My ancestor in the attachment could not have been on the voyage because she died before it happened.
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I am just another 'lowly' User/Patron ...
Please DO NOT take too muck stock on, either, the ('FamilySearch') "Campaigns"; or, the ('FamilySearch') "Discovery Pages"; as, they notoriously DO NOT always match the ACTUAL "Details"/"Circumstances" of individuals/persons in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'.
I just took a look at "Ann Leaford SHUKER" ( 2734-X1W ) in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch', there is NO indication that she 'Travelled' to the "United States of America".
Where, she died on 24 June 1848 in Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, England.
And, her Spouse / Husband, "Benjamin Thomas CLARK" ( KWJC-X9G ), DID NOT Migrate to the "United States of America" until 1853, with his SECOND Spouse / Wife, "Ann SOUTHWELL" ( KWVM-W24 ).
I would humbly suggest that the CONFUSION has arisen, due in part, to the fact that, the "FIRST" Name of BOTH, the FIRST; and, the SECOND, Spouses / Wives of "Benjamin Thomas CLARK", was "Ann".
And, on the "Passenger Manifest", the name of the SECOND Spouse / Wife would have simply been "Ann CLARK" basically, that (ie. the same as that) of his FIRST Spouse / Wife.
To be honest, I would not even bother trying to correct the particular ('FamilySearch') "Campaign" ...
Been there, done that ... well, I tried ... with NO success.
The ('FamilySearch') "Campaign" are certainly by no mean PERFECT.
And. I do not think they want to spend too much of the, limited, valuable resources, trying to fix/'tweak' them.
The "Details" in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch' are CORRECT, that is ALL that matters ...
Just my thoughts.
Thank you for your kind reply.
Thank you for your very helpful reply!