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KINSHIP, PRIMITIVE. See COMPARATIVE RELIGION, VI., 1, b, 1.

KINSMAN, FREDERICK JOSEPH: Protestant Episcopal bishop of Delaware; b. at Warren, O., Sept. 27, 1868. He was educated at Keble College, Oxford (B.A., 1894); master at St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H. (1895-97); rector of St. Martin's, New Bedford, Mass. (1897-1900); professor of ecclesiastical history in Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown, Conn. (1900-03); and in the General Theological Seminary, New York City (1903-08). In 1908 he was consecrated bishop of Delaware.

KINSOLVING, GEORGE HERBERT: Protestant Episcopal bishop of Texas; b. at Liberty, Va., Apr. 28, 1849. He was educated at the University of Virginia and received his theological training at the Virginia Theological Seminary, from which he was graduated in 1873. He was ordered deacon in

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1874 and priested in the following year. After being assistant at Christ Church, Baltimore, in 1874-75, he was rector of St. Mark's, Baltimore (1875-79), St. John's, Cincinnati, O. (1879-91), and the Church of the Epiphany, Philadelphia (1891-92). In 1892 he was consecrated bishop coadjutor of Texas, and in the following year, on the death of Bishop Alexander Gregg, became his successor.

KINSOLVING, LUCIEN LEE: Protestant Episcopal bishop of Southern Brazil; b. at Middleburg, Va., May 14, 1862. He studied at the University of Virginia and was graduated from the theological seminary at Alexandria, Va., in 1889. He was ordered deacon and ordained priest in the same year, and from 1889 to 1898 was a missionary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of Rio Grande de Sul, Brazil, while in 1899 he was consecrated missionary bishop of Southern Brazil.

KIP, WILLIAM INGRAHAM: Protestant Episcopal bishop of California; b. in New York City Oct. 3, 1811; d. in San Francisco Apr. 7, 1893. He was educated at Rutgers and Yale (B.A., 1831), the Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary of Virginia (1832-33), and the General Theological Seminary, from which he was graduated in 1835. He was ordered deacon in 1835 and priested in the same year. He was successively rector of St. Peter's, Morristown, N. J. (1835-36), curate of Grace Church, New York City (1836-37), and rector of St. Paul's, Albany, N. Y. (1837-53). In 1853 he was consecrated first missionary bishop of California, and four years later, when California was made a full bishopric, became diocesan. He wrote: The History, Object, and Proper Observation of the Holy Season of Lent (New York, 1843); The Double Witness of the Church (1884); Christmas Holidays at Rome (1845); Early Jesuit Missions in North America (1846); The Early Conflicts of Christianity (1850); The Catacombs of Rome (1854); The Unnoticed Things of Scripture (1868); New York in the Olden Time (1872); Historical Scenes in the old Jesuit Missions (1875); The Church of the Apostles (1877); and The Early Days of my Episcopate (1892); besides many addresses and episcopal charges.

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