127.

Kinked (Kinkead), John, IX. 168; XII. 166. See Kincaid.

Kinloch, Andrew, XII. 41.

Kinloch, Archibald, XII. 79.

Kinloch, Sir David, III. 141.

Kinloch, David (1550), III. 80.

Kinloch, David, skinner, XIII. 113.

Kinloch, David, baxter (1582), XVI. 5. XV. 14 ;

Kinloch, David, XII. 40, 41, 79.

Kinloch, Francis, provost, XII. 40, 79; XV. 101 ; XVI. 80, 82, 120, 129.

Kinloch, Francis, Scots merchant in Paris, XVI. Introd. xxvii.

Kinloch, Henry, burgess, XII. 94, 95, 125.

Kinloch, Hugh, merchant, Canongate, XII. 93.

Kinloch, James, XII. 79.

Kinloch, John, deacon of Skinners, VI. 64, 75, 98, 99, 106.

Kinloch, John, gunsmith, XIX. 11.

Kinloch, John, XII. 125.

Kinloch, Patrick, of Gilmerton, XII. 79.

Kinloch's Close, High St., I. 8, 11 ; XII. 40, 41, 134; XV. 101; carved stones in, 114-15.

Kinloch's Close, Canongate, XII. 78, 79, 93, 94, 124, 125; XV. 138.

Kinloch's Land, XV. 138.

Kinnaird, George, V. 96.

Kinnaird, Malcolm, XII. 113.

Kinnaird's Close, XII. 112, 113.

Kinnear (Kynneir), Alexander, keeper of Register of Holyrood, XVIII. 10.

Kinnear Alexander, writer, XIII. 111.

Kinnear A. S., Marrow-Bone Club, III. 177.

Kinnear Bailie George, II. 1'63.

Kinnear James, his drawing of Leven Lodge, XVIII. App. 9.

Kinnear Thomas, & Son, bankers, XIV. 150; XVIII. 85.

Kinnedder, Lord. See Erskine, William

Kintore, Earl of (1704), XII. 24.

Kintore, prison in Kirkgate, Leith, XII. 66.

Kintore's Close, XII. 24, 66.

Kintray, John, XVIII. 34.

Kintyre's Close, XII. 24.

Kirk, James, minister, XIII. 112.

Kirk, James (1704), in Canongate, XX. 14.

Kirk, John, VI. 136.

Kirk, Robert, covenanter, II. 99; VI. 136.

Kirk, fines for absence, XVI. 119, 122; catechism taught in, 45; lectures in, 44 ; fall of scaffolding, 45 ; changes, 65.

Kirk Council, XVI. App. 8.

Kirk Loan, II. 131 ; XI. 10, 13.

Kirk Wynd, XX. App. 13.

Kirk of Field, II. 66, 69; Flodden Wall at, 72; ‘stepill’ of, 72, 73; Church of Our Lady in the Fields, III. 24, 72, 102 ; V. 79; VI. 91 n. ; X.230; XI. 10, 13; XII. 144, 146, 150; XIV. 113, App. 13 ; dyke round, XV. 7, 13, 108; XVI. 22: XIX. App. 11.

Kirk of Field Port. See Potterrow Port.

Kirk of Field Wynd, V. 70; XII. 144.

Kirkaldy, Sir John, yr., of Grange, VI. 124; VIII. 120. See Kirkcaldy.

Kirkaldy, Sir William, of Grange, I. 87 ; III. 209 ; and Tolbooth, IV. 93 ; Castle held by, V. 62; X. 20, 191, 243 ; XIV. 68, 104; XV. 24, 41, App. 23 ; XVI. 206; summoned to surrender; refuses, 10; brave defence ; surrenders to Drury, 12 ; prisoner, 13 ; fortifies St. Giles' steeple, 18; burns houses, 25; XVII. 52.

Kirkaldy, Lady, of Grange, XVI. 13.

Kirkbraehead, II. 131-3 ; XII. 237; XIII. 79; XIV. App. 10; XV. 171; XVII. 77, 80, 158; XVIII. 42; XIX. 69; XX. App. 34.

Kirkby, John, schoolmaster, XIV. 136.

Kirkcaldy, Sir James, XVI. 18. See Kirkaldy.

Kirkgate, Leith, XIV. 17.

Kirkheugh, XII. 66, 131, 141 ; XIII. 133; fire at, XVI. 41; tenement at, 134.

Kirkheugh, Close, XII. 66.

Kirkhill, Lady, XIII. 111.

Kirkpatrick, Sir Thomas, of Closeburn, IV. 107 ; XX. 42.

Kirkpatrick, William, of Allisland, II. 146, 147; proprietor of Dalry estate, XX. 41-2; his feuing scheme, 56.

Kirks, plantation of, XVI. 127.

Kirkton, old house of, I. 127.

Kirkwood, Gilbert, jeweller, XI. App. 20; XIII. 112 ; XX. App. 20.

Kirkwood, James, engraver, IX. 98, 102.

Kirkwood, James, in Cumnock, IX. 152, 164; XII. 166.

Kirkwood, Robert, his plans of Edinburgh, III. 234, 235 ; V. 84, 86; IX. 97-9 ; X. 254; XII. 2, 3, 212 ; publishes facsimile of Gordon's plan, 216 ; 233, 234, 246; XX. 59, 60.

Kirkwood, Robert, writer, XIII. 104.

Kirsty, ‘Rousty,’ II. 203.

Kitchen's Court, XII. 143.

Kittlenaked (Causewayside), X. 152, 162.

Kittoch, John, XII. 207.

Kneland, John, cordiner, XVIII. 114.

Kniblo, John, I. 41.

Knight, George, schoolmaster, XVII. 2.

Knighton, Sir. William, inquires into havoc at Salisbury Crags, XVIII. 206, 207.

‘Knights of the Cape,’ III. 155, 157.

Knights Templar, Grassmarket, XI. 10.

Knolles, William, XVI. 14. See Knowis.

Knopale (Knyphoif), Clowis, captain of a Danish man-of-war, IX. 63, 64; sells part of his plunder in Scotland, 66.

Knoselsche, forest of, X. 58.

Knowis, John, baxter, XII. 146. See Knolles.

Knowis' Close, XII. 145.

Knox, Archibald, of Mayshiell, XVIII. 189.

Knox, George, rents portion of King's Park with privilege of working stone quarries, XVIII. 189-91 ; new lease in 1771 excludes quarrying, 192.

Knox, Gilbert, III. 79, 99, 100-2; XII. 30.

Knox, James, his map of Edinburgh, XII. 212, 231, 235-7.

Knox, John, II. 129; at Perth, III. 14, 34, 68; and Black Friars, 54, 57, 58, 62, 64, 65, 77-8 ; death and burial, 213-14 ; his tomb, 220; his pulpit, 223 ; V. 22, 53; Queen Regent opposes, 56; Wesley's opinion of his History, VIII. 198 ; X. 130, 131 ; Edinburgh homes, XI. 10, 158; App. 14; XII. 22; manse in Warriston's Close, 27; XIII. 123 n.; XIV. 87; 93, 94; App. 15, 16, 18; XV. App. 15 ; hurries from Edinburgh, XVI. 18.

Knox, John (not Reformer), owner of tenement on north side of High Street, III. 48, 89.

Knox, John, minister of West Calder, IX. 168 ; XI. 39.

Knox, Margaret (1596), VI. 74.

Knox, Margaret (1660), IV. 137.

Knox, Martha, wife of Alexander Fairlie of Braid, XI. App. 14.

Knox, Dr. Robert, anatomist, V. 84, 88.

Knox, Stephen, III. 95.

Knox, William, VI. 147.

Knox Close, XII. 30.

Knox's House and Corner, I. 9 ; V. 157, 158, 161; XII. 7.

Kollie, John, XII. 184. See Collie.

Krames, II. 217; XVI. 122, 161; to be removed, 129; XX. App. 11.

Kyl, Donald, III. 79.

Kyle, James, cordiner, XIV. 37, 43.

Kyle, Janet, X. 193, 203.

Kyle, Robert, merchant, VI. 133.

Kylle, John, VIII. 83, 86.

Kyllour, Friar John, III. 54.