I am doing review on "US, Illinois, Monroe County—Deed Records, 1816–1900[M3JJ-Y1H]" and noticed that pages 686 and 687 were missing. I have saved them in my que for someone to look at.
I am sorry for this problem. In order to assist you further I need the details of the search your conducted to see the gap in the pages of this digitized record.
Elder Gary Kearl, Fam ily Tree Support
@Gary Kearl2, apparently when I had two batches that were sitting in my que I submitted the wrong one for I do apologize for. There is another one sitting in my que that is missing pages 188 and 189, from US, Illinois, Monroe County—Deed Records, 1816–1900[M3J2-KWX], that is the one that I was suppose to submit and not the not the other one.
There were two batches sitting in my que and I chose the wrong one to submit, the mentioned this reply is still in my que.
@FaithHamm and @Gary Kearl2
I have deleted into these “missing pages” issues in great detail over several Comments, even providing the missing pages when they were available, and I think we are just supposed to index/review what we see, submit, and move on. Sometimes the pages are missing because two pages were accidentally flipped (instead of one) by the photographer (decades ago) and sometimes the “batching” process skipped them.
Below is the link to a recent conversation on this topic with a response from @annewandering that, I presume, reflects the official policy on dealing with skipped pages - “index/review what you see and submit.” Anne can qualify/narrow her response if she wants to comment further.
I meant “delved” into these “missing pages issues… in the above comment. Thank you autocorrect.
@John Empoliti and @Gary Kearl2 and @annewandering
I do not have a problem of indexing what I see and moving on to the next the batch. I just thought that as an indexer and or reviewing that we were suppose to try and get the images if they were available.
Thank you everyone for your help.
We are not expected to take extraordinary measures to find apparently missing images. If they are not available in your batch, just do your best with what you see.
Thank you @John Empoliti
You're welcome, @FaithHamm