Edith Meinhard, born Edith Kötteritzsch (Berlin, 22 November 1908 - ca 1945) was a German actress Media in category Edith Meinhard The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total Every single verified supercentenarian born in 1902. Music is Blue Danube by Strauss List of Canadian supercentenarians Last updated December 25, 2019. This article lists Canadian supercentenarians (people from Canada who have attained the age of at least 110 years).  The oldest verified Canadian person ever was Marie-Louise Meilleur, who died in 1998 aged 117 years, 230 days.Since 114-year-old Ellen Dolly Gibb's death on 5 June 2019, the oldest living person in Canada is. Robert Grant Pitts Bob Weighton (born 29 March 1908) from Alton, Hampshire is an English supercentenarian. At the age of 111, Bob is the joint-oldest living person in the United Kingdom along with Joan Hocquard, who was also born on 29 March 1908
Robert Weighton (March 29, 1908- ), England Britain's oldest man is believed to have been born before World War I and when Edward VII was king. He has 10 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren Piken, born in Brooklyn, New York, on December 20, 1908, has been a life-long Dodgers fan and is believed to be the oldest man living in the United States. (Photo by Mark Rightmire, Orange County.
111-year-old Brit becomes the oldest man in the world Thursday 27 February 11.09am. 111-year-old Brit Bob Weighton has become the oldest man in the world following the death of the previous. Supercentenarians remain rare . A younger sister, Anna, was born in 1910 after the family had moved in 1908 to a 160-acre farm two miles east and one mile north of Lake City in Calhoun County The Oldest Human Beings. These statistics were provided [Some give surname as Tagami,possibly born January 12th] Ruby Lee (Markham) Drakeford 112 339 January 25,1892 December 29,2004 Ann (Bezanson) Lindholm 110 79 January 30,1892 April 19,2002 [possibly born January 15th] Agnes (Weston) Brown 111 6 February 5,1892 February 11,2003 Tsuru. Baker was the first supercentenarian listed by Guinness World Records as the world's oldest person. In 2002, researchers confirmed that she had been the world's oldest living person by modern verification standards for an unknown period of time prior to her death in 1955. She was the second well-documented person in the world to have reached the age of 113, after Delina Filkins. On 23 November 2010, marking her 114th birthday, Pizzinato was visited by Italy's president, Giorgio Napolitano, who wrote her a congratulations letter.
Annibal Camoux is the only one of Luxdorph's supercentenarians whose exact age has been established by more recent research. In 1957 the French historian Louis Thibaux discovered that Annibal had in reality been born in Nice in 1669, and was thus actually only 90 years old when he died (Troyansky 1989 p. 24) Supercentenarians live all over the world, but most of the world's oldest hail from Japan. As of December 2, there are 19 verified living supercentenarians living in Japan. The U.S. is in second place with seven. The number of living supercentenarians is estimated to be anywhere between 150 and 600 This is a list of the 50 oldest people who have been verified to be alive as of the dates of the cited supporting sources. It is estimated that there are between 150 and 600 living people who have reached the age of 110 . Henry Allingham (1896-2009), was a First World War veteran, and the longest-lived British man ever, at 113 years and 42 days. Pictured in 2006, age 110. British supercentenarians are citizens, residents or emigrants from the United Kingdom who have attained or surpassed 110 years of age. As of January 2015, the Gerontology.
The vast majority of verified Asian cases of supercentenarians come from Japan, which has kept birth records for more than a century, while other Asian countries have historically been less meticulous about keeping such records. According to The Washington Post, China and India have many supercentenarians, but none are confirmed, as their governments did not track births prior to the early 1900s. There have been 3 verified emigrant supercentenarians from Asia, the oldest of whom is Indian woman Lucy d'Abreu who died in the United Kingdom on 7 December 2005, aged 113 years, 197 days. Latin American Supercentenarians (as of 16 December 2019) Bold and green: validated by the GRG Bold and black: researched and true (may not be completed) Olimpia Veliz, 111, (b. 12 July 1908) [Born in Bolivia]. Giuseppina Projetto (30 May 1902 – 6 July 2018) was, at age 116 years, 37 days, the oldest living person in Italy from the death of Marie Josephine Gaudette on 13 July 2017, and the world's second-oldest verified living person upon the death of Nabi Tajima on 21 April 2018, until her own death on 6 July 2018.
We would all love to live longer, so long as we can do it functionally and with all our faculties in place. There is much argument and many conflicting ideas on what allows people to live a long and healthy life. Despite this there is evidence of. Deceased (Validated) Living (Validated) Pending Unvalidated Limbo
Living supercentenarians Recent validations Recent deaths All supercentenarians in Europe Emigrant supercentenarians Supercentenarians by country born 11 February 1904 is currently the oldest validated living person in Europe. Bob Weighton, born 29 March 1908 is currently the oldest validated living man in Europe. He lives in Alton. Aarne Armas Arska Arvonen (4 August 1897 - 1 January 2009) was a Finnish supercentenarian who lived for 111 years and 150 days. He became the last known living Finn to have been born in the 1800s, a time when Finland was still an autonomous part of the Russian Empire.. Born in Helsinki, Arvonen served for the Red Guard in the Finnish Civil War of 1918, and later became its last surviving. Ursula Krigger (1902-Present, 112 years, 340 days) was born in the Danish West Indies, which was a former Danish territory. It is now the Unites States Virgin Islands. It is unknown whereabouts in Denmark Anna Nielsen and Bertha Wallin were born. And that concludes our little trivial lists about Nordic centenarians and supercentenarians Edith 'Judy' Ingamells (née Gude; 12 January 1894 – 1 March 2006) was the oldest person in the United Kingdom from December 2005 to March 2006. She was born in Maidenhead, Berkshire, to George and Harriet Gude. According to census documents, George worked as a photographer in 1901 and a public caterer in 1911. She moved to Enfield, London, at the beginning of the First World War in 1914, and married Percy Ingamells, a wholesale florist. They had three daughters, born between 1915 and 1925. Ingamells lived in other areas around England, and worked as a milliner before settling back in Enfield in 1990. The GRG reports that there have been, including emigrants, 5 verified supercentenarians from Denmark, the oldest of whom is Christian Mortensen, who emigrated to the United States in 1903, where he died on 25 April 1998, aged 115 years, 252 days. The oldest person to be born and die in Denmark is Ellen Adelaide Brandenborg, who died on 22 July.
Auvin was born 20 March 1908 in the nearby Vienne department. He became France's oldest man on 24 November 2016, when his predecessor, Georges Massard, passed away at the age of 110 in the. . Nick McGrath made this Official Information request to Department of Internal Affairs. The request was successful The Gerontology Research Group (GRG), an organization that tracks supercentenarians and validates longevity claims, has validated claims of over 700 American supercentenarians and as of November 3, 2018, lists seven verified living American supercentenarians, the oldest of whom is Lessie Brown, born September 22, 1904, aged 114 years, 42 days Robert Weighton (March 29, 1908 - ), UK Britain's oldest man was born when the country had not entered World War I and when Edward VII was King. He has 10 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren
Even more bizarrely, Britain's oldest woman, Joan Hocquard, from Poole, was also born on March 29 th 1908. So anyone looking for advice as to how to live a long life might want to consider being born on that specific date - although I appreciate that these things are difficult to arrange retrospectively This is a list of German supercentenarians (people from Germany who have attained the age of at least 110 years). Until now there have been 52 verified supercentenarians from Germany. The oldest person ever from Germany is Augusta Holtz, who died in the USA in 1986 aged 115 years 79 days. The oldest person ever to be born and die in Germany was Maria Laqua who died aged 112 years and 362 days.
The inclusion criteria were: to be born within the dates indicated in the study (before 1908 for centenarians, between 1928 and 1938 for octogenarians and between 1968 and 1988 for young individuals), to live in the 11 th Health Department for at least the last 6 years and to sign the informed consent. The exclusion criterion was to be. A supercentenarian (sometimes hyphenated as super-centenarian) is someone who has reached the age of 110.This age is achieved by about one in 1,000 centenarians. Anderson et al. concluded that supercentenarians live a life typically free of major age-related diseases until shortly before maximum human lifespan is reached European supercentenarians. European supercentenarians are residents or emigrants from Europe who have attained or surpassed 110 years of age. As of January 2015, the Gerontology Research Group (GRG) had validated the longevity claims of more than 600 European supercentenarians. The oldest living person in Europe is Frenchwoman Lucile Randon, born 11 February 1904, aged 116 years, 81 days Rebecca Hewison (née Ramsdale; 19 October 1881 – 22 September 1994), from Grimsby, Lincolnshire, was the oldest person in Britain at the time of her death, aged 112 years, 338 days. She was the fourth of six children born to Will, a timber merchant, and Betsy-Ann Ramsdale. She married George Hewison, a stonemason, in 1905. In 1938 she moved to North London to live with her daughter Frances. In 1963 the family moved to Berrynarbor in Devon. At 105, Hewison returned to her hometown of Grimsby. In 1990 she met the Queen Mother at RAF Scampton. She was a supporter of Grimsby Town Football Club and met the team in 1991, the year she turned 110. People born in 1908.See also: 1908 deaths. Top A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y
Karl Friedrich Wedeking (10 October 1862 – 5 May 1973) was the first German-born person to reach age 110 (as Ella Ille Rentel, who was the first German supercentenarian, was born in Lithuania) and when he died aged 110 years, 207 days, was also the world's oldest living man. He was born in Blomberg and died in Dortmund. He was one of the founding members of the gliders club, which was started in 1931 and is still active in Blomberg today. This table lists the sequence of the world's oldest known living men from 1973 to present. The following is a list of living centenarians (living people who have attained the age of at least 100 years) known for reasons other than their longevity. For more lists of centenarians, see lists of centenarians. References Name Lifespan Age Notability Kathryn Wasserman Davis 1907 - 111 American philanthropist Margaret Dunning 1910 - 108 American philanthropist Yann Fouéré 1910. . She is known as the founder of the quarterly magazine America's Intercultural Magazine (AIM).She founded AIM in 1973.. Apilado was born in Chicago, Illinois.She turned 100 in 2008, and 110 in 2018.. Reference German supercentenarians are citizens, residents or emigrants from Germany who have attained or surpassed 110 years of age. As of January 2015, the Gerontology Research Group had validated the longevity claims of 59 German supercentenarians, including 49 residents and 10 emigrants. There are at least 5 Germans known to be alive over age 110, including 1 emigrant; the oldest German is emigrant.
This is a list of Swedish supercentenarians (people from Sweden who have attained the age of at least 110 years). According to the Gerontology Research Group (GRG), there have been 18 supercentenarians from Sweden, including 3 emigrants, identified by the group, the oldest of whom is Astrid Zachrison who died the night of her 113th birthday 15 May 2008. As of 18 February 2020, the oldest. A younger sister, Anna, was born in 1910 after the family had moved in 1908 to a 160-acre farm two miles east and one mile north of Lake City in Calhoun County This is a list of all verified supercentenarians born in 1903 Cecilia Seghizzi (5 September 1908 - 22 November 2019) was an Italian composer, painter and teacher.. Her music catalog includes more than 130 compositions, among which many are choral music.. On 5 September 2018, she became a supercentenarian upon celebrating her 110th birthday. She died on 22 November 2019 at the age of 111 On the age validation of supercentenarians 23 The register lists each individual's date and place of birth, rank in the family (whether, for example, a member is the ﬁrst or second son, o
Italian supercentenarians are citizens, residents or emigrants from Italy who have attained or surpassed 110 years of age. As of January 2015, the Gerontology Research Group (GRG) had validated the longevity claims of 151 Italian supercentenarians. There are currently 12 known Italians alive over age 110; the oldest is Erminia Bianchini, born 23 April 1908, aged 111 years, 327 days Since the death of 117-year-old Chiyo Miyako of Japan on 22 July 2018, 117-year-old Kane Tanaka, also of Japan, born 2 January 1903, is the oldest living person in the world whose age has been validated. Since the death of 114-year-old Gustav Gerneth of Germany on 22 October 2019, 112-year-old Chitetsu Watanabe of Japan, born 5 March 1907, is. British supercentenarians are citizens, residents or emigrants from the United Kingdom who have attained or surpassed 110 years of age. As of January 2015, the Gerontology Research Group (GRG) had validated the longevity claims of 154 British supercentenarians, including 23 emigrants who died in other nations. The oldest known British person ever was Charlotte Hughes who died in 1993 at the age of 115 years, 228 days. The oldest man ever from the United Kingdom was Henry Allingham who died in 2009 at the age of 113 years, 42 days. As of 20 May 2020, the oldest living Britons are Joan Eileen Hocquard and Robert Weighton, both born on 29 March 1908 (aged 112 years, 52 days). Weighton is also the world's oldest living man.
Mr. B. F. was born in 1908. He was the fourth of five siblings. He achieved high school degree and worked as department head of a metallurgic factory. He retired at the age of 68. Since the age of 71, he had been widower, but he had a network of relatives who, though being autonomous, supported him A list of supercentenarians born in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland. Contents . Born 7 Mar 1908. 110 years, 198 days. Living in SWE: References. Indsendt af perhag kl. 15.53. Send med mail Blog om dette! Del via Twitter Del via Facebook Del på Pinterest. Ingen kommentarer The group of NCO controls consisted of 107 age-matched offspring [n=55 males, mean age (SD) = 70.4 (6.3) years and n=52 females, mean age (SD) = 71.7 (5.7) years], having both parents born in the same birth cohort of centenarians (1900-1908), but dead before the threshold age over which subjects were classified long-lived as previously. Discover the most famous people born in 2008 including Hayley LeBlanc, Coco Quinn, RonaldOMG, Lilliana Ketchman, Mia Talerico and many more
Purpose . Political, national, religious, and other motivations have led the media and even scientists to errantly accept extreme longevity claims prima facie. We describe various causes of false claims of extraordinary longevity. Design and Methods . American Social Security Death Index files for the period 1980-2009 were queried for individuals with birth and death dates yielding ages 110. This is a chronologically ordered list of British monarchs starting from the Act of Union of 1707—the unification of the English and Scottish kingdoms as Great Britain. Anne (1702-14) George I (1714-27
Amy Isabel Hulmes née Matthews (5 October 1887 – 27 October 2001) from Bury, Greater Manchester was the oldest person in Britain from November 2000 to October 2001. She was also thought to be the oldest person in the world, before the discovery of Maude Farris-Luse who was nine months older. She was the youngest of nine children. She became a weaver and married Philip Hulmes, who died in 1956. They had two daughters. According to her grandson Nick Murray, Hulmes used to drink four bottles of beer a day, gave up smoking at the age of 84, and could still touch her toes at the age of 105. (Redirected from List of living supercentenarians) This is a list of the 50 oldest people who have been verified to be alive as of the dates of the cited supporting sources. It is estimated that there are between 150 and 600 living people who have reached the age of 110 This is a list of verified Portuguese supercentenarians (people from Portugal who have attained the age of at least 110 years). There have been 8 verified supercentenarians from Portugal. The oldest person ever from Portugal was Maria de Jesu Systematic verification of longevity has only been practiced in recent decades and only in certain parts of the world. All ten oldest verified people ever are women.
List of Living British Supercentenarians 1. Grace Jones (born 16 September 1906), aged 112 [of Broadway, Worcestershire, ENG] 2. Gwen Payne (born 5 August 1907), aged 111 [of Sevenoaks, Kent, ENG] 3. Hilda Clulow (born 15 March 1908), aged 111 [of Redditch, Worcestershire, ENG] T4. Joan Hocquard (born 29 March 1908), aged 110 [of Poole, Dorset. Elisabeth Schneider (19 August 1901 – 9 February 2013) was a German supercentenarian who was the oldest living person in Germany from the death of Karolina Gröber on 21 November 2011 until her own death on 9 February 2013 at the age of 111 years and 174 days. She was born in Bad Oeynhausen, North Rhine-Westphalia, in 1901 and had two sisters. She married in 1923 and gave birth to a daughter two years later. Schneider lived on her own until the age of 97. At her 111th birthday she was asked for the secret of her longevity as the oldest living German supercentenarian and replied laughing that others just would have given up gasping for breath. On 9 February 2013, she died in a retirement home in Varel, Lower Saxony. Schneider was survived by her daughter, two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
1908 399 222 117 61 40 1907 339 179 97 46 26 10 1906 313 167 95 48 19 9 6 1905 284 149 84 41 24 11 5 1 semi-supercentenarians/born semi-supercentenarians 10. 11 Analyzing the data by month of death, the risk of death is lowest in summer and highest in winter Life-span (collected in days and represented in years) density of all deceased Olympians (N = 19,012) and all validated supercentenarians (N = 1,205) born since 1800 in function of their birth. Maria Laqua (12 February 1889 – 9 February 2002) was a German supercentenarian who was the oldest person ever in Germany (as German-born Augusta Holtz lived in the United States) when she died aged 112 years, 362 days (three days before her 113th birthday), though until 12 October 2018 when her age was surpassed by Gustav Gerneth. The oldest sorority of the Divine Nine—the historically black sororities and fraternities that make up the National Pan-Hellenic Council—Alpha Kappa Alpha was born in 1908 at Howard University. List of German supercentenarians Last updated February 09, 2020. Edelgard Huber von Gersdorff (1905-2018) was one of the oldest Germans ever recorded. At age 112 she was part of an awareness campaign for the EU's 112 emergency number.. German supercentenarians are citizens, residents or emigrants from Germany who have attained or surpassed 110 years of age
Validated Pending Unvalidated For the baseline cohort born in 1904, the estimated level of the plateau is a = 0.645. It corresponds to an annual probability of dying of 1 — exp(−0.645) = 0.475, and an expectation of further life of 1/0.645 = 1.55 years. This outcome is in keeping with the probability estimated elsewhere for supercentenarians . With 90% of person-years. This is a list of verified Portuguese supercentenarians (people who have attained the age of at least 110 years), ordered by date of birth. All of these claims were validated by the Gerontology Research Group. 1
This is a list of persons claiming to be supercentenarians born in the year 1905. As of 12 April 2020, 36 people (five of whom are in limbo) have been officially validated according to the GRG, IDL, or GWR. 10 people are currently pending, which means that there is sufficient evidence to support their claim, but the validation process has not yet been completed. Validated (Deceased) Validated. Maria Laqua was born in 1889 in Rheydt-Odenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, as one of 13 children. She worked as a housemaid, married and gave birth to two children in the 1920s. Her husband Charles died in 1958. Both of their sons died in the Second World War. Laqua lived for 35 years in a retirement home in Bad Hönningen, Rhineland-Palatinate and died in her sleep on 9 February 2002. She was only survived by a great-niece who attended her regularly. It was reported that Laqua was in need of care, bedridden and inaccessible during her last years. Nevertheless, there were also good days when she had a flash and spoke. This American tradition (dubbed, The Greatest Spectacle in Racing,) was born in the few years after the Cubs World Series victory in 1908 - an era that had little in the way of paved roads or cars (there were only 458,000 cars owned in the United States in 1910) This article lists Canadian supercentenarians (people from Canada who have attained the age of at least 110 years). The oldest verified Canadian person ever was Marie-Louise Meilleur, who died in 1998 aged 117 years, 230 days. As of 3 May 2020, there are four living supercentenarians in Canada
The pair, born on 29 March 1908, have never met, but for the past few years they have exchanged birthday cards. Unlike some fellow supercentenarians, Weighton offers no clues to his longevity. Person Gallery Trivia Elizabeth Bolden (August 15, 1890 - December 11, 2006) was an American supercentenarian. She was the 7th oldest person ever. Bolden married Louis Bolden around 1908, and their first child, Ezell, was born on September 21, 1909. She had seven children in all, only two of who.. Frieda Szwillus (née Hennig; 30 March 1902 – 21 September 2014) was a German supercentenarian who had been Germany's oldest living person from 22 April 2014 until her death 5 months later, aged 112 years, 175 days. Frieda Hennig was born in Dessau in 1902 (now in Saxony-Anhalt) and had six siblings. In 1908, aged six; she and her family moved to Erla. Szwillus was married twice, raised one biological child and three stepchildren, and outlived all four of them. Murphy was born in North Carolina, July 6, 1905 -- just a few years before the first Model T automobile was introduced by Henry Ford in 1908. the list of validated Living supercentenarians in. In late-2011, Szwillus was bedridden for some weeks but recovered. Until her later years, she was living at home in Raschau with her family and she needed no medicine. Mrs. Szwillus was in good physical condition, but suffered from dementia. Szwillus's family attributed her longevity to having a lively family life. She often visited her siblings but never went on holiday. Furthermore, Szwillus was only physically active during her youth. She also enjoyed knitting and embroidering. She died on 21 September 2014 at the age of 112 years and 175 days.
a^ Calment's case was disputed in a study posted online in November 2018, which has not been formally resolved. List of Living British Supercentenarians T1. Joan Hocquard (born 29 March 1908), aged 111 [of Poole, Dorset, ENG] T1. Bob Weighton (born 29 March 1908), aged 111 [of Alton, Hampshire, ENG] 3. Violet Davies-Evans (born 30 March 1908), aged 111 [of Spalding, Lincolnshire, ENG] 4. Daisy Bastin (born 3 May 1908), aged 111 [of Glastonbury, Somerset. Rank Forename Surname Sex Date of birth Date of death Age (y & d) Combined age (y & d) Residence ; 1: Sarah Lilian: Priest: F: 7 November 1908: 111: 189: 21 Venere Pizzinato (married Papo, 23 November 1896 – 2 August 2011) was an Italian supercentenarian who lived for 114 years and 252 days. At the time of her death she was the oldest person ever from Italy, and the world's third oldest living person. Pizzinato was also the oldest person ever to have been born in the Austro-Hungarian empire.
Growth trends. From 1901 to 1971, the proportion of centenarians in the Australian population ranged from 0.0013% to 0.0016%. However, from 1971, the proportion of centenarians almost doubled every decade to reach 0.012% in 2001, and is on track to double again in the next decade ().Australia is among the countries that have the highest proportion of centenarians, along with the United States. Murphy was born in North Carolina, July 6, 1905 -- just a few years before the first Model T automobile was introduced by Henry Ford in 1908. Murphy's daughter, Rose Green, said her mom grew up living in the pre-civil rights era and had to drink from segregated water fountains and enter stores and restaurants through back doors Below is an incomplete list of supercentenarians born in Africa who have died or are living on another continent. Supercentenarians (Age 110 and older) New record holder: Puerto Rican Emiliano Mercado del Toro, 115, now becomes the world's oldest living person, according to the Gerontology Research Group in Los Angeles. Born Aug. 21, 1891, Toro is a veteran of World War I. His daily diet includes boiled cornmeal, cod and milk to which he credits his longevity
Spanish supercentenarians are citizens, residents or emigrants from Spain who have attained or surpassed 110 years of age. As of January 2015, the Gerontology Research Group (GRG) had validated the longevity claims of 45 Spanish supercentenarians, including 42 residents and 3 emigrants. More supercentenarians were identified by other studies and by news reports BRITAIN'S OLDEST MEN (110) Robert Weighton and Alf Smith, born on 29 March 1908, have celebrated their 110th birthdays on the same day and credited their long lives to laughter and porridge. as the keys to a long life a^ Mortensen was born in Denmark. b^ Gerneth was born in Stettin, then part of the German Empire, now in Poland and renamed Szczecin. c^ Kristal was born in Maleniec, Końskie County, then part of the Russian Empire, now in Poland. Supercentenarians born 1907. Über 80% neue Produkte zum Festpreis; Das ist das neue eBay. Finde 1907 This is intended to be a list of supercentenarians born in, or claiming birth in, the year 1907. Only those whose date of birth can be cited in a reliable source. This is a list of persons claiming to be supercentenarians born in the year 1905
For those new to blogs, check out this post *commenting on blogs* Recent comments, on the sidebar blogroll, often have additional or complementary information. Recent revisions of posts themselves may be found by using the search box for revised. Tech support says spam (ads or worse) is hitting WordPress heavily so if you don't see your comment in 24 hours, send an E-mail and TS will check. Born on 29 March 1908, who was born in Hull - also shares the same birthday as Britain's oldest woman. But all three supercentenarians still have some way to go to catch up with the world. Jeanetta Jane Thomas (2 December 1869 – 5 January 1982) of Llantrisant, Wales, was the oldest person in the United Kingdom from October 1980 to January 1982. Her parents owned a quarry. She spent her youth in London working as a seamstress. Around age 40, she returned to Wales and opened a drapery shop, which she ran until she was 98. From the age of 107, Thomas resided at a nursing home in Cowbridge, Wales. The Times published her photograph upon her 112th birthday. This table lists the sequence of the world's oldest known living person from 1955 to present, according to GRG research. Due to the life expectancy difference between sexes, nearly all the oldest living people have been women; a sequence of the oldest living men is provided below the main list.
This page lists centenarians whose ages have been officially verified, listing any centenarians born before 1780, and any centenarians aged over 105 who were born after 1780. This page is a work in progress aimed at understanding the emergence of centenarians worldwide Greetings, This list is dedicated to the supercentenarians born in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, which existed from 1867 until 1918. Currently, 12 i Elizabeth Jones was born in 1890 in Somerville, Tennessee, the daughter of freed slaves. Bolden married Louis Bolden circa 1908, and their first child, a son, Ezell, was born on September 21, 1909. She had seven children in total, only two of whom were still alive as of her death in 2006: Esther Rhodes, 89, and Mamie Brittmon, 86 Daisy Irene Adams (née Woodward; 30 June 1880 – 8 December 1993) was the oldest person in the United Kingdom between March and December 1993. Adams lived in Church Gresley, Derbyshire. She was widowed at 36, as her husband died on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. Adams was a teetotaler and ate little. She outlived three of her five children, and died at the age of 113 years and 161 days. Her son Ted put her longevity down to "living a quiet life". Discover the most famous people born in 2018 including Stormi Webster, Posie Rayne LaBrant, Alaïa McBroom, Disco Norris, Kulture Kiari Cephus and many more
There are 47 additional claimants on the list who are either unvalidated, or have been independently researched, but whose claimed ages have not yet been reviewed and processed by the GRG. This category is referred to as "unvalidated". Validated supercentenarians who were born in Europe but now live in another continent 2 results. The table below lists supercentenarians whose ages have been validated by the European Supercentenarian Organisation Italian supercentenarians are citizens, residents or emigrants from Italy who have attained or surpassed 110 years of age. As of January 2015[update], the Gerontology Research Group (GRG) had validated the longevity claims of 151 Italian supercentenarians. There are currently 13 known Italians alive over age 110; the oldest is Erminia Bianchini, born 23 April 1908, aged 112 years, 28 days. The oldest Italian ever was Emma Morano, who was also the last person in the world to have been born before the year 1900. She died on 15 April 2017, aged 117 years and 137 days.
The oldest German is Katharina Hagemeyer, born 4 August 1908, aged 111 years, 288 days living in North Rhine-Westphalia. Augusta Holtz, an emigrant to the United States, was the oldest German citizen whose age was validated; she lived 115 years and 79 days, from 1871 to 1986 Asian supercentenarians. This is an incomplete list of supercentenarians who were born or died in Asia, or are living there. According to the Gerontology Research Group, the verified oldest Asian person ever was Nabi Tajima of Japan, who died on 21 April 2018, aged 117 years, 260 days.  The verified oldest man is Jiroemon Kimura, also from Japan, who died on 12 June 2013, aged 116 years, 54. This doesn't quite count, since my great-grandmother died in 1992. But if you'd asked this question 25 years ago, the answer definitely would have been yes. For the record, here's the woman in question, riding a motorcycle when she was about 10 —. German supercentenarians are citizens, residents or emigrants from Germany who have attained or surpassed 110 years of age. As of January 2015[update], the Gerontology Research Group (GRG) had validated the longevity claims of 59 German supercentenarians, including 49 residents and 10 emigrants. There are currently at least 4 Germans known to be alive over age 110. The oldest German is Katharina Hagemeyer, born 4 August 1908, aged 111 years, 290 days living in North Rhine-Westphalia. Augusta Holtz, an emigrant to the United States, was the oldest German citizen whose age was validated; she lived 115 years and 79 days, from 1871 to 1986. Beyond the 50 oldest Europeans in aggregate, there are more detailed lists of the oldest Belgian, British, Danish, Finnish, French, German, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish people.