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  1. Joseph Tacke: Birth: 26 SEP 1883. Death: NOV 1969

  2. Anton Tacke: Birth: 1885. Death: 1942

  3. Anna Tacke: Birth: 1886. Death: 1974

  4. Christina Tacke: Birth: 28 JAN 1888. Death: JUL 1979

  5. Bernard J. Tacke: Birth: 1889. Death: 1892

  6. Mary Tacke: Birth: 26 JAN 1891 in McCook County, South Dakota. Death: SEP 1977

  7. Elizabeth Tacke: Birth: 1893. Death: 1970

  8. Bernard A. Tacke: Birth: 1895. Death: 1944

  9. Conrad Tacke: Birth: 1896. Death: 1923

  10. Henry Tacke: Birth: 10 MAR 1898. Death: OCT 1969

  11. John Tacke: Birth: 1899. Death: 1960

  12. Gertrude Tacke: Birth: 26 JUN 1901. Death: OCT 1981

  13. Frank Tacke: Birth: 4 OCT 1903. Death: 24 JUN 1989

  14. Sadie Tacke: Birth: JAN 1905. Death: 1905

a. Note:   NI06114
Note:   On Monday morning, January 30th, 1905, at about 10 o'clock occurred the death of Mrs. Bernard Tacke, at her home south of town, at the age of forty-one years. She had been ill for but one short week and was thought to be improving until Saturday when she took a turn for the worse and the united efforts of Drs. Turner and Shinnick could not save her. The lady had a premonition of her coming death and on Saturday called her family to her bedside and told them she could not live longer than Wednesday. She had been bothered for years with a trouble in her chest and it is believed that complications arising from childbirth aggravated this trouble sufficiently to cause her death. The deceased came to this place with her family about three years ago and has made many friends during her short residence here. She was an ardent believer in the Catholic faith and a life-long member of that church. As a wife and mother she could not be excelled and her life was wound up in her family and her constant labor was for their welfare. She was married at the age of nineteen years and was the mother of thirteen children, 6 girls and 7 boys, the last being an infant but about a week old. Besides her large family of children she leaves a husband, two brothers and two sisters and many friends to mourn her loss. One sister, Mrs. Herman Tacke, resides near here and was at her bedside when death came. Of the others one brother resides in Washington and one brother and sister in the east. The funeral occurred Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock from the Catholic church, the remains being laid away in the Cottonwood Catholic cemetery. A large number of people attended the sad rites and bore silent witness to the universal esteem in which the lady was held. The bereaved ones have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in their sorrow. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.