Do we index the yearend summary of baptisms, marriages, deaths from Belgium Namur Civil Records?
I'm reviewing a batch from Belgium, Namur Civil Records. Individual birth, marriage, and deaths are used as examples in the project instructions. This particular batch contains 3 pages of the end of the year summary of baptisms (listing name of child, date of birth, and # of registration); marriages (listing names of bride and groom, date, and # of registration); and deaths (name of deceased, and date). These lists are entitled: "Liste Alphebetique Annualle". The indexer noted that there was no information to extract. The instructions do not specifically provide an example of this type of page, so it could be inferred from the examples not to do these pages.
In my own Belgium research, I have had record hints linking to pages like this summary. In some cases, the full record has been lost (page missing, or became illegible). My inclination would be to index each individual name as separate entries--even though the information is partial. In this case I would need to resubmit for re-indexing.
I'm just starting as a reviewer and would appreciate counsel on this. I would expect most of the Belgium civil records will contain similar pages, so this would be a common issue.