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Top 5 Oldest Living Supercentenarian

 

https://longeviquest.com/2024/03/longeviquest-discover-the-worlds-authority-on-maximum-human-longevity/

 

A famous saying goes, “Don’t count the years; make the years count,” and it is something that most people forget to do nowadays. We keep counting our age by year, but we sometimes forget how to make every year count. And how do we make it? By celebrating ourselves more and making the most out of our time.  

That is what LongeviQuest believes in. To celebrate human longevity by sharing their remarkable stories and uncovering the secrets of a happy and long life.  

LongeviQuest is the global authority on human longevity that serves as a comprehensive database of the world’s oldest people. We specialize in researching and validating the age of people over 110 years old, which we call supercentenarians. We also share their stories, strength, and wisdom on life on our platform to inspire all of us.   

Meet the current oldest living person in the world, so continue reading below.  

 

Top 5 – Elizabeth Francis  

Elizabeth Francis is a 114-year-old supercentenarian who is currently the oldest living American. She was born on 25 July 1909 in Louisiana, USA.  

It was 11 years before women had the right to vote in the United States at the time of Elizabeth’s birth. Longevity runs in her family; her sister Bertha Johnson lived to the age of 106 before passing away in 2011. The two sisters are among the sibling pairs with the oldest combined age in world history. Ms. Francis has always credited her longevity to her faith in God. 

Francis currently lives in Houston, Texas. Learn more about her by visiting Elizabeth’s Directory Profile here 

  

At age 112. source: Gerontology Wiki

Top 4 – Juan Vicente Pérez Mora  

Juan Vicente Pérez Mora is a 114-year-old supercentenarian from Venezuela who is currently the oldest living man in the world as of June 2023.  

He was born on 27 May 1909 and resides in San Jose de Bolivar, Tachira, Venezuela.  

He is also the oldest validated person ever from Venezuela and the only validated male supercentenarian from his country.  

On 27 May 2023, he celebrated his 114th Birthday, becoming the first validated man to reach this age since Jiroemon Kimura in April 2011. On his 114th birthday party, he was visited by LongeviQuest representatives in his hometown and presented with an LQ trophy honoring his status as the world’s oldest living man.  

He is currently living in San Jose de Bolivar, Táchira, Venezuela. Learn more about him by visiting Juan Vicente Pérez Mora’s Directory Profile here 

 

In February 2024, aged 115.
In February 2024, aged 115.

Top 3 – Inah Canabarro Lucas  

Inah Canabarro Lucas, known as Sister Inah, is a 115-year-old Brazilian supercentenarian currently the oldest verified living person in Latin America.  

Inah Canabarro Lucas was born in Sao Francisco de Assis, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. While she claimed to have been born on 27 May 1908, research found that she was likely born 11 days later. 

She celebrated her 115th Birthday in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Her family and different authorities from her religious convent were also present to celebrate with her. LongeviQuest sent her congratulatory messages to show the affection and love different people worldwide have for her.  

On 25 January 2021, at the age of 112, she received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, making her one of the oldest people to receive the vaccine.  

Canabarro Lucas currently lives in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, at the age of 115.  

Learn more about Sister Inah by visiting her Directory Profile here 

 

At age 113.
(Source: Mrs. Itooka’s Nursing Home)

Top 2 – Tomiko Itooka  

Tomiko Itooka is a 115-year-old supercentenarian who is currently the second-oldest living person in the world. She is also the oldest living person in Japan right now.  

Tomiko Itooka was born in Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan, on 23 May 1908 as the second (eldest daughter) of three siblings.  

LongeviQuest confirmed that Tomiko Itooka recently became the second oldest living person in the world after Edie Ceccarelli passed away.  

She celebrated her 115th Birthday with her family and friends in Ashiya, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. LongeviQuest had sent her congratulatory flowers alongside different messages and greetings from various people worldwide who wished her well.  

Tomiko currently lives in Ashiya, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. Learn more about her by visiting her Directory Profile here 

 

María Branyas Morera (photo by Thomas Williams, LongeviQuest)

Top 1 – María Branyas Morera  

María Branyas Morera is a 116-year-old supercentenarian from Spain who is currently the oldest living person in the world. She is among the oldest people known to have survived COVID-19, which she contracted at the age of 113 in April 2020.  

Branyas Morera was born in San Francisco, California, on 4 March 1907.  

Sra. Branyas Morera became the oldest person in the history of Spain after surpassing the age of the previous record holder, Mrs. Ana María Vela Rubio, on 21 April 2023, at the age of 116 years and 48 days.  

Maria lives her daily life at her Santa Maria del Tura residence in Olot, Catalonia, Spain.  

Branyas expresses that while she doesn’t feel anything special about the record of being the oldest living person in the world or the oldest person ever in the history of Spain because she only feels “older,” she appreciates the fact of continuing to live and healthily enjoy life.  

 

Learn more about the oldest living person in the world by visiting her Directory Profile here 

 

LongeviQuest ensures we only share validated facts and stories about our supercentenarians. The fact that we can unite leading experts and researchers worldwide makes our database the most comprehensive one there is.  

Are you ready to dive deeper into the world of supercentenarians and learn more about how we can make our years count?  

Visit LongeviQuest.com to immerse yourself in a journey about longevity.  

http://www.supercentenariditalia.it/persone-viventi-piu-longeve-in-italia.
Persone viventi più longeve in Italia – Supercentenari d'Italia (supercentenariditalia.it)


   
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