Pauline and Isaac's Family Tree

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This was from a poster that (I believe) Ann and Ella Neddo put together for a family reunion. The poster was deteriorating so I "digitized" the photos and added the dates. The pictures are being preserved in an archival-safe scrapbook. A photo of the original poster is available here.

Isaac James Neddo
Pauline Shaw Burridge Neddo
Married 8 January, 1880
14 March, 1851 - 5 February, 1935
26 February, 1858 - 31 July, 1940
 
Hannah Pearl Neddo
Aaron Zollinger
Isaac James Neddo II
Alice Osterhout
Married 24 November, 1909
Married 2 June, 1905
8 August, 1884 - 28 November, 1976
8 October, 1883 - 22 October, 1948
1 May, 1882 - 1 December, 1948
1 January, 1888 - 28 May, 1976
Ivie Grace Neddo
Alma Rassmussen
Archie Lloyd
Agnes Elizabeth Neddo
Married 26 May, 1909
Married 5 June. 1907
26 June, 1890 - 15 October, 1969
3 July, 1890 - 7 October, 1951
4 November, 1887 - 18 March, 1960
6 January, 1888 - 27 November, 1929
   
Charlotte Neddo
David Hutchison
Ella Pauline Neddo
Annie Marion Neddo
Married 25 July, 1914
11 July, 1892 - 30 January, 1973
14 September, 1885 - 31 July, 1957
6 January, 1897 - 26 September, 1983
8 July, 1902 - 6 October, 1982
       
Nellie Cardon
George Willard Neddo
Julia Stram
Married 26 September, 1923
Married 20 October, 1944
28 July, 1898 - 5 November, 1941
6 March, 1900 - 26 December, 1987
About 1904 - 11 December, 1978

 

Will The Circle Be Unbroken?
Words: Ada R. Ha­ber­shon, 1907.
Music: Charles H. Ga­br­iel
1. I was standing by my window
On a cold and cloudy day,
When I saw the hearse come rollin'
For to take my mother away.
2. I told the undertaker,
"Undertaker, please drive slow,
For this body you are haulin'
Lord, I hate to see her go."
3. Well I followed close behind her,
Tried to hold up and be brave,
But I could not hide my sorrow
When they laid her in the grave
Chorus:
Will the circle be unbroken?
By and by Lord, by and by,
There's a better home a-waitin'
In the sky Lord, in the sky.
4. I went back home, my home was lonesome,
missed my mother she was gone.
All my brothers and sisters crying
in our home so sad and alone.
5. We sang the songs of childhood,
hymns of faith that made us strong,
Ones that our mother had taught us,
hear the angels sing along

6. One by one the seats were empty,
One by one they went away,
Now my family, they are parted,
Will they meet again someday?



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May 5, 2006 - Added May, 2006 Burridgette
August 17 , 2006 - Added Neddo Family tree

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