When the glossy new calendars start arriving in December, it probably doesn't occur to you that New Year's Day was not always 1 January. Furthermore, it may not be obvious how this can affect your genealogical research. Calendars were developed to make sense of the natural cycle of time: days and years from the solar cycle, months from the lunar cycle. It took some experimentation before folks got it to the current system.
History and Genealogy Reference Unit.
Our calendar is like an old friend, always steady; always reliable. The year always begins on 1 January, and it ends on 31 December. There are twelve months.
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