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The GeneaNet ‘Individual Matches’

Posted by admin on Nov 17, 2011

The GeneaNet ‘Individual Matches’ allow you to automatically search for individuals that may match with any of your ancestors in the GeneaNet database!

This powerful feature is reserved for GeneaNet Club Privilege members.

Other GeneaNet members can search for ‘Individual Matches’ in the Archival Records and Indexes but not in the collaborative family trees.

Go to the page of an individual in your Online Family Tree (GeneWeb) then click the ‘Individual Matches’ tab:

This will open a new page with the list of the individuals that may match with your ancestor as shown below:

If there are too many or not enough search results in the list, you can edit the search criteria:

- You can search by alternate spelling of name
– You can search for the full first name or only one of the first names
– You can ignore the place
– You can change the year range

Click the ‘Archive & Indexes’ box to search for ‘Individual Matches’ in the Archival Records and Indexes:

Happy genealogy hunting with the GeneaNet ‘Individual Matches’!

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