Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

These Family Photos Are Fooling The Internet.

Destined To Be Great

Destined To Be Great

Blogging Is Overrated

This is incredible! Ralph C. Lincoln is an eleventh generation Lincoln. And he just so happens to have the same great-grandfather as one of America's favorite presidents. If you head to Pennsylvania and visit the small cemetery in Fayette County, you'll see where the members of the Lincoln family were buried! You'll see Abraham Lincoln's great Uncle Mordecai, who fought in the American Revolution, and his son, Benjamin. Mordecai Lincoln is his fifth-generation great-grandfather, which makes Ralph the third cousin of the president.

Family Love

Family Love

People

They sure do look ready to head to a fancy event. What you're looking at aren't pictures of the same event. They're actually pictures of two different men posing together at a wedding. The one on the left was taken 30 years ago, and the one on the right was taken of their sons heading to a completely different wedding. It definitely seems like good looks run in their family.

The Red Lady

The Red Lady

Christine McConnell

Like so many other women, Christine McConnell was told growing up that she looked just like her mother. When Christine was 32, she got a hold of her mother's red dress and recreated the picture that her mom took when she was 32. You can obviously tell how much they look alike. But did they use the same chair, too?

Through The Generations

Through The Generations

Cat Dumb

At first glance, it looks like someone went back in time to recreate this picture. But in reality it's just a picture of a granddaughter proving that it doesn't matter how much time passes, genetics can create uncanny lookalikes. These pictures were taken 87 years apart, but they have the same spirit, the same look, and the same smile.

Tie It Together

Tie It Together

Pinterest / MyHeritage

Honestly, even if they don't want to do it, there's nothing cuter than a little guy in a tie. What you're looking at is a great-grandfather and a great-great-grandson. They're both wearing a tie, even though the style is a bit different, and their resemblance is obviously undeniable. It looks like the only difference is the one missing a tooth!

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