"I remember Sarah in Liverpool before we sailed," Mrs. Treharne declared, "But I didn't get acquainted with her until we were on the boat. It was the S. S. Curling, a rickety, squeaking old ship that leaked badly all the way over here. On the return trip it sank. There were about 800 passengers when we made the trip, who'd come from all parts of the old country. Sarah and I got real well acquainted after we left the railroad at Iowa City and crossed to Florence in wagons."
"Then in 1860 we started for Utah. . . . [p.1]
"We arrived in Salt Lake City late in the fall , coming down through Parley's Canyon. The whole panorama of the Valley spread before us as we rounded that last bend. There were a few scattered houses, surrounded by gleaned fields. . . . [p.2]
BIB: Rutherford, Sarah Evans and Treharne, Ann Hughes. Reminiscences. [LDS Church Archives, Ms 2050, reel 11, box 14, fd. 11, item #9, pp. 1-2; Acc, #20990] (CHL)