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Search Results page for Family Archives

Here is the search results page again. There are two things right at the top that can make your search more valuable. When the page first appears, the matches are sorted by quality, with the highest-quality matches first. You can also choose, with the drop-down menu on the left, to sort the matches alphabetically by source.

'Your search has been saved' messageYou also have the option to save your search. You may get many good matches but not have time to check them all out at once — now you have the option to come back later and finish without having to redo the search. Just click the Save This Search button — if you're already a registered user on Genealogy.com, it will save your search automatically. If not, you will be guided through a simple registration form, and the search will be saved when you're done. This is so we can identify you when you come back to look for it later, and don't worry — registration is free.

One of the difficulties in doing genealogy research on the Internet is getting many links to information that isn't what you're looking for, and then having to wade through them for the ones that actually pertain to your ancestors. While the Family Finder already alleviates much of this by only searching genealogy-specific sources, there is an additional tool on the search results page that will help with this problem.

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