Ragndid Slotfeldt-Ellingsen
Ragndid Slotfeldt-Ellingsen
Centenarian

Ragndid Irmelin Slotfeldt-Ellingsen (née Gram; 18 May 1904 – 16 August 2012) was a Norwegian centenarian who was the oldest living person in Norway at the time of her death.

Biography

Ragndid Irmelin Gram was born in Oslo on 18 May 1904. She was a daughter of Karl and Inga Gram. She was married to Erling Slotfeldt-Ellingsen (1899–1995) and had two children. Ragndid was a dancer and studied classic ballet in Paris and Torino.

Slotfeldt-Ellingsen became the oldest living person in Norway on 21 April 2012 upon the death of 109-year old Kristi Oktedalen. Slotfeldt-Ellingsen held the title for 117 days. She died on 16 August 2012 at the age of 108 years, 90 days. Her successor as the oldest person in Norway was Elisabet Ekenaes.

References


Norway's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (VE)

Maria Padderud • Nils Monsen Slaire • Karen Thorsen • Mathias Hansen Saether • Vilhelmine Olsen • Marie Olsen • Gjertrud Aas • Madli Bjoerkenes • Synnoeve Gundersen • Ellen Hoddoe • Beret Esp • Kristine Fredriksen • Ingeborg Time • Hans Aasegg • Tomine Seland • Martha Eike • Olav Holtan • Hulda Lie • Ludvig Froeysland • Karl Holm • Ingebrigt Johansen • Inga Nilsen • Herman Smith-Johannsen • Maren Bolette Torp • Aasne Hustveit • Erik Arnegaard • Klara Joergensen • Inga Storstenvik • Lydianna Endresen • Ella Hagen • Laura Svehaug • Amund Vermedal • Karen Svisdal • Herborg Tjoflot • Olav Hovatn • Harriet Holm • Borghild Nilsen • Anna Gundersen • Asborg Aarli • Ingeborg Thuen • Inger Buchholdt • Emma Bendiksen • Gunda Harangen • Ida Sofie Hanssen • Gudrun Onshuus • Helene Nilsen • Kristi Oektedalen • Ragndid Slotfeldt-Ellingsen • Elisabet Ekenaes • Ragnhild HaugenTorbjorn OverboMarie AndersenPetra HogetveitGudrun Nymoen

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