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William Ingraham Kip (1811–1893)

Kip, William Ingraham. An American Episcopal divine, one of the notable men of his denomination; born in New York City, Oct. 3, 1811; died in San Francisco, April 7, 1893. He achieved distinction as missionary bishop of California in 1853, and was made bishop in 1857. He published: ‘The Double Witness of the Church’ (1844); ‘The Catacombs of Rome’ (1854); ‘The Unnoticed Things of Scripture’ (1868); and ‘The Church of the Apostles.’ (1877).