I doubt it.
Um... OK... But... Well, you see, if one of the spouses is of possible noble ancestry then it can be some surname coincidence, maybe, I guess, I don't know... But if the other spouse is of possible noble ancestry too... Then most probably it's no coincidence, because nobles did marry among each other in the past. I don't know what ben-Yudyt means but names Józef and Jakub were and are used by Poles too.
Also, the fact that Franciszka retained her maiden name could mean she was of noble ancestry. Of course, it's just my guess, but it all fits pretty well.
I found an official list of szlachta that lived in Vilinius region here: ... [in Polish but it's a list only - there are both Andruszkiewicz and Judycki surnames]
I've also found "Andruszkiewicz" among Polish nobles from Wołyń:
hen conspiracy of Emperors made the weakening Republic was sentenced to non-existence, its eastern - Lithuanian and Russian - lands were in the next partitions attached to the Russian Empire, in the the Volyn, who in 1795 became one of the province consisting of 12 districts - the central city of Zhitomir. Volyn nobility found itself facing a new legal and administrative situation, so different from the Polish law and tradition.
Initially, after the division of the lands attached to the governorates and the introduction of the Russian government, maintained the old land courts and Polish officials lower administration and tried to get the favor of the Polish nobility, and through her nobility having estates - posesjonatów. In contrast, treated suspiciously minor gentry, most strongly patriotic . In areas connected, the Polish element was liczebniejszy from invaders and not very readable - the same dangerous - in its ownership. That is why, among other things, it was decided to verify the Polish nobility by ordering her "Hramoty of nobility" to identify themselves before Herold in the St. Petersburg. As rightly foresees a large part of the nobility fine made considerable trouble to present the relevant documents which may indicate nobility.