The page for names is missing but other data such as date of death and burial place is included.
Without names, it's just a list of dates etc. If you click on the icon for 'Reference Images' you will see some of the ones that are next to your image. It is likely that the one previous to yours has the names, and is possibly missing some of the information on the right of your image. I have known people add the names from adjacent records to make sense of their own, but this isn't what it's about and just duplicates work as this page will have already been assigned to somebody else. If you have the image with the names and the majority of the details, you can access any remaining details from a reference image if required. Other than that, I would mark the record as: No, No Extractable Data.
Thanks for your question and keep up the good work.
When there is a document that spans two images, like a register where the names are on the first image and the date of death or burial are on the next image, you would follow the General Indexing Guidelines found in the Project Instructions.
Here is the link to that section of the General Indexing Guidelines:
What to Do When Records Span 2 Images or to View Additional Images