I am so glad you replied!
As a matter of fact, I was contacted by an individual in Butler County, PA that was kind enough to look up that information for me.
He found Michael Adamosky's naturalization documents.In the documents I found the following information:
He was born Jan. 25, 1878 in Solinka, Galicia.(This is now Solinka, Sanok, Podkarpackie, Poland, right on the Polish/Slovak border, but at that time it was under Austrian political control.)He came to America on the ship SS Kaiser Wilhelm, which departed from Antwerp, Belgium, and arrived in New York City on July 15, 1896.His birth name was Mihaly Adamowski, and he listed his race as Ukrainian.He became a US citizen on Feb. 7, 1928 in Butler, PA.He listed his wife Anna (identified as Anna Bunga), born Aug. 16, 1888, in Wetlina, Poland; immigrated to the US (New York City) in Sep. 1900, and married July 20, 1903 in Butler, PA.
His children were listed as:
Ella Adamoskib. June 23, 1905, Butler, PA
Anna Adamoskib. Nov. 2, 1907, Butler, PA
Mary Adamoskib. May 23, 1908, Butler, PA
John Adamoskib. Dec. 30, 1909, Butler, PA
Helen Adamoskib. July 15, 1911, Butler, PA
Michael Adamoskib. Sep. 6, 1912, Butler, PA
William Adamoskib. June 6, 1915, Butler, PA
Frank Adamoskib. Jan. 19, 1917, Butler, PA
George Adamoskib. Apr. 21, 1926, Butler, PA
Mihaly Adamoski's physical description was fair complexion, 5' 6" tall, 165 lbs., brown hair, gray eyes, and his occupation was a farmer.
Mike passed away June 19, 1937, Butler, Butler County, PA.
Our family had originally thought Mike could have been the son of a John Adamski of Philadelphia, but now we are not sure; we found an immigration record of a Michal Adamoski coming to America alone as a seventeen-year-old.
Any help you can provide will be greatly appreciated!Also, thank you for the websites you provided, I will look into those to see if I can find any more information.By the way, do you have any experience searching for records in the Poland/Slovakia/Austria/Ukraine area?