For some reason when I import my gedcom file that I create on Ancestry, I, Belskey-1, was not tagged as a match on my Gedcom Compare list. My name is Corinne Lynne Belskey (maiden) Kuhlmann (married).
Personally, I like the maiden name before the married surname instead of ("name") or "born as" or any of the other formats. Since Ancestry doesn't have a data field for maiden names, (is there?) I've been inputting all female surnames as "maiden" "married" without any punctuations. No dashes. I'm Belskey Kuhlmann.
Apparently wikitree is unable to decipher this and is completely missing me in any gedcom compares.
I sure wish these surnames would get some their universal world wide format issues resolved. Everyone seems to do it a little different than the next. Sigh.
Any suggestions, I have a lot of sources connected to my Ancestry profiles so I'd rather not manually enter them. (650) profiles.