"DEPARTURES -- The Old England. -- Forty-five souls sailed for New Orleans on board the Old England, Captain Barstow, which cleared on the 4th instant. Two ex-presidents of conferences emigrated on this vessel, Elder J. O. Angus, president of the company, and Elder T. W. Brewerton. . . ."
MS, 16:11 (Mar. 18, 1854), p.171
"SEVENTY-THIRD COMPANY -- Old England, 45 souls. The ship Old England with forty-five Saints on aboard, under the presidency of John O. Angus and Elder Thomas W. Brewerton, sailed from Liverpool on the fifth of March, 1854.
For twelve days the ship was tossed and tacked about in the Irish Channel, owing to contrary winds, after which the company had a pleasant voyage, and arrived at the mouth of the Mississippi on the twenty-fourth of April. One birth took place on board. From New Orleans the company proceeded by steamboat to St. Louis, in connection with a few Danish Saints, and a family by the name of Flewit, who had come from England in another ship. From St. Louis the company subsequently continued the journey to the camping place near Kansas City. (Millennial Star, Vol. XVI: pp.171, 218, 297, 346, 477.)
Cont., 13:11 (Sep. 1892), p.510
"Sun. 5. [Mar. 1854] -- The ship Old England sailed from Liverpool, England, with 45 saints, under the direction of John O. Angus. It arrived at the mouth of the Mississippi River April 24th."