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List of South American supercentenarians

This is an incomplete list of [1] The oldest South American ever was Ecuadorian woman María Capovilla, who died at the age of 116 years and 347 days. As of 1 September 2015, the GRG has verified that there are three living supercentenarians in South America.[2]

Living South American supercentenarians

Below is a list of known oldest living people from South America.
Name Sex Reported birth date Reported age as of December 19, 2015 Place of birth Place of residence
Eudoxie Baboul[2] F 1 October 1901 114 years, 79 days French Guiana French Guiana
Antônio Manoel de Brito[3] M 2 February 1902 113 years, 320 days Brazil Brazil
Martinho de Abreu Lima[4] M 2 March 1902 113 years, 292 days Brazil Brazil
Sebastião Batista dos Santos[5] M 15 March 1902 113 years, 279 days Brazil Brazil
Lázara Rodrigues da Costa[6] F 15 April 1902 113 years, 248 days Brazil Brazil
Geolina de Godoi Faria[7] F 8 June 1902 113 years, 194 days Brazil Brazil
Telésfora Bogado[8] F 5 January 1903 112 years, 348 days Argentina Argentina
Olindina Maria da Conceição[9] F 7 January 1903 112 years, 346 days Brazil Brazil
Aldegundes Pereira de Castro[10] M 3 March 1903 112 years, 291 days Brazil Brazil
Alida Victória Grubba Rudge[2] F 10 July 1903 112 years, 162 days Brazil Brazil
José del Socorro Ferreira[11] M 14 September 1903 112 years, 96 days Paraguay Paraguay
Amélia Nunes dos Santos[12] F 20 September 1903 112 years, 90 days Brazil Brazil
Maria Francisca Meruoca do Nascimento[13] F 14 January 1904 111 years, 339 days Brazil Brazil
Luzia Mohrs[14] F 23 March 1904 111 years, 271 days Germany[1] Brazil
Ana Sara Márquez de Ramírez[15] F 8 August 1904 111 years, 133 days Colombia Colombia

South American supercentenarians

Below is a list of known oldest people from South America. Entries for people who are still living are rendered in italics.
Name Sex Birth date Death date Age Country of birth Country of death
Maria Capovilla[1] F 14 September 1889 27 August 2006 116 years, 347 days Ecuador Ecuador
Maria Gomes Valentim[1] F 9 July 1896 21 June 2011 114 years, 347 days Brazil Brazil
Eudoxie Baboul[2] F 1 October 1901 Living 114 years, 79 days French Guiana[2] Living in French Guiana
Alida Victória Grubba Rudge[2] F 10 July 1903 Living 112 years, 162 days Brazil Living in Brazil
Luisa Roncoroni de Bizzozero[1] F 30 June 1903 1 September 2015 112 years, 63 days Argentina Argentina
Manolita Piña[1] F 24 February 1883 11 June 1994 111 years, 107 days Spain Uruguay
Daniel Guzmán-García[1] M 6 February 1897 21 May 2008 111 years, 105 days Colombia Colombia

South American emigrant supercentenarians

Below is a list of known oldest people born in South America who emigrated to another country before their death

  • Julia Dougherty (20 August 1893 (Peru) - 4 December 2003 (United States)).[1]

Oldest South Americans by country

Below is a list of known oldest people born in each South American country. Entries for people who are still living are rendered in italics.
Country Name Sex Birth date Death date Age
Argentina Luisa Roncoroni de Bizzozero[1] F 30 June 1903 1 September 2015 112 years, 63 days
Brazil Maria Gomes Valentim[1] F 9 July 1896 21 June 2011 114 years, 347 days
Colombia Daniel Guzmán-García[1] M 6 February 1897 21 May 2008 111 years, 105 days
Ecuador María Capovilla[1] F 14 September 1889 27 August 2006 116 years, 347 days
French Guiana[2] Eudoxie Baboul[2] F 1 October 1901 Living 114 years, 79 days
Peru Julia Dougherty[1] (died in the USA) F 20 August 1893 4 December 2003 110 years, 106 days
Uruguay Manolita Piña[1] (born in Spain) F 24 February 1883 11 June 1994 111 years, 107 days

Notes

  1. ^ Mohrs was born in the then German Empire. It is now Germany.
  2. ^ a b French Guiana is considered to be an overseas department and region of France.

References

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