Military list with no date of list. should they be done?
Any answer to the question?
It helps if you post a Shared batch code so we can give a more accurate answer. That is the code at the end of the Project Name, 7 numbers and letters in brackets starting with the letter 'M'. I will edit this to give the answer you asked as far as possible without the Shared batch code. For this project the reference image has to be in the previous images not the following images. https://www.familysearch.org/en/help/helpcenter/article/can-i-view-reference-images-side-by-side-while-indexing
"You can view multiple images while you index. The additional images are reference images and can help you with your work. This feature is essential if you are indexing a record that continues from one image to the next, or if you are struggling to read difficult handwriting.
Hard to tell without seeing the batch, but they are most likely from the Muster Roll project.
They should be done and the date may be found on one of the previous images. You probably have to look at the reference images and use the date of the muster roll per the field helps and the project instructions. Field helps are found by clicking on the purple question mark that appears when you click on a field. The project instructions can be pulled up by clicking on the link at the bottom of the entry form, or the last icon in the horizontal toolbar, or the Help Tab and then Project Instructions. There are instructions under What to Remember About This Project that refer to the dates.