||Kate Wacker  |
||South Dakota 
||Wachter Township, McPherson County, South Dakota 
|1900 U. S. Federal Census |
|Age: Abt. 17 |
||Wacker, Karl. 1900 U. S. Federal Census; Wachter township, McPherson County, South Dakota
Karl Wacker; his wife, Barbara Neuharth Wacker; their children: Karl Jr., Barbara, Kate, Bertha, Henry, Christina Fred, Luisa, and Imanuel.
||31 May 2013 |
||Karl Wacker, b. Abt. 1855, Freudenthal, Odessa, Russia d. 15 Oct 1944, Brown County, South Dakota (Age ~ 89 years) |
||Barbara Neuharth, b. Abt. 1856, Russia d. 25 Oct 1933, McPherson County, South Dakota (Age ~ 77 years) |
||14 Nov 1875
||Yankton, South Dakota 
- This information comes from an Ancestry.com Family Tree, that of Harmon Reinhardt. I have no documentation for it, but it could be correct. There is also another date for this marriage, 1878, which I also cannot corroborate. [DLL.]
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- In the 1900 U. S. Federal Census, Kate Wacker is a 17 year old, white, single female. She was born in South Dakota of parents who were both born in Russia and who both speak German. She speaks, reads, and writes English. She appears to have no employ outside the home. She lives with her parents, Karl and Barbara; she lives with eight siblings: Karl, Jr., Barbara, Bertha, Henry, Christina, Fred, Luisa, and Imanuel. The family lives in Wachter Township, McPherson County, South Dakota. [KlW 02.]
- [S8485] Karl Wacker household, 1900 U. S. Census, McPherson County, South Dakota Wachter Township, ED 229, SD 2, sheet 1B, dwelling 19, family 19; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1552, Family History Library microfilm 1241552. [KlW 02.].
- [S8489] Karl Wacker household, 1930 U. S. Census, McPherson County, South Dakota, Wacker Township, ED 32, SD 3, sheet 2A, dwelling 27, family 27; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2227, image 198, Family History Library microfilm 2341961. [KlW 07.].
This Census Record indicates that Karl was married at age 21 and Barbara at age 20. Thus, they could have been married at 1874 or 75. Until a marriage record is found, there is some doubt as to the actual date. [DLL.}