|Birth:||12 February 1881|
Le Vauclin, Martinique, France
|Death:||7 December 1992|
Riviere-Pilote, Martinique, France
|Age:||111 years, 299 days|
Felicite Jandia [French: Félicité Jandia] (née Ajax; 12 February 1881 – 7 December 1992) was a French supercentenarian whose age is validated by the Gerontology Research Group. She lived in the French overseas territory of Martinique.
Felicite Jandia was born as Felicite Ajax on 12 February 1881 in Le Vauclin, Martinique, France. She married Louis Montabord (born 1863), and had at least two daughters: Julie Montabord (1906–2019) and Louise Montabord (1907). Later, she remarried Jules Jandia.
Her first daughter, Julie Montabord, also became a supercentenarian in 2016, making them just the second known parent-child supercentenarian pair in history and the pair recordholder for the highest combined parent-child age.
Jandia died in Riviere-Pilote [French: Rivière-Pilote], Martinique, France, on 7 December 1992, at the age of 111 years, 299 days. She was the second-oldest living person in France at the time of her death, after Jeanne Calment.