Any of you Canadian Kipps ever hear anything about an ancestor that may have had a family with a Blood Indian woman? We originally thought my g-grandmother's maiden name was Goodcrier and that's how it's listed on several documents, however I recently found a reference in a death record of my great-aunt that her mother's maiden name was Kipp. Here's the names that I have run across so far in my search. Mary Running Antelope, Mary Goodcrier, a reference to a last name of Schuster, and a reference to a last name of Kipp.
She was born at the Blood Indian reservation near Milk River in Canada. She came to the states as a young girl to attend school and met my great-grandfather, William Lillard. They returned to her birthplace in Canada and was married in March 1870. They eventually settled in Blackleaf, Teton County, Montana and resided there until their deaths in 1914 and 1915.
Any information would be GREATLY appreciated.