|Birth:||20 June 1912|
Alluitsup Paa, Greenland
|Death:||26 November 2010|
Narsaq Kujalleq, Greenland
|Age:||98 years, 159 days|
Christian Adolf Dolfe Lund (20 June 1912 – 26 November 2010) was a nonagenarian from the Danish autonomous territory of Greenland who is currently the third-oldest known man ever from Greenland.
Adolf “Dolfe” Lund was born on 20 June 1912 in Alluitsup Paa, Greenland to Henning Jakob Henrik Lund and Malene Lund. His father wrote the lyrics to “Nunarput utoqqarsuanngorvait”, which later became Greenland‘s national anthem. On 6 June 1977, his mother, Malene, became the first Greenlander Centenarian, and is now the second-oldest Greenlander ever. Adolf likely grew up in Lund cottage, which later became part of the Narsaq museum. Adolf Lund died on 26 November 2010 in Narsaq Kujalleq, Greenland at the age of 98 years and 159 days.
From somewhere in later months of 2010 to June 2012 he held the record for oldest man ever from Greenland at the same time that his mother held the record for oldest person ever from Greenland. Though, unofficial, this is likely the only known instance of the extremely improbable case of a mother and son holding the national/territorial record for both genders. Malene’s record was broken by Agnethe Fencker in June 2012 while Adolf’s was broken in March 2015 by Christian Berthelsen.