Mexico - Civil Registration - rule for when records span multiple images?
So I'm reviewing https://www.familysearch.org/indexing/batch/29114e89-b6da-413c-9989-a02720e5e163 , but I've seen this a lot...
These Spanish-language civil registers are written longhand in a notebook, sometimes multiple entries to a page, sometimes spanning multiple pages, generally beginning "Acta número number", or else with that part in the margin and the actual entry as such beginning "En place á time". Often an entry starts at the middle of, or even near the end of, one page, and then continues to the next. Do we index on the page where the entry starts? Or on the page were the "bulk"of the information is? Is there a special rule where the reference images show that the prior page is actually missing or unreadable?
In this particular case, entry 39 starts on the last image before the batch, but there are just eight lines of it on that page; then thirty-two lines on the first image of the batch, and fourteen on the second image. So my inclination would be to mark the first image as "No Extractable Data" under the assumption that entry 39 was indexed in the prior batch. But I don't want to leave that entry unindexed if the prior batch didn't include it!
And I've even seen cases where only the first line of an entry was on the page where it started.