Browse by Addressee

Photograph of David Livingstone and Anna M. Livingstone, c.1857-1866. Copyright Wellcome Library, London. CC BY 4.0

This page allows users to browse our digital collection by the individuals to whom the given items are addressed. Note: this section to does not provide access to all the items in our digital collection as some items (e.g., maps, diaries, etc.) do not have an addressee.

  • Keith, Peter H. (1) - Minister of Hamilton.
  • Kendall, John (1)
  • Kendall, John and Son (1)
  • Keppel, Henry, 1809-1904 (4) - Captain, R.N., 1837. Saw extended service in Asian waters before becoming Commander-in-Chief of the Cape Naval Station in 1860. Left this post in 1861 and was named Admiral of the Fleet.
  • Kerr, Robert (2) - Official of the Blantyre Works Literary and Scientific Institute.
  • King, William, 1812-1895 (1) - Minister of Buxton, Ontario. Directed a settlement for escaped slaves at the northern end of the "underground railroad."
  • Kinnaird, Lord, 1807-1878 (5) - George William Fox Kinnaird. Politician. Succeeded to the title in 1826. Agricultural reformer and philanthropist, concerned with the conditions of labourers.
  • Kirk, Christian, 1803-1865 (2) - Wife of John Kirk and mother of Sir John Kirk.
  • Kirk, John 1, 1813-1886 (2) - Minister of Hamilton Congregational Church 1839-45 and of Brighton Street Evangelical Union Church, Edinburgh 1845-76. Professor of Pastoral Theology at the Evangelical Union Hall from 1859.
  • Kirk, John 2, 1832-1922 (93) - Medical Officer and Economic Botanist to Livingstone's Zambezi Expedition. Appointed Surgeon to the British Consulate in Zanzibar in 1865. As H.M. Consul, his skillful diplomacy increased British influence with successive Sultans that resulted in the demise of the East African slave trade.
  • Kitchingman, James, 1791-1848 (1) - Missionary in South Africa 1816-48.