Can we see the entire volume we are indexing, not just +/- 5 pages? Belgium civil records
Hi...my cousin and I are indexing the Belgium Namur civil records. While we can see records that have been microfilmed from Namur and other provinces: https://www.familysearch.org/?owc=SXJK-HZD%3A367681901%3Fcc%3D2138511
we cannot find the online version of the microfilm from the locations/dates/locations we are indexing. They must exist, or we wouldn't be able to digitize them online. How do we find those unindexed, but online volumes?
The main reason is to aid in interpreting the particular civil magistrate's handwriting! While searching for our own family records through unindexed records, we usually were able to find an annual index of all the births, marriages, and deaths for a given year within the same volume. We worry the most about the first letter since getting it wrong would inhibit future researchers :) Being able to refer to all the names in alphabetical order makes the indexing go a lot faster.
Note: we do not and would not trust the end of year or decennial alphabetical indexes for the batch indexing. We would still look at the spelling, to the best of our ability, for the original entry. My work around now is to google what I think is the Belgium surname to make sure it's a reasonable choice. It's helped to sort out some of the spelling. But we do try to analyze the original and of course will use it when the letters obviously differ.
Would there be a way we can contact the person coordinating our particular project?