Manifest of ship Finland upon arrival New York, September 7, 1903, from Antwerp, Belgium
printed from Microfilm T715-390, page 146C, New York Immigration Passenger Lists, Vol 705

showing arrival of Josefa Cedzich, mother of Immigrant Ancestor Josef Cedzich

Manifest at Ellis Island Website     Photo of the ship

data extracted at EllisIsland.org

Line 14 15 16 20
Name Helena Czopek Jozefa Cedzich Jan Cedzich Josefa Cedzich
Age 29y 2m 8y 4m 7y 2m 60y
Sex F F M F
Married Marr - - Widow
Occupation None - - Laborer
Able to Read/Write Yes/Yes -/- -/- Yes/Yes
Nationality Russia Russia Russia Russia
Race Polish Polish Polish Polish
Last Residence Krakau Krakau Krakau Dzieszkowice*
Final destination in U.S. New York Cy New York Cy New York Cy New York Cy
Have Ticket to Final Destination - - - -
By whom was passage paid Husband Father Father Self
In posession how much money $10 - - $36
Ever been in U.S. No No No No
Relation in U.S. Husband Kazimir Czopsek
College Point 15 Street 135
New York Cy
Father (ditto) Father (ditto) Son-in-Law Kazimir Czopsek
College Point 15 Street 135
New York Cy
*I cannot read this on the manifest; the record at EllisIsland.org shows Dzieszkowice.

"Record of Detained Alien Passengers" shows that they were held overnight.
Apparently Josef and Kazimir did not know they had arrived and weren't there to meet them.
Did the Ellis Island people dispatch a messenger to tell them?