Kearney, Patrick J.
(1858-1920) Born in Biddeford. Obit BWJ 10/29/1920, p.8 c.7.

Keay, Ivory
Of Biddeford. Went to California on brig “Sam & Ben”, died on shipboard on way home in December 1850. U & J, 02/28/1851, p.3 c.3.

Keeley, Leslie E.
(1832-1900) Bi-chloride of gold process. City Report of 1892-1893, p.49.

Kelley, Mary E.
Teacher at the Foss Street Grammar school. Photograph in Souvenir of the Biddeford Public Schools (1901).

Kelly, Mrs. Melville H.
(1853-1921) Daughter of Samuel W. and Mary Lunt. Taught in Biddeford schools 14 years. Home was on Old Orchard Road, taken over by Biddeford & Saco Country Club. BWJ 01/21/1921, p.8 c.7.

Kendall, L. H. (Colonel)
Obit BWJ 11/27/1908, p.7 & 8.

Kendall, Nathan W.
Obit BWJ 11/08/1929, p.6 c.1.

Kendall, Robert [& John Etchells]
Obit BWJ 02/24/1888, p.3 c.3.

Kenneally, Raymond
University of New England administrator & advocate. See Vertical File–Biddeford Biography; also JT and Courier.

Kimball, Nathaniel E.
Son of Judge Nathaniel Kimball. Obit BWJ 02/10/1911, p.8 c.6.

Kimball, Nathaniel (Judge)
Made brick token to use a currency during Civil War, token passed for 75¢, BWJ 10/17/1884, p.3 c.1. Character sketch, BWJ 11/27/1885, p.3 c.5. Obit BWJ 03/20/1891, p.3 c.2. Story of practical joke involving Sandy Brook & Sandy Brook Lighthouse, BWJ 11/25/1921, p.7 c.4.

Kindrick/Kendrick, Samuel
Died with a cancer in his throat or neck in Saco 02/22/1822. From Samuel Merrill diary, p.85.

King, Cyrus
Born in Scarborough at Governor King house in 1819. Nephew of governor celebrates 92nd birthday. In shipbuilding business; King house built about 1746. BDJ 07/03/1911, p.6 c.1-2.

King, Jonathan
Died 02/11/1849, aged 65. Union [newspaper] 02/16/1849, p.3 c.4.

King, Rufus
Ambassador to England under President Thomas Jefferson.

King, William
First Maine governor died 06/17/1852, aged 84. Obit U & J 06/23/1852, p.3 c.1. Special article in U & J 06/30/1952, p.1 c.5-6.

Intersection of South St and Elm St, Biddeford. (Source: City of Saco/City of Biddeford map (p.95), York County Atlas, 1872.)

King’s Corner, Biddeford – at the intersection of South and Elm Streets (1872)

Knight, Louis Aston
Knight, Charles
Aston Knight was a landscape painter who summered in Biddeford Pool. Charles Knight was an architect, and at one point the only practicing American architect in Paris. [Twins? Card states “Born Poissy, France, 1877” but doesn’t indicate which one. Unclear relationship.]

Kozloff, William J.
Died aged 67. Home on McKenney Road in Saco. BJ 11/04/1974, p.2 c.1.