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ChrisR
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After the death of Tane Ikai, Jeanne Calment was the WOP by more than five years in age, compared to any other validate candidates.

 

I’ll have a look but I’m not sure if a WOP has exceeded everyone  else by 3 years plus, since that time.


   
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Sarah Knauss at 119-97 was succeeded as WOP by Eva Morris at 114-52, hence SK also exceeded the age of any other known person by five years.

But this appears to be the first time since 1999 that a 3 year gap has occurred for the Worlds Oldest Person.


   
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@chrisr the case of Ella Miller (6 Dec 1884 - 21 Nov 2000) was researched and submitted to the GRG about six years ago. She should edge out Mrs. Morris eventually.

Please do see my list of researched cases (plus Japanese) who likely held the title of WOP.

The biggest difference between the OLP and the OLP known (as far as I know) was between Delina Filkins (4 May 1815) and Katherine Plunket (22 Nov 1820), barely edging out Jeanne Calment (21 Feb 1875) and Marie-Louise Meilleur (29 Aug 1880).

All three year spans between the OLP and the 2OLP are:

1. Margaret Ann Neve (18 May 1792) and Karen Brodbaek (4 Apr 1797)
2. Samantha Nellis (5 Jan 1810) and Elisabeth Jensen (9 Jan 1813)
3. Delina Filkins (4 May 1815) and Katherine Plunket (22 Nov 1820)
4. Katherine Plunket (22 Nov 1820) and Eliza Roff (10 Jul 1824)
5. Jennie Howell (28 Feb 1845) and Catherine Waller (1 Dec 1848)
6. Mary Kelly (7 Jun 1851) and James King (15 Nov 1854)
7. Jeanne Calment (21 Feb 1875) and Marie-Louise Meilleur (29 Aug 1880)
8. Sarah Knauss (24 Sep 1880) and Ella Miller (6 Dec 1884)
9. Lucile Randon (11 Feb 1904) and Maria Branyas Morrera (1 Apr 1907)


   
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Posted by: @930310

@chrisr the case of Ella Miller (6 Dec 1884 - 21 Nov 2000) was researched and submitted to the GRG about six years ago. She should edge out Mrs. Morris eventually.

Please do see my list of researched cases (plus Japanese) who likely held the title of WOP.

The biggest difference between the OLP and the OLP known (as far as I know) was between Delina Filkins (4 May 1815) and Katherine Plunket (22 Nov 1820), barely edging out Jeanne Calment (21 Feb 1875) and Marie-Louise Meilleur (29 Aug 1880).

All three year spans between the OLP and the 2OLP are:

1. Margaret Ann Neve (18 May 1792) and Karen Brodbaek (4 Apr 1797)
2. Samantha Nellis (5 Jan 1810) and Elisabeth Jensen (9 Jan 1813)
3. Delina Filkins (4 May 1815) and Katherine Plunket (22 Nov 1820)
4. Katherine Plunket (22 Nov 1820) and Eliza Roff (10 Jul 1824)
5. Jennie Howell (28 Feb 1845) and Catherine Waller (1 Dec 1848)
6. Mary Kelly (7 Jun 1851) and James King (15 Nov 1854)
7. Jeanne Calment (21 Feb 1875) and Marie-Louise Meilleur (29 Aug 1880)
8. Sarah Knauss (24 Sep 1880) and Ella Miller (6 Dec 1884)
9. Lucile Randon (11 Feb 1904) and Maria Branyas Morrera (1 Apr 1907)

What about Mathias Hansen Sæter (21 October 1848 - 7 January 1957)?


   
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Many thanks 930310 and Sailor Haumea.

it is great to see these older cases which relate to similar examples of Sister Andre’s achievements today.

 


   
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New photo of Sœur André this morning, a screenshot from a video from today, shared by David Tavella on Facebook.

 

Interested in supercentenarians since 27 July 2018.
First supercentenarian I learned about: Kane Tanaka (1903-2022)


   
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@josia9353 it all depends on her health 

Care to elaborate?


   
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Lucile 118¾ 🤩 


   
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A tough quarter year ahead, being most of the northern hemisphere winter.

But 118 has never claimed anyone in the past, so we hope that trend continues.


   
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118 & 9 months. 

Me in 2024: Happy 120th birthday Mrs. Randon!!!

First Supercentenarian I learned about: Salvatore Caruso (1905-2015)
Favorite Male Supercentenarian: Juan Vicente Pérez Mora (1909-Living)
Favorite Female Supercentenarian: Tomiko Itooka (1908-Living)


   
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