We report three sisters with intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (ICP) and the pedigree of the family, including six generations. ICP was observed in five successive generations; most of the patients also had cholelithiasis. The uniform expression, the complete penetrance of the trait and the direct parent-to-child transmission support the Mendelian dominant mode of inheritance. Determination of HLA A, B and C haplotype was made in five ICP patients, without any findings of HLA type common to everyone. X-linked inheritance cannot be excluded in this study.