FamilySearch Indexing: US, General Index to Pension Files,1861-1934, FAQ

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What about missing cards? For example, the photographer laid down 4 cards on the left side but no cards on the right. Should the indexer delete 4 lines and index only the 4 cards? 
 
What about missing cards? For example, the photographer laid down 4 cards on the left side but no cards on the right. Should the indexer delete 4 lines and index only the 4 cards? 
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If there is no place listed for the first filing date but there is a state listed for a later filing date, should we index the filing state for the later filing, even though we are indexing the first filing date?



My question is also about filing dates.  Project instructions say that the dates range from 1861-1934 on the pension files and 1887-1942 on the Widows Pensions. How  do we arbitrateif the date indexed does not fall in these ranges? 


What about missing cards? For example, the photographer laid down 4 cards on the left side but no cards on the right. Should the indexer delete 4 lines and index only the 4 cards?