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'''Maria Francisca Isolina Castillo Carrillo''' (born 3 November 1906) is the oldest known living person in Costa Rica following the death of Celina Fernandez Pacheco (1906-2016).
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'''Maria Francisca Isolina Castillo Carrillo''' (3 November 1906 - 20 December 2016) was a Costa Rican [[supercentenarian]] whose age is currently unvalidated by the [[Gerontology Research Group]]. She was believed to be one of the oldest living people in her country following the death of 110 year old [[Celina Fernandez Pacheco]] in 2016.
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
Maria Francisca Isolina Castillo Carillo was born in Matina, Guanacaste, Costa Rica as the daughter of Tomas Castillo, a Cuban immigrant. Francisca had her first son, Paul, at the age of 15 and later had four more children. She said that she never married or lived together with a man for a longer time because they would get violent while drunk. <ref>[http://www.vozdeguanacaste.com/en/articles/2015/02/17/tribute-panchita-one-oldest-people-world Tribute to Panchita: One of the Oldest People in the World]</ref>
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Maria Francisca Isolina Castillo Carillo was born in Matina, Guanacaste, Costa Rica as the daughter of Tomas Castillo, a Cuban immigrant. Francisca had her first son, Paul, at the age of 15 and later had four more children. She said that she never married or lived together with a man for any longer period of time because they would get violent while drunk. <ref>[http://www.vozdeguanacaste.com/en/articles/2015/02/17/tribute-panchita-one-oldest-people-world Tribute to Panchita: One of the Oldest People in the World]</ref>
   
Francisca Castillo currently lives in Mansion, Guanacaste and became a great-great-great-great-grandmother at the age of 106 in 2013.<ref>[http://todaycostarica.com/nicoyana-is-great-great-great-great-grandmother/ Nicoyana Is Great Great Great Great Grandmother]</ref>
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Francisca Castillo lived in Mansion, Guanacaste and became a great-great-great-great-grandmother at the age of 106 in 2013.<ref>[http://todaycostarica.com/nicoyana-is-great-great-great-great-grandmother/ Nicoyana Is Great Great Great Great Grandmother]</ref> Francisca Castillo Carrillo died on 20 December 2016, aged 110 years, 47 days.
   
 
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Francisca Castillo Carrillo
Francisca Castillo Carrillo
Birth: 3 November 1906
Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Death: 20 December 2016
Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Age: 110 years, 47 days
Country: Costa RicaCRI
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Maria Francisca Isolina Castillo Carrillo (3 November 1906 - 20 December 2016) was a Costa Rican supercentenarian whose age is currently unvalidated by the Gerontology Research Group. She was believed to be one of the oldest living people in her country following the death of 110 year old Celina Fernandez Pacheco in 2016.

Biography

Maria Francisca Isolina Castillo Carillo was born in Matina, Guanacaste, Costa Rica as the daughter of Tomas Castillo, a Cuban immigrant. Francisca had her first son, Paul, at the age of 15 and later had four more children. She said that she never married or lived together with a man for any longer period of time because they would get violent while drunk. [1]

Francisca Castillo lived in Mansion, Guanacaste and became a great-great-great-great-grandmother at the age of 106 in 2013.[2] Francisca Castillo Carrillo died on 20 December 2016, aged 110 years, 47 days.

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