Kensington

Kensington, a West London parish, in which stand the Palace (Queen Victoria's birthplace), the Albert Memorial and Hall, South Kensington Museum, the Royal College of Music, the Imperial Institute, and many other institutions: contains also Holland House, and has long been the place of residence of notably artistic and literary men.

Population (circa 1900) given as 166,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Kensal Green * Kent
Kempenfelt, Richard
Kempis, Thomas à
Ken, Thomas
Kendal
Kenia, Mount
Kenilworth
Kennaquhair
Kennedy, Benjamin Hall
Kennicott, Benjamin
Kensal Green
Kensington
Kent
Kentigern, St.
Kentish Fire
Kentucky
Kepler, John
Kepler's Laws
Keppel, Augustus, Viscount
Ker, Dr. John
Keratin
Kerguelen's Land

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Kensington in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Abercrombie, John
Aland, Sir John Fortescue
Andrews, James Pettit
Baptist, John
Barnard, Sir John
Baron, Bernard
Bentinck, William
Berkeley, George, Ll.D. Prebendary Of Canterbury
Bolton, Robert [No. 3]
Buxton, Jedediah
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