Reviewer responsibility for cut off images
I am new to reviewing but have done a bit. I am reviewing a marriage record and the image of the data farthest to the right was cut off. That field contained the last name of the person performing the marriage. The indexer wrote the portion of the last name that was showing. I am relatively certain that those entries do not reflect the correct last name. Should I, as a reviewer, just verify that the indexer has entered the partial last name as showing? Should I mark the last name as unreadable since it was cut off? Should I annotate the entry by the indexer to show that there is more to the last name than has been entered?
I would appreciate some advice.