"Saturday, Nov. 16.  [The MS 63:675 lists that ""Departure. - The steamship Commonwealth sailed from Liverpool on Saturday last, having aboard a large company of emigrating Saints, and the following returning missionaries:"" Yet, the MS, Dec. 31, 1901, 64:26, notes that there were a total of 766 LDS emigrants from Europe and Great Britain to Zion for the year 1901. Thus, we learn that none of the names of the emigrants departing from Liverpool this year are mentioned for 1901 for the entire year!]
[...in this account. The following are from another source:] “Thursday, Nov. 7 . . .Releases - -The following have been honorably released to return home per s.s. ‘New England,’ sailing from Liverpool on Saturday November 16th: President Joseph J Daynes of the Birmingham Conference, Elders Thomas H Maxwell and Thomas B Wheelwright of the Leeds Conference, and Elder Edward H Sparks, Jr., of the Nottingham Conference. (Mill.Star, 63:730).” [BMMH, 1901].
[The following was actually written on November 21st.] “Saturday, Nov. 16. . . Departures.- - The steamship ‘Commonwealth sailed from Liverpool on Saturday last, having aboard a large company of emigrating Saints and the following returning missionaries: Elders Joseph J. Daynes, Jr., Joseph H Crump, Benjamin Williams, C.Le Roy Lewis, Richard P Carlisle, John E Dahle, Charles Tucker, Joseph G Park, Sister Eva R Park. Thomas H Maxwell, Thomas B Wheelwright, Edward H Sparks Jr., John Hafen, Christian Stucki, Carl Larson, Swen J Nelson, J Albin Christensen, Anthon H Jensen, Wilford E. Anderson, Niels P.H. Roholt, and Lars Christofferson. Sister Blanche W Daynes accompanied her husband,, having been with him during his entire stay in the mission field. Brother Leslie G Young of Salt Lake, returning from Paris was also with the company.(Mill.Star, 63:765).” [BMMH, 1901]."