“Thursday, Feb 1 . .. .Departures - -The following missionaries sailed from Liverpool to Boston, February 1, 1906, per s.s. ‘Cymric’ : From Great Britain - -Issac A Smoot, Thomas C Peirce, J Leo Brown, Calvin W Richards, Levi J Hawkley, Joseph Rawson, Horace T Godfrey, David H Candland, David Andrew. From Scandinavia - -Willford Olsen, Joseph G Nielsen, Christian R Rasmussen, Carl J Larson, George Peterson, N.J. Henricksen. From Sweden – Peter B Christiansen, C.J. Anderson. From Switzerland and Germany – John H Kraenche, John Schwendiman, Willard G Burton, Gustav Korth, John A Mathis, Henry Bringhurst. From the Netherlands - - James W Evans, Joseph F Barton Jr. Thirty-three passengers accompanied the Elders. The company was in charge of Elder Burton. (Mill.Star, 68:90).” [BMMH, 1906]
“The company of Saints and Elders which sailed from Liverpool for Boston, February 1, 1906, reports a very pleasant voyage both across the water and the American continent to Salt Lake City. A Sunday service was conducted on board the ‘Cymric’ while crossing the Atlantic, wherein six different languages were spoken. Sunday, the Gospel is being preached by the Latter-day Saints to ‘every nation, and kindred, and tongue, and people;’ and the Saints are being gathered to the Latter-day Zion in the west. (Mill.Star, 68:153).” [BMMH, 1906].
Liverpool to Boston 1 Feb 1906
British Mission Manuscript History Voyage Entry
Notes: [Voyage information has a line through it.]