Most of us use Google search to look for our ancestors on a regular basis. After all, once we're done searching our favorite family history sites directly, Google is our best bet for locating new records online. But finding valuable data via Google search can be hard since there are so many sites, and so many pages of data.
After typing in an ancestor's name and a few details we often find that we've turned up hundreds or thousands of results, and most of them are irrelevant. While this is true for all inquires via search, it is especially true for family history searches because many sites have published long lists of names and dates, including family trees, transcribed book pages and records.