Re: Records for Ellis Island deportations #records

Diane Jacobs


You need to scroll through these manifest
pages and look at the beginning and the end to see if there are the Detained Manifest and Special Inquiry pages .
Then you can look for the names and possibly see what happened. By using and going to the Ships
Lists databaseĀ  in the first batch of the NY PASSENGER MANIFEST section, this will allow you to scroll thru the pages for your specific arrival by date and ship.

Diane JacobsĀ 

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-------- Original message --------
From: Mary Henderson <gengenres@...>
Date: 11/15/20 4:49 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: main@...
Subject: [] Records for Ellis Island deportations #records

Hi, all!

Are there resources to find information regarding the detention and
deportation of people trying to immigrate through Ellis Island in the
early 1900s?

There is a passenger list for sisters Ettel and Riwke Rand, arriving
in New York, Ellis Island, on Dec. 9, 1907 on the SS Ryndam from
Rotterdam. To the left of their names on the passenger list is
stamped "deported". I'm hoping to find out more about their
deportation. On the second page of the document is a handwritten note
that appears to say "Dr holds" so they may have been ill, but I'd like
to find out any details.

Mary Henderson
Diane Jacobs, Somerset, New Jersey

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