Kidderminster

Kidderminster, in the N. of Worcester, 18 m. SW. of Birmingham; has been since 1735 noted for its carpets; manufactures also silk, paper, and leather; was the scene of Richard Baxter's labours as vicar, and the birthplace of Sir Rowland Hill.

Population (circa 1900) given as 26,000.

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

Kidd, William * Kieff
Khatmandu
Khedive
Kherson
Khingans, The
Khiva
Khorassan
Khyber Pass
Kiakhta
Kiao-chau
Kidd, William
Kidderminster
Kieff
Kiel
Kiepert, Heinrich
Kierkegaard, Sören Aaby
Kieselghur
Kilda, St.
Kildare
Kilian, St.
Kilima-Njaro
Kilkenny

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Baxter, Richard
Doolittle, Thomas
Faccio, Nicolas Of Duilier
Fawcett, Benjamin
Ford, Simon
Johnstone, James
Lyttelton, George
Orton, Job
Pearsall, Richard
Sewell, William
Somers, John Lord
Wells, Samuel