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As promised last week, attached is a "first cut" list of those 113+ supercentenarians, validated by any of the currently recognised entities - that I am aware of. 

In that respect please note.

1. I've been out of this space for a while, hence may not be aware of some validated cases. If anyone is interested in looking at the list and notes any omissions, please let me know.

2 For this list I've included "LAS" or "ESO" where the respective websites indicate a validated 113+ candidate - to help with any matching - but I may remove these letters in the future.

3. There will be an updated list coming which will add any inclusions that  others may raise, will include a column for  the number days each individual lived and will shorten the individuals county to the 3 letter abbreviations adopted on this site. (This may change the order of some "tied" ages - where the earliest to reach that age is listed first for now). For now my focus is on getting all the names included.

4. For now green notes a living supercentenarian. The lighter yellow ("ochre") notes someone who achieved the title of WOP whilst the dark yellow denotes an individual who held the title of WOPOAT. Clearly some of these may change if there are validations I've missed.

5. In terms of individual assumptions to date - people may not agree with some of the 113+ limbo ages or assumptions made.  

6. I've assumed there is as yet no proof that Naka Mori, Tou Tajiri, Ichi Ishida or Mitsu Toshima definitely reached 113, hence they are not included at this stage.

7. If there is any feedback, feel free to be positive or critical - I don't mind.

But hopefully we can get a strong 113+ validated list. 


   
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Posted by: @chrisr

 

As promised last week, attached is a "first cut" list of those 113+ supercentenarians, validated by any of the currently recognised entities - that I am aware of. 

In that respect please note.

1. I've been out of this space for a while, hence may not be aware of some validated cases. If anyone is interested in looking at the list and notes any omissions, please let me know.

2 For this list I've included "LAS" or "ESO" where the respective websites indicate a validated 113+ candidate - to help with any matching - but I may remove these letters in the future.

3. There will be an updated list coming which will add any inclusions that  others may raise, will include a column for  the number days each individual lived and will shorten the individuals county to the 3 letter abbreviations adopted on this site. (This may change the order of some "tied" ages - where the earliest to reach that age is listed first for now). For now my focus is on getting all the names included.

4. For now green notes a living supercentenarian. The lighter yellow ("ochre") notes someone who achieved the title of WOP whilst the dark yellow denotes an individual who held the title of WOPOAT. Clearly some of these may change if there are validations I've missed.

5. In terms of individual assumptions to date - people may not agree with some of the 113+ limbo ages or assumptions made.  

6. I've assumed there is as yet no proof that Naka Mori, Tou Tajiri, Ichi Ishida or Mitsu Toshima definitely reached 113, hence they are not included at this stage.

7. If there is any feedback, feel free to be positive or critical - I don't mind.

But hopefully we can get a strong 113+ validated list. 

Thanks, but the list is sideways for some reason


   
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Thanks Re-Zet,

Not sure why its spun around and I'll try and load it again later.

 

For now if you are on an appropriate device you can "rotate" it once in an anti-clockwise direction - for a portrait view of it.  


   
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Many thanks for the effort, ChrisR!

 

I'll have a proper look at the list later this week, but for now I'm commenting on your opening post... not meant as criticism, just as help.

Point 6:

  • Naka Morii died in December 2005, aged 112.
  • Tou Tajiri died in February 2014, aged 112.
  • Ichi Ishida died in December 2011, aged 112.
  • Mitsu Toyoshima (not Toshima, correction made by Yumi Yamamoto, GRG correspondent for Japan) died in November 2019, aged 112.

Overduidelijk misschien.


   
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Noted thanks Marco

I had incomplete details on those 4.

No hurry on the rest, just whenever it may suit.


   
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Hey guys I just wanted to ask a quick question I had about genetics and longevity. I don't know what topic to put it in so I'll put it here. Not knowing much about genetics, I was curious, what's the genetic difference between a person who lives to be 112 and a person that lives to be 113? Does the 113 year old person have slightly better genetics than the 112 year old person? I would assume they do? Please help me understand. Would it be possible for scientists to "repair" genetics and help people live longer?


   
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Posted by: @aquanaut_chalk

Hey guys I just wanted to ask a quick question I had about genetics and longevity. I don't know what topic to put it in so I'll put it here. Not knowing much about genetics, I was curious, what's the genetic difference between a person who lives to be 112 and a person that lives to be 113? Does the 113 year old person have slightly better genetics than the 112 year old person? I would assume they do? Please help me understand. Would it be possible for scientists to "repair" genetics and help people live longer?

Hi Aquanaut_Chalk, better genes are not per se one of the reasons for having lived a longer life. The reason might also be climate, diet, or having more luck at the end of one's life (such as avoiding COVID-19 or not dying from a heatwave or a "simple" cold).

Overduidelijk misschien.


   
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Hi Chris,

Going through this at one step at a time; today is ESO-day.

 

Missing (emigrant! 😉) cases (source) :

- Mary Drymalski (POL/USA), 113y 132d, 22 July 1880 - 1 Dec 1993.

- Amarillide Bufalini (ITA/USA), 113y 169d, 27 Nov 1876 - 15 May 1990.

Overduidelijk misschien.


   
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@marco don't forget socioeconomic factors such as access to care and built-up resilience.


   
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@930310 Very true!

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Thanks for the early validation updates.

always good to see these lists grow.


   
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Attached is an updated list of validated 113+ supercentenarians as at 23 August 2022.

Six changes since the previous list.

 

Rest in Peace

Erna Zahn 9 Aug 22 (114-117) and Tekla Juniewicz 19 Aug 22  (116-70).

 

Two emigrant cases added 

Amarillide Bufalini (USA) 1876-1990  113-169

Mary Drymalski (USA) 1880-1993     113-132

 

Mrs Bufalini is currently the only  113+ validated S/C to be born in 1876, but also the only 113+ validated S/C to die in 1990.

 

Two New Cases Added

Ethel Caterham (UK) - born 21 Aug 1909 - hence 113-2 as at this date.

Rose Eaton (UK) -  born 23 Aug 1909 - hence 113-0 as at this date.

The new total is 389 - with 13 persons living. 

The ages as measured in days, are still not complete for all persons, hence none are included at this stage.


   
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Updated list of validated 113+ supercentenarians as at 1 September 2022 - including now with age in days, hence some minor changes in some of the rankings.

I'm still double checking a small number of the "day ages" so if anyone disagrees with anything, please let me know.

List up to 390.

Welcome to the list - but also RIP Fumi Hoshino (JAP).

Will target a list of 100 oldest verified women in the coming days, which should be quite easy, given they will all be on this list. After that I'll try 100 oldest verified men.  

 


   
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Updated list as at 15 September 2022.

Next list targetted for 30 Sept 2022.

Hoping for the inclusion of Juliette Bilde  - FRA


   
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Updated list of all 113+ validated supercentenarians as at 30 september 2022. Total now 391.

None deceased and we welcome Juliette Bilde (FRA) to the list at 113-0 today.

PS I've forgotten to acknowledge 1 or 2 ESO and LAS validations on a couple of the lists I've just put up. Apologies made and will correct for the next list.


   
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