Evidence from census, obituary, and church ordinance records proves that Ann Eastwood Booth and her son Robert traveled to Utah in 1851. They do not appear on the 1850 Utah census. The first documentation to place them in Utah is the rebaptism of Robert 19 March 1852, which was prior to the arrival of that season's emigration. Ann's obituary also states that she came to Utah in 1851. Further research is needed to determine the name of the company they traveled with.