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Annie Firlotte
Birth: 15 July 1841?
New Brunswick, Canada
Death: 1955?
Jacquet River, New Brunswick, Canada
Age: 113 years?
Country: CanadaCAN
Longevity claimant

Annie Firlotte (née Dugre; 15 July 1841? – 1955?) was a Canadian supercentenarian claimant who claimed to be 113 years old in 1954. Her claim to age 113 is currently unvalidated by the Gerontology Research Group (GRG).

Biography

Firlotte was born as Annie/Anne Dugre in New Brunswick, Canada, on 15 July 1841. However, according to Canadian census matches, she may have been born in 1856. At an unknown time (likely in the 1870s), she married James P. Firlotte and they had three children: Jane, James Alexander "Alex", and Matthew. Her husband died in around 1927.

In 1951, Firlotte was reported to still attend mass at her local church every day. She also went on a trip to Campbellton, near to where she lived in New Brunswick, for her alleged 110th birthday. In 1954, she was reported to be living with her granddaughter. She never visited a dentist or a doctor. Only one of her children, James Alexander "Alex" Firlotte was alive in 1954; he was 74 years old.

Firlotte had 13 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren, and 11 great-great-grandchildren. She was last confirmed alive on 16 July 1954 at the age of 113 years, 1 day, but according to Find A Grave, she died in 1955.

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