This is the batch number.
US, New York, Yonkers—Birth and Death Registration and Indexes, 1875–1916[MSB9-XGN]
There's no other information on the index whatsoever. My guess is no, it should not be indexed.
Hi Susan, the official answer is that because there are no names on this image, it will be marked No, No Extractable Data. Thank you so much for your patience. Enjoy these wonderful records!
Wow - with no names at all, I would also guess it should not be indexed. I'm going to tag @Heather R Jacobs from the Indexing Chat group for advice.
Susan, you should consider joining the group since questions get answered alot quicker there than on this more generic Indexing page.
Ohhh! thank you! I totally didn't realize that I'm in the wrong area. I will skip over to the indexing chat group. I actually have two batches with only dates and certificate numbers. NO names at all! The first batch had 304 entries! I haven't run across any batches like that while indexing in that project. Anyways, thanks for your input, I appreciate it.
Hello Susan. You are just great! If you can give me some time, I hope to have an answer for you by Monday.
Thank you Heather!
The dates are not birth dates, but rather filed by dates recorded by the registrar. One batch indexed them, the second batch did not. I have them checked out, they've given me til the 18th...so I appreciate your help in getting this information.
Yes! Sorry. It's a very long document and would've taken some time to do. I feel for the person that indexed it, especially if they find out that it wasn't needed. Thanks Heather, for getting back to me so soon. I greatly appreciate your help.
P.S. I probably should rephrase that and say, I'm glad that I asked so that I did not use up valuable time reviewing those two batches. :-) I wouldn't have minded doing them if needs be.