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04/24/2017The first standalone contemporary from Lauren (the Wild Seasons series) is an entertaining but uneven workplace romance in which the well-realized relentless atmosphere of Hollywood talent agencies provides the backdrop for a relationship that’s in trouble almost as soon as it begins.Evie Abbey and Carter Aaron, both agents at different firms, hit it off after meeting at a friend’s costume party and are eager to act on their robust chemistry.one for what their birthday was under the Julian calendar, and one for what it became when England’s dating changed to the Gregorian calendar.This can be confusing, but when you know the reason for it being listed that way, you at least know someone didn’t make a mistake in the records or wasn’t sure when they listed a birth date (or death or marriage date in the same time period).You may also stumble upon dating that looks different from your standard day/month/year or month/day/year styles.This can be confusing when you don’t know exactly what you’re looking at.Quaker records make figuring things out a little bit more challenging because they list dates in an odd way, different from what we are used to in typical dating.When you combine their odd style of writing dates with the change in calendars, you can become really confused as to what the actual, real date is for which you are searching.
Despite the odds against them from an embarrassing meet-awkward at a mutual friend’s Halloween party, Carter and Evie immediately hit it off.
Of course, you want to know what the real dates are, as this is important to the accuracy of your research, as well as your understanding of it.
So, let’s take a look at two common dating issues in genealogy research… As far as double dating goes, you will almost certainly eventually come across this if you go far enough back in time into colonial America or England/Great Britain in the 18 century.
In fact, the pivotal year for double dating is 1752.
That was the year that England changed its calendar from the Julian to the Gregorian.