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Grandfathers died in the 86th and 81st year decades ago.

Grandmothers in the 99th and 101st year.

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Grandfathers died in the 93rd and 64th year decades ago.

Grandmothers died in the 82nd and 81st year decades ago.

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Paternal grandfather: 1946-1998
Paternal grandfather's father: 1910-1997
Paternal grandfather's mother: 1909-2003

Paternal grandmother: 1949-
Paternal grandmother's father: Unknown father
Paternal grandmother's mother: 1913-1973

Maternal grandfather: 1951-
Maternal grandfather's father: 1928-2000
Maternal grandfather's mother: 1930-2013

Maternal grandmother: 1953-
Maternal grandmother's father: 1925-1976
Maternal grandmother's mother: 1920-2010


   
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Paternal grandfather: 1921-1965, aged 43. (Died of thrombosis, which caused his abdominal artery to burst.)

Paternal grandmother: 1916-2010, aged 93.

 

Maternal grandfather: 1924-2007, aged 83. (Died in Toulouse, France)

Maternal grandmother: 1929-Alive, currently aged 93.

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Marco, I´m very happy for you that your granny is still living. I´m sure you are aware that this is one of the greatest treasures in life. Hopefully you two do have lots of common years to come.


   
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-mom's side-

My grandmother is alive at age 75. (born on 19 March 1947) however she can't talk, walk, or do anything except for sleep alone after a stroke in April 2018.

My grandfather died on 28 April 2020 at age 73 (May/Dec 1946-28 April 2020) of a bad heart attack.

-dad's side-

My grandmother died in May 2005 (March 1932-May 2005) at age 73 due to cancer. 

My grandfather died on 16 January 1974 (13 January 1928-16 January 1974) at age 46 (death unknown)

 

Being one of the youngest members, I see I probably have the youngest grandparents too. The bad part is my family has absolutely horrible genes.


   
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@stoa-oid

I definitely do. She was one of my two witnesses at my wedding last December. 🙃 

Overduidelijk misschien.


   
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My grandparents are all still living at the ages of 67, 69, 83, and 76.


   
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Father’s side:

Grandmother: May 10, 1934-May 23, 1999 (aged 65) died of cancer

Grandfather: September 17, 1932-Present (alive at 89)

 

Mother’s side:

Grandmother: August 31, 1938-Present (alive at 83)

Grandfather: July 7, 1932-January 23, 1993 (aged 60) died of cancer

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Por parte de papá:

Abuela: 30 de agosto de 1937-02 de mayo de 2019 (81 años) murió de un derrame cerebral.

Abuelo: 08 de marzo de 1924-12 de abril de 2005 (81 años)
Fallece de un derrame cerebral fulminante
Por parte materna:

Abuela: 7 de octubre de 1934-2 de junio de 2019 (84 años).
murió de un derrame cerebral fulminante

Abuelo: 14 de enero de 1928-25 de mayo de 2016 (88 años) murió por insuficiencia cardíaca

mis dos abuelas fallecieron con 1 mes de diferencia y con la misma causa de muerte

 

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@ admin

Is there a better section to post this?

It's fine here! 🙃 


   
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@franchile Si ya es duro perder un abuelo, no me imagino lo duro que tiene que ser perder a dos en poco tiempo... Mis condolencias.


   
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- Paternal grandfather (1918-1982): Died at 64 of stomach cancer.

- Paternal grandmother (1922-1986): Died at 64 of pancreatic cancer

- Maternal grandfather (1912-1995): Died at 83 of prostate cancer.

- Maternal grandmother (1923-2013): Died at 90 of pneumonia.

 

 


   
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Paternal grandfather (1938-2021) aged 83 (heart failure)
Paternal grandmother (1944-2017) aged 73 (pancreas cancer)
Maternal grandfather (1939-2005) aged 66 (prostate cancer)
Maternal grandmother (1944-present) alive at 77

Paternal grandfather's father (1909-1992) aged 83 (consequences of stroke, possibly due to heavy smoking)
Paternal grandfather's mother (1915-1998) aged 83 (heart failure?)
Paternal grandmother's father (1914-1985) aged 71 (consequences of tuberculosis and heavy smoking)
Paternal grandmother's mother (1920-1996) aged 75 (consequences of arthritis)
Maternal gradfather's father (1902-1988) aged 86 (consequences of Alzheimer's disease)
Maternal grandfather's mother (1904-1988) aged 84 (complications with heart)
Maternal grandmother's father (1905-1975) aged 70 (base of tounge cancer, due to heavy smoking)
Maternal grandmother's mother (1909-1979) aged 69 (consequences of diabetes)

Paternal grandfather's paternal grandfather (1874-1949) aged 75 (bladder cancer)
Paternal grandfather's paternal grandmother (1882-1962) aged 79 ("alcoholic insanity")
Paternal grandfather's maternal grandfather (1888-1962) aged 73 (heart failure)
Paternal grandfather's maternal grandmother (1896-1966) aged 70 (heart failure)
Paternal grandmother's paternal grandfather (1889-1923) aged 33 (pneumonia)
Paternal grandmother's paternal grandmother (1888-1941) aged 53 (tuberculosis)
Paternal grandmother's maternal grandfather (1882-1956) aged 74 (heart failure)
Paternal grandmother's maternal grandmother (1893-1933) aged 40 (pneumonia)
Maternal grandfather's paternal grandfather (1866-1948/49?) aged c. 82
Maternal grandfather's paternal grandmother (1871-1910s?) aged c. 40-50
Maternal grandfather's maternal grandfather (1872-1965?) aged 92?
Maternal grandfather's maternal grandmother (1881-1913) aged 32 (tuberculosis)
Maternal grandmother's paternal grandfather (1865-1914) aged 49 (pneumonia)
Maternal grandmother's paternal grandmother (1869-1953) aged 83 (heart failure)
Maternal grandmother's maternal grandfather (1875-1962) aged 86
Maternal grandmother's maternal grandmother (1877-1943) aged 65 (nephritis)

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Paternal grandfather (1938-2008) aged 69 (diabetes)
Paternal grandmother (1936-alive) aged 86
Maternal grandfather (1933-1975) aged 42 (car accident)
Maternal grandmother (1935-alive) aged 87

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Paternal Grandfather: (????-????) - 30-40 (I think around 32) - Brain related problem(I don’t know what specifically)

Paternal Grandmother: (1942-Present) - 80

 

Maternal Grandfather (1945-Present) - Will eventually pass from cancer

Maternal Grandmother (c.1946 - 1985) - Cervical cancer

 

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Paternal grandfather: 1921-1979, aged 58. (Died of lung cancer)

Paternal grandmother: 1921-2009, aged 88. (Died in sleep)

Maternal grandfather: 1929-2010, aged 80. (Died of kidney failure)

Maternal grandmother: 1930-Present, almost 92.

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Posted by: @ale76

Grandfathers died in the 93rd and 64th year decades ago.

Grandmothers died in the 82nd and 81st year decades ago.

Paternal grandfather's father aged 90
Paternal grandfather's mother aged 77
Paternal grandmother's father aged 75
Paternal grandmother's mother aged 76
Maternal grandfather's father aged 92
Maternal grandfather's mother aged 78
Maternal grandmother's father aged 52
Maternal grandmother's mother aged 80

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Paternal Grandfather (1946-2012)

Paternal Grandmother (Unknown)

Maternal Grandfather (1938-2021)

Maternal Grandmother (1945-1998)

Paternal Great-Grandfather (1909-2020)

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@aquanaut_chalk Who was your supercentenarian great-grandfather?

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I can’t match the supercentenarian above, but two of my grand parents died a long time ago.

Paternal Grandfather 1907-72 (Emphysema)

Paternal Grandmother 1905-1987 (heart failure)

Maternal Grandfather - 1879-1936 (not known)

Maternal Grandmother - 1888 - 1930 (poisoned tooth).

My mother was born in 1926 and her parents died when she was 4 and 10 - hence the long deceased grand parents.


   
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For me:

 

Grandparents

Paternal grandfather (born 1941), aged 82

Paternal grandmother (born 1940), aged 82

Maternal grandfather (1941-2019), aged 79

Maternal grandmother (born 1942), aged 80

 

Great-Grandparents

Paternal grandfather's father (1901-1999), aged 97

Paternal grandfather's mother (1904-1990), aged 85

Paternal grandmother's father (1910-1991), aged 80

Paternal grandmother's mother (1917-1999), aged 81

Maternal grandfather's father (1914-1958), aged 44

Maternal grandfather's mother (1913-2004), aged 90

Maternal grandmother's father (1922-2003), aged 81

Maternal grandmother's mother (born 1923), aged 99

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Maternal Grandfather: 1931-2009 aged 78 (Died of infection)

Maternal grandmother: 1939-2022 aged 83 (Died of alzheimers)

Paternal grandfather: 1950-present aged 72

Paternal grandmother: 1948-present aged 76


   
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Maternal grandfather: 1936-2017, aged 81 (died of dementia). Survived a larynx cancer at the age of 75

Maternal grandmother: 1935-1971, aged 36 (died of acute myeloid leukemia)

Maternal great uncle 1: 1922-1993, aged 71 (died of heart attack)

Maternal great uncle 2: 1926-2013, aged 86 (died of heart failure)

Maternal great uncle 3: 1937-alive, aged 85

Maternal great aunt 1: 1932-2017, aged 85 (died of brain haemorrhagia)

Maternal great aunt 2: 1924-alive, aged 98. Survived COVID-19 twice (at the age of 96 and 98, respectively)

Maternal great aunt 3: 1947-alive, aged 75

Paternal grandfather: 1934-alive, aged 88

Paternal grandmother: 1942-alive, aged 80. Survived a breast cancer at the age of 42

Paternal great aunt 1: 1942-alive, aged 80

 

I also have information about 7 out of 8 great-grandparents:

Maternal great-grandmother 1: 1912-1986, aged 74 (died of respiratory failure)

Maternal great-grandfather 1: 1911-1994, aged 83 (died of heart attack)

Maternal great-grandmother 2: 1896-1964, aged 67 (died of heart failure together with a breast cancer)

Maternal great-grandfather 2: 1899-1980, aged 80 (died of brain haemorrhagia)

Paternal great-grandmother 1: 1914-1991, aged 76 (died of brain tumour)

Paternal great-grandfather 1: 1913-1943, aged 30 (died serving for the Italian Army in the II World War)

Paternal great-grandmother 2: no information

Paternal great-grandfather 2: 1902-1958, aged 56 (died of liver disease caused by alcohol abuse)


   
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My grandparents are all still living at the ages of 67, 69, 83, and 76.

Paternal Grandfather - b. 12 Oct 1954 - Age 68

Paternal Grandmother - b. 12 Nov 1952 - Age 70

Maternal Grandfather - b. 15 Dec 1938 - Age 84

Maternal Grandmother - b. 27 Aug 1945 - Age 77

 


   
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I add my great-grandparents, as well as my great uncles and great aunts:

 

Paternal grandfather's side:

Great-grandfather (?-1949)

Great-grandmother (?-1958)

Great Uncle 1 (1909-1997), aged 87.

Great Aunt 1 (1912-2011), aged 99.

Great Uncle 2 (1914-1989), aged 75.

Grandfather (1918-1982), aged 64.

Great Aunt 2 (1922-2009), aged 87.

Great Aunt 3 (1923-2002), aged 79.

Great Uncle 3 (1926-2012), aged 86.

 

Paternal grandmother's side:

Great-grandfather (1891-1978), aged 87.

Great-grandmother (1896-1991), aged 94.

Great Aunt 1 (1919-2008), aged 88.

Grandmother (1922-1986), aged 64.

Great Uncle 1 (1925-1998), aged 72.

Great Uncle 2 (1929-2018), aged 89.

Great Aunt 2 (1932-2008), aged 76.

Great Aunt 3 (1935-Present), she is living at 87.

 

Maternal grandfather's side:

Great-grandfather (?-1930s)

Great-grandmother (?-1955)

Great Aunt 1 (1905-1980), aged 75.

Great Uncle 1 (?-1930s or 1940s)

Grandfather (1912-1995), aged 83.

Great Uncle 2 (1915-2002), aged 87.

Great Uncle 3 (1918-1993), aged 75.

Great Aunt 2 (1923- circa 1949), aged 16.

 

Maternal grandmother's side:

Great-grandfather (?-1923)

Great-grandmother (1885-1969), aged 84.

Great Uncle 1 (?-1920s)

Great Aunt 1 (1909-1982), aged 73.

Great Uncle 2 (1911-1980s)

Great Uncle 3 (1913- circa 1986), aged 63.

Great Uncle 4 (?-1980s)

Great Aunt 2 (1919-1960s)

Great Uncle 5 (1919-2010), aged 90.

Grandmother (1923-2013), aged 90.

 


   
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@siam nice idea.

Interestingly, my grandparents didn't have as many siblings (the average family size dropped significantly in Hungary after WWI).

 

Paternal grandfather's family:

Great-grandfather (1909-1992), aged 83

Great-grandmother (1915-1998), aged 83

Grandfather (1938-2021), aged 83

Great-uncle (1939-present), alive at 83

 

Paternal grandmother's family:

Great-grandfather (1914-1985), aged 71

Great-grandmother (1920-1996), aged 75

Great-uncle (1942-1942), aged 0

Grandmother (1944-2017), aged 73

 

Maternal grandfather's family:

Great-grandfather (1902-1988), aged 86

Great-grandmother (1904-1988), aged 84

Great-uncle (1920s-1930s), aged 9

Great-aunt (1929-2015), aged 86

Grandfather (1939-2005), aged 66

 

Maternal grandmother's family:

Great-grandfather (1905-1975), aged 70

Great-grandmother (1909-1979), aged 69

Half-great-aunt (1930s-1930s), aged 0

Grandmother (1944-present), alive at 78

Great-aunt (1951-1991), aged 40

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Paternal grandfather (1940-2003), aged 62 (died of liver cancer)

Paternal grandmother (1942-alive), aged 80

Maternal grandfather (1940-alive), aged 82

Maternal grandmother (1942-alive), aged 81

 

Paternal grandfather's father (1904-1988), aged 83 (died of heart attack)

Paternal grandfather's mother (1909-1983), aged 74 (died of thrombosis)

Paternal grandmother's father (1917-1997), aged 79 ( died of heart attack)

Paternal grandmother's mother (1920-2007), aged 86 (died of diabetes)

Maternal grandfather's father (1910-1990), aged 80 (died of heart failure)

Maternal grandfather's mother (1917-1962), aged 44 (died of liver cancer)

Maternal grandmother's father (1914-1982), aged 67 (died of ear cancer)

Maternal grandmother's mother (1918-2012), aged 94 (died of brain tumour)

 

Paternal grandfather's paternal grandfather (1864-1938), aged 73 

Paternal grandfather's paternal grandmother (unknown)

Paternal grandfather's maternal grandfather (1877-1958), aged 80 

Paternal grandfather's maternal grandmother (unknown)

Paternal grandmother's paternal grandfather (1878-1935), aged 57 

Paternal grandmother's paternal grandmother (1887-1968), aged 80

Paternal grandmother's maternal grandfather (1884-1961), aged 77

Paternal grandmother's maternal grandmother (1889-1929), aged 40

Maternal grandfather's paternal grandfather (1881-1967), aged 86

Maternal grandfather's paternal grandmother (1886-1967), aged 80

Maternal grandfather's maternal grandfather (1897-1973), aged 75

Maternal grandfather's maternal grandmother (1899-1952), aged 53

Maternal grandmother's paternal grandfather (1881-1916), aged 35

Maternal grandmother's paternal grandmother (1884-1960), aged 76

Maternal grandmother's maternal grandfather (1895-c.1975), aged c.80

Maternal grandmother's maternal grandmother (1893-1986), aged 93

 

 

 

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Hey I wanted to share with you an interesting family story. I have heard the story that my paternal great grandfather met his grandfather as a child back in the 1910s, who would have been my great-great-great grandfather, but I'll just call him my grandfather x3 for this story. At the time my grandfather x3 was 108 years old and was described as very healthy. He was able to ride horses with ease, and chop wood. And still traveled from town to town on his horse. Apparently he lived more years and was a SC at the time of his death. 

Personally I believe this story to be true, as my great grandfather was not the type to tell tall tales. Maybe he confused his age, but my dad's family is very organized at keeping family records. My Dad's family also is very private about their heritage and does not want any publicity about our history, as this is why I am not allowed to share his name or any name of our family. I myself do not know my grandfather x3's age, as my family knowing that I have an interest in longevity, do not want me to know his true age, as they fear me giving his and the family's personal information on the internet. 

I have always wondered myself, how old he really lived to be. Was he older than Kimura? Considering the magnitude of documents & records my family has, and how well they have been preserved, I have no doubt that his age would be easily authenticated. Well maybe not easily, but I am confident that he would be validated. I would guess he was born in the 1820s, and passed away in the 1930s. Depending on how old he was, he may have been the WOLM at the time of his death. Or he may have even been older the Kimura. But if either of these scenarios were true, and were leaked to the internet, it might cause my family much publicity, and I would have to deal with the consequences of not respecting their privacy. 

Nevertheless, this story that I had heard many times as a child, really sparked my interest in supercentenarians. Longevity runs rampant on my dad's side of the family and since childhood I had heard many stories and seen many pictures of centenarian family members. Unfortunately I was not able to meet these relatives, because they either passed away before I was born or are scattered all over Central & South America. The two things I found in common is that they were all spared from the diseases of old age, and they were all men. And as a small child my great grandfather was around 90 years of age, and he would often say he wanted to live to be a SC, and incredibly he made it, and to this day he is the only one I have ever known in person. Every year he would countdown the number of years he had left to reach his goal, and I remember over the years being fascinated as he got closer and closer. And although he passed away soon after his SC birthday, he was fully aware of his age, and proud that he had reached his goal. 

So anyway, that's my story on grandparents and great-grandparents...etc And also how I got interested in SCs.

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@024tomi I had forgotten to add a great uncle on my maternal grandfather's side, haha. I will add now.

In Spain it was common to have numerous children until 1960s-1970s. Then, it was started to decline, and currently the average children per family is approximately 1... This drop may be because people want to study more (at University...) and focus on their own lifes. And most of people think raising children is too expensive. Also, women now work, so it's more difficult having lots of children...


   
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