Harry Laverick
Birth: 21 March 1894
England, UK
Death: 6 December 2002
Maldon, Essex, England, UK
Age: 108 years, 260 days
Country: United Kingdom UK
Centenarian

Harry Laverick (21 March 1894 – 6 December 2002) was a British centenarian who was the oldest known living man in the UK at the time of his death.

Biography

Laverick was born in England on 21 March 1894. He never married nor had children. On 14 April 2002, he became the oldest man in the United Kingdom after the death of 109-year-old Frederick Moore.

Laverick died in Maldon, England on 6 December 2002 at the age of 108 years, 260 days. His successor as the United Kingdom’s oldest man was Ukrainian-born Jerzy Pajaczkowski-Dydynski, then aged 108. As he had no direct descendants, he may not have left a will as his estate has not been claimed.

References


United Kingdom's Oldest Living Man Titleholders (VE)

George Stanforth • John Mosley Turner • John Leng • Frederick Butterfield • James Harrow • Ernest Oxley • Harry Durrant • Arthur Emanuel • James Sellers • Walter Sandford • George Simms • Henry Norman • John Orton • Alfred Grant • John Evans • Samuel Crabbe • Joseph Randle • Jesse Yewdall • William Proctor • David Davies • Vinson Gulliver • David Henderson • Harry Halford • William Lee • Frederick Moore • Harry Laverick • Jerzy Pajaczkowski-Dydynski • Henry Allingham • Harry Patch • Stanley Lucas • Edward Anderson • Reg Dean • Ralph Tarrant • Harold Bracher • Frank Simes • John Mansfield • Alf Smith • Bob Weighton • Harry Fransman • John Tinniswood

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