Mrs./Sister Kipp

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Native wife of James Kipp; resided in Lahaina, Maui; hosted the Latter-day Saint missionaries at her house and attended their meetings and socials; referred to as “Sister Kipp” in September 1852, suggesting she had been baptized; moved with her husband to Honolulu prior to April 1853; immigrated with her husband to San Bernardino, California, by March 1854; became a spiritualist along with her husband and Edward and Hakuole Dennis by July 1856. (See MMH, Nov. 30, 1851; Lyman, San Bernardino, 297; GQC journal, June 9–10, 16, Sept. 23, 30, Oct. 1, Dec. 24, 1852.)