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@Robert Mayer do you know which part of Europe you are seeking emigration records for?
My ancestor, Josefa Jurek (born about 1887 in Poland), immigrated to America in 1907 along with her brother, Marcin Jurek, my great grandfather. They landed in the port of New York. However, Josefa Jurek left America to return to Poland and marry her one true love. I am trying to find her travel information from America to Europe some time between 1907-1910. I picked those dates as she does not appear in any 1910 Federal Census from the State of Michigan. She and my great grandfather were both born in Zlotowo, Poland.
Do you know which ship was used for transportation? I know there are places to check ship manifests and so forth that could help lead you to next forms of documentation. Let me see what ship manifests I can locate... to be continued...
Thank You for your response and offer of help. I know nothing of Josefa Jurek's return to
Europe. Due to letters in my possession from my family I do know that she did in fact to Poland. When Josefa arrived in New York, New York (not Ellis Island, New York) in 1907 the documentation indicates that her ship departed from Hamburg, Germany and her home city was listed as Zlotowo, Poland. After WW II Josefa left Poland for Germany in order to qualify for benefits from the post - WW II German government.
This is a very late response but no; I do not know on what ship Josefa Jurek was a passenger. Not even sure of her departure date. But since she arrived in 1907 and there is no mention of her in the 1910 US Census I assume that she left the USA some time between those years.