"The first company of emigrating Saints left Liverpool on Saturday, the 19th instant, per Guion S. S. Wisconsin. The company numbered 32 adults, 10 children, 1 infant
, and 9 returning elders -- total, 52 souls. The company is in charge of Elder Orson H. Worthington. We trust they will have a safe and speedy journey to their respective destinations.
DEPARTURES. -- Elders Edward A. Cottrell, Daniel H. Snarr, Thomas E. Bassett, Timothy B. Davis, Jenkyn Thomas, Thomas E. Ricks, junior, Joseph H. Ward, and Edward Burgoyne, left Liverpool with the first company, en route to their mountain home."
MS, 52:17 (Apr. 28, 1890), p.266
"Sat. 19. [Apr. 1890] . . . The steamship Wisconsin sailed from Liverpool, England, with the first company of this season's emigration of European Saints, numbering 52 souls, including nine returning elders, in charge of Orson H. Worthington. They arrived in New York on the 24th, and reached Salt Lake City May 7th."