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More than 22 million passengers and members of ships' crews entered the United States through Ellis Island and the Port of New York between 1892 and 1924. Information about each person was written down in ships' passenger lists, known as “manifests”. Manifests were used to examine immigrants upon arrival in the United States.

Thanks to Barabra Rivas for extracting these Combs &c. Passenger Arrival Records from the Ellis Island database.

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Name of PassengerResidenceArrivedAge on
1 Albinns Combee03 Aug 1896
2 Burgina Combee03 Aug 18964
3 Catharina Combee03 Aug 18964
4 Elisabeth Combee03 Aug 18969
5 Jaapje CombeePassaic, N. J.06 Feb 192162(widow, naturalized 13 Nov 1903 Supreme Court of Paterson, Passaic Co., N.J., residence 261 Autumn St., Passaic, NJ)
6 Joapje Combee10 Oct 190448
7 Johannes M. CombeeUnited States01 Dec 192349(janitor, Dutch nationality, relative in Holland: sister, J van Ek-Bisdom, Hartelaarsgracht 21 Amsterdam, lived in US 1914-1923 residence 504 9th Ave., NYC, 5'9" fair complexion, gray hair, brown eyes, born in Ultrecht, Holland)
8 Kaatje Combee03 Aug 189646
9 Lambertus Combee03 Aug 1896
10 Lemdert Combee03 Aug 189645
11 Maartje Combee03 Aug 1896
12 Pieter Combee03 Aug 189621

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