"EMIGRATION. -- Three vessels have been dispatched by us since the 15th of September. The Sidney, containing 180 souls, the Medford, 214, and the Henry, 157. . . ."
MS, 3:6 (Oct. 1842), p.112
"SEVENTEENTH COMPANY, -- Henry 157 souls. On Thursday, September 29th, 1842, the ship Henry, Captain Pierce, sailed from Liverpool with one hundred and fifty-seven Saints bound for Nauvoo, via New Orleans, under the direction of John Snider.
Elder Snider arrived in Nauvoo January 23rd, 1843, but his company of emigrants were detained on the way because of ice on the Mississippi River, and did not arrive in
Nauvoo till the following spring."
Cont., 12:12 (Oct. 1891), p.446