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Aimee Semple McPherson

AKA Aimee Elizabeth Kennedy

Born: 9-Oct-1890
Birthplace: Salford, Ontario, Canada
Died: 27-Sep-1944
Location of death: Oakland, CA
Cause of death: Accident - Overdose
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, CA

Gender: Female
Religion: Protestant
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Religion

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Evangelist, faith healer

Father: James Morgan Kennedy (d. 20-Oct-1927)
Mother: Minnie Pearce
Husband: Robert J. Semple (m. 12-Aug-1908, d. 17-Aug-1910, typhoid fever)
Husband: Harold Stuart McPherson (m. 28-Feb-1912, div. 1921)
Husband: David Hutton (m. 13-Sep-1931, div. 1-Mar-1934)
Daughter: Roberta Star Semple (b. 17-Sep-1910)
Son: Rolf Kennedy McPherson (b. 23-Mar-1913)
Slept with: Milton Berle (according to him)

    High School: Ingersoll Collegiate Institute, Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada

    Born-Again Christian Feb-1908
    Kidnapped Venice, CA (18-May-1926), according to her
    Tortured Mexico (May-1926), according to her
    Ransomed Mexico (May-1926), according to her
    Conspiracy charges dropped 10-Jan-1927
    Making False Statements charges dropped 10-Jan-1927
    Nervous Breakdown Aug-1930
    Hysterectomy
    Autopsy Oakland, CA (28-Sep-1944)
    Famous Missing Persons
    Risk Factors: Malaria, Glossolalia, Depression, Insomnia

Author of books:
This is That (1919, nonfiction)
The Second Coming of Christ (1921, nonfiction)
The Service of the King (1927, nonfiction)
Give Me My Own God (1936, nonfiction)
The Story of My Life (1951, memoir)


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