|Antonio de Almeida|
|Birth:||6 September 1867|
|Death:||14/15 December 1975|
Fajao, Pampilhosa da Serra, Coimbra District, Portugal
|Age:||108 years, 99/100 days|
Antonio de Almeida [Portuguese: António] (6 September 1867 – 14/15 December 1975) was a Portuguese centenarian who was the oldest known living man and probably the oldest living person in Portugal at time of his death.
Antonio de Almeida was born in Portugal on 6 September 1867. At age 105, Antonio lived with his daughter-in-law Maria do Ceu Campos de Almeida and still worked in the fields. He still remembered the marriage of King D. Carlos to Queen D. Amelia, which took place in 1886.
At age 107, he was still quite lucid, living with the support of his family and friends. On his 108th birthday, de Almeida still had some vitality, although he felt more physically fragile.
Antonio de Almeida died in Fajao, Pampilhosa da Serra, Coimbra District, Portugal between 14 and 15 December 1975, aged between 108 years, 99 and 100 days.
|Portugal's Oldest Living Man Titleholders (V • E)|
Antonio de Almeida • (Unknown) • Jose Ferreira Andrade • (Unknown) • Jose Maria Hermano Baptista • Jose Luis Ladeira • Augusto Moreira de Oliveira • Antonio de Castro • (Unknown) • Manuel dos Santos • Manuel Rodrigues Horta • Albano Andrade • Alberto Andrade
|Portugal's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (V • E)|
Maria da Conceicao Silva • (Unknown) • Maria Alves de Jesus • (Unknown) • Antonio de Almeida • (Unknown) • Maria Pereira • (Unknown) • Mariana Chiromo • (Unknown) • Elvira de Jesus Caldeira • Jose Ferreira Andrade • Maria do Couto Maia-Lopes • Maria de Jesus • Augusto Moreira de Oliveira • Antonio de Castro • Maria Luiza Nunes da Silva • Maria Felicia Bento • Maria do Carmo Fernandes • Maria Dolores Ferreira • Suzana Correa Conceicao Silva • Benvinda Marques Matias • Cecilia Ribeiro • Romana Marques • Maria da Encarnacao Sousa