Has anyone else noticed the random capitalisation of middle names on Familysearch English census search results, which are then being used in such a way as to imply it is a first or preferred name? It is making a complete nonsense of the census and is just plain inaccurate. I don't know what they are doing but they are completely wasting their time and mine. I've just seen a family where in the first column, it says:
John Henry Elliott
England and Wales Census, 1911
He isn't Henry, he's John, he never used Henry as his preferred name, so why the emphasis on the middle name?
His children are listed as:
Hannah Elizabeth Elliott, ELIZABETH, Hilda Elliott
Except there is no ELIZABETH. He has two children, Hannah Elizabeth Elliott and Hilda Elliott.
When you click the dropdown, everything is normal, it's just the search results that are borked.
Earlier tonight I found someone's wife who was coming up as ANN in the results, when Ann is her middle name. This could clearly throw someone off in completely the wrong direction or make them miss a source. They might even be led to think it was a remarriage.
I just thought I'd bring it up here so people know Familysearch is giving misleading search results.