- JOHN KITTO (1804-1854), English biblical scholar, was the son of a mason at Plymouth, where he was born on the 4th of December 1804.
- Plague broke out, the missionary establishment was broken up, and in 1832 Kitto returned to England.
- Ryland's Memoirs of Kitto (1856); and John Eadie's Life of Kitto (1857).
- 37), is believed to signify "almond" (see Kitto, Cycl.
- Bat., 1695, fol.; Kitto, Cycl.