US—Five Civilized Tribes Enrollment Records, 1898–1914 [Part A]
@erutherford and @Maile L I am reviewing US—Five Civilized Tribes Enrollment Records, 1898–1914 [Part A] and find that almost every marriage record, especially those that are handwritten is marked as NNED or No, No Extractable Data. I wonder if other reviewers are having the same experience? And possibly passing them along as NNED? Thus missing all these records for indexing purposes.
PI state that marriage records are to be indexed - in the case of handwritten notes (often only affidavits) and every one I've seen and read do include the marriage date and recording date. Understandably, there is no example because All handwritten records need to be read thoroughly and carefully so indexers know what kind of record they're looking at.
Is there some way to go thru the entire project to double-check for hand-written records? It seems that many indexers are trying to go too fast without reading PI and without understanding these old records -- very few typewriters on the reservations in 1902😎