Hi, D Yaros
I found a 7 year old Jan Jaros at Ellis Island on an 1892 Passenger List
This list is from familysearch.org....it is a free website, you do need to register to use.
Dear D. Yaros:
Thank you for posting on History Hub!
If you have not done so already, you can search the passengers lists for Baltimore on Ancestry.com at: Baltimore, Passenger Lists, 1820-1964.
Do you know if John Yaros became a naturalized citizen? If so, there may be other records relating to his arrival.
There is a Jan Jarosz (#5 on page), age 18 or 19, who arrived in Baltimore on the SS Köln from Bremen on 14 May 1904.
No ships from Bremen arrived in Baltimore on 11 Mar 1904, but the SS Breslau did arrive on 10 Mar 1904.
This will allow you to view the roll of microfilm you requested on-line P - Film # 008919444 (familysearch.org)
The SS Breslau begins on image 603 of 783 in the digital copy of the microfilm.
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Thank you to all for your hints/tips and replies.
A SPECIAL THANKS TO SUSANNAH BROOKS -
I am not able to thank you enough! In a matter of minutes you located the record I have been searching for for hours/days/weeks/months/years. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I am not all surprised the date of arrival I gave you was wrong. It came from his declaration on his application for citizenship. I have also seen multiple dates for both his birthday and wedding anniversary. Evidently event dates were not a priority for him!
The clincher that this record pertains to my paternal grandfather is the final destination of Bradford, PA listed in the document. That is from where my father's family hails.
I do wish the handwriting in the record was not so flourished. It makes it a bit difficult to decipher.
Again, I cannot thank you enough. It is truly appreciated!