This is just a reminder to folks about when to select Rejected Match:
As explained here, a rejected match should be selected when it appears the two might be the same person, but are not.
In other words, they were born around the same time, or lived in the same place around the same time, etc.
It is not necessary to reject matches if one Jane Doe was born in 1590, and another Jane Doe was born in 1850. Those two are far enough apart as to not be confused.
I sometimes see profiles that have a VERY long list of rejected merges in the lower right section of the profile, and upon review, it's clear that there is no reason for such a rejected match.
May I assume that when I see these, it's okay to remove the match? When it's a really long laundry list, it's difficult to find those profiles that actually MIGHT be confused with this one.