"I think I found her but the date of arrival is 19 Nov 1851 from Liverpool to NY. not 1857 on the ship Beejapore
Her mother seems to have remarried and the listing is: Mary Brown 30, John Brown 30, Mary Landers 10, John Landers 8. I was talking…"
"She would not have come by herself at that age in that era if she were 15. She would have come with her family. However, if she did arrive by herself her birth date is incorrect. 1875 census enumerated in June states she is 33, 1880 census - age 40…"
I haven't been able to find anything out about my third great grandmother who was born in Nov 1842. Census records say she was from Northern Ireland and the immigration year was 1857 making her 15 at the time. I haven't found her in the ships/immigration records for that year although there were some Margaret Landers in other years coming to NY. It definitely looks like a 7 although it could be 1851 or 1859. She married Charles Stein in Kings Co. NY in 1864. She died Kings Co. in 1911.…See More
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