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 Bessie CombWakefield, R.I.13 Mar 191136(with husband William H. age 45 live in Wakefield, R.I.)
2 Chas. CombBristol02 May 189225
3 Chris. CombNewcastle04 May 18929
4 Cornelius Comb16 Jul 190735
5 Eliz. CombNewcastle04 May 189233
6 Elizth. CombNewcastle04 May 189211
7 Gwen CombBristol02 May 18922
8 Ida V. Comb26 Aug 190430
9 Jacob Comb18 Aug 191120
10 Jessie Comb26 Oct 189638
11 John Comb09 Mar 189237
12 Mary CombBristol02 May 189211m
13 Mary CombBristol02 May 189222
14 Peter M. Comb30 Nov 192024(Sub? Engineer 3rd, 5'5" 154 lbs English)
15 Robert CombEngland31 Jul 191033(gas fitter, last lived in Newcastle, England, wife Mary McComb 39 Criswell St., Bangor, bro-in-law Samuel Little, 61 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, NJ, 5'9" fresh complexion brown hair & eyes, born Armagh, Ireland)
16 Selina Comb01 Apr 191024(housekeeper, US Citizen)
17 Thomas Comb23 Jun 189625
18 Thos. CombNewcastle04 May 18925
19 Virginia CombChambersburg,
29 Aug 191070
20 William CombPhila., PA07 Feb 191722(Born 10 Apr 1894 NYC, NY, residence 4941 Grand Ave., Philadelphia PA)
21 William H. CombWakefield, R.I.13 Mar 191145(with wife Bessie age 36 from Wakefield, RI)
22 Wm. Comb26 Oct 189634
23 Wm. Comb...03 Oct 1909...(Looks like Comber, Wm, US citizen - line crossed out)