"I wanted to tell you about a new genealogy site, FamilyTreeNow.com. It's completely free for everything. We have census records from 1790-1940, birth records, death, marriage & divorce, living people, and military records.
The search results have five matches - the 1940 U.S. census, the 1930 U.S. census, two Social Security Death Index entries, and a Living People Record (not my grandfather).
3) I clicked on the green "View Now" button for the top match, the 1940 U.S. Census record, and a popup box appeared with the indexed information about Lyle (two screens):
There were 30 matchess for "George Auble" and I could see her 1940 U.S. census information, but there were no matches for "Georgia Auble" which was the name in the 1940 U.S. Census indexed by other websites.
On the screen above, I clicked on the "Edit Search" button and changed the first name to "Georgia" and clicked on "Search" and saw: