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From: DE Neilley <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] re irregular date
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2011 11:42:01 -0600
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Is it in fact impossible, or could it have something to do with the change
from the Gregorian to Julian calendars? (or the other way around - I can
never remember which is which?) When was the calendar changed in Sweden?

Doreen Neilley
On Sun, Mar 27, 2011 at 10:47 AM, Rick Van Dusen <>wrote:

> However, if (after you've done the checks recommended here) the record
> clearly says Feb 29, 1767, even though you know this is impossible, I
> believe it should be entered with that date (but with a sort date of Feb
> 28 or Mar 1), since that is what the record says. And you'll just have
> to let it be an irregular date. (You could/should add a note in the Memo
> or in the CD stating what exactly you saw, e.g. the actual image.)
>
> <snip>


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