Does anyone know how to delete multiple matches of the same person at the same time?

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Some possible matches are clearly not the person and could all be deleted at one time, but I only see how to delete one at a time.  For example, my aunt, born 1938, has matches 100 to 300 years earlier.  I'd love to be able to "mass delete" these matches.
in Genealogy Help by Sheri Sturm G2G6 (7.8k points)

1 Answer

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It's not really possible but when you look for matches you may want to chose only to match those with birth or death dates.  That will eliminate lots of those false matches.

I know how you feel especially if you have an ancestor with a common name.
by Ed Burke G2G6 Mach 2 (23.1k points)

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