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List of Belgian supercentenarians

This is an incomplete list of [1] The oldest Belgian ever was Joanna Deroover, who died in 2002 aged 112 years 186 days.[2]

Living Belgian supercentenarians

Below is a list of known living supercentenarians from Belgium.

  • Alicia Corveleyn (born 8 January 1905 in West Flanders) — aged 110 years, 344 days.[3][4]

Belgian supercentenarians

Below is a list of known Belgian supercentenarians.
Name Sex Birth date Death date Age Province or
Region of birth
Province or
Region of death
Joanna Deroover[2] F 3 June 1890 6 December 2002 112 years, 186 days Flemish Brabant Flemish Brabant
Fanny Godin[1] F 27 May 1902 7 September 2014 112 years, 103 days Liège Flemish Brabant
Germaine Degueldre[5] F 26 September 1900 11 May 2012 111 years, 228 days Hainaut Hainaut
Adrienne Ledent[6] F 13 December 1899 23 June 2011 111 years, 192 days Luxembourg Luxembourg
Jan Goossenaerts[5] M 30 October 1900 21 March 2012 111 years, 143 days Antwerp Antwerp
Maria van Sprengel[2] F 30 January 1882 22 April 1993 111 years, 82 days Antwerp Antwerp
Bernardina van Dommelen[7] F 15 March 1899 16 April 2010 111 years, 32 days Antwerp Antwerp
Aimée Rensonnet[1] F 18 January 1900 15 December 2010 110 years, 331 days Brussels Hainaut
Romanie Pollet[8] F 21 December 1898 17 October 2009 110 years, 300 days West Flanders Brussels
Anne-Marie Vandermersch[2] F 14 December 1892 8 October 2003 110 years, 298 days Namur Brussels
Gabriëlle Demets[7] F 26 August 1899 1 May 2010 110 years, 248 days West Flanders West Flanders
Maria Pierson-Ledent[7] F 20 June 1899 6 January 2010 110 years, 200 days Luxembourg Namur
Maria Irma Casteur-Vanderhaegen[2] F 26 June 1887 11 November 1997 110 years, 138 days East Flanders East Flanders
Maria de Jaeger[6] F 15 January 1901 30 April 2011 110 years, 105 days East Flanders East Flanders
Catherina Ververs[2] F 27 October 1888 24 January 1999 110 years, 89 days Flemish Brabant Flemish Brabant
Louis Marion[2] M 10 October 1893 28 December 2003 110 years, 79 days Namur Namur
Marie de Ruyver[2] F 10 February 1889 14 March 1999 110 years, 32 days East Flanders East Flanders

Belgian emigrant supercentenarians

Below is a list of supercentenarians born in Belgium who are living in another country or who emigrated to another country before death.

  • Anne de Sousberghe (born 7 November 1904 in Brussels) — aged 111 years, 41 days and living in the United Kingdom.[9]
  • Maria Richard (born 28 November 1900 (Luxembourg) - died 11 October 2012 (France)). Died aged 111 years, 318 days.[1]
  • Jan Machiel Reyskens (born 11 May 1878 (Limburg) - died 7 January 1990 (Netherlands)). Died aged 111 years, 241 days.[2]

Belgian supercentenarians by province and region

Below is a list of supercentenarians from each Belgian province and region. Brussels is treated as a region, because it is not a province.

Province or Region Name Sex Birth date Death date Age
Antwerp Jan Goossenaerts[1] M 30 October 1900 21 March 2012 111 years, 143 days
Brussels Romanie Pollet[8] F 21 December 1898 17 October 2009 110 years, 300 days
East Flanders
Flemish Brabant Joanna Deroover[2] F 3 June 1890 6 December 2002 112 years, 186 days
Hainaut Germaine Degueldre[1] F 26 September 1900 11 May 2012 111 years, 228 days
Liège
Limburg
Luxembourg
Namur Maria Pierson Ledent[7] F 20 June 1899 6 January 2010 110 years, 200 days
West Flanders Gabrielle Demets[7] F 14 August 1899 1 May 2010 110 years, 248 days
Walloon Brabant

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j GRG VERIFIED SUPERCENTENARIAN CASES -- LISTED CHRONOLOGICALLY BY DEATH DATE as of 28 April 2007 Retrieved 6 July 2011.
  3. ^ http://www.hln.be/regio/nieuws-uit-zedelgem/alicia-blaast-110-kaarsjes-uit-a2177396/
  4. ^ http://www.nieuwsblad.be/article/detail.aspx?articleid=DMF20140108_00918510
  5. ^ a b GRG Deaths in 2012
  6. ^ a b GRG Deaths in 2011
  7. ^ a b c d e GRG Deaths for 2010 (in Chronological Order)(as of 29 May 2011) Retrieved 6 July 2011.
  8. ^ a b GRG Deaths for 2009 (in Chronological Order) (as of 24 December 2010) Retrieved 6 July 2011.
  9. ^ http://www.magyarkurir.hu/hirek/anne-de-sousberghe-nover-110-szuletesnapjat-unnepelte
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