Church Emigration, 1840-1855 Coverage Table

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Date of Sailing Name of Ship Captain Destination Leader of Company Ordinary Total Emigration Agent Remarks
June 6, 1840 Britannia John Moon 41 Brigham Young
September 8, 1840 North America Theodore Turley 200 Brigham Young
October 15, 1840 Isaac Newton Samuel Mulliner 50† Brigham Young
February 7, 1841 Sheffield Hiram Clark 235 Brigham Young
February, 1841 181† Brigham Young
February 16, 1841 Echo Daniel Browett 109 Brigham Young
March 17, 1841 Alesto Thomas Smith 54 Brigham Young
April 21, 1841 Rochester Brigham Young 130 Brigham Young
September 21, 1841 Tyrean Joseph Fielding 207 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
November 8, 1841 Chaos Peter Melling 170 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
January 12, 1842 Tremont 143 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
February 5, 1842 Hope 270 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
February 20,1842 Johm Cummins 200† P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
March 12, 1842 Hanover Amos Fielding 200† P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
September 17, 1842 Sidney Levi Richards 180 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
September 25, 1842 Medford Orson Hyde 214 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
September 29, 1842 Henry John Snider 157 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
October 29, 1842 Emerald Parley P. Pratt 250 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding Could have been 314 passengers
January 16, 1843 Swanton Lorenzo Snow 212 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
March 8, 1843 Yorkshire Thomas Bullock 83 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
March 21,1843 Claiborne 106 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
September 5, 1843 Metoka 280 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
October 21, 1843 Champion 91 P.P. Pratt and Amos Fielding
January 23, 1844 Fanny William Kay 210 Reuben Hedlock
February 6, 1844 Isaac Allerton 60 Reuben Hedlock
February 11, 1844 Swanton 81 Reuben Hedlock Second trip made by that ship with Latter-day Saint emigrants
March 5, 1844 Glasgow Hiram Clark 150 Reuben Hedlock
September 19, 1844 Norfolk 143 Reuben Hedlock
January 17, 1845 Palmyra Amos Fielding 200† Reuben Hedlock
February, 1845 86 Reuben Hedlock
September, 1845 Oregon 125† Reuben Hedlock
January 16, 1845 Liverpool Hiram Clark 45 Reuben Hedlock
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous 137† Reuben Hedlock
Feb 20, 1848 Carnatic McKenzie New Orleans F D Richards 120 120 Orson Spencer
March 19, 1848 Sailor Prince McKechnie New Orleans Moses Martin 80 80 Orson Spencer
Sept 7, 1848 Erin's Queen Campbell New Orleans Simeon Carter 232 232 Orson Pratt
Sept 24, 1848 Sailor Prince McKechnie New Orleans L D Butler 311 311 Orson Pratt
Nov 1848 Lord Sandon Walsh New Orleans ? 11 11 Orson Pratt
Jan 29, 1849 Zetland Brown New Orleans Orson Spencer 358 358 Orson Pratt
Feb 6, 1849 Ashland Harding New Orleans John Johnson 187 187 Orson Pratt
Feb 7, 1849 Henry Ware Nason New Orleans Robert Martin 225 225 Orson Pratt
Feb 25, 1849 Buena Vista Lennell New Orleans Dan Jones 249 249 Orson Pratt
Mar 5, 1849 Hartley Morrell New Orleans William Hulme 220 220 Orson Pratt
Mar 12, 1849 Emblem Cammett New Orleans Robert Deans 100 100 Orson Pratt
Sept 2, 1849 James Pennell Fullerton New Orleans Thomas H Clark 236 236 Orson Pratt
Sept 5, 1849 Berlin Smith New Orleans James G Brown 253 253 Orson Pratt
Nov 10, 1849 Zetland Brown New Orleans S H Hawkins 250 250 Orson Pratt
Jan 10, 1850 Argo Mills New Orleans Peter Clinton 402 402 Orson Pratt
Feb 18, 1850 Josiah Bradler Mansfield New Orleans Thomas Day 263 263 Orson Pratt
March 2, 1850 Hartley Morrell New Orleans David Cook 109 109 Orson Pratt
Sept 4, 1850 North Atlantic Cook New Orleans David Sudworth 357 357 Orson Pratt
Oct 2, 1850 James Pennell Fullerton New Orleans Christopher Layton 254 254 Orson Pratt
Oct 17, 1850 Joseph Badger Schofield New Orleans John Morris 227 227 Orson Pratt
Jan 6, 1851 Ellen Phillips New Orleans J W Cummings 466 466 Orson Pratt
Jan 22, 1851 Geo. W Bourne Williams New Orleans William Gibson 281 281 Orson Pratt
Feb 2, 1851 Ellen Maria Whitmore New Orleans George D Watt 378 378 Orson Pratt
Mar 4, 1851 Olympus Wilson New Orleans William Howell 245 245 F D Richards
Jan 10, 1852 Kennebec Smith New Orleans John S Higbee 264 333 F D Richards
Feb 10, 1852 Ellen Maria Whitmore New Orleans Issac C Haight 187 369 F D Richards
Mar 6, 1852 Rockaway ? New Orleans ? 30 30 F D Richards
Mar 11, 1852 Italy Reid New Orleans Ole U C Monster 28 28 F D Richards Brought the first companies of Scandinavian Saints
Jan 16, 1853 Forest Monarch Brewer New Orleans John E Forsgren 297 297 F D Richards Brought the first companies of Scandinavian Saints
Jan 17, 1853 Ellen Maria Whitmore New Orleans Moses Clawson 130 332 S W Richards
Jan 23, 1853 Golcondo Kerr New Orleans Jacob Gates 169 321 S W Richards
Feb 5, 1853 Jersey Day New Orleans George Halliday 94 314 S W Richards
Feb 15, 1853 Elvira Owen Owen New Orleans J W Young 180 345 S W Richards
Feb 28, 1853 International Brown New Orleans Christopher Arthur 188 425 S W Richards
Mar 26, 1853 Falcon Wade New Orleans Cor. Bagnall 54 324 S W Richards
Apr 6, 1853 Camillus Day New Orleans Curtis E Bolton 121 228 S W Richards
Aug ? 24, 1853 Page New Orleans Bender 17 17 S W Richards First company of German Saints
Miscellaneous New Orleans 19 23 S W Richards
Jan 3, 1854 Jesse Munn Duckett New Orleans Christoper Larsen 333 333 S W Richards
Jan 22, 1854 Benjamin Adams Drummond New Orleans H P Olsen 376 384 S W Richards
Feb 4, 1854 Golcondo Kerr New Orleans Dorr P Curtia 203 464 S W Richards
Feb 22, 1854 Windermere Fairfield New Orleans Daniel Carr 189 477 S W Richards
Mar 5, 1854 Old England Barston New Orleans John O Angus 45 45 S W Richards
Mar 12, 1854 John M Wood Hartley New Orleans Robert Campbell 133 393 S W Richards 59 people from the Swiss and Italian Mission, 45 from French Mission
Apr 4, 1854 Germanicus Fales New Orleans Richard Cook 118 220 S W Richards
Apr 8, 1854 Marsfield Torrey New Orleans William Taylor 125 366 S W Richards 59 people from the Swiss and Italian Mission, 45 from French Mission
Apr 24, 1854 Clara Wheeler Nelson New Orleans ? 29 29 S W Richards
Miscellaneous New Orleans 33 34 S W Richards
Nov 27,1854 Clara Wheeler Nelson New Orleans Henry E Phelps 422 422 F D Richards
Jan 6, 1855 Rockaway Mills New Orleans Samuel Glasgow 24 24 F D Richards
Jan 7, 1855 ‡James Nesmith Goodwin New Orleans Peter O Hansen 427 440 F D Richards
Jan 9, 1855 Neva Brown New Orleans Thomas Jackson 13 13 F D Richards
Jan 17, 1855 ‡Charles Buck Smalley New Orleans Richard Ballantyne 198 403 F D Richards
Feb 3, 1855 ‡Isaac Jeans Chapman Philadelphia George C Riser 16 16 F D Richards
Feb 27, 1855 Siddons Taylor Philadelphia John S Fullmer 333 430 F D Richards
Mar 31, 1855 ‡Juventa Watts Philadelphia William Glover 341 573 F D Richards
Apr 17, 1855 ‡Chimborazo Vesper Philadelphia Edward Stevenson 236 431 F D Richards
Apr 22, 1855 ‡Samuel Curling Curling New York Isreal Barlow 196 581 F D Richards
Apr 26, 1855 Wm. Stetson Jordan New York Aaron Smethurst 293 293 F D Richards
July 29, 1855 Cynosure Pray New York Gorege Seager 159 159 F D Richards
Nov 30, 1855 Emerald Isle Cornich New York Phil C Merrill 350 F D Richards
Dec 12, 1855 ‡John J Boyd Austin New York Knud Peterson 478 512 F D Richards

Key:
† Average number
‡ In their total number, 972 from the Scandinavian Mission, 45 from the Swiss and Italian, 75 from the French, including the Channel island. There were also 13 Germans, and 1 Prussian. The balance of the emigration of 1855 was from Great Britain and Ireland.

Coverage table source: The Contributor. A Monthly Magazine. 1890 & 1891, vols 12 & 13. Andrew Jensen's Church Emigration series.