Do I index this record - Middlesex, England
This record is a 1812 list of names. Baptisms I think but nowhere is it stated.
Do I record this as no extractable data?
I was waiting to see if someone else answered, but, in my opinion, this is an index with page numbers and no dates so it would be marked No, No Extractable Data. The actual records will indexed on the image where they are located.
Thanks Melissa. I can't bet back into my batches for some reason.
Just comes up a blank screen. Any idea what could be wrong? Everything else is working.
I would wait a few minutes and try again. The servers get really busy on Sundays with lots of one day a week indexers/reviewers.
If you still can't get your batches, reset your cookies and clear out your temp files and see what happens. If all else fails, clear out your web browser cache.
Hi Melissa, I have waited hours and altho I can get to see batches available for indexing I cannot open them, or any of mine that I have been working on. I click on my batch and then get a dark screen appears and nothing else.
I have reset the cookies, my computer is running well and has plenty of space so no problems there.
I restarted it. Still the same. So, I will wait until tomorrow, or later tonight and have another go.
I am having cold sweats not being able to get in ;) Thanks for your help
HI again - Just to let you know it must be the settings or an update on my computer as I can get to the batches on another computer.
Pam, and thanks again0
One of the things you can do, Pamela Hill, is to change browsers. You have done many of the housekeeping steps. To reset cookies did you use the familysearch.org/cookies to reset the FamilySearch cookies? You might also want to check to make sure your updates for your browser are current.0
These are baptism records. "If the guest can go to the preceding reference image, they will see that the year is 1812, so that can be included when indexing the names on the list."
So please index these records! Thank you for asking!0