Subjects of historical plaques - K

Tamara Karsavina
(1885-1978) prima ballerina
Dr Morris Kaufman PhD
(1919-1988) Doctor of Philosophy
PC Patrick Keena
(d.1867) Police Constable
Jenkyn Keigwin
(d.1595) Squire
Arthur Keith
(1866-1955) anatomist
Charles Kemble
(1775-1854) actor
Stephen Kemble
(1758-1822) actor
Willie Kemp
(1888-1965) King of the Cornkisters
Lena Kennedy
(1914-1986) author
Ald. W. Byng Kenrick
(1872-1962) alderman
St Kentigern
(d.614) Saint
Jerome Kern
(1885-1945) composer
Jack Kerouac
(1922-1969) poet
Richard Ketley
founder of the first known building society in the world
Kew Gardens railway station, London
(1869-present) railway station
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan KCSI
(1817-1898) Muslim reformer
William Kimber
(1872-1961) key figure in the English Morris Dance & Folk Music Revival
Kinema In The Woods
(1922-present) cinema
Ray King
Rt Hon. Lord Tom King CH PC
(1933-present) Member of Parliament
Sam King MBE
(1926-present) Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
John King
(1838-1872) soldier
Sgt Alan King
(1950-1991) British Army or Royal Marines Sergeant
Hetty King
(1883-1972) music hall artiste
King Edward VI Grammar School Five Ways
(1883-present) school
King's Norton Green
green
Kingsize Taylor and the Dominoes
(1958-1964) band
Kingston Lodge
lodge
John Lockwood Kipling
(1837-1911) Principal of the Sir J J School of Art
Rudyard Kipling
(1865-1936) poet
James Kirk VC
(1897-1918) Victoria Cross recipient
John Kirk
merchant
Robert Kitson
(1873-1947)
Charles Kitterbell
fictional character
Moritz Kiwi
Holocaust victim
Felix Klein
(1849-1925) mathematician
Melanie Klein
(1882-1960) psychoanalyst
Anne Knight
(1786-1862) abolitionist
Charles Knight
(1791-1873) author
John Peake Knight
(1828-1886) inventor of traffic lights
Thomas Edward Knightly FRIBA
Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects
Edward Knoblock
(1874-1945) playwright of "Kismet"
Frederick Knott
(1916-2002) author of Dial M For Murder
E. V. Knox
(1881-1971) essayist
Dilly Knox
(1884-1943) pioneer UK Enigma cryptanalyst
Sir Alexander Korda
(1893-1956) film producer
Paul Korngold
Holocaust victim
Louis Krüger
(1857-?) department head at the Geodetic Institute Potsdam
Friedrich Körner
teacher
Peter Köster
sculptor