|Birth:||18 October 1783|
Aubel, Austrian Netherlands (now Belgium)
|Death:||14 March 1892|
|Age:||108 years, 148 days|
Marie Jeanne d'Evergroote [original Dutch spelling: Joanna Maria d'Evergroet] (18 October 1783 – 14 March 1892) was a Belgian centenarian who, at the time of her death, was the oldest known person ever.
Joana Maria d'Evegroet was born on 18 October 1783 in Aubel, Austrian Netherlands (present-day Belgium), to Laurentius d'Evegroet and Maria Josepha Daelem. The family name has various spellings, but d'Evergroote is the one used on her death certificate. She never married nor had children.
Marie d'Evergroote became the oldest living person on Europe on 24 October 1888, following the death of 105-year-old Willem van Renterghem. She died on 14 March 1892, aged 108 years, 148 days. Her successor as the oldest person in Europe was Lavina Hansdatter.
- Oldest validated centenarian by year Gerontology Research Group
- Centenarian Validation in Belgium Max-Planck-Gesellschaft 2003
- Parochieregister van Aubel, doopakte 65, 18 October 1783
- Register van de burgerlijke stand, overlijdensakte 19, 15 March 1892
- Nécrologies, Journal de Bruxelles, 18 March 1892