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Posted by: @seto2001

Just to note, the Latin American SCs were not validated by LQ like Mrs. Anderson was, these are LAS validations recognized by LQ now.

 

Does this mean you (as in, LQ) will also make official statements about other LAS-validated SCs who already appear in the LQ Directory, such as Eleonora Camargo Veiga?

 

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Posted by: @seto2001

Just to note, the Latin American SCs were not validated by LQ like Mrs. Anderson was, these are LAS validations recognized by LQ now.

 

Does this mean you (as in, LQ) will also make official statements about other LAS-validated SCs who already appear in the LQ Directory, such as Eleonora Camargo Veiga?

 

Well they are already considered validated, so I don't think it's necessary. I only planned to do so for the cases we add from now on.

 

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Susan Keane (USA, 14 Oct 1912 – present, 110) validated by LQ.

Recognized LAS validations added to LQ:
Irène Castera (HAI/FRA, 1910–2021) (also validated by the ESO)
María Delfina Cuellar Venegas (MEX, 1910–2022)
María Mercedes Bates Vidal (MEX, 1910–2022)
Emilia Hernández de Ramos (PRI, 1889–2001)
Lilian González de Andújar (DOM, 1911–2022), and
Blanca Luisa Cuitiño Barbier (URU, 1910–2022)

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Virginia Jefferson (USA, 14 Aug 1912 – present, 110) validated by LQ.

 

 

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Having crossreferenced the LQ Directory (see here), these LAS-validations have also already been recognised:

 

Eleonora Camargo Veiga, BRA, 114, 14 Aug 1901 - 7 Mar 2016.

Serafina Herrera de Sugasti, PAN, 114, 21 May 1901 - 4 Aug 2015.

Placida Maria do Livramento, BRA, 114, 3 Oct 1895 - 24 Oct 2009.

Amalia Gomes Dantes, BRA, 113, 6 Dec 1908 - 18 Apr 2022.

Wenceslao Leyva González, MEX, 113, 28 Sept 1903 - 27 Dec 2016.

Domingo Villa Avisencio, MEX, 113, 26 Aug 1906 - 3 Nov 2019.

Cristina Collado Ramos, PUR-USA, 113, 6 Nov 1885 - 22 Nov 1998.

Emilio Flores Márquez, PUR, 113, 8 Aug 1908 - 12 Aug 2021.

Marcelina Araúz de Maure, PAN, 112, 1 June 1909 - 26 Mar 2022.

María Mercedes Arrocha Graell, PAN, 112, 24 Sept 1905 - 3 July 2018.

Esperanza Mendosa Hermosillo, MEX, 112, 9 Aug 1909 - 21 Apr 2022.

Carmen Bonilla-Villanueva, MEX-USA, 112, 6 July 1898 - 9 Mar 2011.

Delio Venturotti, ITA-BRA, 112, 25 Oct 1909 - 1 June 2022.

María Isabel León Ramírez, MEX, 112, 17 June 1906 - 22 Dec 2018.

Amparo Cora de Santiago, PUR, 112, 23 Sept 1903 - 2 Jan 2016.

Jorge Durán y Coral, MEX, 112, 23 Apr 1909 - 21 July 2021.

Martina Sánchez Soto, MEX, 111, 30 Jan 1911 - 8 Jan 2023.

Gisela Lamm de Altschul, CZE-ARG, 111, 16 Apr 1878 - 13 June 1989.

Cândida Rodrigues de Jesus, BRA, 111, 26 Jan 1867 - 12 Mar 1978.

María Contreras de Martínez, MEX-USA, 110, 10 Aug 1900 - 18 May 2011.

Carmen Góngora de Yaggi, ARG, 110, 21 Sept 1857 - 3 June 1968.

Herminia Rosa López Tobón, COL, 110, 21 Jan 1912 - 19 Apr 2022.

Silfredo Kalinowski, BRA, 110, 12 Jan 1912 - 10 Apr 2022.

José Hernández Ayala, MEX-USA, 110, 9 Jan 1906 - 9 Feb 2016.

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Great that so many additional Latin American SC cases are now validated by LQ! 🙂


   
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Itsuka Ōshimo (JPN, 12 Dec 1908 – 22 Aug 2021, 112)
Ethel Bowens (USA, 26 Aug 1909 – 19 Apr 2022, 112),
Julia Dennis (USA, 10 Sept 1909 – 20 Feb 2022, 112),
Tamara Krutikov (UKR/SRB, 27 Mar 1912 – 6 July 2022, 110) validated by LQ.

 

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Itsuka Ōshimo (JPN, 12 Dec 1908 – 22 Aug 2021, 112)
Ethel Bowens (USA, 26 Aug 1909 – 19 Apr 2022, 112),
Julia Dennis (USA, 10 Sept 1909 – 20 Feb 2022, 112),
Tamara Krutikov (UKR/SRB, 27 Mar 1912 – 6 July 2022, 110) validated by LQ.

 

I'm glad to see another validated supercentenarian from Oklahoma.

 


   
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I'm glad to see another validated supercentenarian from Oklahoma.

Yep, Ethel Bowens:

https://gerontology.fandom.com/wiki/Ethel_Bowens

 


   
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I have now submitted LQ applications for both Charles Edward Graves (1888-1999) and John Painter (1888-2001). I downloaded their World War I draft registration cards as proof of their claimed ages. But the 110 Club should contain much more evidence in favor of their claimed ages.


   
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John Painter was already validated by the GRG. Mr. Graves has not been validated though.

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John Painter was already validated by the GRG. Mr. Graves has not been validated though.

Yes, but does LQ automatically verify all of the GRG's cases? And Yeah, the research for Mr. Graves on his own thread on the 110 Club is quite impressive. I think that it's enough to verify him, at least if Oscar sends the 1892 and 1896 documentation that he acquired for him to the GRG and/or LQ.

 


   
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Posted by: @charlesm09

John Painter was already validated by the GRG. Mr. Graves has not been validated though.

Yes, but does LQ automatically verify all of the GRG's cases? And Yeah, the research for Mr. Graves on his own thread on the 110 Club is quite impressive. I think that it's enough to verify him, at least if Oscar sends the 1892 and 1896 documentation that he acquired for him to the GRG and/or LQ.

 

They wouldn’t. There are too many problematic validations by the GRG for their cases to just get a free pass.

 


   
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John Painter was already validated by the GRG. Mr. Graves has not been validated though.

Yes, but does LQ automatically verify all of the GRG's cases? And Yeah, the research for Mr. Graves on his own thread on the 110 Club is quite impressive. I think that it's enough to verify him, at least if Oscar sends the 1892 and 1896 documentation that he acquired for him to the GRG and/or LQ.

 

They wouldn’t. There are too many problematic validations by the GRG for their cases to just get a free pass.

 

That makes sense. Mathew Beard is one, I would presume? Would the rest of such cases be found on your giant Find-A-Grave SCs list, Jimmy? Or are there additional such cases that are not listed on your giant list?

There are, of course, also SCs that arguably deserve to get verified but haven't been yet. Charles Graves, Delphia Welford, et cetera.

 


   
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Kineko Takahashi (JPN, 10 July 1909 – 27 Feb 2022, 112) validated by LQ.

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@futurist isn't John Painter already verified by LQ?


   
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@futurist isn't John Painter already verified by LQ?

I did a search for him here and apparently nothing turned up, so I guess not yet?

https://longeviquest.com/directory/

 


   
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@futurist isn't John Painter already verified by LQ?

I did a search for him here and apparently nothing turned up, so I guess not yet?

https://longeviquest.com/directory/

 

No he is

https://longeviquest.com/supercentenarians/john-painter/

 


   
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No he is

https://longeviquest.com/supercentenarians/john-painter/

Thanks! 🙂

Yep, I did another search of the LQ directory in a less direct way and have now managed to find him! 🙂

 


   
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That makes sense. Mathew Beard is one, I would presume? Would the rest of such cases be found on your giant Find-A-Grave SCs list, Jimmy? Or are there additional such cases that are not listed on your giant list?

There are, of course, also SCs that arguably deserve to get verified but haven't been yet. Charles Graves, Delphia Welford, et cetera.

Huh. They do apparently consider Mathew Beard to be validated. Their choice, I suppose.

Interesting that they don't consider James Monroe King (1854-1967) validated yet. I wonder what more they would require. I (and Jimmy, I think) have tried finding an 1860 US Census entry for him, but with no luck. We do have 1870, 1880, 1900, et cetera US Census entries for him, though. And an 1878 marriage record for him, IIRC.

 


   
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Huh. They do apparently consider Mathew Beard to be validated. Their choice, I suppose.

Interesting that they don't consider James Monroe King (1854-1967) validated yet. I wonder what more they would require. I (and Jimmy, I think) have tried finding an 1860 US Census entry for him, but with no luck. We do have 1870, 1880, 1900, et cetera US Census entries for him, though. And an 1878 marriage record for him, IIRC.

I imagine he'll be removed at some point. 

 

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I imagine he'll be removed at some point. 

Possibly. I hope so because the early-life evidence in his case is very disputed (possibility of it being someone else's).

I wonder if Mr. King will eventually get verified by LQ. Or Robert Alexander Early (1849-1960), for that matter. Mr. Early actually has an 1850 US Census entry that lists him as nine months old and that, most importantly, confirms that he was already alive at the time of this census.

 


   
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That makes sense. Mathew Beard is one, I would presume? Would the rest of such cases be found on your giant Find-A-Grave SCs list, Jimmy? Or are there additional such cases that are not listed on your giant list?

There are, of course, also SCs that arguably deserve to get verified but haven't been yet. Charles Graves, Delphia Welford, et cetera.

Huh. They do apparently consider Mathew Beard to be validated. Their choice, I suppose.

Interesting that they don't consider James Monroe King (1854-1967) validated yet. I wonder what more they would require. I (and Jimmy, I think) have tried finding an 1860 US Census entry for him, but with no luck. We do have 1870, 1880, 1900, et cetera US Census entries for him, though. And an 1878 marriage record for him, IIRC.

 

Both Mathew Beard and John Painter are GRG validations, not LQ's (perhaps it's not explained well or at all on some profiles, but it probably will later). At the moment there's no plan to re-validate every GRG case, needlessly to say - because there's way too many and we have many cases that were never validated to research, therefore cases like Beard and Painter are considered the GRG cases. That said, it's easier if researchers and fans/public will have a possibility to point out how some GRG cases were validated poorly. For start, we didn't recognize the recently validated Japanese cases for the exact reason - we believe they were validated poorly.

Mathew Beard was added as validated, but he will probably become the first GRG-validated case to be actually disputed by LQ, and will be listed as such. If you are aware of other possibly poorly validated cases by the GRG, you can always contact us! 

 

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Mary Petrosky (USA, 14 Jan 1913 – present, 110) validated by LQ.

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Thanks for the above post Seto.

I hope if time allows Maggie Barnes (perhaps 116-319) and Nabi Tajima can be looked at:

Anyway there is a backlog of new and long deferred cases and really pleasing to see the progress already being made re these.


   
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Mary Petrosky (USA, 14 Jan 1913 – present, 110) validated by LQ.

 

Seven days older than claimed / always thought to have been. Cool!

 

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Hazel Ventling (USA, 15 June 1908 – 27 Apr 2020, 111),
Emily McCool (CAN, 13 Dec 1909 – 11 Mar 2021, 111), 
Clarice Patterson (USA, 29 Dec 1912 – present, 110)

validated by LQ.

Recognized LAS validations added to LQ:
María Parra González (MEX, 1891–2002, 111),
Manuel Benavente Sanhueza (CHL, 1909–2021, 111),
Carmen Navarra Castro (CHL, 1910–2022, 111), 
Sara Mendaro Guichón (URU, 1911–2022, 110)

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Recognized LAS validations added to LQ:
Irène Castera (HAI/FRA, 1910–2021) (also validated by the ESO)

 

Irène Castera was also validated by LGCF. 

Deceased French supercentenarians - Validation status

 

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Irène Castera was also validated by LGCF. 

Deceased French supercentenarians - Validation status

 

For which ESO is more than grateful! Obviously we've also credited the French team for their validation effort.

 

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Mary Ransopher (USA, 25 Dec 1912 – present, 110) validated by LQ.

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