"EIGHTY-FIRST COMPANY. -- Neva, 13 souls. The ship Neva, sailed from Liverpool, England, on the ninth of January, 1855, having on board thirteen Saints, under the presidency of Elder Thomas Jackson, and these Saints, as well as those who sailed on the Rockaway, were transferred from the Helios. On the twenty-second of February the Neva arrived safely at the port of New Orleans, where Brother James McGaw, as chruch emigration agent, received the thirteen brethren, of whom twelve were reshipped to St. Louis and one to Cincinnati. Those going to St. Louis arrived in that city in the beginning of March. (Millennial Star, Vol. XVII, pp.73, 221, 233, 490.)"
Cont., 13:12 (Oct. 1892), p.544
"Tues. 9. [Jan. 1855] -- Thirteen Saints, under the presidency of Thomas Jackson, sailed from Liverpool on the ship Neva, bound for Utah. The company arrived at New Orleans, Feb. 22nd."