"Our Immigration," Deseret News [Weekly], 19 Oct. 1864, 21.
OUR IMMIGRATION.—Capt. Warren S. Snow's train was, on the 6th, 2 miles this side of Bridger's Pass, on the Bitter creek route, and expected to arrive on the 25th or 26th inst. We regret to announce the death of Elder John M. Kay, who was traveling in this company on his return from a 4 years' mission to the British Isles. He died Sept. 27, and was burried on Little Laramie creek.
Capt. Hydes train was some two days ahead of Capt. Snow.
Since writing the foregoing we learn that Capt. Hyde's train was at Ham's Fork on the 16th, and that Capt. Snow would reach Green river that evening. They will come on the Chalk creek road.