If you seek a person use both names and put quotes around both names. The search engine will locate the specific person you seek. Example, George Klock. Used that way you will reap all the instances of the name George and seperately Klock.
Try this: "George Klock"
to use all VARIATIONS on a name. Spelling was often very
inconsistent and the people writing the names wrote them as they sounded
to their ear.
The name Van Driessen. To be sure to see all the information, the name
should be searched under VanDriessen (no space), Van Driessen (space),
Van Driesen, VanDriesen. All the variations will yield different information. One family name (Herkimer), I have been told, has 100 variations, some
don't look like Herkimer.
articles are constantly being posted but may not have been indexed by
the search engine. The site is spidered once a week.
search will tell you in which article the name appears and give you a
link to that page, but not to the exact spot on the page. Any text within
a graphic will not be found by the search engine, sorry, the search engine
cannot scan a graphic.
When you are trying to locate exactly where on a page a name occurs, go to the top of your browser and click on "Edit". Select "Find on this page: and then type in come of the variation sof the name you are trying to locate.