So over on GEDMatch I match an individual who has a GEDCOM uploaded fairly closely, and we had Clarke-2433 (and *only* Clarke-2433) in common.
After some changes to my tree (which I'm not certain I made), my most recent GEDCOM lost him as a common ancestor. Since I hadn't deleted the prior GEDCOM, I was able to determine that the common ancestor was lost, but not precisely where, and I wondered if there was an automatic rather than manual way to do that. Or perhaps a neat trick someone has learned for when that kind of thing happens.
The surname Yelvington was apparently involved when I looked at her e-mail address, but since she probably didn't make the change I don't think she's going to be the one I should be asking.