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List of Brazilian supercentenarians

This list includes Brazilian supercentenarians (people who have attained the age of at least 110 years) and foreign supercentenarians who were born in Brazil. whose lifespans have been verified by an international body that specifically deals in longevity research, such as the Gerontology Research Group (GRG). As of 1 September 2015, the GRG reports one living supercentenarian from Brazil.[1]

Living Brazilian supercentenarians

Below is a list of the oldest living people from Brazil.

Name Sex Reported birth date Reported age as of June 17, 2016 State or Country of birth State of residence
Martinho de Abreu Lima[2] M 2 March 1902 114 years, 107 days ? Ceará
Sebastião Batista dos Santos[3] M 15 March 1902 114 years, 94 days Paraná Paraná
Lázara Rodrigues da Costa[4] F 15 April 1902 114 years, 63 days São Paulo São Paulo
Geolina de Godoi Faria[5] F 8 June 1902 114 years, 9 days Goiás São Paulo
Olindina Maria da Conceição[6] F 7 January 1903 113 years, 162 days Paraíba Paraíba
Alida Victória Grubba Rudge[1] F 10 July 1903 112 years, 343 days Santa Catarina Santa Catarina
Amélia Nunes dos Santos[7] F 20 September 1903 112 years, 271 days Ceará Ceará
Maria Francisca Meruoca do Nascimento[8] F 14 January 1904 112 years, 155 days Ceará Ceará
Francisco Lomes do Nascimento[9] M 15 January 1904 112 years, 154 days Bahia Bahia
Luzia Mohrs[10] F 23 March 1904 112 years, 86 days Germany Rio Grande do Sul
José Rodrigues Avelino[11] M 5 January 1905 111 years, 164 days Ceará Ceará
Geralda Aloy[12] F 27 January 1905 111 years, 142 days ? Rio Grande do Sul
Irondina Serafim Vaiz[13] F 10 February 1905 111 years, 128 days ? Santa Catarina

Brazilian supercentenarians

Supercentenarians whose lifespans have been verified by an international body that specifically deals in longevity research, such as the Gerontology Research Group (GRG) are listed below.

Rank Name Sex Birth date Death date Age State of birth State of death
1 Maria Gomes Valentim[14] F 9 July 1896 21 June 2011 114 years, 347 days Minas Gerais Minas Gerais
2 Alida Victória Grubba Rudge[1] F 10 July 1903 Living 112 years, 343 days Santa Catarina Santa Catarina


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  3. ^ "Homem comemora 112 anos e ainda tem forças para trabalhar - aRede". 2014-03-16. Retrieved 2015-09-06.  (Portuguese)
  4. ^ "IBITINGA: Lázara Costa, a mulher mais velha da cidade - Portal Rádio Ternura FM de Ibitinga". 2013-11-20. Retrieved 2015-09-06.  (Portuguese)
  5. ^ "Mulher de 111 anos beneficiada com Casa Legal - Agência Goiana de Habitação". 2013-08-09. Retrieved 2015-09-06.  (Portuguese)
  6. ^ "Bananeirense completa 111 anos e pode ser a mulher mais idosa do Brejo da PB | Bananeiras Online - Conectando você com a notícia". Bananeiras Online. 2014-01-07. Retrieved 2015-09-06.  (Portuguese)
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  8. ^ "Aos 110 anos, dona Meruoca ensina e a arte de colher alegrias". Retrieved 2014-04-26.  (Portuguese)
  10. ^ "Deutsche Missionarin Sr. Maria Electis SND feiert in Brasilien 110". Retrieved 2014-04-26.  (Portuguese)
  11. ^ "‘Seu Zé Preto’ comemora 110 anos em Tauá". Diário Centro Sul - Diário do Nordeste.  (Portuguese)
  12. ^ Bstech. "QWERTY - Portal de Notícias - Notícias - Detalhes".  (Portuguese)
  13. ^ "Moradora de Águas de Chapecó tem primeira festa de aniversário aos 110 anos". RIC Mais Santa Catarina.  (Portuguese)
  14. ^ GRG Deaths in 2011
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