I have written about her before. She is alive, born in 1907, in Pennsylvania. As I understand it, this list is for validated and unvalidated supercentenarians. I have asked before, and I ask again, ON WHAT GROUNDS IS SHE EXCLUDED FROM THE LIST???? THERE MUST BE A REASON. IF THERE IS NO REASON, SHE NEEDS TO BE INCLUDED. SOMEONE PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO THIS POST!!!!
What's on your mind?
What happened to Tom Morris? I find no obituary online, and he is still listed on the old man's list, but is missing from this one. What happened to him?
Anna WILMOT is listed as unvalidated. I have her birth and marriage records, which show that her cited birthdate is correct.
How do we validate her?
Joel Weiner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Gabrrielle des Robert should be removed from the Oldest Living Supercentenarian list. She passed away on December 3rd at age 114 yrs 82 days. This is per the gerontology wiki page of Supercentenarians who passed away in 2018.
I do not see an obituary online, and he is not in the 'no birthday' confirmation or limbo. So, what happened to him?
I have found an act of birth of Mrs. Brasz-Later of The Netherlands (born 16 July 1906):
https://www.archieven.nl/nl/search-modonly?mivast=239&miadt=239&miaet=54&micode=25.GOE-G-1906&minr=6885054&miview=ldt (click on page 33, Mrs. Brasz-Later's case is at the top-left corner).
Is this enough evidence to validate her?
These two gentlemen are no longer listed among the oldest living men. Have they passed on?
Generally, the supercentenarian case status includes:
A. Validation status (validated, pending, unvalidated)
B. Age range status for unvalidated cases: "unverified supercentenarians 110-114," "longevity claims 115-130", and "longevity myths 130+".
Please include both the case validation status and the appropriate age range status when categorizing a supercentenarian case.
Also, this is an encylopedia, with results showing up highly in Google search results. Please, therefore, also include sourcing for individual case status, whether to the GRG, GWR, or the IDL.
If the case is "debunked" outside these three, we may provide a link to, for example, a census match or 110 Club investigation, but the wording of the article should reflect that this is an unofficial investigation and the case hasn't been formally reviewed yet in a peer-reviewed journal or by a scientific body.Ryoung122 (talk) 20:38, January 13, 2016 (UTC)
hi can someone add Suq Madiq from india? he turned 111 a few weeks ago. article: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/supercentenarian
married Lickenmy Gooch
Kids: 1 son Wayne "kin" Madiq, , 1 daughter Fagina Muncha (Married to Richard Muncher)
Life: born in india 1904, had a wife, two children. turned 111. longevity secret: eating curry