A month ago I was bringing my great grandfather's generations profiles up to date and found a suggested match for the Lortie name I was researching. I clicked on the link and found it under an alternate spelling, Lorter, and the given name was Mary Rachel Magdalena Lorter, but since the birth years were so far apart I concluded that although the names were misspelled that it must be a granddaughter and did not record the URL. (1845 in France and 1868 in Michigan.) After further research we discovered the two indexes were for two sisters under one name. 1845 Rachel had apparently died and her sister was given the same name as was often the case.
We created the Lortie profile using the information for the 1868 birth. This is very complicated but it doesn't matter about the relationships. My question refers to the first index I found under the spelling Lorter. It gave the name as Mary Rachel Magdalena Lorter. The index under Lortie gave her name as Adeline Rachel Mary Lortie. Now I can not bring up the Lorter index and had not noted the URL. Since there are two versions of the given name I would like to find the original Lorter. We elected to use the only one that consistently comes up now. Is there anyway a computer wizard can suggest to refind the Lorter entry that now will not come up?