“. . . 11 emigrating Saints left Copenhagen, April 27,  in charge of Anders Jensen, a returning Elder.” [HSM, 332]
“Saturday, May 6. The ship ‘Arizona’ sailed from Liverpool, with 34 Saints on board
bound for Utah. The company consisted of 30 emigrating Saints (19 from Great Britain and 11 from Scandinavia) and four Elders returning from missions, namely, Grant Y. Bullock, David Williams, Charles A. Evans and Andrew Jensen. (Orig. Doc.)” [BMMH, 1893]. “In New York they were all placed in one car on the Lake Erie road and this was inserted in the train, next to the engine. In this position their car remained till the next day in the afternoon when without any apparent reason, it was removed to the rear end of the train. A short time after this the train ran into a landslide near Shenango, Pennsylvania; the engine was wrecked and four cars reduced to fragments. The fireman saved himself by jumping, but the engineer was fatally injured. The impression was general that had the car containing the Saints remained in its first position, a fearful loss of life would have been the result” [DN 46:797].