I can make out the four names on the top page: Month and day, don't see the year, the child's name, parents' names. Top one says Buchanan Co; don't know if I should assume the other three are also Buchanan Co.
Should I index these four?
Please share your batch code. Your batch code can be found at the top of your indexing screen and looks like [AAAA-111], under Batch ---> About Batch or under Help ---> Share Batch.
Without seeing your batch, you would not mark this as NNED. The PI says:
Don't assume, either. Assuming can cause a lot of headaches. If you are unable to read certain parts or fields, follow the ? (for one character, ex: Sm?th), * (for two or more consecutive characters; ex: Sm*h) or mark the field Ctrl+U (Unreadable; this is when you've tried to get something out of a name/place and you just can't; the ____ it button of FS) rules. If you feel uncomfortable about indexing the batch, simply throw it back and grab another.
I'm not assuming anything. I don't feel uncomfortable indexing these four names; I'm wondering whether I should. The ret of the batch isn't legible, thus the designation No Extractable Data. But I can read these four names.
US, Virginia—Birth Records, 1853–1896[MQ7Z-F86]
Yes, you should index these 4 names using the year 1876 (found with the Commissioners' signature). The Surname is listed first, followed by the given name.