(…) and finding no other way they endured at last the terror of the Helcaraxë and the cruel hills of ice. Few of the deeds of the Noldor thereafter surpassed that desperate crossing in hardihood or woe. There Elenwë the wife of Turgon was lost, and many others perished also; and it was with a lessened host that Fingolfin set foot at last upon the Outer Lands.
"Of the Flight of the Noldor" - The Silmarillion - J.R.R. Tolkien
Nonetheless when Orodreth heard the tale of Flinding and knew it to be true he welcome him with joy back among the folk, yet was that Gnome so changed by the anguish of his slavery that few knew him again; but for Flinding’s sake Orodreth hearkened to the tale of Túrin, and Túrin told of his travails and named Úrin as his sire, nor had the Gnomes yet forgot that name. Then was the heart of Orodreth made kind and he bade them dwell among the Rodothlim and be faithful to him. So came the sojourn of Túrin among the people of the caves.
"Turambar and the Foalókë" - The Book of Lost Tales (Part Two) - The History of Middle Earth - J.R.R. Tolkien