England is the home for more than 90% of the population of the United Kingdom. Although it has an image of being insular and isolated it has a long history of absorbing wave after wave of immigrants and then successfully integrating them and their culture.
England has its fair share of Irish and Scottish immigrants but until relatively recently the Kilkie family did not live here. Until after the second world war the only records of Kilkie family in England were as occasional visitors. One verified record of a Kilkie before 1900 was a Robert Kilkie who spent the night in Wandsworth Prison on census night 1891.
The various groups of Kilkie family members now living in england are therefore recent arrivals. The following areas have a number of family groups:
Kent, Leicestershire, Liverpool, Nottingham and Berkshire.