|Birth:||1 July 1906|
Diyarbakir, Diyarbakir, Ottoman Empire (now Turkey)
|Death:||14 November 2014|
Oldebroek, Gelderland, The Netherlands
|Age:||108 years, 136 days|
Serop Mirzoyan (c. 1 July 1906 – 14 November 2014) was an Ottoman-Dutch centenarian who was the oldest known living man in the Netherlands at the time of his death.
Mirzoyan was born in Diyarbakir in the Ottoman Empire, in what is now Turkey. His parents were Armenians, and they fled to Iraq during the Armenian Genocide. He worked as a farmer in Iraqi Kurdistan. He moved to the Netherlands in 1996 to be with his daughter. He only remembered his year of birth, and 1 July was selected as his alleged birthday. Mirzoyan spoke Armenian, Arabic, and Kurdish, but learned Dutch by reading the Bible.
Serop celebrated his 100th birthday in 2006 described as "surprisingly cheerful". He became the oldest living man in the Netherlands when 106-year old Tjeerd Epema died. Mirzoyan died on 14 November 2014 at the apparent age of 108 years, 136 days. Floor van Cleemputte, then 107, became the oldest Dutch man.