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*[http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/melbournes-marjorie-cooke-celebrates-110th-birthday-in-style/news-story/a2752b2f7b79ed90ee96c0f4b90300fa Melbourne’s Marjorie Cooke celebrates 110th birthday in style]
 
*[http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/melbournes-marjorie-cooke-celebrates-110th-birthday-in-style/news-story/a2752b2f7b79ed90ee96c0f4b90300fa Melbourne’s Marjorie Cooke celebrates 110th birthday in style]
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*[http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/woman-to-celebrate-111th-birthday-in-east-malvern-on-january-5/news-story/cbcd0bf086d01e7e2f48751edcaf0417 Woman to celebrate 111th birthday in East Malvern on January 5] Herald Sun. 3 January 2017
 
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Marjorie Cooke
Marjorie Cooke
Marjorie Cooke on her 110th birthday
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Marjorie Cooke (born 5 January 1906) is a Australian supercentenarian who is the oldest living person in Australia, following the death of Mary Whitehurst.

Biography

Born in Albert Park, Marjorie married an opera singer and radio announcer, Keith Cooke. They had two sons, Lyell and John. The couple spent many happy times travelling the world. In 1950s and 1960s they spent 6 months in Europe and trips to Lebanon, United States, Persia, Iran and Pakistan.

Today she lives in Melbourne, Australia.

References

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