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Bio Photo Genealogy is a pedigree history of family roots. It starts with the identity of ones own self, then building the family tree on the identity of the biological parents. Then one can continue building the family tree with researching and documenting the identity of the paternal and maternal Grandparents. The family tree can then continue growing and building over time with what more factual documents can be researched and documented on each generation in ones own family tree. With the greatest genealogy goal to one day discover in documentation the first family members who immigrated to the United States, and started the whole long lineage of ones own family tree.

I have a large mass of genealogy. As time allows, I will work on placing the factual researched family lines of information on find a grave.

If you have any questions on what material I do find time to place on find a grave. Please respectively ask your question on someone you are researching. I am willing to listen. But I will only discuss the question if you have done the research yourself on finding factual documentation on the person you are having questions about in the first place.

This find a grave sight has already been helpful with different people researching their family tree. I am thankful I have heard back from so many family members out there in the cyber world. I appreciate the POSITIVE feed back, I have received to know I have been able to BLESS many people in the cyber world on finding their family legacy.

If you are a direct descendant of Abram and Elmira (Kinsey/Kinzey) Rose Family. I would be interested in being contacted.

One may never realize who all is looking at this find a grave sight. A cemetery of headstones even in the cyber world, should have HONOR and RESPECT. The cyber cemetery is a headstone of someone's deceased loved one or family member. The memorial may or may not have a wealth of information genealogy wise to add information on the deceased loved one marked by a headstone. But it must have HONOR or RESPECT cyber wise for it is marking someone's deceased family member.

Any cyber genealogy is only a stepping stone in researching. When someone is researching a family tree, they need to do their own real world research. To be able to find the true factual documentation paper wise on the family member you are researching.
One should never just take the genealogy work off any information posted in the cyber world, without backing up the information with your own documented research in the real world.
Many times one may find there are errors in cyber genealogy. Not unless someone can provide a paper trail of documentation with several sources in the genealogy posted in the genealogy cyber world.
Genealogy should be documented on the person you are researching. With finding three to five documents on the person you are researching. One can find documents in Cemetery records, information engraved on the headstone, published obituaries, in Family BIBLES, information from Death certificates, Birth Certificates, marriage licenses, military documents. Even family stories can shed light to someone one in the family tree. Information can be found in church records, courthouse records, immigration papers, and a variety of newspaper articles, history books, and year books. Even someone may have a collection of family memoirs to shed some light on someone. All these important documents are helpful in genealogy researching.
One may find one to five documents with a wealth of information on the person you are researching. One may find that all the documents are identical with the same information on the family member you are researching. But occasionally one may discover several documents with information not matching with the same identical information on the person one is researching. It may make the researcher wonder who filled out the documents incorrectly, and what secret may have been hidden on the documented information.
When one starts researching, the researcher needs to keep an open mind when they discover information you may never knew about a family member. There may be times of joy, and there may be times of sorrow when one researches someone in their family tree.
It is always interesting to discover an old photograph of someone in your family tree, and see a family resemblance to someone presently living.

May you be richly blessed on finding the documented genealogy information you may need on building your own family tree.

John 14:6 Jesus said to him, "I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

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