"TWENTY-FOURTH COMPANY. -- Fanny, 210 souls. The ship Fanny, Captain Peterson, sailed from Liverpool, Tuesday, January 23rd, 1844, with two hundered and ten Saints on board, under the direction of Elder William Kay . . .
. . . Under date of Saturday, April 13th, 1844, the history of Joseph Smith says: 'About five o'clock p.m., the Maid of Iowa arrived at the Nauvoo House wharf, filled with passengers from England, led by William Kay. Two hundred and ten souls started from Liverpool and nearly all arrived in good health and spirits. One smaller company had previously arrived.'"
Cont., 12:12 (Oct. 1891), p.448-49
"Tues. 23. [Jan. 1844] -- The ship Fanny sailed from Liverpool, England, with 210 Saints under the direction of William Kay, bound for Nauvoo. It arrived at New Orleans, March 7th."