Please see the below:
New York 1820-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists Record, by Ancestry.com
Samuel Steen, arrival date, April 25, 1835, age 10, Port of arrival: New York, Port of Departure: Belfast, Occupation: Labourer, Destination: U.S.A. Ship: Ship Vesper, Microfilm Serial No. M237, Microfilm Roll No. 26, List No. 200
The Original Record shows family members:
Samuel Steen, age 47, male, laborer, Ireland
Euphemia Steen, age 46, female, Ireland
William Steen, age 14, male, laborer, Ireland
Samuel Steen, age 10, male, laborer, Ireland
Isabella Steen, age 10, female, spinster, Ireland
Although it's not proven, I believe these to be my family of Steens, and that the elder Samuel Steen & Euphemia, may have died in Pennsylvania. Their sons, William and Samuel, are in the 1850 Huron Co., Ontario, Canada Census.
Does anyone know if the Steen Book would have anything on these Steens?
Any help is greatly appreciated!
Marla Steen Moore
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