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From here, you can click on the person's ID number and go directly to the person in the Family Tree. Here is the first person on the list:
At this point, you need to click on the "Possible Duplicates" link.
Now, look carefully at the entries. Both of these John Bryants were born in England. My ancestor was born in New South Wales, Australia. Neither of these is a duplicate. Now, it is possible that they were entered under the impression that my John Bryant was born in England, but there is no way to conclude that they are the same person, especially with the entry that has the wife listed as Mrs. John Bryant. So in this case, I will indicate that both of these proffered duplicates are "Not a Match."
FindARecord.com and mark the link as "Fixed."