Paul Wiklanski (1877-1966)

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Paul Wiklanski
Wiklanski, Paul.JPG
St. Nicholas Cemetery
Born: 29 Jun 1877 Brzesko, Malopolskie Poland
Died: 18 Aug 1966 Pellston, Michigan
Siblings: Paul Wiklanski
Frank P. Wiklanski
Spouse: Annelia Patula
Married: 22 Nov 1904 Poland
Children: Katherine Wiklanski
Walter P. Wiklanski
Joseph P. Wiklanski
Steven P. Wiklanski
Genevieve Marie Wiklanski
Peter Edward Wiklanski
Mary Wiklanski
Anna Wiklanski
John F. Wiklanski
Sophia Wiklanski
Jennie Wiklanski


Petoskey News-Review, Friday, August 19, 1966:

P. Wiklanski
Rites Monday

Funeral services for Paul Wiklanski, 89, who died Thursday evening at his home at Lark’s Lake. Rev. Father Flavius Czuba OFM will celebrate the mass and interment will be in St. Nicholas Cemetery.

He was born in Poland on June 29, 1877 and came to the Lark’s Lake area in 1913 where he farmed all his life.

Mr. Wiklanski married Nellie Patula in Poland on November 22, 1904.

He is survived by his wife; five daughters, Miss Katherine Wiklanski, of Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Sophie Manzuk, of Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Jennie Pikur, of Detroit, Mrs. Jean Gives, of Petoskey and Mrs. Mary Balasa, of Bay Shore; five sons, Walter, of Lark’s Lake, Joseph, of Detroit, Steve and Peter, of Petoskey and John, of Bay Shore; 45 grandchildren; six great grandchildren; three brothers, John and Joseph, of Chicago and Louis in Poland and a sister, Josephine, in Poland.

He was a member of St. Nicholas Church at Lark’s Lake.

Mr. Wiklanski’s body is at his home where the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Sunday.

Arrangement by Desnoyer Funeral Home.


  • Birth variant: 29 Jun 1878
  • Death: Emmet County, Michigan, Vital Records Search, Deaths:
Date of Death: 8/18/1966
Liber: 1966
Folio: 166
Place of Death: Center Twp.
Wiklanski, Paul
Age: 89
Born: 6/29/1877
Died: 8/18/1966
Burial: 0/0/0000
Cemetery: St. Nichols, Larks Lake
Obituary: on file, PNR - 08/19/1966
  • Headstone: Photographed at the St. Nicholas Cemetery, Larks Lake, Emmet County, Michigan, 3 Jul 2009