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Wedding picture of Jake (1889-1959) and Anastasia (aka Staze) Yanda (1894 - 1982). Friends of Otto & Clara Krainik.
EDGAR H. YOUNG From The History of Northern Wisconsin, Vol II. Chicago: Western Historical Pub. Co., 1881, p. 539 E.H. Young, foreman, sash, door and blind factory, Two Rivers, was born June 24, 1840, in Geneva, Ashtabula Co., Ohio. In 1846 he came to Jefferson County with his parents, and in 1861 enlisted in Co. A, 1st Wis. C., and served three years. He participated in the battle of Chickamauga. He then came to Neenah, where he remained three years, at the expiration of which time he moved to Two Rivers and was employed by the Two Rivers Mnfg. Co., until 1874; since then he has been in the employ of the sash, door and blind factory, and for the past two years has been foreman. He married, in 1871, Miss Mary Conine, who is a native of New York. They have one daughter.
Chas. YungThis is part of a large photo of men who belonged to the B.& M.I.U. No. 12 of Manitowoc. It can be found at the I-43 Antique Mall at Manitowoc B & M I U = Bricklayers and Masons’ International Union of America B&MIU was a successor to the Bricklayers International Union of the United States of North America, founded in 1865. In 1910 the B&MIU became interested in organizing plasterers and the union’s title then became the Bricklayers, Mason, and Plasterers’ International Union of America.