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32 minutes ago, Lafaucheuse said:

I hope so, if not I’ll be worried...


Now I’m fucking worried. Jesus fuck…

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Antonia da Santa Cruz has reached the age of 116 years and 129 days, surpassing Jeanne Bot. She has now lived longer than all other validated supercentenarians born in 1905.

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Valentine Ligny, 6th oldest living person, turns 115. She is the 57th validated person who reaches 115th birthday.

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Fusa Tatsumi, 10th oldest living person, currently aged 114 years and 183 days, enters top 100 oldest verified people ever.

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Number of people in the top100 oldest verified ever by year of birth

1870:1
1871:1
1872:-
1873:1
1874:-
1875:2
1876:-
1877:1
1878:1
1879:1
1880:4
1881:2
1882:4
1883:-
1884:2
1885:2
1886:1
1887:2
1888:1
1889:3
1890:6
1891:2
1892:-
1893:3
1894:1
1895:3
1896:7
1897:3
1898:3
1899:4
1900:7
1901:4
1902:4
1903:5
1904:3
1905:9
1906:4
1907:3

Last year without representation: 1892
Year with biggest representation as of now: 1905
 

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Lucile Randon ties Nabi Tajima at the age of 117 years and 260 days.

So 3rd and 4th oldest person ever are concurrently alive.

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Picture from Italian-born Brazilian supercentenarian Delio Venturotti's (25 Oct 1909-) 112th birthday, a week ago.

 

He's one of the seven (less or more) living men born before 1910 with:

 

Saturnino de la Fuente Garcia (11 Feb 1909-) Spain

Ivo Gomes Barbosa (15 May 1909-in limbo since 2020) Brazil

Juan Vicente Perez Mora (27 May 1909-) Venezuela

Marcel Meys (12 July 1909-15 Dec 2021) France

Geraldo de Jesus (2 Aug 1909-) Brazil

Lawrence Brooks (12 Sept 1909-4 Jan 2022) United States

and Venturotti, all 112.

 

Geraldo de Jesus is bedridden but lucid, Saturnino is in a wheelchair. The others seem to still be able to stand, Brooks could stand on his 112th without any aid.

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14 minutes ago, arghton said:

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Picture from Italian-born Brazilian supercentenarian Delio Venturotti's (25 Oct 1909-) 112th birthday, a week ago.

 

He's one of the seven (less or more) living men born before 1910 with:

 

Saturnino de la Fuente Garcia (11 Feb 1909-) Spain

Ivo Gomes Barbosa (15 May 1909-) Brazil

Juan Vicente Perez Mora (27 May 1909-) Venezuela

Marcel Meys (12 July 1909-) France

Geraldo de Jesus (2 Aug 1909-) Brazil

Lawrence Brooks (12 Sept 1909-) United States

and Venturotti, all 112.

 

Geraldo de Jesus is bedridden but lucid, Saturnino is in a wheelchair. The others seem to still be able to stand, Brooks could stand on his 112th without any aid.

I am curious to see if we will finaly have a 114th male birthday again. There are now many 112+ men and they look strong. 

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https://www.hs.fi/muistot/art-2000008356618.html

Linnea Tanttu, one of the oldest people in Finland has died at the age of 106. 

She had memories of the Independence of Finland in 1917 and the Civil War of 1918, probably if not the last, one of the last living people to have memories of these events. Also remembered the spanish flu pandemic.

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5 minutes ago, arghton said:

https://www.hs.fi/muistot/art-2000008356618.html

Linnea Tanttu, one of the oldest people in Finland has died at the age of 106. 

She had memories of the Independence of Finland in 1917 and the Civil War of 1918, probably if not the last, one of the last living people to have memories of these events. Also remembered the spanish flu pandemic.


13th oldest according to this.

No prizes for 13th place in the egg and spoon race arghton.

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On 13/09/2021 at 13:55, arghton said:

(Lawrence Brooks) on his 112th:

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https://www.militarytimes.com/military-honor/salute-veterans/2021/11/11/the-oldest-living-wwii-veteran-now-112-wants-to-be-remembered-as-a-good-soldier/

Checked the latest news on Lawrence Brooks...

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He's declined really fastly during the last two months (especially during the last weeks), went from being able to stand properly to a wheelchair in september/october and now seems to be bedbound "spending his last days" home with his family. Picture from the 4th of November.

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Current TOP 10

 

1) Kane Tanaka                  118:316

2) Lucile Randon                117:276

3) Antonia da Santa Cruz 116:154

4) Tekla Juniewicz             115:157

5) Thelma Sutcilffe            115:044

6) Valentine Ligny              115:023

7) Yoshi Otsunari               114:332

8) Maria Branyas Morera  114:255

9) Casilda Benegas           114:220

10) Fusa Tatsumi               114:203

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Strong performance.

Also, Tanaka is getting really close to 119.

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I realized that when Kane Tanaka was born on January 2, 1903, a person born in 1700 was still alive, Margaret Ann Neve.

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On 16/11/2021 at 14:04, Luca@1996 said:

I realized that when Kane Tanaka was born on January 2, 1903, a person born in 1700 was still alive, Margaret Ann Neve.


She was 203?!

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7 hours ago, TQR said:


She was 203?!

Obviously not in 1700, but in the 1700's. To be precise in 1792.

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1 hour ago, Luca@1996 said:

Obviously not in 1700, but in the 1700's. To be precise in 1792.

Margaret Ann Neve who lived on Guernsey met a French general who was born in 1739 so a span of nearly 300 years from the general to Kane Tanaka. (via Neve)

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Indian man Lallat Mian dead at "115". "Indian" and "age-faking" may become synonyms.

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