|Ana Nogueira de Lucas|
Ana Nogueira de Lucas.
|Birth:||20 June 1896|
Pouso Alto, Minas Gerais, Brazil
|Death:||18 November 2010|
São Sebastião do Rio Verde, Minas Gerais, Brazil
|Age:||114 years, 151 days|
Ana Nogueira de Lucas (20 June 1896 – 18 November 2010) was a Brazilian supercentenarian who is currently unverified. If verified, she would have been the oldest living person for two weeks, from 4 November 2010 (the death of Eugenie Blanchard) to her own death on 18 November 2010.
Ana Nogueira was born in Pouso Alto, Minas Gerais, on 21 June 1896 on a farm called "Mosque", to Paulino Vito Nogueira and Mathilde Luiza Gonçalves. Her parents had seven children: João Pedro, Joseph Rosa, Francisco Joaquim Antonio, Gerard, and Maria da Conceição. Her father was the director of the school. Ana's mother passed away when she was 13, and Ana took care of her younger brother, Gerard. Then she was sent to live with a relative in Carmo de Minas for 3 years. Afterwards, she moved back to Pouso Alto. During this, her father remarried, to a cousin named Leopoldina. Ana married Egydio de Lucas on 17 January 1917. She had 12 children with her husband: Marie Antoinette, Clelia, Mathilde, Geraldo, Angelo, Joseph, Egidio, Maria Clelia, Marina, Paul, Vito, and Nestor. Marie Antoinette, Clelia, Mathilde, and Geraldo died as infants. Her husband passed away on 17 January 1976. She broke her leg at age of 98.
Ana passed away on 18 November 2010 in São Sebastião do Rio Verde, Minas Gerais at claimed age of 114 years, 151 days. She was a victim of cardiac arrest. She was buried on Municipal Cemetery of São Sebastião do Rio Verde. At the time of her death, she had 28 grandchildren, 48 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.
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