Amanda Inez Knight
- April 1898–May 1900
- Age Called: 21
- Cheltenham Conference
- Set Apart: 1 April 1898
- Arrived In Field: 21 April 1898
- Departed From Field: 19 May 1900
- Arrived At Home: 11 June 1900
- Mission type: Proselytizing
- Marital Status: Single
- Served with companion: Lucy Jane Brimhall Jean Clara Holbrook Eliza Chipman
- Called From: Provo, Utah, Utah, United States
- Set apart by: Edward Partridge
- Notes: She was one of the first two single women to serve full-time missions. She had planned to travel to England in 1898 to sight-see and to visit her brother Ray, who was serving a mission there, with her friend Lucy Jane Brimhall. Their bishop recommended that the two young women be called to serve as missionaries.
Stories and Documents
Mormon Missionary Diaries, Brigham Young University.
A single journal recounting her mission experiences and spannind 1898-1899.
Elizabeth Maki, "‘They Can Bear Testimony, They Can Teach’: Pioneering Efforts of the First Single Sister Missionaries," Women of Conviction, 17 July 2012.
Elizabeth Maki, "'Real Live Mormon Women': Inez Knight Took On Weighty Role of Ambassador for Latter-day Saint Women," Women of Conviction, 2 July 2012.
Elizabeth Maki, "‘Taking Fresh Courage’: Antagonists Directed Attacks at First Sister Missionaries," Women of Conviction, 4 May 2012.
British Mission history, 1841-1971, Church History Library.
See the index above for entires on her service.