I put "Zachariah Hildreth" in the search fields to see what turned up. Here is the results page:
The list of historical record matches is in the center panel of the page, displaying 20 at a time. The record collection that holds the record is shown below the person's name. Over on the left sidebar, there is a list of categories with the number of records found in each category. For instance, "Census & Lists" has 115 matches. A user can click on the category and see only those records.
From the list of matches, the user can click on the little down arrow to the far right of the name and see a "Quick Look" of the indexed information about that person - as shown below:
I really like that "Quick Look" feature - it is a time saver because the user can analyze the indexed data and decide if that is the record desired. However, if the user wants to see the fully indexed record, they need to click on the name of the person:
The record above has more useful information than the "Quick Look" index information - including the FHL Microfilm number, the image number, a link to the record image (if available), and the capability to save the record image.
This particular record has an image available, so I clicked the "View Image" link and saw the Massachusetts Death record in 1910 for one of Zachariah Hildreth's children, Elizabeth (Hildreth) Chaffin: