The family Jankovsky is ancient Bohemia family. The family came to the US in the 1800's. John's brother Anton came after the end of the Civil War with John coming in the late 1880's. The family established a Wood Working Business in late 1890's which they retained into the 1920's.
Charles' older brothers were Anton, John and Joseph and sisters were Anna and Mary. In 1926 Charles started work at Western Elec, supervised the Lumber Mill and retired in 1946. Joseph worked at Crane Company for 37 years, during WW2 he received exemption as a Tool & Die maker, retired from Crane at the age 61, was involved in local Gov't and he was formally cited in 1983 for 25 years service to the village.
The family Vlastnik came to the US in 1904 from Varnice in Bohemia. The family established a Tailoring Business in Chicago which later evolved into Clothing Store in Peru, Illinois which the family has maintained for several generations.