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Sunday, May 13, 2018

Sinda Chipp Grand Larceny: A Mother's Day Gift From Governor Pardee

Sinda (Cinder C.) Chipp was born Dec 1885 in California to Henry Robert Chipp 1870-1936 and Hollis "Frannie" Pleasant 1860-1933.

She married William L Crume who was born in 1870.
They had the following children:
Sylvan Barney Crume Sr.
1904–1990
Edward Budd Crume
1906–1921
Wanina Crume
1908–
Jonathan Morgan Crume
1910–1996
Joseph Lee Crume
1913–1940


She was an Indian, and died 2 May 1956 in Klamath, Oregon


She became Inmate #20224 San Quentin (Inmate #5400 Folsom)  for Grand Larceny for a term of 1 year. She was received on 14 Jul 1903 and was pardoned out by Gov. Pardee on the account of being pregnant on 12 Nov 1903. She was 19 years old.

Prison Mugshot Folsom

Prison Mugshot San Quentin


Folsom Prison Record

San Quentin Prison Record


Margie,Cinda and Archie Chipp brother and sisters.





Oregon Indian Registration

Her siblings:

Winnie Chipp
1876-1926
Minnie Chip
1878–
Nettie E. Chipp
1882–1970
Bessie Chipp
1885–1905
Cinda C Chipp (Sinda)
1885–1956
Dora Chipp
1890–1965
Archie Cannady Chipp
1891–1952
Archie Canady Chipp
1892–1952
Marjorie Chipp
1895–1901
Margaret (Maggie) Chipp
1903–1944


Tribe Klamath Modoc And Snake
Agency Klamath


 There were no criminal records found after she gave birth to her children.
Happy ending and a great Mother's Day Tribute.


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