UPDATE: This blog is working! Seven hours after the post below went up, Susan sent this response:
Thank you, I believe this Anthony to be my Anthony’s uncle, and the brother John mentioned would be his father. Thank you again and very much enjoying your site.
Anyone else who remembers the Weselaks in SL can share their memories and information with Susan. Her email address is below.
Susan Chaplin at email@example.com sent this request for information.
Hello, I am looking for information on my mother-in-laws ancestors. She was born in Shoal Lake to Carolyn Krawczuk and Thomas Kilimnik. Thomas worked for the creamery in the 1930’s/1940’s until his death. Carolyn remarried to Anthony Weselak who lived in Shoal Lake until his death at 103 years old. Thank you for any information you have on them. Fantastic information on your site.
Thanks for the comment on the blog, Susan. Below is the Anthony Weselak entry from the first volume of Ripples on the Lake, the SL history book. The picture is from the same entry. Going by the age of this Anthony at his death, I don’t think this is the family you are seeking.
More pertinent: the list of people buried in St. Helen’s Roman Catholic Cemetery on the east side of Shoal Lake includes an Anthony Weselak who lived from 1902 to 2006, the age you mentioned in your comment. Also buried there is Caroline Weselak, 1908 to 1987. There is no entry in either SL history book on this Weselak family. That’s all I can find for you but hopefully there is someone in SL who can fill in some blanks for you.