The WorldVitalRecords.com site has a variety of genealogy resources. For family trees, they have exclusive rights to the The Everton Pedigree and Family Group Sheets. Everton's has some unique information. At least that is what I found for my own ancestry. It is the only place I found Denny Burns, the grandfather of my great-grandmother, Cora Burns. His father's name, however, was spelled "Burnes." So, one hint is that you should search using Soundex or Double Metaphone if you think there might be alternate spellings of the name. Nevertheless, the search capability at WorldVitalRecords.com is weak. So, another hint is to search on male ancestors and skip searching on dates and locations. You will probably get more useful results.
By the way, Everton's also was the only resource that I found some information of some of Cora's more ancient ancestors.
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|contact information for submitter|
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|ability to restrict searches to updates since a specific time|
|searches with spouse's name|
|searches with parent's names|
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|searches by place of marriage|
|*||searches by place of death|
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|ability to specify date ranges for searching|
|x||searches by exact spelling of name|
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|x||searches by soundex|
|ability to automatically find possible matches in your ancestry|
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