|Birth:||19 March 1908?|
Kostanay Region, Russian Empire (now Kazakhstan)
|Death:||fl.13 June 2018|
Achinsk, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia
|Age:||110 years, 86+ days|
Klavdiya Stepanovna Alyokhina (Russian: Клавдия Степановна Алёхина; 19 March 1908? – fl. 13 June 2018) was a Kazakh-born Russian supercentenarian whose claim is currently unvalidated by the Gerontology Research Group (GRG).
Alyokhina claimed to have been born in the village of Bogoyavlenko, Presnogorkovsky District, Russian Empire (present-day Uzunkol District, Kostanay Region, Kazakhstan), on 19 March 1908. Her father's name was Stepan. In childhood, she was called Klanka. She started working very early. At the age of 7, she was put on a horse with a plow, but fell asleep and fell off a horse, directly under his hooves.
In 1927, she married Stepan Alekseyevich Alyokhin. Soon after, their first daughter, Anna, was born. After moving to Achinsk, her husband worked with milk products, making butter and cottage cheese. Her husband died in 1976.
At the age of 100, she suddenly started writting a funny children's poems. Alyokhina well-remembered the history of her family until the age of 105. Her oldest daughter, Anna, was still alive at the age of 90 on Alyokhina's claimed 110th birthday.
Alyokhina was last reported living in Achinsk, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia, on 13 June 2018, at the claimed age of 110 years, 86 days.