The software couldn't read the darkened name George. In another case, the name was on two lines and was hyphenated to Bige-low. The software didn't catch that one either. Often, if I'm not finding what I want and the database is for a smallish town, I search on a last or even a first name. I've also found my person by limiting the search to only Irish born individuals and using no name. Larger towns and databases can be searched this way with a date range; for instance, I found the death of Ellen Maher in Ohio by using just "Ellen", "Richland County" and her year of death. She was mistakenly listed as Ellen "Marker". I've found searching without a name particularly helpful with my Irish ancestors. Officialdom had a great deal of difficulty with Irish surnames with which they were unfamiliar. Some of the spellings were mind boggling.
I've had success with newspapers, census records, death records and other databases using this method. I wouldn't want to try a search of New York City or any other large metropolis using it, but it does have it's place.