|Birth:||3 June 1905|
Blackhall, England, United Kingdom
|Death:||4 July 2011|
|Age:||106 years, 31 days|
Stephen Todd (3 June 1905 – 4 July 2011) was a New Zealand centenarian who may have been (citation needed) New Zealand's oldest living man for the last three months of his life.
Todd had five other siblings. He first worked in the coal mines at Blackhall with his father at the age of 14. He arrived in New Zealand on 5 January 1925 after work at the mines became scarce.
Todd married Alice Friend on 21 December 1927. They had three children: Ivan, Thelma, and Nola. Todd failed his medical exam, so he did not participate during World War II. Alice Todd died in 1986, and Stephen never remarried.
- 105 years old but he's still a youngster at heart Stuff, 11 June 2010
|New Zealand's Oldest Living Man Titleholders (V • E)|
Christopher Murray • Alexander Hughes • Maxwell Wallenstein • Wesley Firth • Frederick Fox • David Orange • Thomas Salmon • Allan Watkins • Edward Leigh • Arthur Bates • William Swensson • Charles Campbell • Hubert Harden • William Hayes • James Hill • Lawrence Blyth • Bright Williams • Cecil Hamilton • Ernest Ryland • Trevor Henry • Harold Clark • Dudley Sainsbury • Taiwung Yu Hoi • Harry Andrews • Ian Chirnside • Bob Edwards • Howard Buss • Ronald Hermanns