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Keitli-Hall and Kinkell, par., Aberdeenshire, 7601
ac., pop. 880; contains Keith Hall (formerly Caskie-
ben), seat of the Earl of Kintore, on river Ury, 1 mile
E. of Inverurie.

Kelth-Hnndeby, ancient name of Humbie.

Keithick, seat, in par. and l\ mile SW. of Coupar-
Angus, E. Perthshire.

Keith-Inch, Aberdeenshire. See Peterhead.

Keithock, seat, in par. and 2 miles N. of Brechin,
F orfarshire.

Keithtown, hamlet, Fodderty par., E. Ross and
Cromarty, 1J mile AY. of Maryburgh.

Kekewlck, township, Cheshire. See Keckwick.

Kelbrook, eccl. dist., Thornton in Craven par., N. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, 7 m. SAA7. of Skipton, pop. 842.

Kelhnrn Castle, old baronial residence, with finely
wooded park, seat of the Earl of Glasgow, in par. and
2 miles S. of Largs, Ayrshire, on Clea Burn, near its
influx to the Firth of Clyde; near the house the stream
makes 2 romantic waterfalls.

Kelby, township, Hay dor par., Lincolnshire, 5 miles
SW. of Sleaford, pop. 99.

Keld.—hamlet, Shap par., Westmorland, 8 miles
SAY. of Appleby.—2. Keld, hamlet, Grinton par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, 3 miles NAY. of Muker; P.O.

Keldholnie, hamlet, Kirkby Moorside par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 6J miles NAY. of Pickering.

Kelfield.—township, Stillingfleet par., East-Riding
Yorkshire, on river Ouse, 4 miles NW. of Selby, 1835
ac., pop. 343; contains the seat of Kelfield Hall.—2.
Kelfield, hamlet, Owston par., Lincolnshire, 3 m. NE.
of Epworth. See
Butterwick, West, with Kelfield.

Kelham, par. and vil., Notts, on river Trent,
miles NW. of Newark ry. sta., 1857 ac., pop. 151; P.O.;
here Charles I. placed himself in the hands of the Scot-
tish army; in vicinity of vil. is the seat of K. Hall,

Kelhead, Dumfriesshire. See Kilnhead.

Kelk, Great, township, Foston on the Wolds par.,
East-Riding Yorkshire, 5J miles E. of Driffield, 1173
ac., pop. 180.

Kelk, Ulttle, par., East-Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles
E. of Driffield, 727 ac., pop. 91.

Kella House, West, seat, 4 miles AY. of Ramsey,
Isle of Man.

Kellamcrgh, hamlet, in par. and 2 miles SAY. of
Kirkham, N. Lancashire, on river Ribble. See

Kell an Head, headland, on W. coast of Cornwall,
at S. side of Port Isaac Bay, alt. 209 ft.

Kellas.—vil., Dallas par., in co. and 7 miles SW. of
Elgin, on river Lossie.—2. Kellas, hamlet, Murroes
par., Forfarshire, 5 miles NE. of Dundee.

Kellaton (or Kellington), hamlet, in par. and 2J
miles S. of Stokenham, Devon.

Kellerstain, seat, Ratho par., in co. and 5| miles
W. of Edinburgh, near Gogar sta.

Kellet, Nether, township, Bolton le Sands par., Lan-
cashire, 5 miles NE. of Lancaster, 2082 ac., pop. 279.

Kellet, Over, township, Bolton le Sands par., 5J miles
NE. of Lancaster, 3210 ac., pop. 494.

Kelleth, hamlet, in par. and 3 miles SE. of Orton,
Westmorland, on Lune river.

Kelleythorpe, Yorkshire. See Emswell with

Kellie Castle, decayed mansion, property of the
Earl of Mar and Kellie, Carnbee par., Fife, 3| miles
NW. of Pittenweem ; in vicinity is Kellie Law.

Kelling, par. and vil., Norfolk, 2\ miles NE. of Holt,
2211 ac., pop. 211; in E. vicinity of vil. is the seat of
Kelling Hall.

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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