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Pope Gregory XIII, changed the calendar in 1582, among the things he did, was to make February 29th Leap Year Day.

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Honor Society Members

Marilyn Zangara of New York, United States
born 1944
Sometimes I wish I never told people that I was born on Feb. 29.
Lawrence W. Hulse Sr. of Connecticut, United States
born 1944
William R. Adams of New Hampshire, United States
born 1944
Mary Liles of Florida, United States
born 1944
Hello fellow leapers-hope all of your birthdays are great in 2004!!! And remember, the older you get, the more you appreciate only 1 birthday every 4...
Dick A. Morris of Kansas, United States
born 1944
I think it will be fun turning 15 next year. I look forward to meeting others on this special day.
David Wind of New York, United States
born 1944
David R. Montague of Montana, United States
born 1944
The accident of birth made each of us feel special -- and so we must be.
Carol H. Wilkerson of Georgia, United States
born 1944
Sally Ritchie of New Brunswick, Canada
born 1944
Have never met another Leap year baby.
Kirk A.L. Smith of Manitoba, Canada
born 1944
Raymond Jordan of Victoria, Australia
born 1944
Goodaye from down under! Birthday greeting to all you special people. Amazingly I have met only two 29/2 people over the years. Great to find this...
Carrie (Caroline) Dunkle of Michigan, United States
born 1944
"Being a Leap Year 'baby' has always been a perfect fit, since my theme song is ""I Won't Grow Up"" from...
Dianne M. Sidorchuk of Manitoba, Canada
born 1944
Jill of British Columbia, Canada
born 1944
I've never met another Leap Year baby let alone one born in my year! I do love being special every 4 years, thanks Mom!
Deidre C. Gould of Maryland, United States
born 1944
Raymond Dunsavage of New Jersey, United States
born 1944
I'm only 15 that's better than 60. it's a lot easer to blow out 15 candles! Everyone does remember your Birthday. It's just a...
Ronald E. Downs of Texas, United States
born 1944
Dwayne Wanner of Ontario, Canada
born 1944
Lillian McCaffrey of Rhode Island, United States
born 1944
Tam Ngo of Cebu, Philippines
born 1944
Derek Bowman of Cumbria, United Kingdom
born 1944
I have only met one other person who was born in the same year as me, unfortunately he was run over and killed by a car whilst sledging near a road...
Orlan of Illinois, United States
born 1944
The guy I work with in the next cubicle is also a Leap Year baby. Just 5 birthdays behind me.
Rene G. Estacion Sr. of Philippines
born 1944
"Actually, my father was born on a leap year. We always make it a point to have a ""huge"" celebration. if it isn't a...
Heber Stone, Jr. of Florida, United States
born 1944
Never met a Leaper.
Carol of Illinois, United States
born 1944
Diane Smith of North Carolina, United States
born 1944
When I went to open up a bank account, they would not use the 29th, said that their computers were not set up for that date, I told them they had...
Les Vivian of New Jersey, United States
born 1944
Mary Christine Stansberry of Kansas, United States
born 1944
"Always felt a little special. Had great birthdays when I was little. My mother passed away when I was born so that was sad, but was raised by...
Bob Dunnett of California, United States
born 1944
Pamela L Coomer of Washington, United States
born 1944
Claire of United Kingdom
born 1944
A friend who lived just across the road from me was born on the same day and there was just a few hours between us. We went to the same Primary...
Vernon Paul Noland of Indiana, United States
born 1944
I was born at home in my grandparent's house in Port Neches, Texas while my father was overseas fighting in Burma during WWII
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