Eudoxie Baboul
Eudoxie Baboul
Birth: 1 October 1901
Sinnamary, French Guiana
Death: 1 July 2016
Cayenne, French Guiana
Age: 114 years, 274 days
Country: French GuianaGUF,FranceFRA

Eudoxie Firminie Baboul (1 October 1901 – 1 July 2016) was a supercentenarian from French Guiana who was the oldest living person in France and fifth oldest validated living person in the world at the time of her death. Also, she was the third-oldest French person ever, behind Jeanne Calment and Marie Bremont.


Eudoxie Baboul was born in French Guiana on 1 October 1901. Though she claims she was born a day earlier, on 30 September 1901, and this was widely reported in the media, both her birth record and ID card showed 1 October (cite to GRG News). In younger years, she cultivated vegetables and sold them. She never married, but had several children, all of whom she outlived. She had three grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

On 25 September 2010, Baboul became the oldest known person in French Guiana following the death of 109-year-old Victoire Adelon, also of Cayenne. In 2011, she moved to Matoury, where she lived with her 54-year-old grandson Joubert. From 2013, she was bedridden. She died on 1 July 2016 at the age of 114 years, 274 days.


France's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (V • TE)

Marie-Ernestine Compain • Marie-Virginie Duhem • Frederique Noel • Augustine Tessier • Elisa Esnault • Eugenie Roux • Jeanne Calment • Marie-Helene Chanteperdrix • Jeanne Dumaine • Marie Bremont • Germaine Haye • Anne Primout • Camille Loiseau • Marie-Simone Capony • Clementine Solignac • Eugenie Blanchard • Maria Diaz • Marcelle Narbonne • Marie-Therese Bardet • Paule Bronzini • Irenise Moulonguet • Suzanne Burrier • Marie Liguinen • Olympe Amaury • Eudoxie Baboul • Elisabeth Collot • Honorine Rondello • Lucile Randon

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