Dear Ancestry Insider,
You some time ago (yeah, real helpful) published an article about a search engine where you only had to enter information once and then it would save it while you searched multiple sites, one at a time. I have lost the link. (Getting old and, at 70, starting to suffer from crs :) Thanks.
Richard E. A'Hern AFGC, SBH
You don’t have to be 70 to have bad memory. I’ve started losing memory with a vengeance. I might remember many years ago reviewing a website that did this, but I can’t remember what it was called.
I’ve dug around more recent articles and found two of interest.
- “Monday Mailbox: One Click Search of Acom, FMP, MH from Family Tree” – Enter your information once into FamilySearch Family Tree. Then launch searches on FamilySearch historical records, Ancestry.com, Findmypast, and MyHeritage.
- “Monday Mailbox: Best Kept Genealogy Search Secret” – You must use the Google Chrome browser and install an extension called RootsSearch. You can enter your information on several sites, not just FamilySearch. It can search a long list of websites, not just Ancestry, Findmypast, and MyHeritage.
---The Ancestry Insider