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Aldona Yankowsky (c.1918 - d.)

THE YANKOWSKY FAMILY. Peter and Rose pose with their first child, and only daughter, Aldona, who was born in 1918. The family lived “on the hill,” as upper Washington Street was referred to, on Bartlet...

Alexander Elias Soling (Yankowsky) (1874 - 1955)

Anna Kupchin (Yankowsky) (c.1860 - 1918)

1910 Census: Obituary published in The Pittston Gazette (Pittston, PA), January 29, 1918: . Death Certificate: .

Annie Hilda Soling (Yankowsky) (1877 - 1927)

Celia Soling (Yankowsky) (1886 - 1944)

Edward Yankowsky (deceased)

PETER AND ROSE BUDRICK YANKOWSKY. Peter Yankowsky and Rose Budrick pose together around the time of their marriage in 1910. Rose’s hat is an eye-catcher! The couple had two children, Aldona and Edward....

Eugenius Yankowsky (deceased)

Eugenius Yankowsky (deceased)

Fanny Feige Yankowsky (Zoline) (1854 - 1925)

Julius Jude Soling (Yankowsky) (1881 - 1959)

Lewin Yankowsky (1873 - 1885)

Martin Yankowsky (c.1892 - d.)

MARTIN AND PETER YANKOWSKY. Martin (left), the younger brother of Peter, was born in Lithuania c. 1892. He immigrated by way of Canada in 1910. His trip to Haverhill was delayed when he ran out of mone...

Mary Yankowsky (deceased)

Mendel (Max) Yankowsky (Iankovka) (1842 - 1921)

Michael Shemaya Soling (Yankowsky) (1879 - 1977)

Peter Yankowsky (c.1886 - c.1961)

THE LITHUANIAN PICNIC. Lithuanians came from northeastern Europe. Though historically to the Poles, they are not Slavs, but Balts, and have a language that is unique among European tongues. As with so ...

Rebecca (Peggy) Soling (Yankowsky) (1890 - 1977)

Regina Yankowsky (deceased)

THE LITHUANIAN PICNIC. Lithuanians came from northeastern Europe. Though historically to the Poles, they are not Slavs, but Balts, and have a language that is unique among European tongues. As with so ...

Rose Blume Soling (Yankowsky) (1876 - 1933)

Rose Yankowsky (Budrick) (c.1892 - d.)

THE LITHUANIAN PICNIC. Lithuanians came from northeastern Europe. Though historically to the Poles, they are not Slavs, but Balts, and have a language that is unique among European tongues. As with so ...

Sarah Soling (Yankowsky) (1888 - 1937)

Simon Aaron Soling (Yankowsky) (1897 - 1963)