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Title: Claims From Brazil (Age 108+)
Description: All claims from Brazil age 108 & over


athyon - April 2, 2011 09:35 PM (GMT)
Below are all the claims in Brazil of those aged 108 or older.

Refer to this link for the table: http://z3.invisionfree.com/The_110_Club/in...?showtopic=1663

(For viewers outside the forum) Know anyone shown here? Or know other people over the age of 108? Please inform us, and help us validate their age! E-mail me, Gabriel, at athyon(at)yahoo.com

(Para visualisadores fora do forum) Conhecem alguém mostrado aqui? Ou conhecem outras pessoas com mais de 108 anos de idade? Por favor informe-nos, e ajude-nos a validar as suas idades. Envie-me um mail, Gabriel, para athyon(at)yahoo.com


Topic broken down by birth years per page:

(1871-1889 shown here)
(1890-1897 shown here)
(1898-Jul 1900 shown here)
(Aug 1900-Mar 1902 shown here)
(Apr 1902-Mar 05 1903 shown here)
(Mar 16 1903-Oct 1903 shown here)
(Jan 1904 & Younger shown here)

athyon - April 2, 2011 09:37 PM (GMT)
Female - Maria do Carmo Gerônimo (Mar 05 1871 - Jun 14 2000) of Itajuba, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Birthplace: Carmo de Minas, Minas Gerais, Brazil
(AKA Maria do Carmo Jerônimo)


Dec 09 2003
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2002
http://www.dollyneder.com.br/trabalho/geronimo.htm

Maria do Carmo Geronimo
The oldest woman in the world - 124 years.

Sign language parapsychologist and Dolly (right),
Maria do Carmo (center), the oldest woman in the world.

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Jun 16 2000
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/793515.stm

Survivor of slavery dies in Brazil
Maria do Carmo Jeronimo, a former slave whose lack of a birth certificate prevented her recognition as the world's oldest woman, has died at the age of 129.
Jeronimo died of a stroke late on Wednesday at the University Hospital in Itajuba, 300 km (200 miles) north-west of Rio.

Maria do Carmo Jeronimo lived in three centuries
According to church records, Jeronimo was born on 5 March 1871 in the southeastern town of Carmo de Minas, in Minas Gerais state.
Brazil then was a monarchy under Emperor Pedro II, and Jeronimo, who was black, was born into slavery.
She was 17 when Brazil finally abolished slavery, but never left Minas Gerais.
For six decades she worked as a housemaid for the Guimaraes family, which in recent years tried unsuccessfully to have her recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the world's oldest woman.
"They said the baptismal registry of the church in Carmo de Minas wasn't enough and demanded a birth certificate," said Agostinho Guimaraes in a recent interview.
"The problem is there were no certificates back then, especially for slaves."

Proof needed

The publication requires a birth certificate or other undisputed proof of age, because some past claims of longevity have turned out to be false.
The Guinness World Records book says the world's oldest person is Eva Morris, of Staffordshire in England, who is 114 years old.
It lists the oldest man as 110-year-old Benjamin Harrison Holcomb of the United States.
The oldest person ever with authenticated records was Jeanne Calment of France, who died on 4 August 1997 aged 122.
Still, local record books listed Jeronimo as the world's oldest woman, and she was honoured at a Carnival parade in Rio commemorating the abolition of slavery.
She also received a personal blessing from Pope John Paul II during a visit to Rio. At the age of 127, she finally saw the ocean.

Resistance

In her final years, Jeronimo had a series of strokes that effectively left her in a vegetative state.
But her resistance surprised Guimaraes family members, who took care of her when she no longer was able to work.
"We saw her go through many crises, many delicate situations and survive, " Thereza Guimaraes told the newspaper Hoje em Dia.
"We ended up thinking that it would go on forever."


Jun 15 2000
http://ennan.multiservers.com/paulopes.geo/carmo2.htm

Die ex-slave who was 129 years

BELO HORIZONTE - Itajubá died yesterday in the former slave Mary of Carmo Geronimo (pictured), for 129 years, considered by many women over the old world. She was hospitalized two weeks ago. In the last two years, Maria do Carmo, born March 5, 1871, had several strokes that confined to a bed in the family Bernardo Guimaraes in the neighborhood Our Lady of Fatima in Itajubá, south of Minas.

It is fed by tube and appeared to be unconscious. "She no longer had any signs of lucidity and the doctors said his condition was irreversible," lamented Bernadette Bernardo Guimaraes, who, like the 12 brothers - two of them already dead - was created by ex-slave, hired as a maid and nanny family in 1942.

The family tried in vain to include it in Guinness as the oldest woman in the world, but as she only had a church document with the date of his birth, was not accepted. The health of former slave was "iron," according to his family until 1997. That year, she performed one of his biggest dreams, which was to be with Pope John Paul II.

The two met in Rio After the hearing, at which he received the papal blessing, Maria do Carmo started to have balance problems and was hospitalized several times, once at the Heart Institute (Incor). (Evaldo Magellan)


Jun 14 2000
http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/folha/cotidia...lt95u2496.shtml

She died in MG, to 129, the oldest woman in Brazil
RANI BRAGON
SANTIAGO CARLOS HENRIQUE, the Agencia Folha, in Belo Horizonte

He died at 18:20 this Wednesday (14) in Itajubá in southern Minas Gerais, the former slave Maria do Carmo Jeronimo, 129, considered the oldest woman in the Guinness Book of Brazil, the record books.

Maria do Carmo was hospitalized since Monday in the hospital of the Faculty of Medicine of the city, after suffering a seizure. She died of multiple organ failure.

According to the hospital's director, Francisco de Assis Almeida, Maria do Carmo had superficial coma since being admitted, just reacting to some stimuli. This was his second hospitalization this year.

The former slave, who joined the Brazilian edition of the record books in 1994, lived 58 years ago with his family in Itajubá historian Armelin Bernardo Guimarães, who is the grandson of the author of "Slave Isaura", author Joaquim da Silva Bernardo Guimaraes.

Maria do Carmo was taken to the site to work as a nanny of 13 children of the historian. She who was slave to the 17 years, was born in the city of Carmo de Minas, formerly called Sylvester Ferraz.

According to his relatives, former slaves began attending only 120 years to hospitals, to treat pneumonia and a crisis of hypoglycemia. In 1994 he was found comatose and was admitted to the ICU for three days.

In October 1997 _dias after making one of the biggest dreams of his life, meeting Pope John Paul 2, who was visiting the Brasil_, Maria do Carmo had stroke and was admitted to the ICU of Santa Casa de Misericordia de Itajubá by almost two months.

Then she was taken to Sao Paulo and was hospitalized for almost 30 days at the Heart Institute, where he was met by the team of former Minister Adib Jatene.

One of the picturesque scenes involving the ex-slave was held in May 1995 when she met the sea for the first time to visit Rio de Janeiro at the invitation of then Mayor Cesar Maia. At the time she came to drink polluted water from Copacabana beach, handed to her in a plastic cup by the mayor.

The former slave of 1.24 m, could not read, write, did not like music, TV and claimed never to have a boyfriend. "Marriage is pineapple," always repeated.

According to a document of the Parish of Our Lady of Mount Caramel Campaign (south of Minas Gerais), Maria do Carmo was born on March 5, 1871 and was christened 16 days later. "Mary, daughter of Sabrina, the slave of Jose Luiz Monteiro de Noronha," says the record.

Not having a birth certificate, Guinness did not recognize the former slave as the oldest woman in the world, but his family was gathering documents for it to be officially recognized by the publication.


Mar 05 1998
http://ennan.multiservers.com/paulopes.geo/carmo.htm

Women over old in Brazil is 127 years
FABIA PRATES
Agency Leaf, in Belo Horizonte

In poor health after suffering two strokes, a woman elder of Brazil , Maria of the Carmen Jerome ( photo ), complete 127 years now, without speaking, without walking and feeding tube. The date is celebrated with a Mass celebrated by Father Antonio Maria São Paulo, at 16h in the district of Our Lady of Fatima in Itajubá (MG) , the home of the family Bernardo Guimaraes , who lives for 55 years . Then he met the Pope in October, in Rio, fulfilling a dream of his life, Maria do Carmo Jeronimo had several health problems. He was admitted to the ICU of Santa Casa de Misericordia de Itajubá for almost two months. He was also for nearly 30 days at the Institute of Heart, in Sao Paulo, and was attended by the staff of former Minister Adib Jatene. Paulista doctors were impressed with his strength. They came to say that some of your organs function as if they had half the age. Ex-slave, Maria do Carmo contained in the record books since 1994 as the oldest woman in the country. This year, is considered also as the oldest passenger to travel by plane. His family is gathering documents for it to be recognized officially as the world's oldest. According to Bernadette Bernardo Guimaraes, by the end of this month, several documents will be sent to Guinness world.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:42 PM (GMT)
Female - Maria Etelvina dos Santos (Jul 15 1878 - Mar 08 2003) of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Birthplace: São Sebastião do Passé, Bahia, Brazil


Mar 11 2003
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Mar 19 2003
http://veja.abril.com.br/190303/datas.html

Died: the Bahia Etelvina Maria dos Santos , who, according to documents issued in 1964, would have 124 years and would be the oldest woman in the world. Day 8, Salvador.


Mar 11 2003
http://www.elsiglodetorreon.com.mx/noticia...e-a-los-12.html

The oldest woman in Brazil dies at 124 years
Salvador (Brazil) (EFE) .- Etelvina Maria dos Santos, considered the oldest woman in Brazil and for whom the secret of longevity was the crabmeat, died at 124 years old because of a stroke .

Etelvina Maria died on Sunday at the Hospital Sant Antonio, the city of Salvador, capital of Bahia State (northeast), where he was hospitalized for various ailments for a little over a month, the state news agency.

According to his birth, had come into the world on July 15, 1878 in Sao Sebastiao do Passe, then a village that has now become a municipality and has the same name.

They said their families to the State agency, the old woman remained completely lucid until it had to be hospitalized. Her secret to a long and healthy life was simple: eat crab meat in abundance.

During its 124 years, Maria Etelvina never was attended by a gynecologist or passed through a dentist's chair and took pride in it.

The woman was buried in the cemetery today removes two Lazarus, Salvador, where he cites much of the large family he has left.

He had five grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren. The three children he had in his life had passed away years ago.


Mar 11 2003
http://www.elpais.com/articulo/gente/tv/Fa...elpepuage_1/Tes

A woman dies in Brazil 124 years
The deceased attributed his longevity to the consumption of crabs
AFP - Rio de Janeiro - 11/03/2003

Etelvina Maria dos Santos, a Brazilian of 124 years died last Saturday at the state capital, Salvador. Although not yet recorded in the book Ginness probably was not until the weekend the world's oldest person, according to local press reports.

According to his birth certificate, dated July 15, 1878, Mary Etelvina born in the municipality of Sao Sebastiao do Passe, in the interior of Bahia, died on Saturday at a hospital in Salvador because of a cerebral hemorrhage, after having been admitted 38 days.

Lucid until the day of his hospitalization, Maria Etalvina typical liked to eat crabs in the region and attributed his longevity to his quiet life, according to his family, among which include a daughter, five grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, 39 great-grandchildren and choznos four (children of grandchildren).


Mar 11 2003
http://www.smh.com.au/cgi-bin/common/popup...7144964034.html

Oldest woman in the world dies
March 11 2003
Rio De Janeiro: The allegedly oldest woman in the world died in Brazil at 124 years, according to media reports today.
Maria Etelvina Dos Santos succumbed to a stroke over the weekend in the northeast provincial capital Salvador.
The descendant of African slaves, Dos Santos was born according to her official birth certificate on July 15, 1878. She leaves behind five grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, 39 great-great-grandchildren as well as four great-great-great-grandchildren.
Her only daughter died many years ago, it was reported.
Dos Santos enjoyed good health to the end. Her prescription for a long life: "Always remain calm".


Mar 10 2003
http://www.estadao.com.br/arquivo/nacional...30310p34788.htm

Monday, March 10, 2003, 16:33 | Online
Dies woman who claimed to have 124 years

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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:42 PM (GMT)
Male - Nelson Schneider (Jan 01 1879) of Paraná, Brazil


Apr 25 2009
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Feb 21 2007
http://www.sindicatodosaposentados.org.br/noticias/189.htm

BULLETIN OF THE ALLIGATOR
Year III - No. 107 - From 14 to 21 February 2008
Chief Editor: Darci Callegari - Alligator
Communication Director SINDNAPI
Dear (the) Companions (as)
Number 108
Retired older

The relisting of the INSS conducted between the years 2005 and 2007 found that retired elder of Brazil has, in fact, 129 years - a reference that did not appear in the listing. He was found in the State of Parana and was born on January 1, 1879 - the year that launched the campaign to abolish slavery - and called Nelson Schneider and rural living with a benefit valued at $ 380.00.

The first results of the relisting surprised even the minister of Social Welfare. Among the re-badged are eight other women who have passed the limit of 120 years. From the data collected, it was concluded that for those who love life a tip is to pack up and go live in Parana, there also lives a retired elder in the country, who will turn 128 years on Thursday, days 28. Her name is Maria Olivia da Silva, also survive on a minimum wage that has received since the 80's. Polish by birth, she immigrated to Brazil for three years, married twice, at 12 and 28 years, and toured 21 cities in the State, until settling in Astorga. Lucid and the vision impaired, can not travel farther, but gained fame. According to report Aparecido Silva, his son 57 years, and is known by everyone in the city it will be the subject of a report by French TV, who will travel to Brazil on the occasion of his birthday. Also according to his son, want to put it in the Guinness Book as the oldest woman in the world. The secret to her longevity? Coca-cola and bananas. If not, she complains.

Another retired 120 years, like the other two, also lives with R $ 380.00, which came to be blocked on two occasions during the period of the census, Rosa Silvina de Jesus, leads a quiet life despite living in Sao Paulo . If not for the relisting of the INSS, would not have CPF. A native of Bahia, had six children, four of whom still live. He worked in the fields planting corn and beans in the land of a farmer and has migrated to Sao Paulo to complete 80 years. And what little they earn, to help supplement the family income. His daughter, yearning de Souza, 62, says her dream is to have a little room. She said she sleeps with her mother in the kitchen because the house is small and it can not build anything.

Joana Ribeiro da Silva, also complete 120 years on May 25, and lives in Maranguape, the state of Ceara, surrounded by three great-grandchildren. Age does not stop her from smoking his pipe and gives him license to ask for some tobacco to anyone. He had six children, three of whom still live. When young, he worked in sugarcane Site Ypioca, but ended up getting a benefit from Social Security by age (lifetime monthly income) of a minimum wage. Smiling, she briefly summarizes the recipe for elixir of life: "I ate lots of rice, beans and porridge." The city paid tribute to the International Women's Day.

With 108 years, Mary Rose of Sacramento is one of the retired elderly in Rio de Janeiro. The pipe that accompanied for much of life, she left a few months ago, but the beer has not yet succeeded, nor will it dispense. She broke the record of her own mother, who lived 102 years. His daughter, 62, Maria Celia dos Santos Ferreira, the long life of the mother only has one explanation: "She always says the secret is the food. Previously, they ate lots of meat and dry foods made at home. Today it has a lot of crap. "Dona Maria Rosa INSS also has a monthly income of $ 380.00.

athyon - April 2, 2011 09:43 PM (GMT)
Female - Ana Martinha da Silva (Aug 27 1880 - Jul 27 2004) of Cuiabá, Mato Grosso, Brazil
Birthplace: Chapada dos Guimarães, Mato Grosso, Brazil


Dec 09 2003
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Jul 28 2004
http://pagina20.uol.com.br/28072004/via_publica.htm

Woman Dies considered the oldest in Brazil

With 127 years old, retired Martinha Ana da Silva, died yesterday at 14h20 at the Santa Casa de Cuiabá (MT), where he was hospitalized from 22 days in ICU (Intensive Care Unit).

Ana Martinha was considered the oldest woman of Brazil for RankBrasil (www.rankbrasil.com.br), a Brazilian version created in 1999 the record books, the "Guinness Book".

The birth certificate of Anna Martinha says she was born on August 24, 1880 - that is, officially had 123 years.

But pensioner claiming they had 127 years: she was born in 1876 in the town of Chapada dos Guimarães (65 km from Cuiabá), and has only been recorded four years later.

The daughter of slaves, she had seen that parents are freed by the Golden Law. He had nine children. He worked as a cook until 103 years. Cited as a remarkable fact in his life suicide of President Getulio Vargas (1882-1954).

According to the Santa Casa de Cuiabá, Ana Martinha was admitted to the ICU (Intensive Care Unit) at 17h of day 22. Was an arrhythmia (abnormal rhythm of the heartbeat normal) and acute respiratory failure.

On day 24, Ana Martinha went into coma and died yesterday, according to the medical record of multiple organ failure.

The governor of Mato Grosso, Maggi (PPS), Ana Martinha also recognized as a woman of full age in Brazil.


Jul 27 2004
http://www.diariodecuiaba.com.br/detalhe.php?cod=188047

Older woman in a coma
Pensioner Ana Martinho da Silva, who had 123 years, remains hospitalized in the ICU of Santa Casa de Cuiabá
Pensioner Ana Martinho da Silva, who had 123 years, is hospitalized since last week in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Santa Casa de Cuiabá
ALECY ALVES

It is a serious health status of retired Ana Martinho da Silva, who had 123 years of age and is considered the oldest woman in Brazil by the Brazilian Book of Records.

Admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Santa Casa de Misericordia de Cuiabá since Wednesday last week with bilateral pneumonia (both lungs), yesterday morning she suffered a cardiac arrest and lapsed into a coma.

The cardiologist Carretoni Carlos Augusto Vaz, who yesterday answered the call from the ICU, said that because of this heart attack was forced to install a temporary pacemaker until the heart of the retired to resume the functions at their own pace, which occurred hours later.

After the crisis, even turned off the unit is installed and maintained in the vein of the left subclavian retired as a precaution. He explained that if Ana Martinha will undergo a new procedure to stop the CPR would be simpler and faster - enough to trigger the device.

In addition to the natural aging of the organs because of advanced age, being a former smoker was hindering the recovery of Dona Ana Martin. As Carretoni Vaz, the consumption of tobacco caused lung blocks and took the pensioner to a chronic respiratory failure.

Currently, the major concern of doctors is the control of severe pulmonary infection. This, says Carretoni because the risk of a generalized infection.

The daughter of Dona Ana Martin, Benedita da Silva, 73, who retired to live, spent the afternoon in the hospital. Crying a lot, she asked his friends to do the prayer for recovery retired. "She will go home. God will meet our demands, "he repeated Benedicta.

HISTORY - Born in the town of Chapada dos Guimarães, Ana Martinha repeatedly said that his true age is not what appears on the birth certificate. Was she 127 years, four more than the one revealed by the document by error data supplied to the court by his father Marinho da Silva Fernandes.

Always humorous and with an amazing clarity, until earlier this year Martinha Dona Ana lived with the retirement of a minimum wage at the time of $ 240, paid by the INSS. In March this year, she began to receive a special retirement amounting to U.S. $ 1.4000 level (OF 4), granted by the government through legislation passed by the Legislative Assembly.

She also won a house, a simple model, built on the ground of family, neighborhood Stone 90, the state government through the "My Home", maintained by the resources Fethab (State Fund for Transport and Housing).

In addition to the memories of a painful read in the country, serving farmers and parents where she worked in the region of Chapada, Dona Ana Martinha account history of the friendships he made ​​in Varzea Grande, where he worked for years as a nanny, cook and laundress. Enter a name and other, often laugh today when I realized there was only son and grandchildren of the owners of the houses where he worked.

The NGO BPW Cuiabá, an association of business women who took the name of Dona Ana Martin to the record books Brazilians make interventions to include it in the "Guinness Book" world.


Jul 27 2004
http://www.rankbrasil.com.br/Recordes/Mate..._Que_Mais_Viveu

Second woman who lived

Daughter of slaves and with an incredible Apostolic faith in religion, Ana Martinha da Silva has an enviable clarity. Despite hearing and seeing little, is always smiling

Death note
On 27 July 2004 died the wife of Brazil, of multiple organ failure, according to the medical record.

According to the team of Santa Casa de Cuiabá, Ana Martinha da Silva gave entry in ICU (intensive care unit) at 17 hours of the day 22. Was with arrhythmia (changing the normal rhythm of the heartbeat) and with acute respiratory failure.

In March this year, the Government donated a House three bedrooms for Ana Martinha, who lived with her daughter, and decided to pay $ 1,400.00 for her. The record would be 124 years old, on 25 August.

Recognition
Luciano Cadari, auditor of RankBrasil-Guinness Book of world records, was sought by journalist Sueli Batista, to examine the documentation of woman that tax increases record older woman from Brazil, who belonged to Maria Benedita, with 116 years.

Ana Martinha da Silva, with 127 years, but being registered four years after his birth, was officially recognized with 123 years and as the older woman in the country.

For the recordholder was born in Chapada dos Guimarães, loves to tell stories that experienced, important moments in the country: the abolition of slavery, the repression of press freedom, submission to the expansion of women in the labour market. She brings in the luggage of life experience and prejudices many difficulties.

Cook until the 103 years, on a farm in the region of Várzea Grande, throughout his life, washed and past clothes for many people in society. Ana Martinha has will to live, what is motivating example to anyone.

From old times of Cuiabá, she remembers vividly the churches of straw and difficult moments of the revolution, to 32. Saw the cars replacing the carts. Remember also the sorrow he felt when he learned of the death of President Getúlio Vargas, date which has served as a reference to count the years of the death of her husband. "When Getúlio Vargas died, did much, but a long time even though he had died".

Mother of nine children, but only three are alive, all were born of normal childbirth, with precarious resources da roça, when lived in Várzea Grande, Cuiabá. Almost all children came encarrilhados, created with much sacrifice, because her husband died when all were still children.

Live with a daughter and son-in-law, some of his children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren went away without leaving an address. "I miss my children, I have them all in the heart," said Ana.

She is treated with great affection by neighbor and friend Marli de Paula Ramos, which is considered an Angel.

Certification
The solemn delivery of certificate for Anne, ' vozinha ', as it is affectionately called by neighbors, was made on December 22, at 9 p.m. at Paiaguas Palace, the first lady of the State, Terezinha Maggi.

In the Act of approval, the record also received a wheelchair, because it has limited mobility. The journalist and President of the Association of business and Professional Women (BPW Cuiabá), Sueli Baptist, made the request and was met by the State Secretariat of labour, employment and citizenship (SETEC).

"I have been following Ana Martinha over the past two years, not only as a spectator, but as a manager of an organization that is caring for that she has the most longevity with effective actions, which have contributed to his health," says Sueli.

Sueli highlighted that it is not only a tribute to a person in this age need. "She needs attention, assistance, and we seek that efforts to this certification, so that it is not only a heritage of Mato Grosso, but from Brazil," said the President. Sueli believes that this may contribute to other entities and authorities can cooperate to give deserved assistance.

It is noteworthy that more than a year ago the BPW Cuiabá got lifetime health plan of Unimed and permanent medicines drugstore Three Americas to Ana Martinha.

RankBrasil in media
The auditor RankBrasil, Luciano Cadari, gave several interviews about records discovered in Cuiabá, but one that has caused great repercussions in all mediums was Ana Martinha.

Cadari went to Cuiabá exclusively to approve record Djalma, who built the largest crib pantaneiro of Brazil, but eventually also the older woman in the country.

In an interview with Radio Cuiabá, Luciano mentioned the discovery: "With more than 600 records in four years, the most memorable was Ana Martinha. Is a person who is always smiling, loves to receive requests to tell their story, all events in Brazil, which had great influence in his life ".


Jan 31 2004
http://www.secom.mt.gov.br/imprime.php?cid=7107&sid=13

Sculpture by Ana Martinha must be taken to Chapada dos Guimarães
The request was made at the last meeting of the Tourism Forum of the State of Mato Grosso

The sculpture of the older woman from Brazil, Ana Martinho da Silva, could be placed in the municipality of Chapada dos Guimarães, a city where she was born. The request was made at the last meeting of the Tourism Forum of the State of Mato Grosso, the president of the Association of Women Business and Professional - BPW Cuiabá.

The forum, chaired by Secretary of State for Tourism, Richard Henry, adopted the suggestion and the same was accepted by other members. The presence of the Secretary of State for Culture, Benedito Paulo Campos, reinforced the suggestion of BPW Cuiabá, as will produce a document justifying the Governor Maggi is important to take this historic landmark in the city, which will strengthen the road to visit the urban area of ​​Chapada dos Guimarães.

Remember that the portrayal of Anne Martinha, which next month will be made to the definition in the form of a bust or statue, was a request from the Secretary of Labor, Employment and Citizenship and the State first lady, Teresa Maggi, for artist from São Paulo, Esterlita Cecilia Rodriguez, graduated from Faculty of Fine Arts in St. Paul and graduate degrees by the Museum of Contemporary Art, USP. She'll be together with her husband, Manuel Arturo Lira current statutory director of Bunge, donating the work. The first step was your trip to Florence last week, when the old woman photographed at various angles, including details of the face, hands and feet.

The Secretary of Culture, Paul Benedict, and Sueli Batista in an informal conversation even after the meeting of the Forum of Tourism, have discussed the possibility of Ana Martinha be overthrown as the first living cultural heritage of Mato Grosso. He said this could trigger other overturning it would bring benefits, including retirement, for people who are important to the historical and cultural context of the state and now are in distress. Two examples were cited on occasion, the artist Oswaldino dos Santos and the group's musical "Five Morenos. The documentation for the proposed project tumbling, which should pass the Legislature, is being raised in the coming days.


Jan 23 2004
http://www.diariodecuiaba.com.br/detalhe.php?cod=167985

Brazil's oldest sculpture in public space will

The first lady and the artist Maggi Terezinha Esterlita Cecilia Rodrigues in the company of advisers visited Ana Martinho da Silva, who will be awarded with a sculpture
Reporting of

The older woman from Brazil, Mato Grosso, Ana Martinho da Silva, who may also be the world's oldest, will have his image immortalized by a bronze statue, which will be made ​​by the artist, Cecilia Rodrigues Esterlita formed Faculty of Fine Arts of São Paulo and post-graduate of the Museum of Contemporary Art of São Paulo.

She came to Cuiabá response to a request from the Secretary of Labor, Employment and Citizenship and the first lady of the state, Terezinha Maggi, who with an entourage, visited the ancient stone in the 90th district, this afternoon, Jan. 23. He was part of the entourage, as well as the artist Foundation President André Maggi, Maggi Ribeiro Fatima and president of the Association of Business and Professional Women BPW-Cuiabá, Sueli Batista through the organization that has placed the old woman featured in the Guinness Book of Records Brazilian and beginning the process of inserting the same in the "Guinness World Records."

The portrayal of Anne Martin, whether as a bust or statue, as it has not defined the format, will be conveniently located in a public space. The advice of Setec and BPW Cuiabá defining what is the best place, a square in the neighborhood 90 Rock, home of the elderly, in the historic center of Cuiabá or in the town of Chapada dos Guimarães, Ana was born and registered Martinha on August 25, 1880.

The first lady Therese Maggi made ​​it clear that the sculpture is sure to make part of the itinerary for visitors, therefore, should be analyzed in a very strategic location.

Esterlita was delighted with Ana Martin, one mainly for its heritage alive. She is starting a social work, portraying people who are part of Brazil's history and will begin production of the play until the end of February.

"What I would really like to do in the position she is sitting, full body," he said enthusiastically, is that this will be very costly and these costs should be examined, as will be given as a donation, where she will be responsible for manpower.

So do not tell yet if risks will be cast as a statue or bust. Everything will be made ​​in a foundry is located in the neighborhood Lauzane Paulista, Sao Paulo. The material for making bronze, will be donated by Manuel Arturo Lira, current statutory officer of Bunge, husband of the artist.

In fact the couple will be a donation at the request of Terezinha Maggi, who since contacted Ana Martinho da Silva, by BPW Cuiabá, has paid greater caution with the elderly, recognizing its great importance to the State, Brazil and the world. During the visit she can see in situ the living conditions and the old woman has asked his staff to arrange for the necessary adaptations in the room where she lives, and to have better care. This improvement, associated with the pension that Governor Maggi granted to the old woman, in the amount of $ 1.4 billion, to be sure that she will live even better.

The entire delegation was surprised with the clarity of Ana Martin. She even gave some recipes applied in everyday life, for example, said she has washed the eyes with genipap shell, which is boiled as a kind of weak tea. She could see only shadows and with this home remedy has already set more images, said Marly de Paula, a neighbor who gives assistance.

She said the old woman also takes a composition genipap with molasses to relieve fatigue when he talks a lot, because he has bronchitis and Biotone with sucupira - five seeds in a glass of tonic that makes you feel ready. As for chemical drug, it takes only one composition for strengthening the bones and capsules to stress, which allows her to sleep quiet relaxation.

Terezinha Maggi put the president of BPW Cuiabá in contact with the Foundation President André Maggi is made ​​possible for the book with the story of Ana Martinho da Silva and to speed up the process of international recognition of Ana Martin, it is worth noting that currently, the name on the entry of the "Guinness Book" is Charlotte Benkner, with 113, she was born in Germany on November 16, 1889, a naturalized American living in Ohio.

The BPW Cuiabá, Mercosur through commission which handles the affairs of international NGOs, has raised contained in the "Guinness" that the longest recorded life was the French international, Jeanne-Louise Calment who lived 122 years and 164 days, was born on February 21, 1875 and died on August 4, 1997.

Sueli Batista and Fatima Ribeiro Maggi will be discussing next week the whole process of certification in the record books and also for the international format of the book project, to be funded by the Culture Promotion Law. Sue has no idea of making the production of the book in print and on video. In other words, is a living record of Ana Martin.


Jan 07 2004
http://www.diariodecuiaba.com.br/detalhe.php?cod=166196

Older woman in the country has passed the State special pension
Ana Martinho da Silva, 123 years of record, but with 127 of life, is in the record books in Brazil as the country's oldest woman

You are in force Act 8055, authored by the executive branch of Mato Grosso. It was approved by the Legislature and signed into law by Governor Maggi, on 29 December and gives special pension for the Mato Grosso, Ana Martinho da Silva, 123 years, the oldest woman in Brazil, which also may be the world's .

The news pleased the Association of Business and Professional Women BPW-Cuiabá, who two years ago is making sure she has a better quality of life. Remember that was the president of this NGO, journalist Sueli Batista, who requested the certification of Mato Grosso in the Brazilian Book of Records and that the certificate was delivered to government agency, because the "living heritage" that this is old.

The value of the special pension R $ 1.4 billion, corresponds to the position in the Committee on 4. As the bill passed, the pension is instransferível inacumulável and any other perceived the state coffers, except social security pension. Ana Martinha previously lived with a Social Security pension equivalent to one minimum wage.

The first lady and Secretary of Labor, Employment and Citizenship - Setec, Terezinha Maggi said that everything is regulated and Martinha that Anna will have more dignified conditions of life. She put her advice to the BPW Cuiabá available so that along with this NGO can be supervised as this feature is being applied daily in the elderly.

Sueli Batista praised the attitude of the Governor Maggi and the first lady and Secretary of State, Terezinha Maggi, noting that the respect he had with Ana Martinha should be an example for those who are obliged to look after the best age. After all, the status of the elderly came into force this month and there is still much to do, especially to the poor. For this, in his assessment, it takes more than good projects, but fully respect the law that guarantees their rights.

The president of BPW Cuiabá said was taken by surprise with the government's initiative in granting special pension, on the occasion he was betrayed by the director of Ranking Brazil, Luciano Cadar, the certificate for the older woman from Brazil, 22 days December at the Palace Paiaguás, Maggi also delivered a document concerning the benefit, which would require only the approval of the Legislative Assembly.

Sueli Batista had asked the Setec, a monthly food basket and a wheelchair to facilitate transport of the elderly, as on other occasions had achieved with Unimed and Drugstore Three Americas, guarantees the most for the health of Ana Martin. All expectations have therefore been overcome.

The sensitivity of parliamentarians adopt a law that granted the special pension was also emphasized, "occurred very quickly, as things are happening in our country," stressed the president. It is worth noting that on December 18, Sueli Batista was the home of Ana Martin, 90 Stone in the district, outskirts of Cuiaba, to approve the name of the elder, who besides Has 123 years of age at the birth registration has 127 years real life, in the "Guinness Brazilian."

In nearly 10 days, so the elderly and has received the certificate Ranking Brazil, began to reap the fruits of what has come to represent the document, mainly because of the Government of Mato Grosso have recognized the importance of the ancient and historical context cultural, state and Brazil.

The next step is the insertion of Ana Martinho da Silva in the "Guinness World Records." The BPW Cuiabá is already working on it, maintaining contacts through its Committee Mercosur.

Within six weeks, the NGO should have a position of your request to start the approval process. The national press, announced that in October last year, died the oldest woman in the world, Japan, Hongo Kamat, the age of 116.

Today the name on the entry of the "Guinness Book" is Charlotte Benkner, with 113, she was born in Germany on November 16, 1889, a naturalized American living in Ohio, USA.

"She does not beat the record of Anna Martin and this needs to become official, as their documentation is in order, as evidenced by the director of the Brazilian Book of Records," he added Sueli Batista.


Dec 22 2003
http://www.secom.mt.gov.br/imprime.php?cid=6672&sid=13

Monday, December 22, 2003, 9:00 a.m.
ORLANDO MORAIS
Setec - Ana Martinho da Silva

On the morning of next Monday (12/22), the representatives of Brazil ranks deliver the title "the oldest woman in the country" Ana Martinho da Silva, with 123 years of record and 127 living in the State Department of Labor , Employment and Citizenship.

Upon approval and receipt of the certificate, she will also receive a wheelchair from the State Department of Labor Employment and Citizenship (SETEC) in view of its limited mobility.

The daughter of slaves and an incredible faith in his Catholic religion, Dona Ana has an enviable lucidity, despite hearing and seeing little.

In four years of existence, RankBrasil already has more than 650 records and curiosities approved. The website, www.rankbrasil.com.br, receives 500,000 hits per month, becoming a reference for research with an educational, informational and cultural environment in various forms of Brazilian record.


Aug 24 2003
http://www.diariodecuiaba.com.br/detalhe.php?cod=151020

Ana Martinha celebrates its 123 years
Considered the oldest woman in Brazil, she is willing to continue living a long time
Ana Martinho da Silva, who turns 123 years tomorrow, remember important passages of the history of Brazil and Mato Grosso
ALECY ALVES

The oldest woman in Brazil and maybe the world, Mrs. Ana Martinho da Silva completes 123 years tomorrow dreaming of owning a car for sightseeing. "Let God give me a car for you to see how I was going to walk," she repeated in an interview earlier this week, while telling stories of the places where he lived.

Daughter of slave owner Martinha Barreiro was born in the community, municipality of Chapada dos Guimarães, on August 25, 1880, as a birth certificate registered at the registry chapadensis. From his father, Martin Fernandes da Silva, besides the painful memories of a deal in the country, serving their masters, she recalls the mistake he had made ​​time to record it.

Instead of informing the date of birth, Martin had said the day the record suggesting that she had just been born. Since the document was made ​​four years after the birth certificates along with three other siblings, her real age would have four more years, or 127.

With a memory of envy, owner Martinha remember important historical passages of the country as the abolition of slavery. While the bill, complain of vision and hearing. "I do not know what came over me, my daughter, but even before last year I saw and heard much more. By fine needle stuck in line. Now I can not see or the way, "he laments.

With good humor, she describes the scenes of the news of the end of slavery. "Now a man there on the farm, running in all directions and reporting the manumission (the Golden Law, which ended slavery was signed in May 1888). At that time, blacks began to jump for joy and whites to cry. " Between laughs, owner Martinha adds, "our people were happy and sad because they would have to work."

But the sadness just stamping on her face, remembering the atrocities of slavery. "My daughter, they both Jewish quarter of the slaves that you can not even imagine. I have seen many others beaten and murdered. "

Living in a simple house in the neighborhood 90 Stone II, she spends most of the time in a network, you still can stand alone. Age also does not stop making personal needs such as bathing, dressing and eating.

The health and family medical surprises. The daughter, Benedicta Silva, 70, says he is ashamed before the mother's ability to recall facts as old. Owner Martinha boasts, for example, has been hospitalized only twice and commonplace occurrences. Once, he says, because it was injured in a fall caused by a dog. "But I spent only one day in the hospital." In another, he says, had suffered diarrhea and fainting. This would also have been less than 24 hours under medical care.

Normally, the owner Martinha only go to the doctor every 30 or 60 days to see if all is well. Nor does the continued use of drugs. The habit is to take a spoonful of honey a day, after breakfast, which can be a steak or a piece of chicken with a handful of cassava flour.

At lunch, the meal it needs to have soup, why prefer meat or chicken with potatoes. Dinner is served at 16.30 at the most, because after that time owner Martinha only consumes liquid - water, juice or milk. But she says she misses the beans used to make and even gives the recipe - rosinha beans with beef bones.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:44 PM (GMT)
Male - José Coelho de Souza (Mar 10 1884) of ?, Acre, Brazil
Birthplace: Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil


Jul 03 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=De0X_ZDJ_6Q

The story of "John Your" oldest man in the world with 128 years within the Acre (TV Record)

The story of José Coelho de Souza, popular "Your John" 128 years. If confirmed the case, he can go to the Book of Records as the oldest man on the planet. José Coelho The de Souza's history, known like "Your John" (Mr. Jhon), he is 128 years old. If it be confirmed, he can enter the Guiness Book to how the oldest man alive in the World. Matters originally displayed on 04/05/2012 in Camera Record by Rede Record (BRA)


May 04 2012
http://correiodobrasil.com.br/vanderlan-na...mazonia/445739/

Vanderlan Nader: Brazilian 128 years: The Old Man over the world, live in the Amazon.

The program "Camera Record" is in the Amazon, the Old Man over the world, with 128 years.
More Old Man's World, was found by the team of the "Camera Record" within the Acre. José Coelho de Souza, Brazilian 128 years, lives alone in a poor village in the middle of the Amazon. He has documents to prove his birth in 1884. That is, it is officially 128 years. The Record's request, experts evaluated and confirmed the authenticity of Birth Registration and RG José de Souza. The Guinness Book, the famous Book of Records lists as the world's oldest person, a Japanese 114 years of age. With the emergence of this brand José de Souza and kept in check. program "Camera Record" will air on Friday, (4) at 23.15, and will show how this Brazilian born living in the age of Empire. Source: Record José Coelho de Souza, with 128 years, as proven over the Old Man of the World . Their Jose, lonely lives in a poor village in the middle of the Amazon.


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Male - Osório Lopes de Santana (Mar 19 1885 - Jan 15 2004) of Cidade Ocidental, Goiás, Brazil
Birthplace: Nazaré da Mata, Pernambuco, Brazil
(AKA Ozório Lopes de Santana)


Apr 25 2009
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Jan 16 2004
http://londrix.com.br/noticias.php?id=32

Pernambucano 118 years dies in Goiás
Writing - Agency Londrix
Four years before the Marshal Deodoro da Fonseca proclaim the Republic of Brazil, on November 15, 1889, the Santana Lopes de Pernambuco Osorio was already living. Natural Forest town of Nazareth, 65 kilometers from Recife, Osorio died yesterday at 118 years in West Town, a district of Brasilia.

According to his grandson, Carlos Alberto Santana, 33 years, he was lucid and only complained of body aches. Although no birth certificate, Osorio said he would complete 119 years on 19 March, which would make him the oldest man in the world. But who bears the title of the Guinness Book is the Spaniard Joan Riudavets Moll, born in 1889, according to his certificate.

Osorio was a charismatic figure in the city, where he lived for 25 years. She played tambourine with the band pagoda's grandson and participated in all the carnival festivities. "I just did not leave on Carnival last year because we did not block the street," said Carlos Alberto. Besides the carnival, he was affiliated to the PSDB candidate for alderman and was twice, but failed to get elected. Just took over as deputy in 2000 elections.

In six marriages, had 29 children, the youngest, Olivio Oliveira Santana is 22. "He claimed to have more than one hundred grandchildren, but we're not sure, because I lost count," admits Carlos Alberto, one of which enters the sum.

Osorio's body is hidden today in City Hall West, and continues to 19h, from plane to Nazare da Mata, where he will be buried tomorrow. "It was a desire to be buried in his hometown," said Carlos Alberto, revealing the secret of living well, counting all the children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and by Osorio. "A good bean stew with lots of pork and beer indispensable," said the centenarian. In addition to fancy food habit, Osório Lopes Santana smoked up to 100 years, when he left his cigarette. "But 116 years back to smoking again," says Carlos Alberto.


Jan 15 2004
http://www.samba-choro.com.br/s-c/tribuna/....0401/0380.html

Dear Tribuneiros,
Does anyone know or heard of Brasilia Ozório Grandpa?
15/01/2004 - Correio Brasiliense
Personality
Sambista dies at 118 years
Ozório Grandpa lived in the City West and 29 orphaned children. Irreverent and passionate about samba, Pernambuco used carnival parade in Brasilia. It was always the highlight with the tambourine
From Writing
Carlos Vieira 28/03/2001
Grandpa Ozório: family needs money to bury him in Recife.
Jesuina Xavier, 50, was the sixth and last wife of samba:''He encouraged everyone'' One of older men from Brazil, Ozorio de Santana Lopes, Grandpa Ozorio, died yesterday at 118 years old. City West resident, he left an orphan army of relatives. Only 29 children are registered. And all idolized. Ozorio was wanted by the Grandpa sympathy, good humor and love of samba. The cause of death has not been released, but hospital doctors of the City of Westminster, who attended yesterday morning, wary of bad blood circulation.

Irreverent, the man in black tambourine player and always said he liked the centuries of living so simplesinho''''. It was, he said, the secret of youthfulness. He makes the family a great miss. Ozório Grandpa was born in 1894 in Nazare da Mata, Pernambuco. Five years later, the Republic was proclaimed in Brazil.
In the simple home of West Town, with cement floors burned, he spent his days. Used to go out just to take a drabs. At the entrance, reads the sentence, he had written:''Ozorio Grandpa live here.''Saddened, family and friends gathered yesterday at the home. Then followed in procession to the City Council, where the body was hidden.
The family just do not know if it will help to transfer the body to Recife, where he wanted to be buried. I''two pains: losing a parent and having to beg to bury him decently,''says Severino José Santana, 55, one of the older children.
With trembling voice, one of his young children Oliver Lima de Santana, 22, did not disguise the sadness. ''He taught me many things,''lamented. ''He always encouraged everyone. From now on it will be hard for me alone,''lamented Jesuina Xavier de Lima, 50, the last companion of the man who had six wives lifelong century.
Jesuina remember with regret of her husband's wanderings through the neighborhood where he lives in the neighborhood. ''When he was healthy when he walked with his legs, was constantly in school,''he said, referring to the Municipal School of Music Ozório Grandpa. Tribute he received from city residents. Besides tambourine, played the guitar and ukulele. In Samba School on Nov. 15, City West, he was featured with the tambourine. Many times, was in the Eixão Folia, in Brasilia.
Friend Lantern
Ozório Grandpa was the delegate of the Military Police in Nazare da Mata, his hometown. Contemporary feared Virgulino Ferreira, the Highwayman, The highwayman came to know and be his friend, the second grandson Iramerson Cunha de Santana, 24. ''When I was younger, I needed to do a project in school on Lantern. I said: 'Grandpa, how did the story of Lampião, Maria Bonita? "He was talking and I was writing, while the other students were flocking to books,''said Iramerson.


Jan 15 2004
http://correiodobrasil.com.br/morre-homem-...-do-pais/43463/

Oldest man dies in the country
15/01/2004 10:57, Writing news agencies
He died on Thursday in West Town, 40 km far from Brasilia, the country's oldest man. Ozorio de Santana Lopes was born on 19 March 1885 and had 118 years. He leaves 29 children, the eldest being 88 years old. Ozório Grandpa, as he was known, did not excuse a beer and loved the samba and women.
Ozorio was married six times. Besides carnival parade in the city, this retired military police sergeant, also taught music to children, young and old in the Municipal School of Music. Ozório Grandpa had a simple recipe for longevity. A simple life without hurt anyone. He arrived in the Federal District for 40 years and stopped smoking with 100. He will be buried in Recife, his hometown.

athyon - April 2, 2011 09:44 PM (GMT)
Female - Rosalina Francisca da Silva (Aug 06 1886) of Malhadas, Bahia, Brazil


Oct 28 2007
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...le/message/8957


Oct 30 2007
http://www.hoymujer.com/famosos/el-cotille...28,10,2007.html

The world's oldest woman lives in Brazil but will not go to Guinness
| October 30, 2007 EFE

The oldest woman in the world has 121 years and live in an impoverished village in the interior of the Brazilian state of Bahia, but will not be included in the "Guinness Book" simply because it was not registered, local radio said today. According to the station JovemPam, Francisca da Silva Rosalina is the oldest woman in the world, although the "Guinness Book" recognized as such at the American Edna Parker, who at 114 years living in the city of Shelbyville, in the state Indiana. Parker himself had been recorded in the famous book of records, which is considered the oldest woman in the world since the death last month of Japan's Yone Minagawa, who also had 114. The birth certificate of Rosalina Francisca da Silva said the world was on 6 August 1886. He worked in the field until about 25 years ago and, according to RankBrasil, a sort of Brazilian record book has an excellent state of health.


Oct 28 2007
http://guinnessbrasil.blogspot.com/2007/10...vive-no_28.html

Sunday, October 28, 2007
World's oldest woman lives in Brazil
World's oldest woman lives in Bahia Senior who has completed 121 years in August could be in the Guinness Book .
She is not registered and will be heading to a North American 114 years.
Senior Malhadas the city of Bahia, Rosalina Francisca Silva turned 121 years old in August and could be in the Guinness Book if he had signed up.
According to the record books, the oldest woman in the world died this year in 114 years and who should take its place is the North American Edna Parker of only 114 years since the organization registered the record books, said the G1.


Oct 27 2007
http://noticias.terra.com.br/brasil/intern...0-EI306,00.html

Bahia's 121 years is one of the world's oldest
October 27, 2007 • 17h58 • updated at 18h48

Rosalina Francisca da Silva shows a birth certificate that proves the age of 121 years
Photo: Luiz Tito / Futura Press

Rosalina Francisca da Silva, 121 years of Malhadas (BA), has a birth certificate of the August 6, 1886, which makes a Bahian older women in the world. The information is the Future Press .

"INSS has 127 years of pensioner
'Vc reporter: send photos and stories
According to the Guinness Book , the Book of Records, the oldest woman in the world died in 2007 with 114 years and who will take his place is American Edna Parker, also 114 years, which has applied to be done.
Rosalina Besides, Brazil has another woman older than those who holds the record for Guinness . According to the INSS, the Sao Paulo Maria Olivia da Silva has 127 years. She is listed in RankBrasil (a sort of national record books) as the country's oldest


Oct 27 2007
http://www.clicrn.com.br/noticias,105063,1...a+do+mundo.html

Bahia's 121 years may be world's oldest

Rosalina Francisca da Silva, 121 years of Malhadas (BA), Brazil is the oldest in the country's birth certificate shows the date of birth on August 6, 1886, which could make the Bahia's oldest woman world. The information is the Future Press.

According to the Guinness book, the Book of Records, the oldest woman in the world died this year in 114 years and who will take his place is American Edna Parker, also with 114, who have already registered for the deed.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:46 PM (GMT)
Female - Maria Benedita da Conceição (Jan 27 1887 - Feb 20 2004) of Taubaté, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: Lorena, São Paulo, Brazil


Dec 09 2003
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May 09 2008
http://www.rankbrasil.com.br/Recordes/Noti...s_Velha_Do_Pais

In the category "Human Overruns", the Guinness Book of records, this daughter of nine brothers, surpassed the old paulista Maria Benedita da Conceição, until then regarded as the oldest woman in the country, if not the world, with 117 years. Having audited documents, Ana Martinha, thrilled, the Director of the RankBrasil, Luciano Cadari, "hit the hammer" and endorsed the Grosso as the older woman from Brazil. "She has overcome this record", assured the President of BPW Cuiabá and Marli, Paula Ramos, neighbor and friend of the elderly, considered to be his guardian angel.


2004
http://ventura-memriasdoventura.blogspot.c...ro-de-2010.html

The cook MARY'S CONCEPTION BENEDITA, 117 years, died at 3:20 pm this Friday in TAUBATÉ, in the Paraíba Valley. Considered one of the older people of the country, she was made three weeks with flu and was accompanied by a medical team day and night, under the direction of the PIAS HOUSES OF TAUBATÉ asylum, where she had lived four years. The cook was born on January 27, 1887, in LORENA, also in the Paraíba Valley. The granddaughter of slaves, did not marry nor had children.


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Female - Maria Isidia da Conceição (Jul 01 1887) of Sapeaçu, Bahia, Brazil
Birthplace: Mombaça, Bahia, Brazil


May 06 2011
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Jun 02 2011
http://www.clickcarangola.com.br/titulo-de...rasileiras.html

Title of oldest person in the world caused controversy among three Brazilian | Published: 02/06/2011

In Brazil, although the mining Valentine Maria Gomes , of 114 years, has been voted 'The World's Oldest Person "by Guinness World Records - the record books - two other Brazilian - the Rio Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva, 116 years, and Bahia Conception of Mary Isidis 123 years - also want the title.

Maria Gomes Valentine was born on July 9, 1896 and has 48 days of life more than the former record holder, the American Besse Cooper.Guinness confirmed the birth date of Valentine and Maria Gomes, thereby Besse Cooper, who is still alive, he loses the title of the oldest person in the world, becoming just 'The oldest person in North America. "

The mining Maria Gomes Valentine lived all their lives and move around in Carangola currently in a wheelchair and receives the equivalent of a minimum wage of R $ 545.00.It depends on the public system for treatment, since the family can not afford private health insurance.

Maria Gomes Valentine married John in 1913, but her husband died in 1946.He had one son, four grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.Known as Granny Quita, the mining inherited the longevity of his own father, who lived 100 years.

The two stories of other Brazilian, one in Rio de Janeiro, Bahia and another, are possible cases of older people in the world.Guinness still receives thousands of claims of other persons to the rank of the world's oldest person, but many cases are rejected by the absence of necessary documents for proof.

The case of Maria Gomes Valentine is awesome, because it is a person born during the reign of Queen Victoria and before the creation of the Ford company.Brazil had never succeeded in ordering the previous evaluation.

The Carioca Sebastiana

Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva, 116, lives in the asylum Nicolino Gulhot in Resende, State of Rio de Janeiro.Sebastiana was born when there was no computer, radio, aircraft, or cars on the streets.There was no TV, and even the Corinthians and Flamengo.

Sebastiana was born more than a century, when Brazil had just become a republic, with the newly freed slaves and no electricity and people around the country, which today is 190,732,694 inhabitants was less than the Great St. Paulo today, which is 11244369.The Registration of Individuals (CPF) of the Internal Revenue Service has announced that Sebastian de Lourdes Silva was born on May 3, 1895.

Living history of building the city of Resende, it may be the oldest woman in the world, but there is no Guinness World Records, still in its records, no formal request for verification of official documents Sebastiana.

Sebastiana Nicolino Gulhot lives in the asylum 24 years ago, is a cheerful woman, was lucid and smoker to 110.She lived alone, had no sons, and went to the asylum, where he asked to live where it says that is their home.

Sebastiana was married but childless, and says she broke up because her husband did not like it and dropped the first night.Laughing, a person who works at the nursing home says he can not tell the rest of the story Sebastiana wedding to be something to "fall back".

The Bahia Maria Isida

In addition to mining and Maria Gomes Valentine Sebastiana Rio de Lourdes Silva, Maria's family Isidis of Bahia Conception, residing in Sapeaçu, Bahia, is looking for her the title "The World's Oldest Person".

Maria da Conceição Isidis is 123 years old substantiated by the documents that record his birth on July 1, 1887.It preserves much of the memory, but has difficulty in walking.To move from one place to another it needs the help of a wheelchair and also has the support of his niece Maria delle Grazie.

Isida Maria was married and had no children but raised four children.She said she had a simple life of hard work and was always very happy.She also said that a lifetime spent in the fields, planting and harvesting their own food and never ate industrialized.

In short, who is then in fact, the "Oldest Person in the World ': The mining Valentine Maria Gomes, of 114 years, elected by the Guinness World Records, the Rio Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva, 116 years - which did not the official application of the title - or Bahia Conception of Mary Isidis 123 years, whose family says is the title of it?


May 19 2011
http://g1.globo.com/jornal-hoje/

Brazil's 114 years to enter the Guinness Book of Records
Dona Maria Valentin Gomez, Grandma Quita, is the oldest woman in the world. In Brazil, more than 24 000 people over 100 years old.


May 06 2011
http://g1.globo.com/bahia/noticia/2011/05/...a-do-mundo.html

Family of elderly Bahia claims title of world's oldest woman
Documents certifying that Isidis Maria was born in 1887.
Currently the title belongs to an American of 114 years.

In a simple house near the center of the city of Sapeaçu, the 153 km from Salvador, lives a woman who would be the world's oldest, according to their families.

Dona Maria da Conceição Isidis is 123 years old substantiated by the documents that record his birth on July 1, 1887. Today the title of oldest woman in the world, registered by the Guinness Book, the Book of Records, belongs to an American, which has 114 years.
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Brazilian full 116 years and may be the world's oldest
Dona Maria Isidis still preserves much of the memory, but has difficulty getting around. To move from one place to another it needs the help of a wheelchair and also has the support and affection of her niece Mary Grace.
Dona Maria Isidis was married and had no children but raised four children. She says she had a simple life of hard work and was always very happy. She also said that a lifetime spent in the fields, planting and harvesting their own food and never ate industrialized. But now, who can no longer work in the field, the retiree has family and friends, who will donate some food.

RG attests to old age, which may be a woman
World's oldest (Photo: Reproduction / TV Subaé)
Next Sunday (8) is Mothers Day and on July 1, Maria Isidis full 124 years. Therefore, the nephew of the Accordion Chicao known with a song specially made to commemorate the centennial.
Centennial carioca
In last Wednesday (4), G1 told the story of Dona Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva, the city of Resende (RJ). She was born in 1895 and completed 116 years on Tuesday.


May 06 2011
http://www.cremepe.org.br/leitorClipping.p..._clipping=44623

BRAZIL
Bahia may be the oldest woman in the world

RECORD Isidis Maria da Conceicao has 123 years, according to birth certificate and identity submitted by relatives

Sapeaçu (BA) - Isidis Maria da Conceicao, who is 123 years and is about to turn 124 on July 1, may be the oldest woman in the world, according to documents filed by the family. It is on his identity card and birth certificate she was born in 1887.

Although official, the duplicates of the RG and CPF were issued in 1997. Since the birth certificate is 1971. Isidis Mary is a widow and had no biological children. She adopted the four daughters of a friend.

Descendant of slaves, Maria lives in the city of Isidis Sapeaçu, 169 kilometers from Salvador, in the Recôncavo. Three years ago still smoking husk cigarettes. She was born in Mombasa, a rural municipality of Conceição do Almeida, but was registered in Santo Antonio de Jesus. Besides the adopted daughters, she has no other close biological relative.

Maria Isidis it was not literate. For the relatives, it should be recognized as the oldest woman in the world, the American Besse Cooper, who currently holds the title, according to the Guinness Book, which records world records, is 115 years.

Who also believes that Mary Isidis is the oldest woman in the world is the farmer and president of the Association of Small Producers Organic Recôncavo Peter Coni. It was he who discovered the longevity of women, together with her nephew, singer Chico forró Almeida.

"As this region is very close to 100 years old or more, I started researching. Chico Adams discovered that with his aunt may be older, since it will 124 years in July. If not the world, is from Brazil and if not, is from Bahia, "he said.

The adopted daughter Mary Grace Coelho takes care of the elderly, who is retired and lives with R $ 545 monthly. Hypertension, Maria Isidis had cerebral vascular accident (CVA) on two occasions and did not walk but can speak a few words. She can only move with the aid of a wheelchair.

Despite its age, remains a bit of lucidity, but the hearing has been greatly reduced. "I planted tobacco, cassava and helped my husband to clear the field. Cooking for a farmer, Eliodoro Adams, who created me," she reports.

According to her daughter, she needs tender loving care. "Since I can not take it to the doctor, he comes once a month here at home," says Mary Grace.


May 05 2011
http://www.atarde.com.br/cidades/noticia.jsf?id=5719532

Family wants to record a 123 years old
Cristina Santos Pita l Branch Santo Antonio de Jesus
Eduardo Martins / THE AFTERNOON Agency

Two episodes of stroke limited the movements of Isidis Maria da Conceicao, but she's still lucid
Sapeaçu - Isidis Maria da Conceicao, who is 123 years and is close to completing 124 days on July 1, may be the woman world's oldest, according to documents filed by the family. It is on his identity card and birth certificate she was born in 1887.
Although official, the duplicate of GR and CPF were issued in 1997. Since the birth certificate is 1971. Dona Maria is a widow and had no children organic. She adopted the four daughters of a friend.
Dona Maria lives in the city of Sapeaçu (169 km from Salvador), Bahia in the Reconcavo and is descended from slaves. Three years ago still smoking husk cigarettes.
Remember - Isidis Mary was born in Mombasa, a rural municipality of Conceição do Almeida, but was registered in Santo Antonio de Jesus. Besides the daughters adoptive, she has no other close biological relative.
Despite the longevity, it was not literate. For the relatives, it should be recognized as the oldest woman in the world because the American Besse Cooper who currently holds the title, according to the Guinness Book, which records world records, is 115 years.
The adopted daughter, Mary Grace Coelho, takes care of Dona Maria, who is retired and lives with $ 545. Dona Maria had Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA) on two occasions and did not walk but can speak a few words. She can only move with the aid of a wheelchair.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:46 PM (GMT)
Female - Maria Amélia Costa dos Santos (May 15 1888) of Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil


May 05 2011
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Aug 18 2007
http://www.ldschurchnews.com/articles/5093...rom-Brazil.html

119-year-old member from Brazil
Taught family correct principles before finding gospel at age 111
By Chris Morales
Church News staff writer
Published: Saturday, Aug. 18, 2007
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How many people today can say they remember something they did in the 1800s?

Courtesy of Santos family
Sister dos Santos is surrounded by four generations of family some of whom are LDS. Among them are daughter Maria Amelia's family, members since 1996.
For Sister Amelia Costa dos Santos, age 119, it's simply a matter of recalling her childhood.

A member of the Ajuricaba Ward, Manaus Brazil Ponta Negra Stake, Sister dos Santos was born May 15, 1888, according to a birth certificate issued by the state of Amazonas, Brazil.

She is perhaps the oldest living person in the world, said Kip Lambert of South Jordan, Utah. Brother Lambert met Sister dos Santos while serving as a missionary in the Brazil Manaus Mission. He's working to get Sister dos Santos inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest living person in the world. The title has made recent headlines as the world's previously recognized oldest living person, Yone Minagawa, died August 13 at age 114, according to The New York Times.

Sister dos Santos was baptized at age 111 by her grandson Nilzomar Souza. Her family first came in contact with the Church three years before when missionaries knocked on the door of one of her daughters in 1996.

Daughter Maria Amelia, one of 15 said it took her mother a little longer to change her long-standing traditions, but "being surrounded by family members who had embraced the Church helped her see the fruits of the gospel."

The supercentenarian, as this growing segment of 110-years plus, has come to be known by researchers, still does many things on her own. She feeds herself and can still walk. One of her favorite hobbies is to lie on her hammock and listen to Church hymns.

"She has such a wonderful spirit about her, always so smiley and happy," said Brother Lambert who remembers teasing Sister dos Santos about being baptized at such an advanced age.

Courtesy of Santos family
Birth certificate issued by the civil registry states Amelia Costa dos Santos was born May 15, 1888.
"I would tell her, 'Boy, you're old. There must have been a lot of sins washed away when you were baptized.' And she would say, 'Elder, I never felt cleaner."'

With a century's worth of stories, Sister dos Santos loves to gather her great- and great-great-grandchildren around and tell stories of her life and instill in them the values she was taught as a child.

She still remembers being about age 10 when her family had to flee into the jungle for a few days after a serious conflict broke out in Brazil in the late 1890s (most likely the War of Canudos from 1896-1897). The brutal struggle for authority between 30,000 villagers and the Brazilian army ended in the death or capture of almost the entire village.

Sister dos Santos said her father was fearful that the conflict would break out to other parts in the north and made preparations for his family to survive in the wilderness.

Sister Maria Amelia said that the influence of her mother definitely helped prepare her family to join the Church.

"The values, the stress on a healthy diet free from addictions and the importance she placed on obedience helped prepare our family to accept the gospel," she told the Church News in a telephone interview.

Sister dos Santos has 15 children (four deceased), 96 grandchildren and more than 100 great-grandchildren.

The family hopes Sister dos Santos lives a little longer to witness the Manaus Brazil Temple dedication.

When asked what her secret to long life is, this vovozinha, or "little grandmother" as she is known throughout her neighborhood, will tell you to drink a lot of milk (her favorite beverage) and always be very obedient to your parents.

Courtesy of Santos family
Sister Amelia Costa dos Santos holds great-granddaughter Elis. Sister dos Santos has 15 children (four deceased), 96 grandchildren and more than 100 great-grand-children.


Mar 08 2007
http://coariemdestaque.blogspot.com/2007/0...ulheres-de.html

PARTY SPECIAL FOR WOMEN COARI

118 years of women chosen to receive homage. The vice mayor delivered a card in honor of Dona Maria Amelia. She and all women were honored Coari.
118 years: it is a lot of life experience.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:47 PM (GMT)
Female - Joana Ribeiro da Silva (May 25 1888) of Maranguape, Ceará, Brazil


Apr 25 2009
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/12701


May 24 2008
http://portaldoenvelhecimento.org.br/notic...e-120-anos.html

Ladybug: a smile of 120 years
She has crossed the times that many know only through history books. It is a living memory of an entire century and it was a couple more decades. This Sunday is a day of celebration at the home of Mrs. Ladybug, who has resisted the maranguapensis advancing clockwise exactly 120 years ago
01/01/2011 - by Rachel Clark in category 'Articles'
Dona Juana, between a laugh and another tells his story of 120 years (Photo: Rodrigo Carvalho / Special to The People)

Ladybug was 82 years of age when he yielded to the charms of marchinha 1970. It was the carnival Maranguape in the Metropolitan Region of Fortaleza. As in Fortaleza and the rest of Brazil, they danced in the halls like a love that spoke of longing. It was the "pain that hurts so bad" asking to stop. The White Flag Laercio Max Nunes Alves and found great favor with Ladybug, that no longer whirled with the chords of music, but sang the song by heart. It is true today. To see the "little" hum, just stroll down the mountain to the street Maranguape Philomena Maria Campos Telles, Parque Iracema. Rise to the number 721 is the birthday this Sunday. If I had breath, Joana Ribeiro da Silva would have to delete 120 candles.
Era May 25, 1888 when Dona Maria Joana André da Silva gave birth. Just 12 days before Brazil rehearsed officially abolish slavery. The baby was drawing to a child and began to see the dolls the best allies. "I was too fond of playing with those bebezim. It was all different. The creatures were playing with me. Everybody was singing along, made wheel. The rest of the fun was busy with careers in the alleys, "one after another."

Explained childhood, Mrs. Joan burst into laughter. And so it follows the animated conversation, interspersed with smiles full of noise. In the audience who joins the foot of the wall, the neighborhood is always around the centennial, and the children not stop coming. Will participate in prose and refreshing the memory of one of the best known citizens of the place.
- Mrs. Ladybug, that both you laugh?

- (New laughter) Oh, my fiazinha, I think it's good too amused!

And it's funny and no secrets that Miss Joan goes through time. "I eat everything, but love is even beans. Nothing makes me ill." The family will confirm the speech. "I never went to the doctor. What I have is only sometimes a headache." The pains in my legs bother her, but not prevent it from rising or take a few steps without pissing. Never a bone was broken or a surgery was done. "Thank God, my fiazinha. And why do you think life is getting much, Miss Jane? "Just because God wants. When He comes He does not want more and 'poof', it takes me." Again, the smile is audible.

In the house of Orange Wall Street Philomena Maria de Campos Telles, five other people hear occasionally Ladybug lady sing. Live with her granddaughter and her husband and three children of the couple - one is in the process of expanding the family. While the prose and photo session will be ending, Ladybug has the audience: "That there is tudim NETime. I love my NETime. This is Samuel here is that Sarah is Ariana, Jose, Antonio ... "laughs one of the world's oldest smiles. Right there, in a Maranguape proud of her Joan of 43,800 days.


May 24 2008
http://www.opovo.com.br/www/opovo/fortaleza/791546.html

Ladybug: a smile of 120 years

She has crossed the times that many know only through history books. It is a living memory of an entire century and it was a couple more decades. This Sunday is a day of celebration at the home of Mrs. Ladybug, who has resisted the maranguapensis advancing the clock hands 120 years ago today

Raquel Chaves
the newsroom
24 May 2008 - 15:50

Ladybug was 82 years of age when he yielded to the charms of marchinha 1970. It was the carnival Maranguape in the Metropolitan Region of Fortaleza. As in Fortaleza and the rest of Brazil, they danced in the halls like a love that spoke of longing. It was the "pain that hurts so bad" asking to stop. The White Flag Laercio Max Nunes Alves and found great favor with Ladybug, that no longer whirled with the chords of music, but sang the song by heart. It is true today. To see the "little" hum, just stroll down the mountain to the street Maranguape Philomena Maria Campos Telles, Parque Iracema. Rise to the number 721 is the birthday this Sunday. If I had breath, Joana Ribeiro da Silva would have to delete 120 candles.

It was May 25, 1888 when Dona Maria André da Silva gave birth to Jane. Just 12 days before Brazil rehearsed officially abolish slavery. The baby was drawing to a child and began to see the dolls the best allies. "I was too fond of playing with those bebezim. It was all different. The creatures were playing with me. Everybody was singing along, made wheel. The rest of the fun was busy with careers in the alleys, "one after another."

Explained childhood, Mrs. Joan burst into laughter. And so it follows the animated conversation, interspersed with smiles full of noise. In the audience who joins the foot of the wall, the neighborhood that is always around the centennial, and the children not stop coming. Will participate in prose and refreshing the memory of one of the best known citizens of the place.

- Mrs. Ladybug, that both you laugh?

- (New laughter) Oh, my fiazinha, I think it's good too amused!

And it's funny and no secrets that Miss Joan goes through time. "I eat everything, but love is even beans. Nothing makes me ill." The family will confirm the speech. "I never went to the doctor. What I have is only sometimes a headache." The pains in my legs bother her, but not prevent it from rising or take a few steps without pissing. Never a bone was broken or a surgery was done. "Thank God, my fiazinha. And why do you think life is getting much, Miss Jane? "Just because God wants. When He comes He does not want more and 'poof', it takes me." Again, the smile is audible.

In the house of Orange Wall Street Philomena Maria de Campos Telles, five other people hear occasionally Ladybug lady sing. Live with her granddaughter and her husband and three children of the couple - one is in the process of expanding the family. While the prose and photo session will be ending, Ladybug has the audience: "That there is tudim NETime. I love my NETime. This is Samuel here is that Sarah is Ariana, Jose, Antonio ... "laughs one of the world's oldest smiles. Right there, in a Maranguape proud of her Joan of 43,800 days.


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Female - Maria Verissimo de Matos Siqueira (Jun 05 1888 - Jun 17 2012) of Alto Alegre do Maranhão, Maranhão, Brazil
Birthplace: Caxias, Maranhão, Brazil


May 15 2011
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Jun 18 2012
http://www.gazetadailha.com.br/2012/06/18/...velha-do-mundo/

Dies in MA the oldest woman in the world
Posted on June 18, 2012 by Carlos Neto

Died Sunday (17) Lady Maria Verissimo de Matos Siqueira, who was considered the oldest woman of Alto Alegre do Maranhão and possibly the world. Your documents they found that she was 125 years, completed the last day June 5, 2012.

Death was due to old age, lately, lived more lying on your bed or sometimes sitting in her wheelchair and fed only liquid food. However the daughter of Maria Verissimo, Dona "girl" said her mother was not taking medication and did not complain of pain.

On June 5 June 2012, the family celebrated another anniversary of Mrs. Maria Verissimo, reaching 124 years of age. She was born on June 5, 1888 in a village in the municipality of Caxias, daughter of Daniel Smith and Valeira de Matos. By the time your documents she was born in Brazil was still a monarchy parents lived and where she was a settlement of the historic city of Caxias.


Jun 07 2011
http://tvmirante.blogspot.com/2011/06/lavr...ser-mulher.html

Maranhão peasant may be the oldest woman in the world with 123 years
Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Maria Veríssimo Siqueira was born in 1888 and completed early this Sunday (5), exactly 123 years.
Imirante

São Luís - Maranhão A peasant may be the oldest woman in the world.According to the identity, caxiense Maria Verissimo Siqueira de Matos was born in 1888 and completed early this Sunday (5), exactly 123 years.Currently, she lives in the municipality of Alto Alegre do Maranhão, 200 km from São Luís The case was shown yesterday, the blog of journalist and broadcaster Zeca Soares .
She and family were interviewed, with exclusivity, Antonio Son by the reporter, correspondent for Radio Mirante AM .Dona Maria Verissimo, who for thirty years has lived with adopted daughter Luisa Sousa Oliveira, 60, rarely complains of pain and the only medicine that takes vitamins.But memory is no longer the best.
Due to old age, the case of Dona Maria Verissimo drew attention to the National Social Security Institute (INSS).Last year, agency officials were doing a review of the benefit of retired and were surprised to prove that she was still alive.

Identity shows date of birth: June 5, 1888.Photo: Anthony Son / Mirante AM.
Guinness
To be recognized as the oldest person in the world, data must be verified by Guinness , the record books.Recently, the team's Guinness confirmed the birth date of a mining, July 9, 1896, and declared the oldest person in the world, to 114 years .
The Guinness receives thousands of claims of other persons to the rank of elder.Approximately 99% of requests are discarded by the absence of documentation for proof.


Jun 05 2011
http://colunas.imirante.com/platb/zecasoar...velha-do-mundo/

Maranhense may be the oldest woman in the world
Sun, 05/06/11
by Zeca Soares |Category News
Although the photo birth certificate has not been clear, the ID card it is clear, was born on June 5, 1888 and just today, Dona Maria Verissimo de Matos Smith completed 123 years.The laborer who now lives in the municipality of Alto Alegre do Maranhão, 200 KM of St. Louis, according to his family may be the oldest woman in the world.

Most currently recognized by the Guinness Book of Records, is the Brazilian Maira Valentine 114 years.Quita grandmother as she is known by everyone in the mining town of Carangola has 48 days of life more than the former record holder, the American Besse Cooper.Since it now seems to be threatened by peasant Maranhão, but that the title is officially recognized family needs the application for recognition to Guinness, which has not yet been done.

Two stories of other Brazilian, one in Rio de Janeiro , and the other in Bahia , were identified as possible cases of older people in the world.Guinness still receives thousands of claims from other people to post one more long-lived, but 99% of applications are rejected for lack of documents for proof.

Dona Maria Verissimo was born in Caxias.She and family were interviewed by reporter Antonio exclusively Son, correspondent of Radio Mirante AM.Dona Maria Verissimo that 30 years has lived with adopted daughter Luisa Sousa Oliveira, 60 and rarely complains of pain medicine that takes only vitamins, but the memory is no longer the best.She does not remember anything queso.

Due to old age, the case of Dona Maria Verissimo drew attention to the INSS.Last year órgãoforam officials can review the benefits of retired to prove that she was still alive.


Mar 14 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMHMUzqhtCI

OLDER WOMEN OF THE WORLD
122 YEARS OF HIGH AND LIVES OF JOYFUL MARANHÃO


Mar 14 2011
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/sear...=www.google.com

Photo Credits: Maria Verissimo de matos Siqueira
Maria Verissimo de Matos Siqueira
Resident Street Marambaia - Alto Alegre do Maranhão.
Atualmante spotting and she does not talk much to her daughter Dona girl cares for her with great affection and dedication.
Dona Maria Smith was born on 5 June 1888, completed the last day June 5, 2010, (122 years). This is what finds its documents, born in the city of Caxias do Maranhão, she served for many years the profession of peasant and witnessed many events in our country and the world and today she lives in the era of technology. Congratulations to her and the whole family.
On youtube you can watch the video -
(OLDER WOMEN OF THE WORLD He lives in Alto Alegre do Maranhão)


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:47 PM (GMT)
Female - Silvina Rosa de Jesus (Jun 20 1888 - Jan 08 2009) of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: Jacaraci, Bahia, Brazil


Apr 25 2009
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Aug 20 2007
http://tapanacara.com.br/blog/2007/08/a_mu...do_mundo_e.html

The oldest woman in the world is Brazilian
Posted on 20 August 2007 by alex
No, not the Dercy Gonçalves, like everyone thinks, the oldest woman in the world is Bahia Rosa Silvina de Jesus, is lucid and to 119 years.
She was born on June 20, 1888, one month after the abolition of slavery and shortly before the birth of Dercy Gonçalves.
If you think that she is taking leave of life, it contradicts what is still talking about a girl and still goes on (live much longer).
She says the recipe for longevity is "rum, flirt and smoke roll."
The old lady said it was too smart taken when she was younger, he stole his father's liquor and supplemented with water.It would be hence the term burning water?
Japan's Yone Minagawa was in the "Guinness" Book of Records as the oldest person in the world, but she died a few days to 114 years.
To enter the Guinness owner Silvana, it is necessary to prove that lived in the last three centuries, sending documents to prove their 119 years.


Aug 18 2007
http://oglobo.globo.com/sp/mat/2007/08/18/297326133.asp

Cachaça, flirt and smoke roll recipe is a woman of 119 years
Duty | Posted on 18/08/2007 at 13h55m
Rodrigo Ferreira, Diario de S. Paulo

SAO PAULO - Cachaça, roll and smoke a lot are the dating secrets of Bahia Rosa Silvina de Jesus to her longevity. The birth records dated June 20, 1888 - just one month after the abolition of slavery in the country - evidenced by the 119 years of life. Well experienced ", he said. To get an idea of ​​what it represents, in 1914, when World War I broke out, Silvina has had 26 years. In 1950, with the arrival of TV in the country, she was 62 years old.

- Still going-away challenge.

By age she may be the oldest of Sao Paulo, perhaps the world. Silvina was born and raised in the country, in Bahia, a city called Jacaraci. After dating a lot, she married and had six children.

I'm still a girl
He currently lives with her youngest child, yearning Covas de Souza, 62, in a simple house in the Garden of Esmeraldas, in the extreme west of the capital.

Although he says he has no health problems, time has left its mark. Silvina sees very little and have to ask her daughter to turn on the television to listen to loud music with the masses of Padre Marcelo Rossi. The legs are weak and she can not walk anymore. The long periods he worked on the hoe sequels also left in the back, and now the spine is curved. Laughing, she says it is a girl and has fond memories of youth.

- Get up early for weeding. It was a delight to plant rice, corn, beans, cassava - recalls.

The cigar roller and rum she just dropped close to 100 years.

- I took the bottle of rum from my father stole a bit and then completed with water - has a naughty smile of who is considered a child.

Japanese are champions of longevity
Japan's Yone Minagawa was registered in Guinness' Book of Records as the oldest person in the world. Age 114, she died last Monday in the city Fukuoka, Japan

To join the list, you must ask the publishers of the record book. You must also submit documents proving their age. Analysis of the roles is rigorous.

With the death of Japanese, American Edna Parker, also of 114 years, you should retain the title of world's oldest for publication. She was born on April 20, 1893 and lives in the town of Shelbyville, Indiana.

Minagawa, former owner of the station, like candy and said that the secret to her longevity was eating well and getting a good night's sleep. The Japanese had been born on January 4, 1893. She had become the oldest person in the world in late January after the death of American Emma Faust Tillman, also 114 years.

Japanese women are more people living in the world. They have a life expectancy of 85.8 years. Experts attribute this to good diet and high standard of care in the country. The oldest man in the world, according to "Guinness" is also Japanese. Tomoji Tanabe is 111 years.


Aug 17 2007
http://www.sindicatodosaposentados.org.br/noticias/098.htm

17/08/2007
INSS pension cuts of 119 years of Women

The news above, published in the now reveals that the SST is still far from adopting fair criteria to treat retirees and we also have an internal bureaucracy that prevents an agile and efficient, often more so than the acceptable culminates in situations like this, where a lady of 119 years has had his retirement cut, simply because he did not submit the CPF for relisting. The detail is that the IRS can not issue the document because its computers do not accept the birth date of Jesus Rosa Silvina, who is from June 20, 1888.

Silvina has had to make the relisting of Social Security in December. His attorney, Marcia's granddaughter, was a stand of taking personal data from the INSS grandmother and Silvina medical certificate proving that she was alive. According to the daughter longing, Social Security reported that the re-registration had been completed but not the benefit to be paid back by the lack of CPF.

Until you reach a solution, Silvina is not receiving the benefit of $ 380.00 monthly to those who are entitled to. Retired since 1985, he collaborated in supporting the family with the money and is now living with the help of a daughter of 62 years, which also receives $ 380 from Social Security.

Born a month after the liberation of slaves, Silvina who is black, has seen almost everything in this life, but did not expect to be without retirement buck, which used to keep the house and buy mocotó feijoada and who are your favorite dishes. "With medication and I hardly spent, thank God, only occasionally do I feel pain in my legs."

Resigned, Silvina, who has six children (five of them alive, the eldest aged 80), 35 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and five great grandchildren, does not see the time to get out of retirement to once again eat your beans.

We know that if you want the INSS, next Wednesday, arrhythmias or delay on Saturday, Ms. Silvina, will be back eating a dish of feijoada, her favorite food and it brings many memories and longing for his parents and siblings who skin felt the pain of slavery.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:48 PM (GMT)
Female - Maria Rita de Menezes (Sep 09 1888 - Apr 15 2003) of Tatuí, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: Areias, São Paulo, Brazil


Dec 09 2003
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Apr 16 2004
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/sear...=www.google.com

Dies at 114 years the oldest woman in Brazil

A retired teacher Maria Rita Mehta , considered the oldest woman in Brazil, with 114 years, died Monday evening, the victim of respiratory failure at the Santa Casa de Tatuí . She would do 115 years in September. The body was hidden and buried in the Hall Funeral Tuesday, 15/04 at Christ the King Cemetery

Maria Rita was born in 1888 , one year before the proclamation of the Republic, in the municipality of Areias, Paraiba Valley. She spent her childhood between freed slaves who continued working at the site of a young family and moved to Tatuí. Last year, was honored by the Board with the title of citizenship.

Maria Rita lucid they stood until a few days before his death, when his condition worsened. Family documents sent last year to the Guinness Book, the record books in order to insert as the oldest woman in the country She assumed this condition after the death of Maria do Carmo Geronimo, a former slave of Itu , who died in 1991.

Maria Rita also disputed the inclusion as the oldest woman in the world. The documents, which included the original birth certificate and ballot title, were being analyzed by the book's publisher. Maria Rita was married twice and had four children, two of whom are living, including Zelia Menezes, 84, lived with her. She left 15 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. (Jose Maria Tomazela / AE)


Apr 15 2003
http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/folha/cotidia...t95u73160.shtml

15/04/2003 - 21h37
Dies within a SP for older women in the country
the Folha

One of the older women in the country died today Tatuí (137 km west of Sao Paulo) at about 13h. A retired teacher Maria Rita de Menezes would complete 115 years in September this year.

She was hospitalized since last Wednesday at the Santa Casa da city. According to the hospital, the cause of death was respiratory failure.

According to his only son, Zenon, 82, she was fine there was little time, until an illness has limited his movements. In addition to Zenon, the teacher also had three daughters, 15 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren.

Maria Rita was born in the town of Sand, in the Paraíba Valley, on September 9, 1888, the year of the Abolition of Slavery.

According to Lourdes de Menezes, daughter of the teacher's first cousin, John Menzies, tonight she was being hidden in the Funeral Hall.

athyon - April 2, 2011 09:49 PM (GMT)
Female - Maria Santana das Graças (1889) of Pará de Minas, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Birthplace: Caratinga, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Jan 08 2012
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/17864


Nov 23 2007
http://www.jcnoticias.com.br/index.php?Con...ia&Codigo=8488#

An older women's lives in Brazil Pará de Minas and need help

She lived 1416 months, a total of 42 000 480 days.

We're talking about Mrs. Maria das Graças Santana, 118 years. It can be one of the older women of Minas Gerais and Brazil. The old neighborhood is Sierra Verde and still is willing to walk into the house and exchanging words with their families.

According to Maria Luiza Gomes, 78, daughter of Ms. Maria Santana, the oldest woman of Pará Mine came from the city of Caratinga, where he lived at the time of slavery. She said the family does not know the exact date of birth of the ancient, because it documents Ms. Maria Santana were destroyed in a fire. Maria Luiza
says that his mother may be even older, but has no way to prove the suspicion.

Surprisingly Dona Maria das Graças Santana smoked and drank for many years and still has an enviable health. Maria Luiza Gomes says that only the elderly get sick when it separates from it.

The daughter tells the mother's skin is very sensitive and can get injured just to get some contact. During the speech of Maria Luiza Gomes our reporter could write a few words of Dona Maria das Graças Santana:

Even at 118 years, Dona Maria Santana confirms that pirracenta. The talk complements her daughter. Maria Luiza Gomes reveals that his mother loves to eat chicken with okra and the old favorite fruit is watermelon.

When it comes to work, Ms. Maria Santana, called by relatives of Grandma Santana, stands up, but says he can no longer work. Our reporter made a call for the elderly could help you weed a garden.

The care of Dona Maria and Santana are special family needs the help of the community. Maria Luiza Gomes seeks donation of a water bed and diapers to the mother.

The family of the older woman of Pará de Minas, and perhaps one of the oldest in the country, lives in Alameda of Roses, 141, Sierra Verde.


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Female - Pedra Bento (Jun 29 1889) of Tenente Portela, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Miraguaí, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


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Oct 24 2011
http://www.portelaonline.com.br/site/noticia.php?id=10362

Indigenous is baptized at 122 years old on Lieutenant Portela

On the night of Sunday, October 23, in service held in the Evangelical Church Assembly of God was named one of world's oldest women, the indigenous Stone Mrs. Benedict, who has documented 122 years old. Owner lives in Rock Indian Reservation Guarita in the town of Smooth Stone, on Lieutenant Portela. After climbing the stairs with difficulty the old tank was dipped in the waters of baptism in a ceremony presided over by Pastor Jose Cesar Machado, who beyond, named eight other people. The Indian baptism was encouraged by his son, Arlindo Claudino, 74, who claims to be church member at least 30 years. Mrs. Stone lives with her ​​son, grandchildren and great grandchildren.


Oct 22 2010
http://www.difusoraceleiro.com.br/site/ind...geral&Itemid=90

Benedict Stone, India's Reserve Guarita, may be the oldest woman in Brazil
Fri, 22 October 2010 09:32
She was born five months before the Proclamation of the Republic. Witnessed two turns of the century. With 121 years and with enviable health iron, was discovered by the 2010 Census

The clock is ticking. The citation may be commonplace, yes. But the truth is we can not freeze time. It passes too quickly, sometimes in the blink of an eye. Not to India kaingang Stone Benedict has come to 121 years, residing two kilometers from the city of Tenente Portela, one of 11 sectors (villages) of the Indian Reserve Guarita. It was recently discovered by the agent in the 2010 Census, Gisele Silveira. As the Identity Card number 4043294844, she, daughter of Joseph and Domenica Benedict Dias, was born on June 29, 1889 in the town of Miraguai. However, the Indian, according to the Notary of his hometown, was recorded only in 1986, with 97 years. The family assured the age presenting the birth certificate of Mrs. Stone. The lack of information prevents more accurate confirmation of the old crone, which may be an older women who knows the country and the world.
Maria Olivia da Silva, 130 years, it was considered Brazil's oldest woman died late on July 8 this year in Astorga, Paraná.

SLIPPERS IN THE HANDS

Dona Stone shares a house of wood measuring approximately 30 square meters with a granddaughter and four great-grandchildren Silvane Ferreira. Every day she walks four kilometers barefoot to visit the youngest child and only living, Arlindo Claudino, 68. "She hates to wear shoes, so it takes the slippers in his hands," says the daughter laughing Cacilda Sales, 51, mother of seven and grandmother of 21 grandchildren. "I think she never wore shoes. At least I've never seen, "added the woman.

With memory, clarity and health that are the envy of those who live there much less time, the Indian has a secret to reaching 121 years. But the daughter Cacilda reveals a somewhat unusual recipe for longevity: meat and patience. "Look, it requires meat every day. When we served rice, beans and meat, she only eats meat and a few beans, rice plays out. " Patience certainly could not miss for those who produced four children and had at least 20 grandchildren, 50 great-grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Most live around them. Plus, the house you live in a small bar works, including a pool table, which could jeopardize the peacefulness of the elderly. The report, which spent an afternoon with Ms. Stone, adds two more ingredients in this recipe for living well: good humor and sympathy.

Getting to longevity is not only the privilege of Mrs. Stone. Her second husband died at 115 years. The father and mother died at 103 to 100 years. The centenarian woman has health to spare. Cacilda highlights that, except for minor colds, sometimes due to the baths that seeks to prevent the elderly was admitted to hospital only once in a lifetime. It was a year ago, when he suffered a fall and needed medical help.

SOUL CHILD

"Mother vein," as it is known in the village, he is feeling at ease with the harassment of the press. Since the census reported her age, has consistently received a visit from reporters. Two TV stations have already been to his house. The first was the RBS and Monday, SBT. Moreover, the National Broadcasting - branch of Porto Alegre -, was interested in the subject after reading an article, produced by Paulo Farias, posted on the website of Radio Broadcast (www.difusoraceleiro.com.br). It was thanks to information from the report that the team of Andrei Rossetto (reporter), Jorge Garcia Alves Júnior (reporter cameraman) and Alberto Nunez (driver and assistant) came to the village where the Indian resident. The particular matter was aired nationwide on the evening of Tuesday, 19, the station's main newspaper.

The old woman hardly speaks Portuguese. His granddaughter Silvane, as translator, is the bridge between the press and interviewed the person who became most famous Tenente Portela, at the time. A nice, the great-grandmother lives surrounded by children, with whom he feels very comfortable, talkative and smiling as if in early childhood. And so, as a child, like getting gifts. Anything from candy to money. Vain, in special situations, for example, give interviews, he prefers the colorful dress, typical kaingang, she even sewed.

The discovery of a woman who might have 121 years has generated discussion in the community portelense. As soon as the news emerged, many doubted the veracity. Others see the existence of Mrs. Stone the chance to make the city more known. Oblivious to all this, the Indian attempts to maintain their routine and shows that have vitality and a willingness to live many years.


Oct 14 2010
http://wp.clicrbs.com.br/rbstvsantarosa/20...opo=48,1,1,,,48

The oldest woman in the world!
October 14, 2010
Our team showed for the entire state in the Official Lunch of an Indian Reservation Guarita with 121 years of age. The discovery was made by the IBGE census Gisele Silveira. Appears on the birth certificate she was born on June 29, 1889. The arrangement and appearance do not match the old. Benedict Stone walks about four miles a day to go home where she lives with a granddaughter, to the residence of her son.
The census says that searched the internet and discovered that the world's oldest woman, who died in March, had 124 years:
_ It was one of 114 years as the world's oldest. If this is confirmed it, India's oldest gaucho - Gisele account.
Mrs. Stone has four children, 20 grandchildren, 60 great-grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren.
While we did the story, our friend Sandro Medeiros Portela's Online recorded with photos. Watch the video!


Sep 17 2010
http://www.difusoraceleiro.com.br/site/ind...geral&Itemid=90

2010 Census finds in Tenente Portela woman who might have 121 years
Fri, September 17, 2010 11:34
Family ensure that indigenous knowledge may be one of the older women in the country

Living in the sector of Lisa Stone, located in the Indian Reserve Guarita in Tenente Portela, the Stone kaingang Benedict may be one of the older women in Brazil. Family ensure that it has 121 years, completed last June 29. The information was given to a census of the IBGE that works in the collection of data from Census 2010.

The Indian Stone lives with a granddaughter and four great-grandchildren Silvane Ferreira. She is originally from the town of Miraguai. Despite the centuries-old, she runs about four miles daily barefoot, to visit a son, three of which took. According Silvane, Ms. Stone has 20 grandchildren, 60 great-grandchildren and four great grandchildren and the only complaint is when your grandmother's four children make too much noise. They live primarily on the craft.

The Notary of Miraguai confirmed that the Indian was only registered in 1986, possibly at the age of 97 years. The lack of more precise information about the birth prevents the confirmation of the old Indian, who may even be one of the older women in the world.

Country's oldest woman was 130 years and died in July

He died on the evening of 08 July 20101 Astorga (in the northwest region of Paraná), Maria Olivia da Silva, 130 years, considered the oldest person in the country. One of the sons of old, Ali Smith, said she had felt bad after dinner and had no time to be rescued.
Born on February 28, 1880 in Warsaw, Poland, Mrs. Maria Olivia came to Brazil to three years, recorded in Itapetininga (SP). Despite her age, she is not officially recognized as the oldest woman in the world by the Guinness Book, the record books, since the original documents were lost in a fire. However, the evidence presented by the family, however, the evidence presented by the family of the elderly has been reviewed and recognized by RankBrasil, the record books Brazilians.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:50 PM (GMT)
Female - Celina Pinto da Silva (Aug 12 1889 - Dec 16 2010) of Porto Velho, Rondônia, Brazil
Birthplace: Guajará-Mirim, Rondônia, Brazil


Aug 03 2011
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Dec 17 2010
http://respeiteoidoso.blogspot.com/2010/12...s-idosa-de.html

121 YEARS - the oldest woman dies of Rondônia

He died early on Thursday (16) the oldest woman of Rondonia.Miss Celina Pinto da Silva, 121 years.She was born on August 12, 1889 - year of the Proclamation of the Republic - in Guajará-Mirim.
Miss Celina was in the Ancient House in Porto Velho, about 30 years and died alone.The funeral takes place in the chapel of the institution and will be buried later in St. Anthony Cemetery.

Source: http://www.rondoniaovivo.com/noticias/121-...-rondonia/70797


Oct 06 2009
http://www.gentedeopiniao.com.br/lerConteudo.php?news=50407

LIONS MAKE THE OLD PARTY

The Day of Older Persons was celebrated with a party at the temporary headquarters of the Ancient House by the Lions Club (the four clubs of Porto Velho - Centro, Rio Madeira, Prince of Beira and Rio Guaporé). The 20 old people who live in the house had a different day, with snacks, hygiene kits, delivery and plenty of activities on behalf of a group of Third Age that gave the SESC stamp show. By Dona Celina Pinto da Silva, 120 years, born in 1889 in IATA (when it was Mato Grosso), did not dance but shifted in his seat.


Aug 13 2008
http://cadernodestaque.blogspot.com/2008/0...orto-velho.html

Dna CELINA CELEBRATES 119 YEARS OLD IN PORT, AND MAY BE OLDER WOMEN OF BRAZIL

The House of the Ancient of Porto Velho promoted programming with a special lunch yesterday, with the support of the State Secretariat of Social Assistance (SEAS) to commemorate the anniversary of Ms. Celina Pinto da Silva Lima, possibly the oldest person in Brazil, at the height of its 119 years.In addition to age, among the 23 other inmates, staff and guests of the shelter, as the first lady of the state, and Ivone Cassol holder Seas, Tania Pires, Celina, who is fondly called "doll", drew attention in party in her red dress with gold accents, which she chose among the options presented by management and staff of the shelter.Born on August 12, 1889, ie one year and four months after the abolition of slavery in the then municipality of São Miguel ™, today San Miguel (RO), Celina was the daughter of José Pinto da Silva and Natalie Lima da Silva.Older employees report that it had no access to school and would have had 15 children, but because financial conditions would not have given all.As director Pedro Augusto, nurse specialist in geriatrics, despite his age and setbacks faced as a young man, a woman, black and poor, Celina is healthy, lucid and very vain.Proof of this is that it is visited without makeup or her hair."She loves to win this, preferably cosmetics, jewelry and dolls."Even with difficulties getting around by herself, she is strong in all settings of the house, such as state fairs, once a month is taken to attend the mass celebrated in the chapel of the institution, and is mindful of the timetable of TV programs like to watch."It does not depend entirely on third parties.When you want to get around using chairs for support, turn on the TV, put lipstick and eats alone.It is also nervous wiggled in their objects, not like the dark, does not talk to anyone, wake up early for breakfast prefers bread and coffee with milk and like many fruits and juices. "


Aug 12 2006
http://rondoniaovivo.com/news.php?news=18860

Future Firefighters make breakfast for 117 years birthday
Wednesday, 12 August - 14:16 E-mail | Print Page
The academics on the payroll of the Fire Department attended a breakfast at the house of Elder in Porto Velho, on Saturday morning.* Lt. Col. Robinson, accompanied by about 50 students honored the birthday of the day, Celina Pinto da Silva Lima, born in Sao Miguel do Guaporé 12/08/1889, which celebrated 117 years of life.* With the sponsorship of the soldiers, a breakfast with plenty of fruit and juice was served to house 24 residents (17 men and 7 women).Students could talk with the residents of the house and know their life stories, leading to the classroom, a lesson of brotherhood and citizenship, the elements needed to scale the value of human life.* The birthday boy speaks little, is very proud and said that like soap operas on television and newspapers.The century-old woman does not receive requests for at least 20 years.* According to Ana Lúcia Oliveira, director of the house tomorrow, during lunch the day of the parents, a new honor will be given to the oldest inhabitant of Porto Velho.


Aug 25 2003
http://www.rondonoticias.com.br/?imprimir,6930

Governor delivery vehicle for the House of the Elder
General Published 25/08/2003
The Governor Ivo Cassol, accompanied by Lieutenant Governor and President of the foundation of Welfare State of Rondônia Faser-Odaísa Fernandes, delivered this Friday morning, a car Fiat Doblo, the Elder in Porto Velho.
Currently the Center meets 27 people, 9 men and 6 women aged 60 to 114 years, as an example the Lady Celina Pinto da Silva, who recently completed the anniversary "I on behalf of the whole population of Rondônia congratulate Doña Celina that experienced virtually the entire history of our State," said Cassol.
The vehicle will be used for the transport of the elderly inmates home to meet at offset up hospitals and in support of the work.
Another project of the Elder's House for use of the vehicle shall be so that the elderly can visit other groups of people, families and sightseeing places of the city, as a way to change the routine and the integration with the society.
The Governor Ivo Cassol stated that "it is we need to give much attention to these people immensely for the State, this is the least we can do, I want to broaden the social actions in my Government, mainly in the care of the elderly, who have always been forgotten, and this bailout I'll do."
According to the Vice-Governor Odaísa Fernandes, "the family of the elderly are all we need to give affection and love for all those people, that they feel most prestigious".
Ivo Cassol announced that the State Government will perform works by suitability within the House of Elders, placing protective bars, ramps, toilets for reforms that the elderly have more safety and comfort.
In addition to the vehicle Doblo, was purchased a Fiat/Uno for the management of Social assistance, and is used at offsets in Porto Velho, in serving the underserved communities.


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Male - Francisco Mateus de Santana (Sep 21 1889 - Sep 06 2009) of Olindina, Bahia, Brazil


Sep 22 2007
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Sep 10 2009
http://ne10.uol.com.br/canal/cotidiano/nac...anos-199097.php

Man dies in 119 years
Posted on 09/10/2009 at 8:30 a.m.

Jornal do Commercio
He died last Sunday (6) Matthew Francis from Bahia de Santana, 119 years, who struggled to be recognized as the oldest man in the world. According to the Book of Records, the title belonged to Japan's Tomoji Tanabe, who was 114 years and died in June this year.

The retired Brazilian died at home in the town of Olindina, distant 209 km from Salvador. On Feb. 21, the Bahia would complete 120 years and was preparing for the celebration.


Sep 21 2007
http://g1.globo.com/Noticias/Brasil/0,,MUL...O+DO+MUNDO.html

09/21/2007 - 20h21 - Updated 22/09/2007 - 10:20
Bahia may be the oldest man in the world
Document farmer shows that he has completed 118 years.
Guinness lists Japan's 111 years as the oldest in the world.
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The farmer Matthew Francis Santana Bahia can be considered the oldest man in the world. The marriage certificate shows him that he was born on September 21, 1889, the year he was proclaimed a republic and just a year after Princess Elizabeth to have abolished slavery. According to the document, it would have turned 118 years on Friday (21).

Known as 'Chico Gaspar,' he lives in the city of Olindina in the Interior of Bahia, and is married to Bernice Luzia Santana since the 1950s.

According to the Guinness Book, Guinness World Records, the world's oldest man is Tomoji Tanabe Japanese, with 111 years.

Lucia Berenice and her husband, 'Chico Gaspar', with the marriage certificate showing that he was born in 1889 (in the inset) Photo: Reginaldo Pereira / The Afternoon / The Associated Press.


Sep 2007
http://voudekombi.blogspot.com/2007_09_01_archive.html

The farmer Matthew Francis Santana Bahia can be considered the oldest man in the world. The marriage certificate shows him that he was born on September 21, 1889, the year he was proclaimed a republic and just a year after Princess Elizabeth to have abolished slavery in Brazil. According to the document, it would have turned 118 years old. Known as' his Chico Gaspar , 'he lives in the city of Olindina, in Bahia, and is married to Lucy Bernice Santana from the 50's. She had three children who gave him six grandchildren. Always considered a good husband and caring father is appointed by the wife as a man of good heart and correct. "He was so good that today has nothing, because the possessions that had sold or given to others. He never liked to see someone pass without difficulty to help, "he says. According to the Guinness Book, Guinness World Records, the oldest man in the world is Japan's Tomoji Tanabe, 112 years with acknowledged.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:51 PM (GMT)
Female - Floripes Luzia Damásio (Dec 13 1889 - Jun 10 2008) of João Monlevade, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Birthplace: São Domingos do Prata, Minas Gerais, Brazil
(AKA Floripes Luzia Damásia)


Apr 30 2006
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Jun 10 2008
http://antenadoblog.blogspot.com/2008/06/d...s-118-anos.html

Owner Floripes dies at 118 years
By Breno Eustace - The News Editor

The older woman John Monlevade, Floripes Lucy Damas, 118 years, died at 7 am on Tuesday in Margaret Hospital in Monlevade.According to relatives, she was hospitalized in serious condition in Margaret Hospital three days ago, but was already in bed since December, had anemia, diabetes and recently had infection in the lungs.

Owner Floripes breathed with the help of machines and had pictures of unconsciousness and weakness, according to information Oraíde daughter Ana da Silva.Owner Floripes was in bed female ward and 16 patients of the doctor was Rúbia Morrone.The diagnosis of death was multiple organ failure.

Last night, her other daughter, Maria Raimunda da Silva Souza, 78, spoke to the report when The News reported that Mrs. Floripes had all necessary assistance in the hospital, but asked the city to pray for the health of the mother.

Floripes was an older women in the world, but was not officially recognized status as the baptismal certificate attesting his true age, she said, was lost in a fire at St. Dominic Church in La Plata, where he was born and spent much of his childhood.In Monlevade, Floripes Jordan lived in the street in the neighborhood Loanda, with Raimunda's daughter Maria.Until November last year, shortly before falling ill, she wasted layout and clarity impressive for his age.Washed his own clothes, sewed and cooked.Also made a point to follow every Sunday, the services of the Church of Latter-day Saints, going to walk to the seat of the temple, on Avenida Armando Fajardo, about 2 kilometers from his house.

All these peculiarities attracted the attention of the press always reports produced over the life of Dona Floripes.She was the character of many subjects and also in The News newspaper today and Minas TV Record.In one of the stories on his birthday, celebrated on December 13th, she made a simple request: he wanted to win a radio.On another occasion, asked for fruits and vegetables, being treated in hospital twice.

The ultimate accolade was receiving the Medal of Immigrant award granted by the City of Monlevade in September 2007 to immigrants who have contributed to local development.The party, she was pleased to participate and only left the headquarters of the Ideal Club, venue of the celebration, already in progress in the morning with the argument that wanted to take until the last minute.

The body will be vested in the wake Floripes Hall and the forecast is that the body is buried at 8am on Wednesday in Sao Domingos do Prata.She had eight children, of whom seven are alive and over 10 grandchildren and great grandchildren.


Jan 15 2005
http://www.ldschurchnews.com/articles/4672...5-year-old.html

OAO MONLEVADE, Brazil — Lucid, with good eyesight and a great sense of humor, Floripes Luzia Damasio, who turned 115 on Dec. 13, is the oldest member of the Church in Brazil — and perhaps in the Church.

Photo by Elder J. Roberto Viveiros
After attending the Sao Paulo temple for the first time 10 years ago, Sister Damasio has completed work for three generations, including her husband and children who have died. "She never complains," said her daughter Maria.
Photo by Elder J. Roberto Viveiros
Floripes Luzia Damasio, posing with Elder Neil L. Andersen, was born nearly 60 years after the Restoration.
Some Sundays, she and her daughter don't wait for their ride and instead walk half an hour to the meetinghouse.

Born about 60 years after the Restoration, long before the Church arrived in Brazil, this small woman of the state of Minas Gerais lived long enough to be baptized in 1993 at age 103.

She saw the changes of a new century. She can recall slavery, because even though she was born a year after its official abolition here, vestiges remained long afterwards. Born in 1889, she worked in the fields where, to weave her own clothing, she first had to plant the cotton and later pick and prepare it. She learned early to value the basic principles of a good life: faith in the Lord and hard work.

"One time, I remember that we had a very dry season," she said. "The sun was so hot. So I prayed and asked the Lord to send rain and a breeze to help us. A short time later it began to rain, and it even hailed. It appeared to be a punishment. So I prayed asking that the rain be stopped. And He heard me. The rain passed, the sun warmed up, the sky cleared," Sister Damasio said.

The gospel was introduced to her by two missionaries who often passed by. After hearing from a neighborhood child whose mother had been healed after a priesthood blessing by the two missionaries, she and her daughter, Maria Raimunda, who was 63 at the time, sought out the pair.

At age 103, Sister Damasio accepted the gospel and was baptized by Elder Pinheiro, followed by her daughter Maria, the only one of her seven living children (she had 12) who has accepted the gospel.

She is affectionally called the "little grandmother" by the members of her Joo Monelvade Branch, Ipatinga Brazil District.

Sister Damasio and her daughter always read their scriptures, sing hymns and hold family home evening, said Conceico Maria da Luz, former Relief Society president. Sister Damasio also participates in Relief Society classes and makes good comments.

"Everybody in the room feels a strong spirit when Sister Damasio goes to the pulpit on fast Sunday to bear her testimony of the truth of the gospel, or when she prays in Church," said Sister Luz.

"She always testifies of Christ, of His atonement for all of us, of His death and resurrection. She always prays for those in need and even mentions some of them by name."

Even with physical discomfort and some pain, she travels 14 to 16 hours to visit the temple at least once a year with the rest of the district.

"I love to be in the temple, to see all of the people dressed in white, treating each other well and being so happy," said Sister Damasio, adding that in her living room at home she displays a picture of the Sao Paulo Brazil Temple, which was given to her by Elder Athos Amorim, formerly of the Seventy, when he was president of the Brazil South Area.

For the little grandmother to be in the house of the Lord and perform ordinances for her ancestors is a great blessing. Her first visit to the temple was 10 years ago, on Dec. 2, 1994. She has since completed the work for three generations of her family. In 1997, she was sealed to her deceased husband, parents, grandparents and children who had passed away, and to Maria.

This was her greatest dream, and it was realized thanks to the help of members such as Ianaja Quaresma, the wife of the former branch president, Jose Maria Quaresma. They helped Sister Damasio and Maria fill out the pedigree chart and other necessary papers, accompanied them to the temple and supported them during that time.

Evandro Florentino da Silva, president of the Ipatinga Brazil District, told how he admires the perseverance, disposition and willingness to serve of this "oldest little lamb."

"She has always been a great example of faith and love of the Lord," he said, and emphasized that it is Sister Damasio and her daughter who pay for their trips to the temple and their lodging while they are there.

"She never complains, and we always do several sessions each day," said her daughter Maria.

Having suffered discrimination and lived with great difficulties, Sister Damasio counsels any who would live with wisdom and happiness: "Live the law of God; don't take away from your neighbor; don't judge others; don't speak ill of anyone; and never bear false witness." For her, the recipe for long life and energy is obedience, reverence for parents and a diet based on the fruits of the earth.

"I never ate meat when I was a child. We had goat's milk to drink. My father planted manioc, potatoes, yams, vegetables, and that's what we ate." Although she received only one vaccination, she has never been hospitalized except when she fell and broke her hip.

The city of Joao Monlevade honors Sister Damasio each year as the oldest woman in the city. The branch commemorated her birthday on Dec. 13, 2004, to honor her 115 years of faith and sacrifice. From the branch president to her visiting teachers, many came to visit her, bringing her gifts and affection.

"To visit the grandmother is a life lesson," said Angelica, one of her visiting teachers. "And a joy, for she is always telling us stories and teaching us a great deal." Along with the traditional "Parabens a voce" (Happy Birthday), her favorite hymns were sung at her request: "High on the Mountain Top" and "Hark, All Ye Nations!"

Asked if she had a birthday wish, Sister Damasio declared, "I just want to live a lot."


May 1999
http://lds.org/liahona/print/1999/05/we-co...g=eng&clang=eng

“We Count Them Happy Which Endure”

Not long ago, Sister Floripes Luzia Damasio arrived at the São Paulo Temple with other members of the João Monlevade Branch, Belo Horizonte Brazil Stake. During this temple excursion on 3–7 June 1997, she went through at least three sessions each day, and on one day she attended four sessions. During this trip she was also sealed to her deceased husband and to other family members—including her daughter, Maria Raimundo, who received her own endowment. This 500-kilometer trip was the third time Sister Floripes has attended the temple since her baptism in 1993.

None of these facts is entirely unusual—unless one knows a little about Sister Floripes and her circumstances.

Sister Floripes was born on 13 December 1889, just over one year after the May 1888 declaration freeing the slaves in Brazil. Her parents were former slaves and worked for owners of sugar plantations.

Sister Floripes, however, was born into freedom. She learned from her parents to place a high value on life, on freedom, and also on work. And from the time she was very small, she has worked to build a better life. As a young woman she married Cassemiro Jovino da Silva, and they had 12 children. He died at age 60.

It wasn’t until 11 July 1993—at age 103—that Sister Floripes was baptized a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. On 2 December 1994—at almost age 105—she traveled to the São Paulo Temple for her own endowment. During her latest trip to the temple, she was 107 years old!

While serving in the temple, Sister Floripes did not want to rest. She was a little tired but explained that she was very happy being in the temple.

On the last day of the trip, she wanted to see a little of the city of São Paulo. As she became acquainted with the streets, the stores, and the surroundings, she expressed her joy at each new thing she encountered. She was impressed by the many cars, airplanes, and people, explaining that she grew up accustomed to oxcarts and buggies.

Now age 109, Sister Floripes has outlived five of her children. She still plants and harvests her own food, cooks her own meals, and takes care of a daughter, who is also a widow, when she is ill. And she always arrives at the meetinghouse early on Sunday—in spite of having to walk a distance and then catch a bus.

Sister Floripes does not give in easily to the annoyances and challenges of life. Her spine may have been curved by the passage of time, but she shows much determination and perseverance and is an example of finding happiness in righteous living. She prays for the branch members and always encourages them to keep the Spirit in their lives. When her visiting teachers stop by, she asks them to read the Book of Mormon to her.

Sister Floripes is, as James wrote, “an example of suffering affliction, and of patience.” As James continued, “We count them happy which endure” (James 5:10–11).

[photo] Sister Floripes Luzia Damasio, second from left, outside the São Paulo Temple, below.


Feb 1999
http://seniorhealth.healthpub.net/floripes...article-age-109

Floripes Damasio article age 109

Enduring Well“Enduring Well,” Ensign, Feb. 1999, 69About two years ago, Sister Floripes Luzia Damasio arrived at the S•o Paulo Temple with other members of the Jo•o Monlevade Branch, Belo Horizonte Brazil Stake. During this temple excursion on 3–7 June 1997, she went through at least three sessions each day and was also sealed to her deceased husband and to other family members. This 500-kilometer trip (310 miles) was the third time Sister Floripes had attended the temple since her baptism in 1993.
None of these facts seems entirely unusual unless one knows a little about Sister Floripes and her circumstances.
Sister Floripes was born on 13 December 1889, just over one year after the May 1888 declaration freeing the slaves in Brazil. Her parents were former slaves who had worked for owners of sugar plantations. Sister Floripes, however, was born into freedom. She learned from her parents to place a high value on life, on freedom, and on work.
It wasn’t until 11 July 1993—at age 103—that Sister Floripes was baptized a member of the Church. In 1994, she traveled to the S•o Paulo Temple for her endowment. During her latest trip to the temple, she was 107 years old! While serving in the temple, Sister Floripes did not want to rest. She was a little tired but explained she was very happy being in the temple.
Now at age 109, Sister Floripes has outlived 5 of her 12 children. She still plants and harvests her own food, cooks her own meals, and takes care of a widowed daughter when she is ill. And Sister Floripes always arrives at the meetinghouse early on Sunday—in spite of having to walk a distance and then catch a bus.
Sister Floripes does not give in easily to annoyances and challenges of life. Her spine may have been curved by the passage of time, but she shows much determination and perseverance and is an example of finding happiness in righteous living.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:51 PM (GMT)
Male - José de Jesus (Jan 10 1890) of Betim, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Birthplace: Almenara, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Mar 01 2010
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Sep 03 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUiLQu7zTpk&feature=related

Balance Sheet: Man has 119 years, and even sings

The Balance Sheet Thursday that showed the story of Mr. Jose de Jesus. He is 119 years old and is most impressive is the lucicidez him. Mr. Joseph even sing sing. That's what health is huh! Balance!


Sep 2009
http://rss.supernoticia.com.br/otempobetim...IdTipoNoticia=1

LONG LIFE
Miner Betim may be the world's oldest
The man accused of CPF that he has 119 years
The man who may be the oldest in the world is near, here in town. For the date in your CPF, Mr. Jose de Jesus has 119 years - was born on 10 January 1890 in Almenara, Jequitinhonha Valley.

But he does not believe he could turn the century. "I'm thinking it does not have it all," he says, very humorous. After living for 25 years with a daughter in Campos dos Goitacazes, Mr. Jose de Jesus is living with her son two months, Juvenal Alves da Silva, who discovered by chance the father's age.

"We took a fright when we saw and found out only because we decided to take him to a doctor for some tests. But I think the life that he had allowed that," says Juvenal.
He says his father worked all his life on farms "rubbing and poultry dropping virgin forest" and now receives a minimum wage for rural background.

Jose de Jesus is part of the 71% of men who have no health insurance, according to study Social and Demographic and Health Indicators in Brazil 2009, published on Wednesday, two by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE).

According to the IBGE, Brazil is rapidly aging, but the big urban centers still need to improve the infrastructure of services to meet the demands resulting from demographic change.

Those who rely exclusively on the public system suffers from a lack of infrastructure, the study shows. "We can not afford a health plan for him. It's all the NHS and care is often time consuming," says her granddaughter, Zenilda Alves Silva.


Sep 2009
http://www.otempo.com.br/otempobetim/notic...?IdNoticia=4278

World's oldest man lives in the region of Citrolândia
Jose de Jesus, who was born in 1890, moved to Betim for about two months
The Registration of Individuals (CPF) José de Jesus records the date of birth on January 10, 1890 in the town of Almenara in Jequitinhonha Valley.If the information to proceed, he has changed Citrolândia for about two months, can be considered the oldest man in the world."I do not think I do not have it all," he says, always humorous.
After living 25 years with a daughter in the Goitacases Campos, in Rio de Janeiro, Jose now lives with her son, Juvenal Alves da Silva, in Betim."I found the age of my father almost by chance and take great fright. This happened when we decided to take him to the doctor for some tests. I think the life he had allowed this longevity," says Silva.
He says his father worked on farms all his life "and dropping poultry rub virgin forest" and now receives a minimum wage for rural background.

IBGE
Jose de Jesus is part of the 71% of men who have no health insurance, according to the study of health and demographic indicators in Brazil 2009, published on Wednesday, two by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE).
According to IBGE, Brazil is aging rapidly, but the large urban centers still need to improve the infrastructure of services to meet the demands resulting from demographic changes.
Those who rely solely on the public system suffer from a lack of infrastructure, the study shows."We can not afford health insurance for him. It's all by the Unified Health System (SUS) and many times the procedure is quite time consuming," said the granddaughter of Mr. Jose, Zenilda Alves Silva.
Profile changes
In less than 40 years, Brazil has a mortality profile of a typical young people to design a complex and costly diseases, typical of older ages.
In this context, the elderly consume more health services, hospital stays are more frequent, time and bed occupancy is greater.
According to IBGE, the elderly, the cost of hospitalization per capita tends to increase as age advances, from R $ 93, ages 60 to 69 years, to $ 179, among those of 80 or more .


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Female - Carmem da Silva Xavier (Jan 15 1890 - Feb 11 2001) of Leopoldina, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Birthplace: Leopoldina, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Aug 03 2011
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Jul 04 2011
http://josedocarmo.blogspot.com/2011/07/ca...lva-xavier.html

Carmen da Silva Xavier

Carmem da Silva Xavier was born in Leopoldina, Minas Gerais, on January 15, 1890, more precisely in the district of Thebes, situated twelve kilometers from the town, alongside the highway that connects the Leopoldina Juiz de Fora.

Daughter of Anthony and Albina da Silva Xavier, Carmen Da was fourth cousin of the martyr and patron of civic Conspiracy Mineira in Brazil, Joaquim Jose da Silva Xavier, Tiradentes, and arguably the last "Silva Xavier" to save glorious name.

Organist and poet, was trained in psychology, teaching piano and also taught in elementary school.

It was one of the founders of the Methodist Church in Leopoldina, built on the ground of your own home, at Rua Manoel Lobato, 88, Bairro da Grama.

He left the army of Thebes, to reside in Leopoldina, in 1913. Single, childless. He lived his last thirty years of living with the family of Sir James Guida Venancio, at Rua João Gualberto, 29.

As stated by the newspaper Leopoldinense at the time of his death was "one of the most beloved figures in the history of Leopoldina." He died on February 11, 2001, to 111 years.


May 02 2011
http://www.rotasverdesbrasil.com.br/2011/0...-ibitipoca.html

The path of Ibitipoca

Fernando Lara came out last Saturday (30) from Parque Estadual do Rio Doce and has not yet arrived in Ibitipoca State Park. The reason? A battery of interviews that the filmmaker spent those last days, especially in the Zona da Mata. And for those who live in the Steel Valley, tomorrow (3), a matter with the coverage of the start of the expedition routes circulating in Brazil Green Daily Steel .

The Monday (2) began with an interview requested by the Communications Office of the Secretary of State for the Environment and Sustainable Development (Semad / MG) which will disclose the information in the expedition of Ferdinand's internal organ. The site accesses in Juiz de Fora also spoke with the filmmaker and the matter is already in the air.

The largest newspaper in the Zona da Mata, Minas Tribune , was also a matter for the editor of the two. Just this week, TV Panorama, an affiliate of Rede Globo in Juiz de Fora, also puts on the agenda Expedition Routes Green Brazil in its programming. But the listeners of Radio Cathedral, had heard of the project Documentary Fauna and Flora, in a telephone interview, active people in the program with Cristiano Balboa on April 20.

Stories on the way
After leaving the State Park of Rio Doce (PERD), Fernando Lara stayed in Leopoldina (MG) in the house of his uncles. There he discovered the curious story of a woman who lived 111 years. Dona Carmen Xavier became famous not only by age, she was a cousin of the martyr of the fourth degree of revolutionary inconfidente Silxa Joaquim José Xavier, "Tiradentes" and was arguably the last descendant to retain their surname.


D. Carmen da Silva Xavier, Tiradentes cousin
Carmen D., however, not only lived kinship important, had merits. Trained in psychology, a poet, a piano teacher and elementary school, organist and one of the founders, in Leopoldina, of the Methodist Church, which was built in place of your home, at Rua Manoel Lobato *.

On the road
Tomorrow, Fernando Lara visits the factory SB roles in Santa Barbara de Minas, 60 km from Juiz de Fora. The company is the same group of scrap metal Steel Valley, sponsor of Green Routes Brazil. According to Alberto Costa, owner of the enterprise, there is a waterfall inside of the plant. Let's wait to see pictures of this beautiful composition.

In all, we are thrilled with such show of strength and kindness of our sponsors, supporters and followers of the site. Just to illustrate, received by Showcase Magazine , a message of affection from Alexandra de Oliveira. She lives in the Rio Doce State Park and took her daughter to the start of the expedition. The girl dreams of being documentary in nature, as well as Fernando Lara.

"Congratulations to you and the sponsors who believe that only through a documentary and a mobilization of this can get there, do our part. I thought it fantastic! Fernando follow you I'm not getting the internet, but my daughter and I are rooting for you. In my prayers the night I will always remember you, "says the message.

Good to know that our project, which is made ​​so special touches and influences those around us. Our goal is to awaken the desire to protect what we hold most precious, which is the environment. That's why the Fauna and FloraDocumentários could not have a different slogan: we are 'a group in the service of the future.


Unknown Date
http://www.terra.com.br/istoegente/81/tributo/index.htm

Carmen da Silva Xavier, the last direct descendant of Tiradentes
died at 111 years in Leopoldina, Minas Gerais, in the early hours of Sunday 11

Fourth cousin and last scion of Joaquim Jose da Silva Xavier, Tiradentes, Carmen was a psychologist, poet, organist of the Methodist church and city school teacher, a profession he held for more than three decades. He left two books, prose and verse and Sparse Flores , and always made ​​a point of talking about his relationship with the martyr of Conspiracy.


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Female - Maria Lucimar Pereira (Sep 03 1890) of Feijó, Acre, Brazil
Birthplace: Feijó, Acre, Brazil


Jun 25 2011
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Dec 01 2012
http://brasilpaleo.blogspot.com/2012/12/ma...-de-origem.html

Lucimar Maria Pereira, of Indian origin, is possibly the oldest woman in the world with 122 years

Mary never lived in a city and attributes his longevity to a healthy lifestyle. She eats only natural foods of the forest: grilled meat, fish, cassava, bananas and porridge. She does not eat salt, sugar, or other processed foods. His birth certificate was approved in 1985. She speaks only the language Kaxinawá, and occasionally travels to the nearest town, Feijó. In her village, old age does not seem unusual. Four of the 80 people who live in the village have over 90 years of age. Lucimar Maria lives in a region almost totally isolated from the Amazon without cellular signal or TV. The Brazilian social workers are still trying to see if there are any errors on your birth certificate, but no irregularities were found so far. According to human rights group Survival International, she was born in 1890 in Kaxinawa tribe, which is in the Acre. It was found by employees of the INSS (National Social Security Institute) when did the relisting of pension-lived over 110 years. You can read the note that Portal released on the occasion. Having spent most of life in the village, she speaks very little Portuguese. According to his family, she spends her time tending the chickens, carries water and likes to tell stories of his life. In celebration of his birthday party lasts about 3 days and 3 nights with traditional dance of his people. longevity Maria Lucimar has not yet been recorded by Guinness World Records, which says the older woman in the world is the American Besse Cooper, 114 years. Brazilian Maria Gomes Valentim A, a resident of Carangola in Minas Gerais, came to occupy the position briefly, but died on June 21 of this year, just weeks before completing 115 years. Yet according to the Guinness, the person who lived more proven today was Frenchwoman Jeanne Louise Calment, who died in an asylum in 1997, at 122 years old. Maria Pereira will be the living proof that the Paleo diet is best for our health? certificate: identity:


May 03 2012
http://www.agazeta.net/empregos-e-concurso...do-no-acre.html

Record discovers oldest man in the world in Acre

The program 'Camera Record', Rede Record, display on Friday, 04, an article on the Acre would be the 'oldest man in the world'. The character discovered by the program, with the help of the production of TV Gazeta de Rio Branco, Acre lives inside and has today 128 years. That is, your date of birth would be recorded in 1884.

To prove the truth of the discovery, the team's program called experts to examine the record of birth of Acre. They confirmed the authenticity of the document.
Officially, the Guinness Book indicates that the record holder 'oldest man in the world' is the Japanese Jiroemon Kimura, who turned 115 years this month.
If formalized, the Acre vai overcome, in addition to Japanese, Indian Acre Maria Lucimar Pereira, the tribe Kaxinawá. Last year, she completed 121 years and was also featured in the national media about the possibility of being the oldest person in the world. In other words, Acre is the place that houses - unofficially - both men (128 years), and the woman (now 122 years) the world's oldest.
addition to the story about the man of 128 years, the team Record from Camera show a bit of the culture of the people of Acre from curiosities to local peculiarities. The program appears always on Fridays, at 23h (GMT).


Sep 29 2011
http://g1.globo.com/economia/agronegocios/...a-do-mundo.html

India who lives in Acre may be the oldest woman in the world
Dona Maria Pereira Lucimar completed 121 years in September.
She lives in an Indian village in the municipality of Feijó, Acre.

On arrival at the village of Boca Grota, in the municipality of Feijó in Acre , the Indians are painted with black and red. Instead lives Lucimar Dona Maria Pereira, who is 121 years old, may be the oldest woman in the world. The birth certificate, dated 03/09/1890, and the identity card proving the age of India.
At that time, Acre belonged to Bolivia. The annexation of Acre in Brazil took place only in 1903. According to the birth certificate of Maria Lucimar, drawn up 21 years ago, India was born in Port Rubin grove, in rural Feijó.
Dona Maria Lucimar almost do not understand Portuguese. The conversation was only possible with the help of the Indian José Carlos Pereira. India is vain and adorned his body with earrings, necklace and colorful bracelets. Despite her age, she does not like to sit still. She had two husbands and only three of ten children are living. The years have brought pain in the abdomen and legs. She still complains of vision who sees and says with difficulty.
Officially it is not recognized as the oldest woman in the world, but for one simple reason: the Indians did not know the Book of Records.


Sep 03 2011
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-14730434

Brazil Kaxinawa Indian 'may be world's oldest woman'

If Maria's birth certificate is right, she is nearly six years older than the verified oldest living woman
Continue reading the main story

An indigenous Brazilian who celebrates her birthday on Saturday may be the oldest woman in the world - and by some distance.

Maria Lucimar Pereira, a member of the Kaxinawa tribe in the Amazon, is 121 years old, says a tribal rights group.
It says she has a birth certificate showing she was born in 1890.
But the Guinness Book of Records says she has not been registered with them. The verified oldest living woman is 115-year-old American Besse Cooper.
Maria puts her longevity down to a healthy lifestyle, Survival International said - with regular dishes including grilled meat, monkey, fish, the root vegetable manioc and banana porridge, and no salt, sugar or processed foods.
She has never lived in a city and does not speak Portuguese, only the language of her tribe, the Kaxinawa, which inhabits Brazil's western Amazon and eastern Peru.
She remains physically active, community leader Carlos told Survival - walking around the village telling stories and visiting grandchildren in neighbouring areas.

Maria says she will spend her birthday with her family.

The pictures of Maria were taken by employees of the INSS - the national social security institute - when she responded to a request, broadcast on public radio, to appear at the regional INSS office, Brazilian media reported.

Brazilians over the age of 110 are asked to visit their local offices to prove that they are still alive in order to receive pensions or other benefits.

Troubles
Guinness World Records told the BBC it had no record of contact from Maria Lucimar Pereira or anyone on her behalf. It said the oldest verified living person remained Besse Cooper.

"We would be very interested in hearing from anyone who believes they are older than this [and] can provide documentary evidence," the company's Damian Field said.
Survival says her birth certificate, which it has a copy of, was issued in 1985.
It paints a picture of the troubles Maria may have lived through, such as the rubber boom which saw many Indians enslaved and killed.
"All too often we witness the negative effects forced change can have on indigenous peoples," Survival director Stephen Corry said.
"It is refreshing to see a community that has retained strong links to its ancestral land and enjoyed the undeniable benefits of this."


Jun 25 2011
http://www.correaneto.com.br/site/?p=9974

India can be world's oldest woman

The oldest woman in the world can be a descendant of the first inhabitants of Brazilian land. Kaxinawá ethnicity, Lucimar Maria Pereira has 121 years old and lives in the Village Grotathat belongs to the municipality of Feijó, Acre city 378 km away from Rio Branco, the state capital.

Lucimar was located by an agency of the INSS. According to your registration data stored in the database of the agency, she was born on September 3, 1890. To prove that the elder was alive and able to continue receiving their social benefits, Social Security officials asked the family to take her to the ancient seat of the organ.

The officials noted with photos of Ms. Lucimar attendance, the oldest woman in the world. They said the elderly has proved to be lucid and walked and talked quietly.

Centennial. According to the relatives who accompanied the post Lucimar the INSS, the elderly widow, had 10 children (only three are alive) and has 22 grandchildren. The matriarch of the family raised chickens, still manages to carry buckets of water to the house where he lives and likes to tell stories of his life to children and grandchildren century.

The celebration of their birthdays are entitled to the longevity of the indigenous. Three days and three nights of partying and celebration includes traditional dances of the people Kaxinawá. The celebration of 122 years, held in September, is already scheduled.

The fact Lucimar be the oldest woman in the world has not yet come to the attention of the editors of the record books, Guinness. The book points out that the oldest woman in the world would be another Brazilian, Deolinda Rodrigues Soares, who turned 113 years on Thursday, 23, and lives in Presidente Prudente, in São Paulo.

Deolinda won the position after the mining Valentine Maria Gomes, a resident of Carangola, Minas Gerais, have died in last Tuesday, June 21, a few weeks of completing 115 years. With the discovery of Lucimar Acre, 121, Deolinda should lose the position that won just three days.


Jun 18 2011
http://feijoacre.com.br/index.php/noticias...s/464-feijoacre

India of Feijó may be the older woman from Brazil
SAT, June 18, 2011 01: 41

Appeared today to the Agency the INSS on Tarauacá, accompanied by relatives, the retired Maria Lucimar Pereira's Ethnicity Kaxinawá, natural Squamate Village in the municipality of Feijó-Acre. Dona Lucimar came to called the INSS to prove that is alive in a standard function in the body, for beneficiaries with more than 100 years.

Dona Lucimar is widowed and can be one of the older women of Brazil. According to its documentation (birth certificate) she was born on 3 September 1890 and now in 2011 should complete 122 years. He had 10 children, being only three still alive, the newest is 48 years and 10 children. Are 22 grandchildren.

According to their families, she spends her time caring for creation of hens, carries water and enjoys telling stories of his life. In celebration of his birthday feast lasts about 3 days and 3 nights with traditional dancing of his people.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:52 PM (GMT)
Male - Alípio Francelino da Silva (Aug 15 1891 - Feb 03 2007) of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Birthplace: Porciúncula, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Jan 08 2012
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2007
http://www.sdip.aer.mil.br/documentos/bip57.pdf

Died on 03.02.2007 in the city of
Rio de Janeiro, age 115, Mr. Ali -
PIO Francelino da Silva, the inactive calendar
older than the Air Force Command.
Special Tribute
Photo taken during a home visit from a mandatory annual registration renewal conducted by Se-
tion of Social Piparo
and the BIP, the 113th anniversary of the month, when Mr. Alipio did
a brief account of his life, with
examples of good family life, serenity and joy of life (Published in BIP
No 47/2004 - Corner Story


Sep 27 2004
http://www.sdip.aer.mil.br/documentos/bip47.pdf

Subordinate to the Directorate of Intelligence (DIRINT)
Pagadoria inactive and Pensioners of Aeronautics
(PIPAR), whose main assignment consists in the payment
and assistance to Inactive and Pensioners residing in
The States of Rio de Janeiro, Espírito Santo and Minas Gerais, as a universe that encompasses more
32,000 users, conducted through Social Assistance sector, accompanied by a military GABINT
(SINT), in early September, a visit to the residence of
a d s i d o s o s ma i s a n t i g o s d FAB – Mr. AL IPIO
FRANCELINO DA SILVA, as part of the activity of
annual update my account.
Born on 15 August 1891, town of
Porziuncola-RJ, almost on the border with Minas Gerais and the
within walking distance of the city of Falls, in that State, the
Mr. Alypius began working at age 14 with
his father, with whom he learned the profession of Carpenter.
Over the years, specializes in performing services in the farms of the region, manufacturing since carts,
Bullock carts, water wheels, machines for grinding corn
and cassava, floors, doors, Windows, and everything else
needing the use of wood.
Now reside in Rio de Janeiro for thirty-five
years old, working on the pavement of streets and other services, until joining Aeronautics – Board of Directors
Engineering (DIRENG), in 1949, as Civil Servant
– Carpenter. Mr. Alypius recalls, proud, (speaking
softly, slowly, but with enviable clarity)
participated, in addition to the routine service, grandiose works such as the construction of Vila Operária de Itacolomi
and the village of Graduates of the Galleon, both on Governor's Island, today belonging to the municipality of Aeronautics
the Galleon. He retired in 1964 and claims to have been viú-
vo for forty years.
Despite having been transferred to the downtime, not
stopped working, running services carpentry, masonry and hydraulics for over twenty years, not to mention
"quebra-galho" to neighbors and friends. Whenever furava a barrel or emperrava any door or window, for
example, there was Mr. Alypius, ready to help.
A curious fact is that, after finally stop working, with more than ninety years, Mr. Alypius acquired
the healthy habit of hiking. On the occasion of
one of his tours, which stretched from Cacuia to
Galleon, or more, already 105 years old, the family received a phone call worrying: he had been hit and was, for the first time in his life, in an emergency
a hospital. Relatives and neighbors followed, afflicted, thinking the worst. To find it on the bed, finally, the emergency relief. Our elderly was well, without
no fracture or hematoma, but very worried
because the "boy" who ran over and rescued, was carrying two children in the car was very nervous with
the trampling and heart, for being evil and was passed,
No 47-July, August and September 2004
"In the eyes of young burns the flame. In the old, shines the light "(Victor Hugo).
FAR BEYOND THE THIRD AGE
DIRINT and PIPAR Visit Inactive Older Civil of FAB – 113 Years
also, being serviced in the same hospital.
Currently, Mr. Alypius longer walks again
it suffered a cataract that was him taking
the vision progressively. Had even way, because the
medicine is very early, but never used
glasses or had any type of health problem
which had to be hospitalized, chose not to risk it, because after all, was already with more than 100 years.
It is noteworthy that, despite being one of the inactive
older, constant payroll
PIPAR, Mr. Alypius maintains, as usual, the fulfillment of the prediction legal, with respect to the presentation
Paying annual to your organization.
Those who live very close to Mr. Alypius, will also
away. Your pet is little puppy with over
fifteen years ago, squandering away health. In the parameter with the
human being, must have some 80 or 90 years.
Q u a l p o d e r to s e r s e g r e d p a r a t e m a n h
longevity? After a good conversation with Mr. Alypius, arrived to simple permanent observation: physical activity, serenity and joy of living


Sep 09 2004
http://quest1.jb.com.br/jb/papel/colunas/b...0040916002.html

Your Alipio
The Paying for retirees and pensioners of Aeronautics discovered that one of their monthly checks had been intended for a retiree born in 1891.
Soon suspected of fraud - but it was a false alarm.
The phenomenon of 113 years, is called Alipio Francelino da Silva.
Carpenter then Ministry of Aviation until 1949, he lives with his family on Governor's Island.
And loves to tell stories of their time on active duty.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:53 PM (GMT)
Male - Anísio Rodrigues Alves (Dec 30 1892 - Aug 16 2009) of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Birthplace: Riachão do Jacuípe, Bahia, Brazil


Apr 25 2009
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Sep 05 2009
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Aug 18 2009
http://www.correio24horas.com.br/noticias/...-clube-bahia-1/

Your Anísio, 116 years, was the oldest supporter of Esporte Clube Bahia
Bahia's oldest man died last Sunday
By: Tatyanna Hayne | Compose MAIL

He was 3 years old when he began the war of Canudos, experienced two major world wars and witnessed the death of pop star Michael Jackson. It was with the path marked by three distinct centuries and many historic moments that lived on Monday a curtly of older men of Brazil.

Your Anísio accompanied many phases of her heart

Anísio Rodrigues Alves, 116 years, supporter of heart of Esporte Clube Bahia, not only saw his team to be founded in 1931, as was already old when the tricolour was champion of the Brazil Cup, in 1959. "My father was the eldest of Bahia supporter," says Abílio Ferreira Rodrigues, 64, son of the first marriage of Anísio.

The storyteller and "Tales", as he is remembered by family, died Sunday in Salvador, suffering from prostate cancer. Vain and humorous, Anísio always dressed well, with shirt and pants, and only opened hand of elegance to use Team Hat one day game.

Born in Riachão do Jacuípe, Bahia, Anísio, who had 4 years when Wagg was born, lived and was a prisoner of the cangaço column Prestes, in June 1926 in the village of foot of the Sierra. "He always remembered the stories lived with details. About the time the bunch of Lampião went through his homeland and when he was arrested by rebels of the column Prestes ", says Max Matos, his son-in-law.

Anísio was the main character in the documentary I saw the column About pass, Miguel Antônio Carneiro. In the video, he and other residents of Riachão do Jacuípe narrate the passage of rebels and the forces raised by Battalion Patriotic Chapada Diamantina. "The column Prestes was the most remarkable story of the life of your Anísio. He loved to tell, "recalls Matos.

Your Anísio hometown only traded by Salvador in 1961, when it became a widower for the second time. Recently, lived in the neighborhood of health, in Salvador, with his daughter Anísia Ferreira Rodrigues, 65.

The elderly never missed lucidity, but had had ten years hearing impaired and wore a cane due to limitations of age. Mason by profession and musician on the side, Anísio arrived to participate in the September 8 Philharmonic in Riachão do Jacuípe, where he played bass.

He married twice, first in 1916. Met more than 20 grandchildren, created 17 children and came to bury four. "It is difficult to calculate the amount of grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. It is a lot of people. He could have done a 3rd generation, "says son Abílio Rodrigues.

(news published in the print edition of day 18/08/2009)


Aug 16 2009
http://correio24horas.globo.com/noticias/n...go=33361&mdl=50

At 116, dies in El Salvador one of the older men in Brazil

Writing MAIL
Will be buried on Monday (17) the body of Anísio Rodrigues Alves, 116 years, had with one of the older men of Brazil. Your Anísio, as was known, lived in the neighborhood of Health in El Salvador with her daughter. He died of prostate cancer, and had poor health because of diabetes and heart problems.

Your Anísio lived in Salvador since moving from the city of Riachão Jacuípe, where he was born in 1893. Mason and musician in his spare time, he watched closely all the facts of the history of the twentieth century, and even turn her character.

In June 1926, when Riachão Jacuípe was invaded by 'Prestes', his Anísio was taken prisoner. That was one of those stories he liked to tell everyone who stopped to hear their 'stories' centenarians.


Mar 08 2009
http://noticias.uol.com.br/ultnot/multi/20...023766C4C17326=

Baiano for 116 years is seeking a new love


Mar 04 2009
http://g1.globo.com/Noticias/Brasil/0,,MUL...05-5598,00.html

04/03/09 - 8:00 a.m. - Updated 19/08/09 - 16h32
Baiano 116 years of real woman wants to find
Health Anisio lives in the neighborhood in Salvador, and has been married twice.
He had 19 children and hopes to go out with 'Amelia, who is a woman of truth. "
Glauco Araújo
G1, in São Paulo

Anisio completed 116 years in 2008 (Foto: Glauco Araújo/G1)
"I want to find one for me Amelia, Amelia because she is a woman of truth." It is so humorous that his Anisio Rodrigues Alves, 116, speaks about his age and the prospect of life for future relationships after two marriages and 19 children. He lives in District Health in El Salvador with her daughter Anissa Rodrigues Ferreira, 65.

See photos of Bahia in 116 years

He poses for photos beside the children Anisa, 65, and Abilio, 64 years (Photo: Glauco Araújo/G1)
Anisio account that he married for the first time on November 16, 1916, with Jesuina. They had 13 children. The second marriage was to Mrs. Frances, with whom he had six children. "I was and am flirtatious, you know? Woman is always a good company. I do not know who would like a man my age, but Amelia is really good woman," he said, referring to music Ataulfo ​​Alves and Mário Lago .

Former stonemason and musician - he played bass - Anisio likes to remember who lived in three centuries and boasts ample memory sometimes fails, but that still earns him laughter and emotions. "I do not think there are many people out there who has lived three centuries. The first turn of the century happened when I was 7. It looks a long time and I do not know how old I'll still live. That only God knows."

Vanity
Always stylish, even with physical limitations, because he walks with a cane, does not hear well and prostate treatment, Anisio refuses to wear shirt, even one of your team of heart, Bahia. "He's always dressed in shirt and slacks," said her daughter, Anissa.

He has used that very hat in his youth, agrees to use the cap Bahia only on special occasions, practically on match days. "It's my team heart. I do not watch many more games, but I like football, mainly from Pele," he said.

The secret of longevity, he says, is always balanced meals and at the same time. "Like beans, rice, meat and enjoy a glass of stout, but now not so much because I take the medication," he said.

Oblivious to the carnival, which shook the capital of Bahia 19-25 February, Anisio said he was moved to Salvador on August 8, 1961. He was born in the city of Riachão Jacuípe (BA), which he left to work and raise families.

History
Anisio remember passages like the country's history, as the Prestes Column and Cangaço. "I was arrested in June 1926 in the town of Pe da Serra in the Jacuípe Riachão. I took the raincoat he so enjoyed."

About Cangaço, Anísio claims to have recorded the passage of flocks of Comma Ferreira da Silva, the Lantern, in his homeland. "I do not know if he was near, but they play around a lot as they went. They say he then turned villain who killed his father."

Research
With many years of life, it is not surprising that government agencies want and do research on the authenticity of documents Anisio and also to know if he really is alive. "Imagine that I have received three letters from the Electoral Registry in the region to prove that I'm still alive. The personal doubt and just believe me when I visit," he said.

Anisio also said that its existence is questioned by the National Social Security Institute (INSS). "I always have to show I'm still here and well Vivinho."


Dec 26 2008
http://www.riachao.com/article-710-nested-0-0.html

With 116 years jacuipense Bahia is the oldest

By Leandro Matos CS
Posted on 26 December 2008 at 21h56
"Seo" Anísio lives in Salvador, capital of the state.
Riachão Jacuípe

The family Rodrigues Alves has a motivation to encourage and enhance the traditional festivities of the season. The anniversary of the clan chief, the patriarch Anísio Rodrigues Alves, who complete the 30th of December this year, 116 years old, and the Bahian oldest and probably the oldest man in the Brazil. The birthday party was anticipated for Sunday, December 28, with a lunch event at a house in the neighborhood of Nazareth in Salvador, where he will meet five generations of family members and a legion of friends, once more, to honor the birthday and celebrate this long and beautiful life trajectory.

"We decided at lunch, because it's easier for him to attend," says her daughter Anisa, an organizer of the celebrations. Born in the city of Riachão Jacuípe in the interior of Bahia, on December 30, 1892, "seo" Anísio lives in Salvador since l961, when he became a widower for the second time and moved to the state capital in search of more opportunity work and better conditions for education of children.

Example of dignity, work and perseverance, the legacy left 17 children. Fruits from two marriages-his life course covers facts that marked the history of Brazil since the late nineteenth century to the present day of the century and shows the position of a responsible householder and a model citizen, and attentive to the events concerned with the fate of the country. Today, without the vitality of the past and with the limitations due to age itself, no longer attached to national life with the same enthusiasm, but when provoked, reveals his side pick up an observer and critic of the ills that affect the interests of Brazilians .

Musician and a renowned master builder, is not complaining of luck and even considers himself a winner. "In my family there are many people graduated from the University," he said in a recent interview, celebrating the achievements of many of their descendants, which for him would not be possible if they lived under the same conditions of his time to youth. Had the natural difficulties of a poor family that lived in the countryside, but not discouraged too early and went in search of growth. He began working as a boy, as a farmer, then went musician, having joined the Philharmonic on Sept. 8, in their municipality, but quit the profession because he needed a job that would give him alguma.renda. That was when she decided to become a mason, achieving master works, profession that is held until the compulsory retirement. He worked initially and then Riachão Salvador, including reputable companies such as Smith Leoni, Constructora Norberto Odebrect and Sun.

"Seo" Anísio also recalls events that marked the history of Brazil in over 100 years, as the implementation of the republic, the concerns surrounding the first and second world wars and the persecution of the "rebels" Column Watch, which invaded Riachão more precisely the village Pé de Serra, on June 19, 1926, "leading the people to despair," as said in the interview. It also points out the damage caused by the band of Lantern, which is not passed by the council, but left families fearful, afraid a sudden invasion.

He also remembers the good events and highlights the positive regulation of labor by President Getulio Vargas in 40 years, emphasizing the definition of the workload, the creation of minimum wage and the obligation of signing the employment contract in professional portfolio. Do you think the situation today is better than in the past, when there were no jobs for people who could work and it was very difficult explorado.Uma hearing for better monitoring of the facts of the current policy, but even so, it does become aware of what is happening. "Lula took a lot of time wasting, but after I got there not go out at all," he said in an interview in late 2007, when she celebrated the 115 years. Showing on the opportunity, some sympathy for the president, without, however, able to hide the cunning and wisdom of a genuine and good swing.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:54 PM (GMT)
Male - Maximiano José dos Santos (Feb 22 1893 - Apr 25 2006) of Corumbá, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Bom Conselheiro, Pernambuco, Brazil


Feb 27 2010
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Feb 24 2011
http://revistapantaneira.com.br/2011/02/24...ente-maximiano/

NAVY HONORS ITS ICON WETLAND, LT. MAXIMIANO
Posted on February 24, 2011
Ceremony marked the 118th anniversary of birth of Maximian Jose dos Santos, Lt. Maximiano

Command ceremony on the 6th Naval District scored, on Tuesday (22), the 118 th birth anniversary of Lt. Maximiano José dos Santos, considered an icon of the Navy of Brazil in the Pantanal. Died April 25, 2006, aged 113, the birth of Pernambuco, but wetland heart, was remembered during an ecumenical service at the Hotel Transit Naval District, led by Captain Lieutenant Moliterno Paulo Roberto da Costa, Naval Chaplain.

The event was chaired by the Commander of the 6th Naval District, Rear Admiral Domingos Savio de Almeida Nogueira, and was attended by mayors Ruiter Cunha de Oliveira (PT), Corumbá, and José Antonio Assad and Faria (PT) of Ladário; by president of the Society of Friends of the Navy (sound) Ladário-Corumbá, the doctor Nilton Lins Grey Otto; councilors of both cities Pantanal, as well as civil and military authorities, as well as relatives of Lt. Maximiano and members of the Flotilla Command of Mato Grosso.

Maximian José dos Santos was reminded by Mayor Ruiter as a "person dedicated, unselfish" and had "lots of love for the Motherland." For the Chief Executive, Lieutenant "is an example for the young and corumbaenses ladarenses. The commander Dominic Savio said that the honor represents the beginning of a tradition in command of the District of Ladário. "Today we won a radio station and we also have a hero," he said, recalling the reading portion of the Agenda, signed by the commander of Flotilla de Mato Grosso, Cap-de-Mar-e-Guerra Wagner da Costa Freitas, who cited "part of his life, showing how heroic this man was. We need heroes and we needed to do this tribute. "

Domingos Savio recalled that Lieutenant Maximian marked its passage by the Navy of Brazil and a recognition of the vessel was baptized in Hospital Care "Lieutenant Maximian." The commander, next to the son of Maximian Jose dos Santos, Plato Capurro dos Santos, 80, paid tribute to Lt. affixing floral beside a picture of the hero wetland. Moved, Plato said that "the Navy has prevented my father would outlaw. He had a spectacular military career, a Northeast who came here and got excited with the Pantanal. I have a hero father, "he concluded.

Trajectory

Maximian's career was marked by his participation in a World War II aboard the battleship "Sao Paulo" and the 2nd World War, aboard the Monitor "Parnaíba. In March 1944, received praise, along with Captain Norton Boiteaux Demaria, recorded in the log book, by the decision and courage with which both entered the boiler room of the Monitor "Parnaíba" to put out a fire when the ship sailed at sea, escorting merchant ships which were included on a train.

In 1946 he was transferred to the reserve on the paid post of First Lieutenant after 36 years and 08 months of active service, having fixed his residence in Ladário. "All I know and everything I am I owe to Navy. The Navy of Brazil was my second mother. I left her, looking back. And if the Navy still call me, come back with much pride and would start all over again, "said Maximian in life.


Apr 25 2006
http://www.tre-ms.gov.br/noticias/noticia928.html

DIES OLDEST VOTER OF THE STATE

Campo Grande, 25/04/2006 - died today at around 13h, in Corumbá, aged 113, Maximin Jose dos Santos, the oldest voter in the state. Resident Ladário, Maximian was a retired seaman and became a person known for its activities in the Navy and their participation in civic and commemorative moments that city.

In 2004, when he voted, told reporters that he was fulfilling his duty as a citizen and that felt good to leave home to exercise their citizenship and vote with conscience. Asked about the reason which led him to vote all these years, it no longer being forced to vote for more the 70 years since, he replied: "voting is a duty for all Brazilians and I want to set an example for my country" .

Last year, the Regional Electoral Tribunal of Mato Grosso do Sul did a tribute to him, handing him a Medal Commemorating the 60th anniversary of Elections, in order that, throughout his life, has always made Maximian question to vote and participate in the political life of their country and contribute, through their vote to Brazilian democracy.

Maximian Jose dos Santos, left four children, 14 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Below is your resume and life story.

Curriculum Voter oldest Lord MAXIMIANO JOSE DOS SANTOS

Date of Birth: February 22, 1893

Hometown: Palm Indian - Alagoas - in the town of Mountain Gap

Affiliation: Marcelino dos Santos and Jose Leite de Albuquerque Azilina

It has 4 children, 14 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.

Infancy: the origin of a humble family, he began working in agriculture very early to help support his mother and siblings. In 1913, aged 20 years old, still illiterate, voluntarily presented himself as a sailor and was hired by the Port of Alagoas. In 1915, engaged in definitely as Navy Seaman Stoker. During the first World War, toured several countries, travel supplies to allied countries. During this period left the Battleship Sao Paulo and was serving in the Navy boarded the battleship Nebraska and posteiormente in South Carolina. In 1920 he was promoted to Seaman 2nd Class. That same year, the Commission did the Kings of Belgium when they visited Brazil. On November 25, 1920, received the Medal of the Order of Leopold II, to commemorate the crossing of the Atlantic, granted by Reil Albert of Belgium. On December 31, 1920, received the Bronze Medal of the Order of the Crown conferred by King Albert of Belgium, as a sign of warmth and gratitude to King Albert with Maximian Seaman 2nd Class Jose dos Santos. In 1922, he moved to Ladário and here embarked in Notice Oiapoque. In 1923 he was promoted to Seaman 1st Class, he returned to Rio de Janeiro and boarded the destroyer Amazon. In 1925, promoted to corporal, and embarked again on the monitor Ladário Pernambuco. In 1926 the breakthrough year for the Maximin. On April 17, married Capurro Macedonia and in the same year he returned to Rio de Janeiro to study. In 1930, he was promoted to 3rd Sgt. In 1931 he was promoted to 2nd Sergeant and in 1933, to 1st Sgt. That same year, did justice to the Silver Medal for 20 years of service. On November 22, 1934, received the Cross of the Campaign from 1914 to 1919, granted by the President to have served in the Division Naval Warfare Operations. On November 22, 1934, received the Inter Allied Victory Medal commemorating the first World War granted by the President. In 1936 he was promoted to petty officer. On February 15, 1937, was appointed to serve as engineer in charge Towed Salles de Carvalho, the ship stayed in Ladário bound for Rio de Janeiro on April 7, 1937. On 08 October 1938, presented himself on board the monitor Parnaíba in Ladário including driving machines. During the 2nd World War, went to Bahia and served in the Eastern Naval Command. In March 1944, was praised along with Captain Norton Demaria Boiteaux and deserved record in the log book, by the decision and courage with which he entered the Plaza de Parnaiba Monitor boilers in order to suffocate the fire erupted at the site where the vessel , sailing on the high seas, in escort service to merchant ships which were included in a train. In 1943, he received the Medal of Service of war with two stars for the services rendered during the 2nd World War, alongside the United Nations against the Axis countries in cooperation with the forces of the 4th Squadron of the U.S., performing various tasks for fight the common enemy, to ensure maritime communications required to obtain victory. In 1946, he went to Remunerated Reserve as 2nd lieutenant. On July 3, 1952, received the Gold Medal in recognition of the good military service for over 30 years. In 1952, he was promoted to the rank of 1st Lieutenant and Reformed. On September 2, 1976, was Mayor of Ladário, the title of "Citizen Ladarense. On November 13, 1979 was named Chevalier of the Degree of Naval Merit in recognition of services rendered to the Navy reported in Brazil. On April 2, 1993, received from the Municipality of Corumbá, the title of "Citizen Corumbaense. On March 15, 2004, received the Legislative Assembly of Mato Grosso do Sul, the title "Citizen of South Mato Grosso." On March 15, 2004, he received the Union Navy Personnel inactive Campo Grande, the title of "Patron".

Currently, 1st Lt. Maximiano, follows the same rhythm of life that made him one of the most beloved and respected residents of Ladário. The Sugar Cane Juice, Brown Sugar and the Molasses produced at their sites were, in most cases, the only source of food for the needy population in the outskirts of the city.

A strong personality, his smile wide, frank look, turned him into one easy to admire, difficult to imitate and impossible to hate.

For all the qualities that link him and admire, Lt. Maximiano has only one explanation: "All I know and all I am I owe to Navy. The Navy of Brazil was my second mother. I left her, looking back. And if the Navy still call me, come back with much pride and would start all over again. "

LIST OF VESSELS The 1st TENET MAXIMIANO JOSE DOS SANTOS ESTEVE board:

Battleship Deodoro
Ship Flexa
Amazon destroyer
Transport Ship Carlos Gomes
Merchant Ship Mandu
Destroyer Maranhão
Battleship Minas Gerais
Battleship Sao Paulo
U.S. Navy battleship Nebraska
Battleship South Caroline U.S. Navy
Warning Oiapoque
Monitor Pernambuco
Ship Vital de Oliveira
Tugboat Salles de Carvalho
Monitor Parnaíba
MEDALS:

Bronze Medal of the Order of Leopold II - 25/11/1920
Bronze Medal of the Order of the Crown - 31/12/1920
Military Medal Bronze
Silver Medal
Cross Campaign Medal from 1914 to 1919 - 22/11/1934
Victory Medal World War 1 - 22/11/1934
Service Medal with two stars of War (WWII) - 1943
Gold Medal - 03/07/1952
Degree of Chevalier Medal of Naval Merit - 13/12/1979 - In recognition of his signal service rendered to the Navy of Brazil.
KEY FACTS:

The handshake from Queen Elizabeth of Belgium, for being the man most worthy of Maple.
The crossing of the Port of Kardfih in England to Buenos Aires. 33 days were just watching the sky and sea.
The courage and bravery of its crew True Wolves of the sea.
The actor of bravery and courage of decision Sub-officer Maximian when José dos Santos was the 1st to enter the Plaza de Parnaiba Monitor boiler that burned in flames.
CHEERS:

By Notice No. 1553 of 07/12/1940 of the Minister of the Navy Vice Admiral Henry Aristides chatter.
By Notice No. 1592 of 13/09/1941 of the President.
COMMISSIONS:

Directorate of Military Personnel
Hydrographic Ship "Vital de Oliveira" (03/26/1936)
Tug Sales Oak (03/08/1937)
Parnaíba Monitor (02/08/1938)


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http://naviosbrasileiros.com.br/ngb/T/T075/T075-NB.html

First Lieutenant Maximian Jose dos Santos

Lt. Maximiano José dos Santos was born on February 22, 1893, at Good Counsel, Pernambuco. In 1913, at age 20, presented himself voluntarily, being hired by the Port of Alagoas as Seaman 3rd Class. In 1917, engaged in definitely as Navy Seaman Stoker.

During the first World War, serving in the Division Naval Warfare Operations, made ​​several trips to supply the allies on board the Battleship Sao Paulo , from where he landed to serve in the Navy, initially on the Battleship "Nebraska" and then in "South Carolina" .

In 1919 he was promoted to Seaman 2nd Class, and in 1921, Seaman 1st Class, returning to Rio de Janeiro to board the Destroyer Amazon . In 1922, he moved to Ladário, starting to serve notice board Oiapoque . Upon being promoted to the Cape in 1925, embarked on Monitor Pernambuco . In 1926, he returned to Rio de Janeiro to
study. He was promoted to Sergeant in March 1929, 2nd Sergeant in 1930 and a First Sergeant in 1933. That same year, lived up to the Silver Medal after 20 years of relevant services.

On November 22, 1934, was awarded the Medal of Victory "and the" Cross Campaign "for their exploits in World War 1.

By 1936, won promotion to Warrant Officer. Appointed to serve on the Flotilla of Mato Grosso, presented in February 1937, in charge of machinery in Tug Sales de Carvalho , and in October of 1938 as conductor of machinery on board the Monitor Parnaíba . The ship went to Salvador, in April 1943 due to his transfer to the Eastern Naval Command in order to fulfill tasks of escorting convoys and patrolling the harbor during the 2nd World War. By their actions in this conflict, was awarded the Medal of War Service with two stars. "

It is worth noting that in March 1944, then-Petty Officer Maximian was praised, and earned record in the log book, by the act of bravery, decisiveness and courage for being the first to enter the Plaza de Parnaiba Boiler Monitor, which burned in flames, to quell the blaze erupted at that place when sailing in the escort service to merchant ships which were included on a train.

In 1945, the ship returned to the Flotilla of Mato Grosso in Ladário. In 1946, he went to Remunerated Reserve as 2nd lieutenant, with over 30 years of service, and in 1952 was promoted to the rank of 1st Lieutenant, being refurbished in 1953.

For much of his life, he served in the area of ​​the Command of the 6th Naval District, becoming a symbol for the region and received the titles of "Citizen Ladarense," "Citizen Corumbaense" and "Citizen" Sulmato-Grosso. "

A strong personality, his smile broad and frank look became Lt. Maximiano someone easy to admire, difficult to imitate and impossible to hate.

For all its qualities, the very Lieutenant Maximian had only one explanation: "All I know and everything I am I owe to Navy. The Navy of Brazil was my second mother. I left it, looking back. And even if the Navy called me today, come back with much pride and would start all over again. "

Lieutenant Maximian died on April 25, 2006, aged 113, in Corumbá, Mato Grosso do Sul, leaving as his legacy remarkable career, as a result of his unshakeable belief in our institution and many years of dedication to the Navy of Brazil.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:55 PM (GMT)
Male - Augusto Guilherme da Cunha (May 15 1893) of Petrolina de Goiás, Goiás, Brazil
Birthplace: Itauna, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Aug 15 2011
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Jul 04 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xBjug2MD2Q

Lives in Goiás man with 119 years. Guilherme Augusto de Cunha demonstrates an unusual lucidity and believes that faith in God is the reason greater longevity.


Aug 16 2011
http://www.noticiasdeitauna.com.br/noticia...elhos-do-mundo/

With 118 years, itaunense may be the oldest man in the world

Living in Petrolina de Goias, 77 km from Goiânia, the itaunense Guilherme Augusto Cunha can be considered one of the older men in the world. He was born in 1893. Guilherme Augusto Cunha, known as Augustine, completed in May this year, 118 years.

The retiree was married twice, had eight children and 15 grandchildren. Interestingly, in his two marriages wives Augustine had the same name, to avoid confusion, the registrar that registered the union demanded that the second woman to change the name. For seven years that the retiree's widowed second wife and, until today, women remember with emotion: "All I earned two others," he recalls.

In a radio stack, Augustine hears the novena every Tuesday and he said he delivered the faith of many addictions in the past. "Father God have mercy on me and make me give up cigarettes and drinks that are making me sick. Then, everything collapsed, "he says.

Every day at 7 am, the retiree is walking alone to enjoy the weather is cooler. He also fails to take drink and eat only natural foods, without preservatives.

Augustine lives today with one of the daughters that helps feed and medicines, and confirms that the fame of his father "owl": "He is very picky about things. He is jealous of us and think we never grow, "he says.

According to the National Social Security Institute (INSS), exist in the region, three more people with more than one hundred years. One in Pirenopolis, a resident and another Goianápolis Anápoils.


Aug 15 2011
http://g1.globo.com/goias/noticia/2011/08/...m-118-anos.html

Aged 118 years reveals secrets of longevity in Petrolina de Goias
Born in 1893, it can be considered the oldest man in the world. There, in the region, more people over three hundred years, says Social Security.

A resident of Petrolina de Goias, 77 km from Goiania, can be considered one of the older men in the world. Born in 1893 in the city of Itauna (MG), Guilherme Augusto Cunha, known as Augustine, completed in May this year, 118 years.
The retiree was married twice, had eight children and 15 grandchildren. Interestingly, in his two marriages wives Augustine had the same name, to avoid confusion, the registrar that registered the union demanded that the second woman to change the name. For seven years that the retiree's widowed second wife and, until today, women remember with emotion: "All I earned two others," he recalls.
In a radio stack, Augustine hears the novena every Tuesday and he said he delivered the faith of many addictions in the past. "Father God have mercy on me and make me give up cigarettes and drinks that are making me sick. Then, everything collapsed, "he says.
Every day at 7 am, the retiree is walking alone to enjoy the weather is cooler. He also fails to take drink and eat only natural foods, without preservatives.
Augustine lives today with one of the daughters that helps feed and medicines, and confirms that the fame of his father "owl": "He is very picky about things. He is jealous of us and think we never grow, "he says.
According to the National Social Security Institute (INSS), exist in the region, three more people with more than one hundred years. One in Pirenopolis, a resident and another Goianápolis Anápoils.


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Female - Elzira Rogelin (Sep 13 1893 - Aug 22 2009) of Concórdia, Santa Catarina, Brazil
Birthplace: Marau, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:56 PM (GMT)
Female - Doralina Borba (Jan 22 1894) of Montenegro, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Estrela, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


Jan 28 2009
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Jan 22 2013
http://www.fatonovo.com.br/ler.php?id=4189

Montenegrin hits record
119 years and complete

Doralina Borba can be considered the oldest woman in the world

Owner Doralina Borba woke up early yesterday morning, Tuesday. "You know what today is mother?" Asked her daughter Eronita de Oliveira. "It's January 22," he added. "So it's my birthday," smiled Grandma Dora, his voice feeble and clueless on how old was completing.

By cell phone, spoke with Doralina other daughters and family.

"Today is my birthday. Want a cookie very soft and moist," said her daughter Nena. He said he was doentinha and feeble.

"I have many years. Neither know how many," he said. And to remember the sons and other relatives, weeping at the memory of those who have died.

Of their nine children, four have died. "Created more like eight, and grandchildren, and great grandchildren," says Eronita.

In some moments, Doralina remembers his childhood and youth.

Reminds of when he worked on the farm, in the town of Beija-Flor, inside the city of Star, where he was born. "She is varying.

Remember when killed pig to morcilha. And until the births of their children, "says Eronita." Shout that will plant beans and light a fire to cook food, "he adds. But it also has moments of lucidity." Someday asked for a bean soup and ate a lot, "she recalls.

Owner Doralina spends all his time in bed. Eronita sits slightly on her head, along with religious imagery and prayers. "The mother is urged to most. Had already fallen much more. Hopefully will last quite yet," twists. Pray daily, ask for the help of children and other relatives. And with kindness, smiles with joy and remember the times that were played by boys at dances inside. "She even sewed their dresses to go to the dances," says Eronita.

"Tell stories and laugh," he says. And took advantage of this to ask the Teixeirinha a song, "Old Drover", to be played on Radio America station you listen daily. But also had homage, with congratulations to you, while the owner Eronita sought a cake in the supermarket.

The Grandma Dora eats little. Like soup, corn bread with cream and pork sausage. "She likes strong thing," smiles the daughter. Outstanding for more than 50 years in Montenegro, where he is cared for by her daughter Eronita.

In the first reports of the Fact New, now close to a hundred years, yet capinava in front of house. He faced several floods. The last of them was removed by firefighters and Caico almost turned when a car passed. But he won a new house, taller and comfortable, providing more security and preventing flooding in the event of flooding.

Fright at the turn of the year
At dawn on January 1 this year Eronita owner suffered a big scare. Doralina was very scared due to rocket around 3:30 and ended up falling out of bed. Alone, Mrs. Eronita, 73, managed to lift the mother. "They were the arms of God who helped me," he says, noting that Doralina forehead bleeding profusely. It was requested the help of the medical staff of Samu, who took Grandma Dora Hospital Montenegro. It took nine points, but has recovered and the lesion healed.
Each year the report back of the house Doralina, hoping to return next year. And despite her age she looks stronger and lively. The family is also growing. In addition to the nine children and many other creative, has 17 grandchildren, over thirty great grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren.

Grandma Dora appears in the list of supercentenárias
In Wikipedia, the Internet encyclopedia, Doralina Borba appears in the list of the world's oldest supercentenarians. In her identity card states the date of birth of January 22, 1894, but 119 years is a presumed age. It is that it was recorded after the birth, which was common at that time, especially among residents of the interior. Representatives of the Guinness Book of World Records have attempted in touch with family, but chose not to pass Eronita owner information, fearing that turmoil could cause a health problem for his mother.
When he turned 115 years Doralina owner received many journalists, television stations, radio stations and newspapers. It was national news. The local consulate Sorority presented him with a shirt and was featured on the website of the tricolor as gremista older, a true immortal. The move caused concern in Eronita owner because the mother became very agitated and so are not made more big parties. The only report that is received is still the New Apparel and Radio America.
Probably owns Doralina is the oldest woman in the world and is so twisted remains. This is thanks to healthy habits and faith, combined with the love and affection of Eronita daughter and other relatives and friends.
The woman who was considered the world's oldest by the Guinness Book was an American who died last December for 115 years. The older man, a Japanese, has also 115 years. Therefore, we can consider the Montenegrin Doralina Borba as the record holder, having celebrated its 119 years yesterday. And with faith next year will reach 120 years.


Jan 31 2012
http://www.fatonovo.com.br/ler.php?id=3546

Doralina BORBA IS ONE OF THE OLDER WOMEN'S WORLD

"You know what today is mother? Is Sunday, January 22," said de Oliveira Eronita. "So I'm birthday," said the mother Doralina Borba, drawing a smile. But she could not answer how old was celebrating. Could, are many. But the identity card proves: they are 118 years.

There was a party. Eronita, 72, says her mother is too feeble and shaking him nervous. Few family members and friends who visited Doralina on his birthday. It does not matter to receive a lot of people. "I'm not. I have dizziness, headache and stomachache. Arrodeia The house," complains, seeing the sun through the window. "It's good afternoon or good night?" He asked.

Doralina is considered one of the older women in the world.

Natural location of Beija-Flor, inside Star, he has lived for over fifty years in Montenegro. She had eight children and many other creative, besides 17 grandchildren, over thirty great grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren. Grandma Dora, as it is called, is almost all the time in bed. "She does not leave for fear of falling," he explains Eronita. Eat little, pretty much just baby food. It also says little, because of difficulty hearing. Sometimes has some lucid moments, remembering the past, as he liked to dances, the songs on the Teixeirinha and crack a smile. Reminds of when I worked in the fields, planting the crop and taking care of animals such as pigs and chickens.

Three years ago, when he turned 115 years, Doralina made headlines nationally and even internationally. Several journalists were in his house in the neighborhood Industrial, noting the anniversary of one of the older women in the world. The consulate also sent representatives of the Guild and highlighted it as the gremista older.

Doralina received many gifts, such as tri-color T-shirt and many honors.

Now Eronita prefer not to receive a lot of people to Grandma Dora does not get agitated. Representatives of the Guinness Book of Records - the record books, came into contact, as shown in Doralina Wikipedia (internet encyclopedia) as one of the oldest in the world.

Journalists have also tried to make new materials. But Eronita, concerned about the health of the mother, chose to avoid disclosure. Just received the report from New Fact after much persuasion and because many years ago that the paper records the centennial anniversary of Grandma.

Floods
Luckily Doralina is a new home, much higher. So did not have to leave the residence in the four floods last year.

"They missed four fingers to get water," recalls her daughter Eronita, worried and remembering the last time the two had to leave and Caico almost turned to Grandma Dora.

The longevity formula, as previously revealed itself Doralina, the healthy habits and not exaggerate the power.

As worked in agriculture and had registered New Fact Grandma Centennial weeding in his yard, Grandma Dora always fed on healthy food such as beans, potatoes and steamed clay. Avoided red meat (beef), eating only chicken and pork. And drink juice. Also avoiding fried foods and products with preservatives and pesticides. Never drank or smoked. Today eats like a child, baby food, berry, oats and yogurt. Receives the love and affection of his daughter Eronita. And both pray daily before bedtime. The Bible is beside the bed, also surrounded by prayers and messages of thanks to God.


Oct 11 2011
http://www.futebolnarede.com.br/noticias/v....php?var=100829

More Gremista old world has 109 years

109 years Evangelisto celebrated on the last day 08/10

Only even a club as Grêmio passion and their fans can lead to exciting stories like this:
Evangelisto Gomes da Silva, a native of Albardão – Rio Pardo and there are 50 years living in Santa Cruz do Sul, can be considered probably the more gremista Worldof old. Older than the very existence of the Club, completed 109 years on the last day of October 08.

Evangelisto joins gremista Doralina Borba, Montenegro, which in December concluded 117 years, being considered, including, the older woman in the world. In 2009, the official website of Grêmio recorded his feast of 115 birthday.

Evangelisto does not listen and not talk since he was born, but this was never twist hindrance to his time of heart byTV. Despite the age, Evangelisto is lucid and if getting around with ease by friends being known as the true Immortal Tricolor.

On the afternoon of last Saturday, the world's oldest gremista supporter was duly honored with a big party theme with the colors of the club organized by the Gremio's Honorary Consul, Nelson Kich. In addition, in ever meeting organized by the local Consulate, in August, received an official shirt from President Paulo Odone.


Jan 23 2009
http://www.fatonovo.com.br/ler.php?id=1649...29c4ff7b553067b

Doralina completes 115 years
and relatives who know
never seen

MONTENEGRINA BECAME FAMOUS AND WAS FEATURED IN MANY REPORTS

Last year, when Ms. Borba Doralina celebrated 114 years, the report of the Fact and the New America Radio was the only one present at the birthday party. Already this year the centenary of the grandmother room became too small for the army of reporters, photographers and cameramen who recorded the Montenegrin erase 115 years of the candles.

TV stations such as RBS, Record and Pampa as well as several newspapers and radio grandmother Dora highlighted as one of the oldest women in the world. She got tired of doing interviews.

The room of the modest house located on the corner of Assis Brazil and Julio de Castillos, neighborhood Industrial, was small in the afternoon of Thursday, June 22. Many people waited in the kitchen or even outside. Owner Doralina, used to spend most time in bed and being nursed by her daughter and granddaughter Eronita adoptive Michele, was frightened by the intense movement. Even so, answered questions with friendly, smiling when asked about his formula for longevity, the balls that used to go inside and the crowd for Gremio, his club in the heart.

Many were familiar with the shirt on the anniversary of the Guild, including the youngest grandchild, William Hendges of 9 months, which owns Doralina not know and who was keen to get on his lap. The consulate has faded in Montenegro, through the consul Jeferson Paim and deputy consul Hélio Araújo Soares, extended a huge tricolor flag room in the house and handed over a birthday present for official club shirt. The site of the Guild, Doralina was featured as the world's oldest gremista. "She was born eight years before the founding of the club," the site with photos and information provided by New Suit. The People's Post newspaper yesterday also gave wide prominence in the front and back cover, through pictures and data from the New Fact.

"I'm very happy. I liked everything," said owner Doralina on the birthday party. Many people and companies cooperating with the party, where he received the family. The Supermarket IMEC, state Rep. Paul Azeredo and relatives took pies, pastries, snacks and soda. It was a much bigger party than in recent years. Family came from distant cities, as Muçum, Paved, Star, Charmed, and canoes. "Many relatives we never knew," says Eronita. Just Muçum, where relatives were told of the report by Doralina New Fact on the Internet, a topic came eleven people, including three great grandchildren. "We just knew the picture on the internet for Grandma," said her granddaughter Maria Beatriz Ulmi quite emotional.

Doralina said the formula for longevity and healthy habits are not indulging in food. Do not eat red meat (beef), pork and chicken only. As Eronita, she likes juice, dough, potatoes and steamed beans stirred. Avoid fried foods and products with preservatives and pesticides. And never drank or smoked.

America Radio listener, loves the music of Teixeirinha. As the son George Borba, the mother is the natural location of Hummingbird, inside Star, and has lived for more than 40 years in Montenegro. She had eight children and one of creation. There were four men, and only George, 76, is still alive.

Among the relatives, children, 17 grandchildren would Doralina owns more than thirty grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren. Since it was considered the oldest woman in the world, says Eronita barely has had time to take care of the mother, as many reporters and people have wanted him to know Grandma supercentenarian. For next year the relatives think of a greater feast. After all, it will be 116 years, something unbelievable to this day.


Jan 23 2009
http://g1.globo.com/Noticias/Brasil/0,,MUL...67-5598,00.html

01/23/2009 - 17h51 - Updated 23/01/2009 - 17h51
Woman completes 115 years in RS
Grandmother won a Dora shirt Sorority Gift.
Born in 1894, she celebrated with children, grandchildren and even great grandchildren.
G1, in São Paulo, with information from ClicRBS *

Grandmother Dora is 115 years in the RS (Photo: Miro de Souza / Zero Hour / Ag. RBS)
Along with children, grandchildren, and even great grandchildren, celebrated 115 years Doralina Borba on Thursday (22). Born in Star (RS), she currently lives with his family in Montenegro (RS).

According to the document of identity, she was born on January 22, 1894. If the data is correct, it is among older women in the world.

Grandmother Dora, as she is called, won one of this shirt has faded, his team's heart.


Jan 23 2009
http://sempreimortal.wordpress.com/2009/01...mista-115-anos/

Doralina Borba, Gremista, 115 years
Published 23/01/2009 by gfbpa
MAIL OF THE PEOPLE
PORTO ALEGRE, FRIDAY, 23 JANUARY 2009

Doralina Borba, gremista, 115 years

Billed as the world's oldest gremista, Doralina Borba yesterday completed 115 years. A resident of the street Assis Brazil, Industrial district, in Montenegro, she celebrated another birthday with the presence of children, grandchildren, and greatgrandchildren.
Doralina is considered the oldest woman in the world. According to an article published on the site fatonovo.com (portal Valley Fall), signed by the reporter Guilherme Baptista, two women who had recently died 115 years. One was the U.S. and died in November last year. The other, a Portuguese national, passed away on January 2.
According to the Geriatric Research Group, based in the United States, the oldest woman in the world would now be an American born on April 6, 1894. Doralina was born the same year but three months before. This is the date given on his identity card and birth certificate, registered in 1974 in Montenegro. As the courthouse, he was made a declaratory registration for the issuance of birth certificates.
This is an entry made after the deadline, when the person has no birth certificate, which is based on declarations and witnesses. It is a petition granted by the courts after they met all legal requirements.
Doralina is fan of Grêmio. The curious fact is that she is older than the club. The Guild will complete 106 years in 2009. Last year, she won a club shirt, a gift from a nephew colorado. This year posed for photos alongside members of the Sorority consulate in Montenegro.
'She speaks little, spends most of her time lying, but always remember to smile on the face of the dances he attended. He says he liked to listen to the songs on Teixeirinha ', tells the reporter Guilherme Baptista, who some years ago came with the anniversary celebrations of the Dona Doralina. Yesterday, to celebrate 115 years, the world's oldest gremista visited by three great-grandchildren did not know.


Jan 22 2009
http://www.gremio.net/news/view.aspx?id=7095&language=0

Considered one of the older women in the world, Ms. Borba Doralina completes 115 years on Thursday, the city of Montenegro, where he lives.
Born eight years before the founding of the Guild, which owns Tri Doralina chosen as the team's heart to say that dreams of winning a T-shirt Club.
The date on which celebrates another birthday, is hoping to receive the visit of those responsible for the Guinness record for approval as a woman (and gremista) World's oldest person.

The Guild participates in this celebration saluting the supercentenarian.


Jan 20 2009
http://www.fatonovo.com.br/ler.php?id=1641...4519da2d4022dd7

Every year the New Fact records the anniversary of an illustrious Montenegro, which is among the oldest women in the world. And tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 22, Doralina Borba, a resident of the neighborhood street Assis Brazil Industrial, will be celebrating 115 years of life.

At this age, owner Doralina can be considered the oldest woman in the world. Two women, who had 115 years, died recently - one American and one Portuguese in November last Jan. 2. According to the Geriatric Research Group, based in the United States, the oldest woman in the world would now be an American born on April 6, 1894.

Doralina was born the same year but three months before. This is the date given on his identity card and birth certificate registered in 1974 in Montenegro. As the courthouse, he was made a declaratory registration for the issuance of birth certificates.

This is an entry made after the deadline, when the person has no birth certificate, which is based on declarations and witnesses. But a petition is granted by the courts after they met all legal requirements.

Last year, the report followed the celebration of 114 years of Dona Doralina also broadcast live by Radio America. Grandma Centennial received daughters, grandchildren, and greatgrandchildren. "She is very feeble," says the daughter Eronita de Oliveira, 69. "She eats very little. He likes yogurt, fruit salad, potato and soup.

Sometimes a little talking, but is virtually alone in bed, "he added. In the last birthday, revealed that he would receive the gift of a shirt has faded, his club's heart. And it was a nephew colorado, wearing the shirt of Inter, that led to this the shirt of the tricolor.

Eronita says he will again have a party this Thursday, since it is a historic day. And Grandma Dora have even made headlines statewide. The Zero Hora newspaper of last Friday highlighted the "granny supercentenarian." And he said the formula for longevity owner Doralina: healthy habits, work in the land and the fact he never drank or smoked. A nice, it still provides some laughs, especially when asked about the dances that went inside. Account that loved to dance and the guys came to fight to take away. She had eight legitimate children and created five more, and more than twenty grandchildren, great grandchildren, great grandchildren, nephews and other relatives.

The expectation is that Ms. Borba Doralina still alive for several years, so their longevity is recorded in the Guinness Book - the record books, and Montenegro is well known internationally as the city's oldest woman in the world.


Aug 18 2007
http://www.fatonovo.com.br/ler.php?id=619&...69fcc33a391cada

Montenegro may be among the world's oldest
JAPANESE THAT PASSED AWAY WAS THE OLDER TO 114 YEARS

The New Suit has published several articles about Ms. Doralina Borba. She turned 113 years old last January 22. As in Monday afternoon, 13 days, died of a Japanese 114 years it was the oldest woman in the world, certainly Doralina with a year less, is among the oldest people on the planet.
As we are in August and Doralina his birthday in January, Montenegro already has 113 and a half years and is very close to 114. It is probably also one of the oldest in Brazil. And health has to go further. Shows the ID card that records their date of birth: January 22, 1894.
Resident Assis Brazil in the street, the neighborhood Industrial Doralina Eronita lives with her daughter, 65. Eat little and complains of pain, but even with the difficulties resulting from age, walks through the house and smiles at the memory of the dances that participated. "She is very feeble," cites Eronita, believing it is due to the constant changes in temperature. "Practically out of bed," he adds, showing the mother under the covers. The memory, however, is very good. "Do not forget to lock the door," he said, when her daughter left the house. And in the back was already sitting on the couch, waiting. "She wants to be independent. Come alone and do not want help," says Eronita, who on Thursday was honored for her birthday.
GUINNESS
When completed Doralina 113 years, the oldest woman in the world was a canacense 115 years, which died. Already on Monday afternoon died on Yone Minagawa, 114 years that had passed to the eldest She was born on January 4, 1893, exactly one year before Doralina.
We have not had more news about who is currently the oldest woman in the world. Among men, omais old planet is Japan's Tomoji Tanabe, 111 years.
The expectation is that Doralina still live long enough, to be recorded in Guinness Book - the Book of Records as the world's oldest Montenegrin, which would also disclose the name of Montenegro for the entire planet.
FLOOD
The house where Doralina lives with her daughter and granddaughter is being raised. "I was so rotten that yielded" says Eronita. She remembers that at last month's flood in July, the mother had to be removed Doralina Caicos, with the help of firefighters, because the water was already waist. "I thought I would lose everything," he feared. Went to the home of another daughter and now the residence is being renovated. So are the three sleeping in the same room and the house has just one more piece, which was divided between the kitchen and living room.
In two weeks since the reform should be ready, after returning with two bedrooms, living room and kitchen. "But it will be a foot taller," cites Eronita, mourning the loss of her husband, José Ademar de Oliveira, 66, last June 11. "He helped us a lot. He went out for help because his mother was not well. As I was talking to my sister, had a sudden attack and died," recalls sadly.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:57 PM (GMT)
Female - Ana Maria de Jesus (Apr 21 1894) of Ribeirão Claro, Paraná, Brazil
Birthplace: Rio Prêto, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Jul 30 2006
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...le/message/6185


May 15 2006
http://www.ribeiraoclaro.com.br/noticias/detalhes.asp?id=633

Pioneer came to the city before the advent of Ribeirao Claro

Ribeirão Claro - Monday, 15/05/2006 15:32

Dona Ana Maria de Jesus came to town when Ribeirão Claro
still called Taquaral At 112 years, yet the strength and experience
are
recognized by the city who helped colonize

It brings the marks on his face that time could not erase.
Dona Ana Maria de Jesus came to Stream Of course even before the
municipality receives this name. Born in Rio Preto (RJ), 21
April 1894, Ms. Ana Maria celebrated 112 years and is considered
Today the oldest woman in the city, perhaps even the region. In
parade celebrating 98 years of Ribeirão course, she was a
the honorees. In fact, the only pioneer still alive.

A widow since 1962, chose not to hold any other relationship and
only devote themselves to care of her daughter's wedding which took
35 years with the Baptist Alves. Indeed, the only daughter, Benedicta Alves
Antonio de Jesus, now deceased, gave her 10 grandchildren (one died soon after
childbirth), 23 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Today she lives with her son-in
Joshua Anthony, known as Ephraim, pastor of The Church To Brazil
Cristo de Ribeirão Claro.

In the interview with Dona Ana Maria, is he who helps us. Despite the
lucidity of its 112 years and seen almost perfect, no need to
help from someone in the family, since hearing is impaired. Ephraim
proudly recounts the stories told by Ms. Ana Maria. He
also comments on the first child who died soon after
birth. According to him, like medicine at the time still walked the
slowly, there were sufficient resources to meet the
pregnant women. And the first son, who was too big, not just
surviving.

On the other hand, other 9 came and gave them grandchildren. TO
pioneer great-grandchildren and great grandchildren. Despite her age, Ms. Ana Maria
remember how were the first moments in Taquaral then, given the
Ribeirão Claro initially, before the political emancipation and
administrative, on May 13, 1908. "When I came here there was
only three buildings: two homes and a pharmacy. The pharmacist's
time was the major Leonor, the parish church was thatched and had a lot
oz, "he says.

Seo Ephraim remembers that she told me not to come to oz
the house and pick up his daughter, she surrounded the building with bamboo and covered her
networks with the cracks (type screens) so that the animal's paw
cross the fence.

When it came to town, she came with her parents and 17 other families in
a bullock cart. She recalls that the crossing over the river Paranapanema
was made possible by the existing ferry at the time. Some years later
suspension bridge would be built. In the early twentieth century, families
came attracted by coffee and most worked on the farm Mount
Of course, one of the most influential at the time.

On the history of the city she prefers not to talk much. Says
just leave it at that time not too far from home. Therefore, many
historical events just going blank. With emotion and
fear, she remembers the fever that swept the ancient village Taquaral
and that nearly wiped out the population of the time. "You could fear in people
who lived there, "he says.

The only solution to the problem was the exodus to a region a little
more distant, where he later born the city of Ribeirão
Of course, after the river that crosses the city and where the new
village emerged.

From the time of youth, she recalls with emotion the work in the harvest
coffee. And the home cooking. "I liked to cook and bring food
for workers, "he recalls. Asked if he would live
longer responds to either complete 200 years.

With sadness, he recalls the time he started the journey from Rio de
January to Paraná. Of the 18 families who came to Ribeirao Claro,
Only she remains alive.

A walking history that time could not erase. A
pioneer who, with sweat on his face, callous hands and tired feet
of field work, began the exploration of Pioneer North
Paraná and still today, after more than 100 years, continues to
convey sympathy and humility of the experience gained with
great determination and strength. Experience that few have, but that many
respect. (Valdir Amaral)

athyon - April 2, 2011 09:57 PM (GMT)
Male - Deraldo Magno Santos (Nov 02 1894 - Aug 12 2011) of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Birthplace: Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
(AKA Deraldo Dos Santos)


Aug 14 2011
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/17172


Aug 13 2011
http://www.correio24horas.com.br/noticias/...lho-da-bahia-1/

The oldest man in Bahia, Deraldo Magno Santos, 116, died of cardiac arrest on the afternoon of last Friday (12). The elderly, who would make her 117th birthday in November, was born in 1894 in the neighborhood of Victoria, in Salvador. Deraldo had no children and lived for 10 years in the asylum St. Lazarus, the Old Road Airport, home to other 96 elderly . The Bahia may have been the oldest man in the world, since, in the Guinness Book, the Book of Records, the Japanese Jirouemon Kimura 114, took the title by the last update of the publication, made ​​this year. However, no one entered the Guinness in Bahia, according to information from the website of the journal Race. The vitality of Deraldo called everyone's attention, since it had no illness or needed help walking.


Aug 12 2011
http://g1.globo.com/bahia/noticia/2011/08/...m-salvador.html

The oldest man dies at 116 Bahia in Salvador
Elderly died of cardiac arrest.
Watch the video that records the celebration of its 116 years.

The older man died of Bahia on the afternoon of Friday (12) after a cardiac arrest. Your Deraldo Magno Santos never married nor had children. The next day on November 2 he would complete 117 years. He lived in the asylum St. Lazarus, Old Airport Road, El Salvador.
Last year the TV Bahia accompanied the celebration of the anniversary of his Deraldo. Watch the video, which aired on November 8, 2010.


May 19 2011
http://g1.globo.com/jornal-hoje/

Brazil's 114 years to enter the Guinness Book of Records
Dona Maria Valentin Gomez, Grandma Quita, is the oldest woman in the world. In Brazil, more than 24 000 people over 100 years old.


Nov 22 2010
http://radiodocomercio.com.br/?modulo=ver_...s&id_not=158978

Possible Recall
Brasileiro can be a candidate for the title of world's oldest man
On 11/22/2010 10:55:18
A Brazilian may be a candidate for the title of world's oldest man, 116 years.
Your Geraldo, as is known, no glasses or a cane and has a disposition to envy the young. The birth certificate is more like a historical relic and has a curiosity: its owner was born on All Souls Day on Nov. 2.
He lives in a nursing home for ten years, has no relatives and therefore do not receive visits. Geraldo never married and childless.


Nov 16 2010
http://www.tribunadabahia.com.br/news.php?idAtual=65073

The joy and desire to live to 116 years
Posted: 11/16/2010 07:52 | Updated: 11/16/2010 07:51
Noemi Flores

Spending nearly three centuries is not for any mortal. But this is the reality of the Cook Deraldo Magno Santos, a 116-year-old who was born in Campo Grande in 1894 (19th century), lived throughout the 20th century (1901 to 2000) and is in the 21st Century (2010). Brimming with clarity, always praising God for having given him this opportunity.
"I'm going here always asking God to give me strength." He says the main reason for its longevity is the desire and joy of living, coupled with good nutrition, "as well because I like everything that is good," he argued.

Now residing in St. Lazarus Asylum, located at Avenida Aliomar Whaler, 6, 6 km in Pau da Lima (Old Road to Airport ), a comfortable atmosphere that has the supervision of Theresa Correia da Luz, cherished by everyone as " Dona Teresa "," seo "Deraldo plays with his longevity, as conscious of my birthday in the" Day of the Dead "says" the dead do not like me because I was born this day. "

It's hard to imagine that a person can reach this age without giving work to those who care for him, but with "seo" Deraldo is likewise, confirms Ms. Therese, stressing that the elderly have good health, not taking medication, and walk without assistance the attendants.

With all his clarity, he says that what most like to win this now was a car. "I want to win a car, because I want to tour the city. When I go out to stroll and take this one here has're too old, "he said, causing laughter in the officials present and drive the only car of asylum.

May be that the statement "seo" Deraldo for addictions is not the recipe for long life, but may have contributed in some ways: "never drunk as an addiction, just once in a while white wine or liquor at the time jenipapo right, "recalling fondly of his mother." She gave wine to taste as good guys when I and my brothers. But it warned that it was not to arrive somewhere and accept another person, "adding that beer only proved after boy, did not like because he felt bitter.

In relation to smoking, the old man claims to have smoked a cigar, but it is not considered flawed because it left long ago, although he says "once in a while I think is missing, but only that, I have this addiction with me." Have the power to "seo" Deraldo is one of the most important things in life and does not relieve a good meal.

"I even cooked for me because I worked very hard time helping in the kitchen of the barracks and when I got home I even made my mush and everyone was astonished gaze of my dishes," he said. One of his favorite dishes is potato omelet, which can be done with chips in a pan and remove them before playing the beaten egg. The other dish is the beef stew with all the vegetables.

Music, politics, sports and love

Deraldo Magno says he never attended a school, taught himself how little you know. "I was not studying, I learned to head, do not write, but I read a little," he says with pride and speaks a bit of your musical tastes are samba and bolero. Asked about the latest musical styles, especially in Bahia, he summarizes: "these things today do not know, has every weird thing ...".

For "seo" Deraldo the past decades are reasons of good memories and always have a comparison with the current phase "at that time was very sick, nobody dies of hunger." The explanation for the abundance of the elderly has a touch politician "Salvador was better because of Getulio Vargas. We walked a lot at that time of plenty. Worked and then would run the city, "he recalled. Vargas was president of Brazil from 1930 to 1945 and then from 1951 to 1954.

Without family, because he does not remember exactly how many brothers had, and also never married, the elder confesses that nurtured a great passion for a girlfriend, but declined to go into details about the person he loved and how she ended the romance. He only gave vent to his passion now, "I'm Bahia," said Squadron celebrating the return of the Steel Series A Brazilian league.


Nov 16 2010
http://www.vozdabahia.com.br/index/blog/id..._velho_do_mundo

Bahia is considered the oldest man in the world
16/11/2010 20:06

Spending nearly three centuries is not for any mortal. But this is reality Cook Deraldo Magno Santos, a 116-year-old who was born in Campo Grande in 1894 (19th century), lived throughout the 20th century (1901 to 2000) and is in the 21st Century (2010). Brimming with clarity, always praising God for having given him this opportunity.

"I'm going here always asking God to give me strength." He says the main reason for its longevity is the desire and joy of living, coupled with good nutrition, "as well because I like everything that is good," he argued.

Now residing in St. Lazarus Asylum, located at Avenida Aliomar Whaler, 6, 6 km in Pau da Lima (Old Airport Road), a comfortable atmosphere that has the supervision of Theresa Correia da Luz, cherished by everyone as " Dona Teresa "," seo "Deraldo plays with his longevity, as conscious of my birthday in the" Day of the Dead "says" the dead do not like me because I was born this day. "

It's hard to imagine that a person can reach this age without giving any work to those who care for him, but with "seo" Deraldo is likewise, confirms Ms. Therese, stressing that the elderly have good health, not taking medication, and walk without assistance the attendants. Tribune


Nov 11 2010
http://www.metro.co.uk/news/846858-homeles...on-in-the-world

Homeless man discovers he's oldest person in the world
Homeless man Deraldo Santos has discovered he is the oldest person in the world – after finding his birth certificate from 1894.

The Brazilian claims he celebrated his 116th birthday last week, making him a year and eight months older than the current holder of the title.
Staff at a homeless shelter in Salvador tracked down his certificate after he moved in, after decades spent living on the street.
‘After he said he wanted to stay at the shelter we sent our staff to the register office to pick up his birth certificate.’
‘Deraldo knew he was old and even knew when his birthday was but didn't know just how old,’ said shelter boss Terezinha Correia da Luz.
‘I don’t think they could believe their eyes when they saw the year he was born because he doesn’t look or act his age.’
Ms Corriea da Luz said Mr Santos now intended to alert the Guinness Book of Records in a bid to have himself officially recognised as the world's oldest person.


Nov 11 2010
http://e-edition.metro.co.uk/2010/11/11/9.html

'Lost' certificate proves man is 116

A homeless man discovered he is the oldest person in the world - after finding his birth certificate from 1894. Brazilian Deraldo Santos claims he celebrated his 116th birthday last week, making him a year and eight months older than the current holder of the title. Staff at a homeless shelter in Salvador tracked down his certficate after he moved in. 'I don't think they could believe their eyes when they saw the year he was born because he doesn't look or act his age,' said shelter boss Terezinha Correia da Luz.


Nov 07 2010
http://www.vozdabahia.com.br/index/blog/id...ano_de_116_anos

Oldest man in the world can be 116 years of Bahia
07/11/2010 09:11

Despite his advanced age, Deraldo Magno Santos says the exact date of his birth: "November 2, 1894" and even makes fun to answer where he was born "in bed". That's how he takes life in the orphanage St. Lazarus at Old Airport Road, where today will commemorate the birthday of 116 years. At this age, declared in an official record of the Subdistrict of Pirajá, Salvador Deraldo may be the oldest man in the world.


Oct 30 2009
http://www.tribunadabahia.com.br/news.php?idAtual=28252

Mr. Deraldo, 115 years and dreaming of life
Posted: 30/10/2009 00:34 | Updated: 29/10/2009 23:41
Odilia Martinez

The Salvadorian Deraldo Magno Santos will turn 115 on Monday, November 2. More than a century of life with health and only very little information has forgotten by time. Hearing and speech are in perfect harmony . Asked by diseases common to old age, perhaps the fourth age in his case, says she never reached him. Who remembers the most recent of a throat inflammation. The secret of this strength is attributed to God, faith in the deities and the fact not to be swayed by what others say. The commemoration of this fullness will be on Sunday, from 13 hours in San Lazaro Asylum, Old Airport Road, KM 6, New Hope Garden, where he lived for six years.
Is scheduled to congratulate the donation of a cake of 1.40 meters in length. This does not even need to ask. Your Deraldo receives the visit of the Tribuna da Bahia, saying what you want comes with the voice in a tone touched. "I want to go home." No living relatives, ex-homeless, and as all who are on Asylum St. Lazarus the same desire to live in family .
Circumvent the loneliness is difficult for any individual, but especially for those who do not even have a loved one loop blood. So where would you go? "On April 7 at the home of Mustache, who consider him a father to me. His house (Mustache) fell and he moved to the Esplanade, "said Deraldo. Knowing where Deraldo know the person nicknamed Moustache was in vain. "I do not remember not so, but I know I know a lot of time."
How did it get there in the asylum he remembers and wishes to tell. "I was begging for money and was hungry. They told me that he had lunch here, I came and I am here today, but if I found a house I was going to go away. " The desire to live in a home still remains and is repeated by almost every interview. Of the ten years of the asylum, six years is the length of stay in the house of Deraldo. Even if it was to serve as an employee , do not care. Help me, please! Take me home, "he begged.
Education is minimal and Justified, According Deraldo. I Never Studied. Know how to write, But not to write well. Just got the early primary. When he HAD in clothes, shoes or in the food They HAD HAD. This Life Is Suffering . I worked as a cook in the Air Force, was feijoada, stew, everything. Then I went to Sao Paulo Where My brother lived life to adventure, But My Brother Died 'empaletado' (sic). " Empaletado was Explained by Deraldo " He rushed to the car When 'caught' (read hit her). " When he returned to Salvador was living services in land and weeding gardens When arranged. Later, he Began to beg to go through the asylum in search of the food told.
Born in 1894 and recorded just the son of Mary the Great Saints, remembers his father. "When one party Could Give on birthdays because my father was a musician, played trumpet in the orchestra of the Northeast and Amaralina During the day was a carpenter. He lived at Rua Vasco da Gama, in the Old Mill of Sprout. My mother was sick and I Can Tell Is That They Died in my arms. "
The president of the Asylum, Terezinha Belt Light is called by the elderly mother and TB Realized why so many children she Asked how she had. "I have 115 children aged one and six including biological arrived yesterday, but i wave to 120," Referring to the maximum capacity of the institution-That survives on donations, "until a match box here is very welcome. We give five meals a day. " Told how Teresa Deraldo still holds dear. "Deraldo is friends with everybody here. The Other Day I Had to take him to the hospital for some tests and he was a great success."


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Female - Maria Alexandrina (1895) of Jequié, Bahia, Brazil


Jan 10 2012
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Nov 26 2010
http://www.afolhajequie.com.br/geral.php?n...20de%20Jequi%E9.

115 year old Indian woman living in a village of Jequié.
26 Nov 02/11/2010 - 19:26
They are always showing up in reports, especially on television, older people with more than 100 years.Recently, a report said the death of a woman who was 114 years old in an Old World country.In Brazil there are also details of older people, with more than 100 years old, which are shown in the media.The journalist Ari Moura published on his blog at the beginning of November this year a collaboration of the journalist Raimundo Magalhaes Meira, giving an account of a lady who lives in a village in the municipality of Jequié.Dona Maria Alexandrina, a descendant of Indians, lives alone in a rustic old shack, made of clay, sticks and adobe.It feeds on beans, rice, fish and animals that she hunts.It was a snake bite several times, make your dressing with herbs, which were used by their ancestors.Never needed doctors.According to journalist Raimundo Magalhaes Meira, this lady is 115 years old.


Nov 17 2010
http://www.blogdoanderson.com/v2/?p=28092

Jequié woman is 115 years

Dona Maria has 115 years (Photo: Jose Santos Souza)
It Jequié, in Southern Bahia, one of the older women in the world.Descendants of African Indians, Alexandrina Maria 115 years old lives alone in a rustic hut, made of clay, sticks and adoubos.It feeds on beans, rice, fish and animals that she hunts.It has been bitten by a snake many times, and used as a medicine made with healing herbs, which were used by their ancestors.Never been to a hospital.The information is the journalist Raymond Meira, director of the Historical Museum Jequié.


Nov 2010
http://www.centraldascidades.com/2010/11/e...lo-de-vida.html

Example of life

In Bahia lives of the older women in the world.The lady in question is Maria Alexandrina, which with 115, lives in Jequié (southwest of Bahia) alone in a rustic old shack, made of mud and sticks.
But advanced age does not prevent Alexandrina Maria lead a normal life.She hunts her own food, like wild animals, and also eat rice, beans and fish.
With 115 years, it has a health to be the envy of any humando.According to Maria Alexandria, she was bitten by a snake many times and used as a medicine made with healing herbs, which were used by their ancestors (she is descended from Indian) and says that has never been in a hospital.


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Female - Ana da Silva (1895 - Jul 05 2011) of Santo Afonso, Mato Grosso, Brazil
(Birthplace: Serra Das Araras, Minas Gerais, Brazil)


Jan 10 2012
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Jul 2011
http://deputadoluizmarinho.com.br/index.php?pg=materia&id=83

Dies at 116 years Cook of Commission Rondon

Died last Tuesday, (7/5/2011) to cook the Commission Rondon, Ana da Silva, of 116 years, known as Dona Batatinha. The State Deputy, Luiz Marinho (PTB) presents next week, motion of regret at the death of the oldest resident of the municipality of Santo Afonso-MT. The population is in mourning for the death one of the most distinguished personalities in the history of Marechal Cândido Rondon.
"Dona Batatinha was one he alive a story that excites us and proud. Because she witnessed and was alongside Rondon. " In her humility she nurtured and helped Rondon meet the Mission of open paths, he encountered walking lands, releasing telegraph lines, making terrain maps and mainly establishing cordial relations with the Indians.


Ana da Silva was born in the region of Serra das Araras and descended from Indians Parecis. Was married to Manuel Moreira, known as Manoel Rondon, who also made part of the Commission.

He began his work as a cook in the Commission Rondon in 1908, following de Santo Afonso until the municipality of Santo Antônio da Madeira, currently known as Porto Velho, capital of Rondônia.

Dona Batatinha began his work as a cook in the Commission Rondon in 1908, following de Santo Afonso until the municipality of Santo Antônio da Madeira, currently known as Porto Velho, capital of Rondônia. Thus, she toured much of the route of the Commission.

Dona Batatinha wandered by the region of Serra do Mântico when encountered Maria Flávia. Moved by the State of disrepair brought her to live with her. Since then a helped the other. On 5 July Dona Batatinha was removed to the municipality of Nortelândia in serious condition. Died at around 3:0 pm to give entry to the local hospital. The elder daughter of Santo Afonso, considered the "living history mission Rondon" and among older people in the world was buried in the Municipal Cemetery of the city that prides itself on housing part of the history of sertanista.


Feb 28 2007
http://www.sefaz.mt.gov.br/portal/noticias...dg_Noticia=4843

Cook with 112 years of Rondon will be present at the opening of landmark

The cook of the Rondon Commission, Ana da Silva, 112 years, known as Dona chips, will be present at the opening of the landmark in Acorizal, on March 9, when it will be given the kick-start to the centenary celebration of the Rondon Commission . The Secretary of State for Culture, John Carlos Vicente Ferreira, had the opportunity to meet Dona Batatinha during his visit to the city of St. Albans, where she resides. He reports that despite his age, is still well Batatinha Owner lucid, but has difficulty speaking. Batatinha Dona began working as a cook in the Rondon Commission in 1908, followed by St. Albans to the municipality of Santo Antônio do Madeira, currently known as Porto Velho, Rondônia. Thus, she toured much of the path of the commission. Ana da Silva lives with a friend for 45 years. Flavia Maria (86) says that Dona Batatinha found wandering the mountain region of the mantic and brought to live with her. Since then a help to others. Batatinha Dona was born in Sierra Araras and is probably descended from India seemed. She was married to Manuel Moreira, known as Manuel Rondon, who was also part of the commission. He died 27 years ago.


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Female - Rosa Teixeira Lima (Jan 06 1895 - Mar 25 2007) of Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil
Birthplace: Quitandinha, Paraná, Brazil


Apr 25 2009
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Mar 26 2007
http://www.sincor-pr.org.br/sinopse/2007/m...sinopse2603.htm

Oldest woman dies of Curitiba and Region
He died at dawn yesterday the oldest woman in Curitiba Region and one of the oldest of the Paraná. Rosa Teixeira Lima, 112 years, fell ill during the night, was hospitalized and did not resist. The body was hidden in Chapel St. Hedwig, Big hole in the neighborhood, in the south of Curitiba. Grandmother Rose, as it was called, completed 112 years on6 daysJanuary this year and leaves seven children, 38 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and three great grandchildren. He was a resident of Independence Village II, Pinheirinho also the Southern Region of Curitiba. She was born in 1895 in Quitandinha in the Metropolitan Region of Curitiba.


Mar 26 2007
http://pron.com.br/editoria/especiais/news...IDOSA+DO+PARANA

26/03/2007 at 12:35:45 - Updated on 19/07/2008 at 16:28:00

Dies at age 112, Grandma Rose, the older woman of Paraná
Foreign Journalist
He died at dawn on Sunday Rose Teixeira Lima, Grandma Rose, 112 years. He was the oldest woman of Parana. Grandmother Rose was born on January 6, 1895, in Quitandinha, Metropolitan Region of Curitiba, and lived in Pinheirinho, with two granddaughters. Grandmother Rose was served by social programs of the City.

"Grandma Rose will always be for us all, an example of joy and tenacity in overcoming difficulties," said the president of the Foundation for Social Action (FAS), Fernanda Richa. Grandmother Rose had seven children, 38 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Grandmother Rose participated in the social programs of the City since 1995, when it started to get Grandma Valley, coordinated by FAS.


Jan 07 2006
http://rinet.com.br/noticia.Dados.php?id_noticia=3819

Paranaense is 111 years older

The district Pinheirinho in Curitiba, made yesterday to feast Rosa Teixeira Lima, the "Grandma Rose", which yesterday completed 111 years and is the oldest citizen of Parana. The commemoration was organized by the Foundation for Social Action and the Social Centre New Life. Rosa was born in 1895 in Quitandinha (metropolitan region of Curitiba), and moved to Curitiba as a child. Mother of seven children, "Grandma Rose" has 38 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and three great grandchildren.


Jan 06 2006
http://www.parana-online.com.br/editoria/p...ia/news/157188/

06/01/2006 at 19:22:28 - Updated on 19/07/2008 at 16:08:20

Paraná's oldest citizen celebrates 111 years with celebration
Foreign Journalist
The oldest citizen of Paraná, one of the older also Brazil, completed 111 years on Friday (06). Rosa Teixeira Lima, Grandma Rose, as is known, celebrated the day with family and friends at a party hosted by the Foundation for Social Action (FAS) and the Social Center New Life. Around fifty people from the community were keen to sing happy birthday to the birthday girl and help her blow out the candles on the cake.

The illustrious resident of Independence Village II, Pinheirinho, received flowers and gifts. FAS's chief financial officer, Romeo Munaretto attended the event representing the institution's president, Fernando Richa.

Born in 1895 in Quitandinha, Metropolitan Region of Curitiba, Curitiba Grandma Rose came still young. For many years Grandma Rose is met by Social Action Foundation (FAS) through the support programs for the elderly.

Mother of seven children, Rosa Lee Teixeira has 38 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The old lady says, with pride, that participates in events sponsored by FAS since 1995, the year he went to City Hall to receive, every month, food donated through the "Valley Grandma."

"It's my livelihood," she says, which also participates in other social action programs sponsored by FAS, such as educational lectures on Citizenship Street Pinheirinho.

Congratulations

At 56 years old, the son of John Mary Munhoz Cardoso, gushed at the time of honoring the mother. "It is a pride for us to enjoy the company of a woman who always did a lot for family," said Jean Marie.

"Dona Rosa is an example of respect and affection that this administration has for the elderly," said Romeo Munaretto. "Providing better conditions for the elderly, ensuring dignity and quality of life is one of our priorities," added Munaretto.

According to the president of the Center for Social Change New Life, Doris Maria Faria tradition has become the union of the neighborhood residents to celebrate the birthday of Rosa.

"She is a dear person and participatory. There was a time when, through the programs of income generation of fans, helped the carpet-making to those who needed help with," remembers Doris.

This was the 12th anniversary celebrated at Rose Center for Social Change New Life. According to the regional coordinator for the FAS Pinheirinho Elenice Malzoni FAS's participation in the celebration takes place five years ago.

"The preparations for the festival include the participation of all who know her. For the FAS it is a symbol of care and that the council develops policy for the elderly," said Elenice.

Participated in the event the manager of basic social protection, social protection of the board of FAS, Cecilia Hauer, the FAS Community advisor, Antonio Carlos Vieira, and representatives of regional administration of Pinheirinho.


Jan 17 2005
http://conesulnews.com.br/leitura.php?can_id=20&id=22414

Women's 110-year review child after half a century
National - 01/17/2005 - 08:26

Women's 110-year review child after half a century # A woman of 110 years reunited her son, who was divorced for 47 years, yesterday morning in Foz do Iguaçu (PR).

According to the newspaper Gazeta do Povo, Rosa Lima Teixeira, who made 110 years last week, not seen her son Mario Munhoz Cardoso since he moved from Curitiba to live with his wife.

"I have sent letters to here. Since no one answered, I thought the mother had moved," says Mario, according to the newspaper.

The meeting was possible after the publication last week of a report on the anniversary of Rosa, she asked to present the reunion with his son. A resident of Foz do Iguacu made ​​contact with Mario and leader of the community where she lives Dona Rosa.


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Female - Sebastiana De Lourdes Silva (May 03 1895 - Apr 01 2012) of Resende, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


May 04 2011
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Jun 02 2011
http://www.clickcarangola.com.br/titulo-de...rasileiras.html

Title of oldest person in the world caused controversy among three Brazilian | Published: 02/06/2011

In Brazil, although the mining Valentine Maria Gomes , of 114 years, has been voted 'The World's Oldest Person "by Guinness World Records - the record books - two other Brazilian - the Rio Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva, 116 years, and Bahia Conception of Mary Isidis 123 years - also want the title.

Maria Gomes Valentine was born on July 9, 1896 and has 48 days of life more than the former record holder, the American Besse Cooper.Guinness confirmed the birth date of Valentine and Maria Gomes, thereby Besse Cooper, who is still alive, he loses the title of the oldest person in the world, becoming just 'The oldest person in North America. "

The mining Maria Gomes Valentine lived all their lives and move around in Carangola currently in a wheelchair and receives the equivalent of a minimum wage of R $ 545.00.It depends on the public system for treatment, since the family can not afford private health insurance.

Maria Gomes Valentine married John in 1913, but her husband died in 1946.He had one son, four grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.Known as Granny Quita, the mining inherited the longevity of his own father, who lived 100 years.

The two stories of other Brazilian, one in Rio de Janeiro, Bahia and another, are possible cases of older people in the world.Guinness still receives thousands of claims of other persons to the rank of the world's oldest person, but many cases are rejected by the absence of necessary documents for proof.

The case of Maria Gomes Valentine is awesome, because it is a person born during the reign of Queen Victoria and before the creation of the Ford company.Brazil had never succeeded in ordering the previous evaluation.

The Carioca Sebastiana

Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva, 116, lives in the asylum Nicolino Gulhot in Resende, State of Rio de Janeiro.Sebastiana was born when there was no computer, radio, aircraft, or cars on the streets.There was no TV, and even the Corinthians and Flamengo.

Sebastiana was born more than a century, when Brazil had just become a republic, with the newly freed slaves and no electricity and people around the country, which today is 190,732,694 inhabitants was less than the Great St. Paulo today, which is 11244369.The Registration of Individuals (CPF) of the Internal Revenue Service has announced that Sebastian de Lourdes Silva was born on May 3, 1895.

Living history of building the city of Resende, it may be the oldest woman in the world, but there is no Guinness World Records, still in its records, no formal request for verification of official documents Sebastiana.

Sebastiana Nicolino Gulhot lives in the asylum 24 years ago, is a cheerful woman, was lucid and smoker to 110.She lived alone, had no sons, and went to the asylum, where he asked to live where it says that is their home.

Sebastiana was married but childless, and says she broke up because her husband did not like it and dropped the first night.Laughing, a person who works at the nursing home says he can not tell the rest of the story Sebastiana wedding to be something to "fall back".

The Bahia Maria Isida

In addition to mining and Maria Gomes Valentine Sebastiana Rio de Lourdes Silva, Maria's family Isidis of Bahia Conception, residing in Sapeaçu, Bahia, is looking for her the title "The World's Oldest Person".

Maria da Conceição Isidis is 123 years old substantiated by the documents that record his birth on July 1, 1887.It preserves much of the memory, but has difficulty in walking.To move from one place to another it needs the help of a wheelchair and also has the support of his niece Maria delle Grazie.

Isida Maria was married and had no children but raised four children.She said she had a simple life of hard work and was always very happy.She also said that a lifetime spent in the fields, planting and harvesting their own food and never ate industrialized.

In short, who is then in fact, the "Oldest Person in the World ': The mining Valentine Maria Gomes, of 114 years, elected by the Guinness World Records, the Rio Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva, 116 years - which did not the official application of the title - or Bahia Conception of Mary Isidis 123 years, whose family says is the title of it?


May 19 2011
http://g1.globo.com/jornal-hoje/

Brazil's 114 years to enter the Guinness Book of Records
Dona Maria Valentin Gomez, Grandma Quita, is the oldest woman in the world. In Brazil, more than 24 000 people over 100 years old.


May 16 2011
http://opolitizador.com.br/?p=13342

Brazil's 116 years old may be the most
Posted by: EditorMay 16, 2011BrazilNo Comment
Folha de S. Paulo

RIO DE JANEIRO - Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva, 116 years, likes to tell which is "older than the Red Bridge" - built 106 years ago in Resende, 163 km of the Rio de Janeiro to the city's residents to cross the Paraiba do Sul River

"I crossed the river on a footbridge [kind of precarious bridge, usually made of wood] with my parents."

Bastian, as it is called, is a time when radio was the great technological novelty and cars were rare.

The secret of longevity, she said, is "pray and enjoy life every day as God permits."

In the last three days, celebrated his birthday in Bastiana Nicolino Gulhot asylum in Resende, where he has lived for 24 years.For employees of the institution, the secret of the century are not only the prayers.

"She is joyful and spontaneous, the kind that does not take shit from home.Always beautiful and liked to walk all night dancing at parties, "says Therese Honorius, 66, who worked for 16 on site.

It can be recognized by the "Guinness World Records" (the "Book of Records") as the world's oldest.

Its documentation is being checked for evidence is provided that, in fact, is 116 years.Your Social Security number and driver's work record as date of birth May 3, 1895.Currently, the title belongs to the American Besse Cooper, 114 years.

The nutritionist asylum, Elizabeth Spencer, 25 years, says Bastiana eat every three hours and takes a lot of water."It's seven meals a day.She rejects nothing, though the food is hit and crushed, "says Isabel.


May 14 2011
http://diariodovale.uol.com.br/noticias/4,...l#axzz1MNoPqCDC

Resendense full 116 years and is among the oldest people in the world
Posted on 14/05/2011 at 17h14

Nobody knows for sure who is the oldest person in the world. According to the Guinness Book of Records - which records world records - would be the oldest American Besse Cooper, currently with 115 years, but just briefly browsed the internet to see how this information can be wrong. There are records of a Kazakh who have 131 years, a Georgian town 130 years, a Bahian 123 years, a mineral that also would have 115 years - but that would be one month and 17 days older than the American - and now Resendense Sebastiana Lourdes Silva, who turned 116 years last week. Just as no one knows for sure who would be the oldest person in the world, also do not know what caused these people reach such longevity.

Sebastiana completed in the last three days did not like him. According to managing director of the asylum and masters in gerontology 116 years - but their papers are relatively recent, which makes his record in the Guinness Book. The staff at the asylum are trying to access the original documents, but the fires that have passed the Municipal Archives and the Church (when many documents were lost) to the existing work. What is known about Sebastiana is that she lives for 24 years in the asylum Nicolino Gulhot and had two brothers, but currently has no relatives and had no children. She married, but left her husband the next day because social Neis Fernandes Sebastiana is also the oldest member of asylum.

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- The clerk's oldest asylum is the director Teresa, but when she came here as a volunteer for 16 years, Sebastiana was already here. What we know is that she came to live in Nicolino Gulhot on their own and who is the daughter of slaves. She said she spent a lifetime as a housekeeper in a family that also no longer exists. People were dying and then she came here, saying he wanted to help take care of some friends she had here, and what she did for many years. We do not know if Sebastiana actually had friends at home or whether he spoke in general terms, but she was lucid until 104 years and smoked up the 108. For 12 years she had a cerebral vascular accident (CVA) and we believe that this was the first of her life because she has perfect health, has no pathology, only suffers the same age. She has no disease and not taking medication - Neis said, adding that Sebastiana danced until 104 years and always kept his good humor.

- She never complains about anything. Even today it is so, only occasionally forgets that she had taken the breakfast and complains that no one did. Even 104 years danced Congo, Congo and African rhythms of forró addition, I liked a lot. It kept the spirit always happy. When I started working here Sebastiana was 113 years old and no longer danced, but if you heard a song began to sway to the rhythm of the sound even while sitting in the chair. This week the physical therapist said she is one that has more flexibility among our elderly. The Sebastiana only show atrophy in upper limbs. I believe that their quality of life she has can be attributed to the care that we have with her, but mainly to their own genetic body - said the director.


May 04 2011
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Guinness - World's Oldest Woman: Brazilian full 116 years
Born in 1895, Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva has lived for 24 years in a nursing home in the city of Resende, in Rio de Janeiro. She did 116 years on Tuesday (3).


May 04 2011
http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/artic...6ea63a2b581.651

Brazilian could elbow out American as world's oldest
(AFP) – 4 hours ago
RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil's Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva, at a ripe old 116, has records to show she is the world's oldest woman, though the Guinness Book has not come calling, local media reported Wednesday.
Silva, who hails from Resende, Rio de Janeiro state, was born 116 years ago this week, the news site G1 reported, noting her birthday was May 3, 1895.
The record book says that the world's oldest person is a US woman, 114-year-old Besse Cooper. She was born on August 26, 1896 in Tennessee.
G1 published documents purportedly attesting to the woman's birthdate.
Sebastiana Silva "has a clear mind, is active, happy and always helped take care of the other seniors," Teresinha Degmar Honorio, who runs the old age home where she has lived for 24 years, told G1.
"She came in to live here on her own. She lived alone, and had not had kids, and then she came to the retirement home and asked to stay," the director added.
Silva has had a stroke that left her blind and bedridden but she is still clear-headed, Honorio added.


May 04 2011
http://g1.globo.com/rio-de-janeiro/noticia...a-do-mundo.html

Brazilian full 116 years and may be the world's oldest
Sebastiana was born before the older woman by Guinness.
G1 visited asylum in Resende (RJ), on her birthday.

When Dona Sebastiana was born there was no computer, radio, airplane, no cars on the streets. There was no TV, no Corinthians and Flamengo. Dona Sebastiana came into the world for over a century, when Brazil had just become a republic, with recently freed slaves and no electricity - and had fewer inhabitants than the Greater Sao Paulo is today.
According to the Register of Individual Taxpayers (CPF), on May 3, 1895 Sebastiana was born in Lourdes Silva, who on Tuesday completed 116 years.
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Living history of city construction in Resende (RJ), it may be the oldest woman in the world - according to the Guinness Book of Records, the title now belongs to American Besse Cooper, 115. At G1 , the team reported that Guinness so far there is no record in their formal request for verification of official documents Sebastiana.
On Tuesday, the G1 visited the asylum Gulhot Nicolino, Sebastiana where he has lived for 24 years. There, you hear are reports of a lady happy, lucid - and smoker to 110 years.

On Tuesday (3) had cake for Sebastiana. On your right, the celebrated director and President Joaquim Therese. On the left, the other director Maria del Socorro (Photo: Giovanna Sanchez/G1)
"It is said that she came willingly. She lived alone, had no children. She went to the asylum and asked to stay," says the director Therese DEGME Honorius, who worked there for 16 years. "She is a lucid, active, very lively and always helped others look older. Another thing: she never said she lived in the asylum. She said, 'here is my house'."

Teresa also says that Dona Sebastiana loves to dance - "Forró is her forte." Now, after losing the vision and have a cerebral vascular accident (CVA), it is confined to bed. "But even sings a little, tell the staff of the asylum.
The food is not restricted, explains nutritionist Isabel Souza. "She eats well. He loves a wet coffee and bread."
The health, according to medical Marcilene Fonseca, is good. "She is a healthy person. A little hypertensive, but never had bed sores," she says, who credits the longevity to genetics.
And what is the secret of such longevity? "I think it is genetics," he says.
Already Therese says that one reason is that she never kept anything for himself. "She always said whatever he thought and felt, so she is living. If you did anything she did not like it when you returned."

CPF Sebastiana shows date of birth
, 1895 (Photo: Giovanna Sanchez/G1)
Outside the box
Married but childless, Sebastiana split "because he disliked the husband." "He dropped it on the first night," says Theresa, not to mention the rest of the story. "You were going to fall back, can not say."
"She always ran away from the standards," says the director of the asylum. "When asked her age, she said, 'for you have an idea of ​​my age, I'm older than the red bridge [de Resende, which is 106 years], I crossed the Rio Paraiba with my parents on a footbridge [two boards tied a rope]. "

"Now is not seeing, but it was awful. Feast was when we were the first to go out dancing. It's a bonus that we get to see her so well at that age," says the chairman of the asylum, Joaquim Pereira Correa.
Asylum of three centuries
Besides Sebastiana, asylum Nicolino Gulhot women have two more centuries - 100 and 102. With funding based on donations and partnerships with the city, the house works by the work of volunteers and 26 staff who care for the elderly 34.
They are people like Maria do Socorro Oliveira, who graduated 15 years ago a group of friends volunteers. "But it all came out, I am left alone. I come every day from 10am to 18pm."
The President of the asylum, Joaquin Perez, says that sometimes in need: "We had to delay salaries." The official Renata Elisa de Jesus, for one year and five months in the asylum, says that even with difficulties, never stopped working. "I like it very much."


May 04 2011
http://celsohl.wordpress.com/2011/05/04/mu...velha-do-mundo/

Oldest woman in the country for 116 years, loves dancing and wants to pro forró Guinness as the world's oldest
Published on May 4 04UTC 04UTC 2011 by celsohl
Dona Sebastiana loves to dance - "Forró is her forte."

Dona Sebastiana 116 years: a symbol of longevity
When Dona Sebastiana was born there was no computer, radio, airplane, no cars on the streets. There was no TV, no Corinthians and Flamengo. Dona Sebastiana came into the world for over a century, when Brazil had just become a republic, with recently freed slaves and no electricity - and had fewer inhabitants than the Greater Sao Paulo is today.
According to the Register of Individual Taxpayers (CPF), on May 3, 1895 Sebastiana was born in Lourdes Silva, who on Tuesday completed 116 years. Living history of city construction in Resende (RJ), it may be the oldest woman in the world - according to the Guinness Book of Records, the title now belongs to American Besse Cooper, 115. The G1, the team reported that Guinness yet there is no record in their formal request for verification of official documents Sebastiana.Nesta Tuesday, the G1 visited the asylum Gulhot Nicolino, Sebastiana where he has lived for 24 years. There, you hear are reports of a lady happy, lucid - and smoker to 110 years.
"It is said that she came willingly. She lived alone, had no children. She went to the asylum and asked to stay, "says the director Therese DEGME Honorius, who worked there for 16 years. "She is a lucid, active, very lively and always helped others look older. Another thing: she never said she lived in the asylum. She said: 'Here is my home.' "Teresa also says that Dona Sebastiana loves to dance -" Forró is her forte. " Now, after losing the vision and have a cerebral vascular accident (CVA), it is confined to bed. "But even sings a little, tell the staff of the asylum. The food is not restricted, explains nutritionist Isabel Souza. "She eats well. He loves a wet coffee and bread. " The health, according to medical Marcilene Fonseca, is good. "She is a healthy person. A little hypertensive, but never had bed sores, "she says, who credits the longevity to genetics.
And what is the secret of such longevity? "I think it is genetics," he says. Already Therese says that one reason is that she never kept anything for himself. "She always said whatever he thought and felt, so she is living. If you did anything she did not like it when you returned. "
Married but childless, Sebastiana split "because he disliked the husband." "He dropped it on the first night," says Theresa, not to mention the rest of the story. "You were going to fall back, can not say." "She always ran away from the standards," says the director of the asylum. "When asked her age, she said, 'for you have an idea of ​​my age, I'm older than the red bridge [de Resende, which is 106 years], I crossed the Rio Paraiba with my parents on a footbridge [two boards tied a rope]. " "Now is not seeing, but it was terrible. When did the first party was to go out dancing. It's a bonus that we get to see her so well at that age, "says the chairman of the asylum, Joaquim Pereira Correa.

The three hundred year old asylum where Sebastian live to 24 years
Besides Sebastiana, asylum Nicolino Gulhot have two more women with more than one hundred years - from 100 to 102. With funding based on donations and partnerships with the city, the house works by the work of volunteers and 26 staff who care for people like 34 idosos.São Oliveira Maria do Socorro, which formed 15 years ago a group of friendly volunteers. "But it all came out, I am left alone. I come every day from 10am to 18pm. "The President of the asylum, Joaquim Pereira, says that sometimes are in need," have had to delay salaries. " The official Renata Elisa de Jesus, for one year and five months in the asylum, says that even with difficulties, never stopped working. "I like it very much."


May 04 2011
http://www.caldeiraodosevero.com/2011/05/b...e-pode-ser.html

Brazilian full 116 years and may be the world's oldest
04/05/2011 9:45 a.m.

Sebastiana was born before the older woman by Guinness.
G1 asylum visited Resende (RJ) on her birthday.
Giovana Sanchez and Lucas Frasão of G1, Resende

When Dona Sebastiana was born there was no computer, radio, aircraft, or cars on the streets.There was no TV, nor the Corinthians and Flamengo.Dona Sebastiana came into the world for more than a century, when Brazil had just become a republic, with the newly freed slaves and no electricity - and had fewer inhabitants than the Greater Sao Paulo is today.

According to the Register of Individual Taxpayers (CPF) on May 3, 1895 Sebastiana was born in Lourdes Silva, who on Tuesday completed 116 years.Living history of building the city of Resende (RJ), it may be the oldest woman in the world - according to the Guinness Book of Records, the title now belongs to American Besse Cooper, 115.In G1, the team reported that Guinness so far there is no record in their formal request for verification of official documents Sebastiana.

See photos of Sebastiana

On Tuesday, the G1 Nicolino Gulhot visited the asylum, where Sebastian lived for 24 years.There, you hear are reports of a lady happy, lucid - and smoker to 110.

Tuesday (3) had birthday cake at Dona Sebastiana, who turned 116 years celebrated his right director and President Joaquim Therese.On the left, the other director Maria do Socorro (Photo: Giovana Sanchez/G1)

"It is said that she came of their own free will. She lived alone, had no children. She went to the asylum and asked to stay," says the director Therese DEGME Honorius, who worked there for 16 years."She is a lucid, active, very lively and always helped others to look older. Another thing: she never said she lived in the asylum. She said, 'Here is my home'."

Portfolio work shows photo unsigned,
Sebastiana is as illiterate (Photo: Giovana Sanchez/G1)

Therese tells us that Dona Sebastiana loves to dance - "forró is the strongest it."Now, after losing his eyesight and have a stroke (CVA), it is confined to bed."But even sings a little," include employees of asylum.

The food is not restricted, says nutritionist Elizabeth Souza."She eats well. He loves a wet coffee and bread."

The health, said Dr. Fonseca Marcilene is good."She is a healthy person. A little hypertensive, but never had bedsores," she says, who credits the longevity to genetics.

And what is the secret of such longevity?"I think it's genetic," he says.

Already Therese says that one reason is that it never kept anything for himself."She always said what I thought and thought, so she is living. If you did anything she did not like it when you returned."

CPF Sebastiana shows date of birth, 1895 (Photo: Giovana Sanchez/G1)

Outside the box
Married but childless, Sebastiana split "because her husband did not like.""He dropped it on the first night," says Teresa, let alone the rest of the story."You would fall back, can not say."

"She always ran away from the standards," says the director of the asylum."When asked her age, she said: 'To give you an idea of ​​my age, I'm older than the red bridge [de Resende, which is 106 years old], I crossed the Rio Paraiba with my parents on a footbridge [two boards tied a rope] '. "

"Now is not seeing, but it was terrible. When did the party was the first dance. It's a bonus that we get to see her so well at that age," says the president of the asylum, Joaquim Pereira Correa.

File photo shows the 109 years anniversary of asylum (Photo: Personal File)

The home for three centuries
Besides Sebastiana, asylum Nicolino Gulhot have two more women with more than one hundred years - from 100 to 102.With funding based on donations and partnerships with the city, the house works by the work of 26 volunteers and staff who care for the elderly 34.

They are people like Maria do Socorro Oliveira, who formed 15 years ago a group of friendly volunteers."But it all came out, I am left alone. I come here every day from 10am to 18pm."

The President of the asylum, Joaquim Pereira, says that sometimes in need: "We've had to delay salaries."The official Renata Elisa de Jesus, a year and five months in the asylum, says that even with difficulties, never stopped working."I like it here."It seems that the love of all reflected in everything, principalemte longevity of elderly.


Apr 05 2011
http://folhafluminense1.tempsite.ws/page/n...oria=3&cod=1303

Resende older woman may also be the world's

RESENDE

The Resendense Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva can be considered the oldest woman in the world. She is 115 years and will complete in the next 116 days on May 3. The pensioner has lived for 24 years in the orphanage Nicolino Gulhot in Resende, and beyond, there are records of other elderly centenarians in the city, however, Sebastiana would be the oldest city not only as some research shows. The last record on the world's oldest woman was released earlier this year in some sites for news and entertainment that the candidate would also be a Brazilian, an elder of Carangola, Minas Gerais, which has 114 years, and are born before American Besse Cooper, who currently holds the title. According to relatives, the mining Maria Gomes Valentine would be a month and 17 days older than Besse, with the birth recorded on July 9, 1896. However, the documents show Dona Sebastiana overcome the birth date of the mining. According to Natural Persons (CPF) of Resendense Dona Sebastiana was born on May 3, 1895, a year ahead of Dona Maria.

The staff SHEET FLUMINENSE Journal contacted the international group of Guinness World Records. In response, the team from Guinness said it will evaluate the registration and return confirmation if Dona Sebastiana would really be the oldest in the world or not. Meanwhile, the hospital administrator of the orphanage Gulhot Nicolino, Neis Fernandes, said Sebastiana has no disease.
"She has no pathology. It is totally healthy. His only problems are the physiological degeneration due to age, even as the weakness in the body and for walking, mood swings and lucidity that is no longer too good. Otherwise she has nothing! "Neis notes that while reviewing with nurses on the state of Dona Sebastiana, receives the answer:" Dona Sebastiana is that our doctor "jokes one of the nurses working in the asylum.

Resident association for seniors since 1987, Sebastiana de Lourdes not receive visits from relatives. According to the asylum staff, a possible nephew came looking for the past five years, however, he would have asked the courts to ban the house of Dona Sebastiana. Without the approval of the judge to get the house at the time, officials say that the man disappeared.
"Most of the elderly who are left here by the family only receive visits at the beginning. Then, over time, are abandoned or only remember them when there is some financial return, otherwise, if they represent an expense for families, are abandoned in the asylum "sighs Neis Fernandes.
Dress, and always waiting for the visit, Dona Sebastiana, still listens but speaks with difficulty. He sings religious songs like "Mother Sky" and when asked what he likes to do, answered: "Having coffee with bread."
Nicolino Gulhot live in the orphanage also two centuries, Dona Maria da Conceição Xindoca which completed 102 years on April 9, and Maria Amelia Alvarez, who made 100-year anniversary on the 10th of this month.

ASYLUM NICOLINI GULHOT
According to hospital administrator of the orphanage Gulhot Nicolino, Neis Fernandes, there are 33 residents in the entity, which, according to her, still needs donations. "Of these, three are in private wards, where the action is transferred to maintenance of the rooms, the 30 wards in common, 19 arrived by court order, or that the judge sent to the asylum because of abuse or neglect. These were referred by the courts are backed by an agreement with the city of Resende, which transfers $ 400 per refugee in care by Social Services. The others, some are Retirement, which helps keep hosting them, but receiving no other aid is assumed that asylum costs, "says Neis.
According to the Administrator, each refugee costs R $ 1,145.11 cents, adding drugs and all needs. "We are a philanthropic association, we live on donations and covenants as the City Hall and the network of the Unified Health System However, companions and some materials are not found in covenants. We have many volunteers but we still have financial difficulties "reveals tunnels, explaining how the asylum can not be helped. "We are doing a campaign associates and any help is welcome. Besides the members, we launch the Adopt an Old Man, that person becomes a sponsor of the asylum seekers, and when he needs a diaper or any asset that the entity can not provide this sponsor is aware of that need, in order to help he adopted the assailed "detailed the administrator.
To collaborate with the Asylum Gulhot Nicolino, become a volunteer, sponsor or entity associated with the contact numbers are: (24) 3354 2357 or 3354 6264, or e-mail the association: asilogulhot@yahoo.com.br


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:59 PM (GMT)
Female - Áurea De Sousa Silva (Sep 06 1895) of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: Ponta de Areia, Bahia, Brazil


Apr 30 2011
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/16691


May 23 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDUiKARFrbE&feature=related

The Brazilian world's oldest - Sunday Spectacular


May 20 2011
http://www.jornalagora.com.br/site/content...php?e=6&n=11984

As the oldest in the world is played after the announcement of the Guinness
The announcement of the Guinness World Record for the mining Valentine Maria Gomes, 114, is the oldest person in the world has created controversy and initiated a dispute. At least three other candidates can get elected by the record of Guinness.

Odilia Alves dos Santos and Aurea de Souza e Silva has 115 years, according to relatives. Aurea is a bit older than Odilia: complete 116 years in September.

Last Sunday, the Folha de S. Paulo told the story of Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva, 116 completed in early May, the eldest of four centuries they want the title of oldest person on the planet.

Bastiana, as is known, lives in asylum Nicolino Gulhot in Resende, a city in southern Rio de Janeiro 24 years ago.

Guinness says he does not seek to record holders. There is a procedure available on the publication for which applicants apply. In some cases it is necessary to pay fees to have the application assessed.

Professor Elaine Vasconcellos, 37, granddaughter of Aurea de Souza e Silva, said that in December last year forwarded the documentation to be examined by the grandmother publication but did not return.

Neighborhood resident of Casa Verde, in the north of Sao Paulo), Golden was born in Bahia on September 6, 1895. She has six children and has created six more of her husband. Grandchildren, great grandchildren and great grandchildren are 50.

Elaine says she was upset because the grandmother was not included in the book. "I had everything. I wanted her to participate because it is not easy to reach 115 years, having buried children and grandchildren along the way" , he said.

Odilia Alves dos Santos was born on January 20, 1896, in Minas Gerais. In 1939 she went to the interior of Sao Paulo. Today, Odilia lives in Panorama City, 670 km from the capital city. She has eight children, 10 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

The businessman Francisco Ricardo Rocha, 45, grandson of Odilia, I knew we had to register her grandmother so she could apply for the title of oldest person in the world. "If I knew would have sent her documents" , he said.

According to the IBGE Census 2010, there are in Brazil, 24,236 elderly people over 100 years, with 7,247 men and 16,989 women.


Feb 15 2011
http://www.caras.com.br/imagens/193683/

D. Aurea Sousa Silva, born in 1895, it expects the recognition in the Guinness Book as the oldest woman in the world with renowned hair stylist Sergio G., creator of the project. "I am thrilled with the willingness of individuals to embrace the cause," says Sergio.


Feb 12 2011
http://www.webtvcn.com/canal/noticias/mulher_mais_idosa

Dona Aurea tells of 115 years
Tags: elderly woman Brazil news cancaonova New Song
Category: Special
Length: 00:02:36
Date: 12/02/2011
Description: A woman in Brazil may be the oldest mundo.Dona Golden've seen events like the two world wars, the passage of Halley's comet in 1910, and virtually all the presidents of Brazil, after all facts that marked the last 115 years.


Dec 27 2010
http://jaribeiroo07.blogspot.com/2010/12/c...-velhos-do.html

Meet the man and woman older than Brazil

Know what Aurea, 115 years, and Deraldo of 116, are lucid and have to continue living a healthy and full of energy, even at that age. Both were born in Bahia, are the older women and men of the country, and together they are old enough to be the oldest in the world. Watch also the first meeting, which took place over the Internet.


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Female - Plácida Maria do Livramento (Oct 05 1895 - Oct 24 2009) of Barras, Piauí, Brazil


Jan 11 2012
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/17894


Oct 24 2009
http://180graus.com/barras/morre-com-114-a...aui-255637.html

24/10/2009 at 20:03 pm
Dies at 114 years the oldest woman of Piaui

He died this afternoon here in our town of Deliverance Barrense Placida. Born in 05/10/1895, was the oldest woman of Piaui. She completed last October 5, its 114 years. She said the secret to her long life was not to be hasty with things and not run to death, was to let things happen, not anticipating the facts or not suffering from bad to happen before the events happen and when they have the intelligence to confront them and overcome them know . His body is being hidden at his residence at the time that so simple a concert flute with groups of bars and other cities, is presented in the churchyard of the Church of Nossa Senhora da Conceição, where Placida routinely attended church services.

Placida dies of Deliverance


Oct 03 2009
http://tribunadebarras.blogspot.com/2009/1...mpleta-114.html

Women older than 114 years full Piauí! He lives in bars.

BARS (PI) - Born on 05 October 1895, Maria Placida of Deliverance is the oldest woman of Piaui. She completed by next October 5th its 114 years well lived. He says the secret to long life is not to rush things and not run to death, let things happen, not anticipating the facts or not before suffering happen and bad things happen when they have the intelligence to know infrentá them and overcome them. She said he likes to eat is mango, a fruit rich in vitamins. In an interview with 180graus made ​​two years ago she claimed to have been one of the girlfriends of the Martyr Gregory , considered holy by millions of people around the Piauí, Teresina especially where it has up to your place of worship soul.


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Female - Odília Alves dos Santos (Jan 20 1896 - May 28 2011) of Panorama, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: Salinas, Minas Gerais, Brazil


May 20 2011
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/16795


May 31 2011
http://www.portalregional.net.br/noticias/?id=19630

REGION/PANORAMA
Centennial woman is buried in the cemetery of the city
ALEX BARRETO/Regional Portal
Photo: Alex Barreto/JR

Odilia Alves dos Santos was born in the year 1896 in the city of Salinas (MG)
One of the older women of the World, Odilia Alves dos Santos, a religious 115 years old, was buried on Sunday morning (29), in the cemetery of Panorama. It dawned dead on Saturday morning (28), at his home in the White House, where convivia with two of their eight children from his first and only marriage with her husband who died at 98 years. The cause of death of elderly was natural.


May 28 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3gAx2jEBdo

Duty: Dies Dona Odilia 115 years, a resident of Panorama SP
Dona Odilia died Sleeping


May 20 2011
http://www.jornalagora.com.br/site/content...php?e=6&n=11984

As the oldest in the world is played after the announcement of the Guinness
The announcement of the Guinness World Record for the mining Valentine Maria Gomes, 114, is the oldest person in the world has created controversy and initiated a dispute. At least three other candidates can get elected by the record of Guinness.

Odilia Alves dos Santos and Aurea de Souza e Silva has 115 years, according to relatives. Aurea is a bit older than Odilia: complete 116 years in September.

Last Sunday, the Folha de S. Paulo told the story of Sebastiana de Lourdes Silva, 116 completed in early May, the eldest of four centuries they want the title of oldest person on the planet.

Bastiana, as is known, lives in asylum Nicolino Gulhot in Resende, a city in southern Rio de Janeiro 24 years ago.

Guinness says he does not seek to record holders. There is a procedure available on the publication for which applicants apply. In some cases it is necessary to pay fees to have the application assessed.

Professor Elaine Vasconcellos, 37, granddaughter of Aurea de Souza e Silva, said that in December last year forwarded the documentation to be examined by the grandmother publication but did not return.

Neighborhood resident of Casa Verde, in the north of Sao Paulo), Golden was born in Bahia on September 6, 1895. She has six children and has created six more of her husband. Grandchildren, great grandchildren and great grandchildren are 50.

Elaine says she was upset because the grandmother was not included in the book. "I had everything. I wanted her to participate because it is not easy to reach 115 years, having buried children and grandchildren along the way" , he said.

Odilia Alves dos Santos was born on January 20, 1896, in Minas Gerais. In 1939 she went to the interior of Sao Paulo. Today, Odilia lives in Panorama City, 670 km from the capital city. She has eight children, 10 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

The businessman Francisco Ricardo Rocha, 45, grandson of Odilia, I knew we had to register her grandmother so she could apply for the title of oldest person in the world. "If I knew would have sent her documents" , he said.

According to the IBGE Census 2010, there are in Brazil, 24,236 elderly people over 100 years, with 7,247 men and 16,989 women.


Mar 15 2011
http://panoramanoticia.zip.net/arch2011-03...2011-03-15.html

Exclusive:
115 Years of Life!
Dona Odilia a Warrior Woman!
Panoramense has 115 Years of Life, Mrs. Odilia dos Santos, born on January 20, 1896, in Salinas Gerais.Hoje Minas resident of the White House Subdivision, Dona Odilia lives to the care of children and netos.Mãe of eight children, 37 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and four great grandchildren, Mrs. Odilia exudes health! Watch the interview at the home of Dona Odilia, very cheerful and full of health Dona Odilia tells his story.


Feb 21 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYSEB0fNlD4

Woman has 115 years of age: Dona Odilia is a resident of Panorama SP, watch them all here!

Panoramense has 115 Years of Life / Dona Odilia dos Santos, born on January 20, 1896, in Salinas Gerais.Hoje Minas resident of the White House in Panorama Subdivision, Dona Odilia lives to the care of children and netos.Mãe of eight children, 37 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and four great grandchildren, Mrs. Odilia exudes health! An interview was recorded on video with Ms. Odilia channel to be presented by the Panorama Noticia.Assista!


Feb 19 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lmtJU0YPdc

Exclusive: Interview with Mrs. Odilia resident of Panorama has 115 Years!


Jan 27 2011
http://www.abcrede.com.br/noticias/noticia...-anos-de-idade/

Panorama - Women's centenary reaches 115 years old
Photo: Disclosure

Odilia Alves dos Santos: "I do not expect any birthday I live until the day that God take me"

Odilia Alves dos Santos: "I do not expect any birthday I live until the day that God take me"
Pensioner Odilia Alves dos Santos, born in Salinas (MG) in 1896, completed on Thursday (20), 115-year-old remembered for all the family and friends.Widow Izaline Ferreira dos Santos since 1998, created eight older children of the marriage, which brought 37 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Even after spending a week in the hospital Santa Casa de Panorama, with complications in the body, Mrs. Odile, who does not hear well because of his age, he confided his love of watching the televised Mass, claiming to be devoted to Our Lady of Aparecida and the Divine Eternal Father.
Dona Odilia said he had no dream to be realized, but I would be more independent to help around the house.After confessing his fondness for rice, beans and polenta, the recipe for longevity is not passed by her snub of health.
"I do not expect any birthday, comes a year and then another and so I live to the day when God leads me," he concludes.


Jan 20 2010
http://oglobo.globo.com/cidades/sp/mat/201...p-915660809.asp

Former peasant complete 114 years in Panorama, within SP
Duty | Posted on 20/01/2010 at 20h36m

SAO PAULO - A resident of Panorama City, about 670 kilometers from Sao Paulo, completed 114 years on Wednesday. Odilia Alves dos Santos was born in 1896. She was born in Minas Gerais. He moved to the interior of Sao Paulo in 1939 and still remember the time he worked on the farm. Inside, went through several towns and now lives with her daughter Dercília Ferreira dos Santos, in Panorama.

Dona Odilia spends the day on his porch watching the movement away from the street, with the enthusiasm of those who see the world first. In the house of Dona Odilia, the children are always present to not leave the mother alone and help her in her daily activities. But for those who think that women with more than a century of life needs them to do everything in the house is well deceived.

The youngest son of Odilia, electrician Divine Ferreira dos Santos, 58, says that having a mother with 114 years is a divine work. Working in the fields, the illiterate woman, took care of eight children and helped in raising ten grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and two great grandchildren.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 09:59 PM (GMT)
Female - Jesuina dos Santos Cardoso (Jan 30 1896) of Rio Branco do Ivaí, Paraná, Brazil
Birthplace: Reserva, Paraná, Brazil


Refer to this post: http://z3.invisionfree.com/The_110_Club/in...?showtopic=2836


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Female - Maria Leontina Rodrigues (Mar 15 1896) of Cachoeira do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Encruzilhada do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
(Alternate birth: Feb 27 1906)


Jan 12 2012
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/17904


Jul 16 2012
http://www.radiocachoeira.com.br/radio/azu...noticia&id=6990

RANKING
Centenários de Cachoeira
1ª - Maria Leontina Rodrigues, 106 anos, completados em 27 de fevereiro
2º - Carlos Prochnow, 104 anos, completados em 5 de março
3ª - João Antônio de Moraes, 102 anos, completados em 28 de agosto
4ª - Olmiro Elesbão, 101 anos, completados em 13 de maio
5º - Lilia Ferreira, 101 anos, completados em 20 de maio
Centenários que não nasceram mas moram em Cachoeira
1º - Marina Corrêa da Silva, 106 anos completados no dia 15 de abril, nasceu em Encruzilhada do Sul
2º - Jardelina Lopes, 103 anos, completados no dia 6 de fevereiro. Ela nasceu em Caçapava do Sul


May 19 2011
http://g1.globo.com/jornal-hoje/

Brazil's 114 years to enter the Guinness Book of Records
Dona Maria Valentin Gomez, Grandma Quita, is the oldest woman in the world. In Brazil, more than 24 000 people over 100 years old.


Apr 21 2011
http://www.triangulofm.com.br/old/noticia.php?id=2706

Cachoeirense may be the world's oldest

In 2009, during the production of the series on 200 years of Rio Pardo, which dealt with the issue of slavery, the Southern Gazette had already approached the story of Mary Robinson Leontina. At the time she was 113 years old.
In 2009, during the production of the series on 200 years of Rio Pardo, which dealt with the issue of slavery, the Southern Gazette had already approached the story of Mary Robinson Leontina. At the time she was 113 years old. The record on the life of Mary Leontina is also on page 116 of book 200 years Rio Pardo - A light to the history of Rio Grande, produced by Editora Gazeta Santa Cruz. She worked as a slave to a farmer for a long time, even being born in 1896, eight years after the Abolition of Slavery, one of the topics covered in the publication. Now Mary is Leontina news again but for another reason: it may be the oldest person in the world.

According to documents displayed by son (see photo), Joao de Deus da Silva Guterres, 77, Mary was born on March 15, 1896. It therefore has 115 years of life. A few days ago, the agency Kyodo, Japan, indicated that the Japanese Jirouemon Kimura would have become the oldest man in the world with 114 years after the death of American Walter Breuning, also with 114.

Now, the Brazilian who lives in the Beco das Laranjeiras, Bairro Santo Antônio, Cachoeira do Sul - municipality that is located about 200 kilometers from Porto Alegre - can take over the world's oldest. Maria Leontina have vague recollection of their parents, who only recalls, she said, the first names: Fortunato and Leocadia. The mother says she was a midwife. Of a total of 12 siblings, seven girls and five boys, only Mary Leontina still lives. Even with some difficulty, she remembers names such as Anastasius, Claudino, John, and Frogêncio Arcidi, as she says. Maria lives in a simple house, unlined, with fragile tiles, floor gross and without gaps between the partitions. Passes almost all the time in bed and occasionally washing dishes risks and sweep the floor. Hardly goes out. "Today you are you able to get it out of the house to see the sun," says the son, in a tone of celebration. John tells her that Mary Leontina did not go to the doctor, likes to drink tea and is very brave. "It depends on how it 'okay', she wants to walk alone in the house," says John

Tradition

She and her son live about 30 years at the same address. Still, there is a certain difficulty in arriving at their house. The place is inaccessible, it is not possible to drive, and there is a trail of approximately 50 meters to the house. If there is a secret to last as long, neither she nor the child knows. But she always asks, his son, is a tradition that has been farmed since the time that was, as they called, 'the slave from the inside', "She likes a lot of fat food," John reveals his


Apr 20 2011
http://www.museucachoeira.com.br/index.php...=noticias&id=38

Centennial Waterfall is publicly acknowledged

Leontina Mary Robinson, the oldest inhabitant of Cachoeira do Sul, with 115 years, according to the document which has received recognition as Cachoeirense Centennial on Wednesday, April 20. The representatives of the Historical Archives and Museum, respectively Ione Rose and Elizabeth Farias da Silva, accompanied a team of journalism of the newspaper Gazeta do Sul, Santa Cruz do Sul, to the house of D. Leontina Mary and her son, in search of more information about his life to enrich the historic annals of the two departments. On occasion, made the official handover of the Diploma Cachoeirense Centenary, established by the City and given to people who have reached a century old or more and who live here. The bill is part of Project Cachoeirense Centennial, coordinated by the Historical Archives of Cachoeira do Sul's hand Centennial had been immortalized in plaster by the staff of Atelier Freedom Hall in 2009.


Apr 20 2011
http://blogbace.blogspot.com/2011/04/longevidade.html

Longevity

She may be the oldest woman in the world
Leontina Maria Rodrigues, 115 years, a native of South Crossroads, currently lives in Cachoeira do Sul, Brazil, in humble circumstances. He has only one son, 77, and may be the oldest human being, since the other two, including a woman, 114 years, living in Los Angeles, United States, has died. Despite his advanced age, Leontina is lucid and communicates well, even with difficulty hearing.

She May Be the oldest woman in the world
Leontina Maria Rodrigues , 115 years , the native of South Crossroads-RS-Brazil, Currently lives in Cachoeira do Sul, Brazil, in humble Circumstances . She has only one son , 77 , and May Be the oldest human being , since the other two , including a woman, 114 years , living in Los Angeles , United States , has Died . Despite his advanced age , Leontina is lucid and Communicates well, even with Difficulty hearing .


Apr 19 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YV82xO2S_3A

Leontina Maria Rodrigues - 115 years - Cachoeira do Sul - RS

She considered the oldest woman in the world. Maria Rodrigues Leontina has 115 years old and lives in Cachoeira do Sul - RS, in a humble house. Pictures of Luis Bacedoni


Jul 24 2009
http://www.jornaldopovo.com.br/2007/ultima...maNoticia=46513

More than a century old in Waterfall

Patricia Loss

Recovering from pneumonia which left her hospitalized for five days in Charity Hospital and Charity (HCB) this week, retired Valdomir Antonia Rodriguez, 101 years, is proud of its strength by being able to win a lung disease can be fatal . The centennial gave high HCB on the morning of Friday and is living in a nursing home in Oak Subdivision. Valdomir has nine children and more than 30 grandchildren, and tataraneros. Because of the erosion of the bones, she can not walk anymore. The century-old listens and speaks little difficulty, but the children point out that she is lucid.

"Despite signs to communicate more with the mother understands and acknowledges all the people. She does not like being alone and it lives in a nursing home, where he is joined by other elderly, and those responsible for them," says son Rosalvo Rodrigues. The centennial is a widow and likes to eat sweets. She was born inside the Santana da Boa Vista by the time the city belonged to South Ccahoeira Valdomir complete in the next 102 years and 12 children are organizing a party. The celebration will be in the nursing home where the centenarian is living.

RANKING - Valdomir cachoeirense Antonia is the fifth oldest ever heard. Who knows a centenarian who is not ranked in the JP must inform the newspaper to update the material. The contacts can be made in person, by email or by phone jp@jornaldopovo.com.br 3722-9696. To enter the age ranking of the centennial should be verified with the document.

TO LEARN MORE

Ranking of the centennial of Cachoeira do Sul

1ª Augusta Teixeira, 105 anos, completados em 25 de dezembro

2ª Zeferina de Souza Baptista, 105 anos, completados em 9 de julho

3ª Marieta Friedrich Mostardeiro, 104 anos, completados em 2 de outubro

4ª Maria Leontina Rodrigues, 103 anos, completados em 27 de fevereiro

5ª Valdomira Antônia Rodrigues, 101 anos, completados em 12 de agosto

6º Carlos Prochnow, 101 anos, completados em 5 de março

6ª Hilda Goltz, 101 anos, completados em 29 de junho


Feb 04 2009
http://zerohora.clicrbs.com.br/zerohora/js...ID=a2392986.xml

Aged 112 years has locked in retirement RS
A resident of Cachoeira do Sul failed to withdraw the benefit
Josiane Weschenfelder | josiane.weschenfelder @ zerohora.com.br

[Picture] Maria Guterres and her son needed to regularize the attorney with the INSS - Paschoal Renier, Special

A bureaucratic procedure and lack of information led Leontina Mary Robinson to face difficulties in recent days to receive payment of a minimum wage in consideration of his retirement.

With 112 years, the resident of Cachoeira do Sul stopped receiving the benefit, usually drawn by his son, John of God Guterres, 75.

On January 28, the son found the escrow account because it was necessary to change the password. According to the National Institute of Social Security (INSS), it is a safe procedure in the system. The power of attorney that allowed John to use the account and update the password, however, had expired in December.

To renew your proxy, you must submit a medical certificate proving that Mary Leontina has difficulty walking and going to the bank. Therefore, Guterres was faced with the situation of bringing his mother to a health post.

- With much effort, she managed to take the post on Monday. My mother barely moves, more than one year nor left the house. Because of the age, why has not someone come here see it? - Questioned Guterres.

According Adelar Escobar, executive manager of the agency's Social Security Santa Maria (which is subject to agency Cachoeira do Sul), the institute does not provide this certificate. The beneficiary is responsible for getting it, either with the National Health System (SUS) or with a doctor's private network.

Without the funds to pay for a doctor to go into the family dwelling, on Monday embarked Maria Guterres Leontina a taxi and went to the post. There, they waited over an hour for care.

As director general of the Municipal Health and Environment, Magnolia Martin Erhardt, if Guterres had sought the mayor, the council would a professional to the home of a retired and consider this situation. Unaware of this possibility, Guterres did not actually seek help at City Hall.

But got the certificate, the INSS has been resolved and the pending appointed by the bank. Yesterday drew the benefit. And Mary Leontina guaranteed for one year the payment of his retirement.


Feb 04 2009
http://www.rahde.com.br/noticias_detalhe.asp?numnoticia=669

Aged 112 years has blocked retirement
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The bureaucratic procedure and Lack of information led Leontina Mary Robinson to face Difficulties in recent days to receive payment of the minimum wage in Consideration of his retirement.

With 112 years, the resident of Cachoeira do Sul stopped receiving the benefit, Usually drawn by his son, John of God Guterres, 75.

On January 28, the son found the escrow account because it was Necessary to change the password. According to the National Institute of Social Security (INSS), it is a safe procedure in the system. The power of attorney That allowed John to use the and update the account password, However, HAD expired in December.

To renew your proxy, you must submit a medical certificate proving Leontina That Mary Has Difficulty walking and going to the bank. Therefore, Guterres was faced with the situation of Bringing his mother to a health post.

- With much effort, she managed to take the post on Monday. My mother barely moves, more than one year nor left the house. Because of the age, why has not someone come here see it? - Questioned Guterres.

According Adelar Escobar, executive manager of the agency's Social Security Santa Maria (Which is subject to agency Cachoeira do Sul), the institute does not provide this certificate. The beneficiary is Responsible for getting it, Either with the National Health System (SUS) or with the doctor's private network.

Without the funds to pay for the doctor to go into the family dwelling, on Monday embarked Maria Guterres Leontina a taxi and went to the post. There, They Waited over an hour for care.

The director general of the Municipal Health and Environment, Magnolia Martin Erhardt, if Guterres HAD sought the mayor, the council would the professional to the home of the retired and CONSIDERABLE this situation. Possibility Unaware of this, Guterres did not seek help at City Actually Hall.

But got the certificate, the INSS has resolved and the pending Been appointed by the bank. Drew Yesterday the benefit. And Mary Leontina guaranteed for one year the payment of his retirement.


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Male - Juvelino Gonçalves (May 30 1896) of Guaraniaçu, Paraná, Brazil


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Sep 16 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EtPjQiRww8

The oldest man in the world can be on Cantu?

Know Your Juvelino with 115 years may be the world's oldest man lives in Guaraniaçu for about 65 years.


Jun 23 2011
http://veja.abril.com.br/noticia/celebrida...agora-britanico

Giovani
Disagree that this is the older man as my grandfather on 30/05/2011 completed 115 years with documents to prove it. He lives in a small town located in the Parana-PR Guaraniaçu his name is Juvelino Gonçalves. Get in touch through my e-mail that show more information. Thank you!


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Female - Ana Nogueira de Lucas (Jun 21 1896 - Nov 18 2010) of São Sebastião do Rio Verde, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Birthplace: Pouso Alto, Minas Gerais, Brazil


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Female - Maria Gomes Valentim (Jul 09 1896 - Jun 21 2011) of Carangola, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Birthplace: Carangola, Minas Gerais, Brazil
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Female - Joaquina Gonçalves de Souza (Sep 17 1896 - May 31 2006) of Maracaju, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Uberaba, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Apr 30 2008
http://vsites.unb.br/ics/dan/Tese96.pdf

The formation of network-fellowship in Maracaju.
As seen, after 1888, with the abolition of slavery, many ex-slaves
left their areas of origin and migrated to the region Maracaju, Mato Grosso,
mostly former slaves from Uberaba (MG), as was the case of the couple's John Peter
Cruz and Frances de Souza, whose descendants formed the black rural community are
Miguel. According to Mrs. Eugenia Goncalves de Souza Belmonte
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(62 years, John and granddaughter of the couple
Francisca), "They came after the time of the slaves, you know, there came, they came in groups
Blacks there (...). Then they came, worked in return for something, walked some more until
get there in the Black Night in Maracaju. Dona Francisca, this migration was
accompanied by his brothers Precidina de Souza, Gennaro de Souza, de Souza and Margaret
Joaquim Andrade de Souza. Your Ramão Gonçalves de Souza (66 years, son of John and
Francisca)
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says,
"My mother talked to his parents, Joao Pedro da Cruz, and Francisca de Souza,
who were slaves brought from Minas Gerais to Maracaju. In 1896, he was born
my mother (Joaquina de Souza Gonçalves) in the grounds of the place called
Black bedside, where they had possessions. The place became known by that name

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Interview conducted on 30/04/2008.
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Interview on 30/04/2008.352
because of these early residents. My grandmother got there in the Night
Black already pregnant with my mother. Commanded the group of black uncle
Sundays. The group was Joao Pedro da Cruz, Francisca de Souza, my grandparents.
Mane had also Black, Joe Black Carlos, Precedina Dona Negrinha, aunt
Martian Jeronima aunt, uncle Ihalo they formed a large black family. There
My grandfather died three years later and it was difficult for my grandmother set up her seven
children. So my brand new mother had to work for the farmer Ilizário
Barbosa was established there and working like a slave because she is black
had to do everything. "
In 1899, the Black Night, he died the former slave Peter John of the Cross.
After his death, a farmer in the region Pillow Black took the lands of widow Dona
Francisca de Souza. Later, Miss Frances and her children were forced to migrate
Vista Alegre, where other relatives lived who migrated due to lack of land.
According to Mrs. Eugenia Goncalves de Souza Belmonte
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,
"So they had land, you know. Then a farmer would take, took it all then
then when grandma Chica (Frances de Souza) was for Vista Alegre, lived
in Vista Alegre, well, you know, so she had no husband. So at that time
one woman had her first husband, after her husband died, any
thing, so she arranged another, then she was like a crippled woman,
as if it was no good. It was Mom, Aunt Antonia, Aunt Florica,
Joey had another aunt who was living in Vista Alegre. Further Juca
it's another family, another parent, you know, but I do not know the name of the father, there
they lived in Vista Alegre, after the farmers took all it can. "
To survive without their land Dona Francisca de Souza had to spread
some of their children. Some stayed with relatives and others, already of working age were
sent to people in the region. Send children to other families to create a practice that is
fulfills the purpose of preventing the total fragmentation of the family group and its imbalance.
This situation was also observed in these studies that I conducted in the rural black community
Maroon Saracura / PA (PLÍNIO DOS SANTOS, 2004b). Thus, if the family group
reproduces socially and continues to refer to one who was driven out
(Woortmann, E., 1995a).
On the farm His Ilizário Barbosa in Maracaju, Dona Francisca left with
Barbosa family to his daughter Joaquina de Souza Gonçalves. Years passed after Dona Joaquina
working on the farm as a maid. On this farm, Dona Joaquina had their first child,
Josefa Gonçalves Barbosa, Barbosa to Virgil, son of the owner of the farm. As

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Dona Eugenia Goncalves de Souza Belmonte, "She was abused, it was those times that
farmers came and took advantage of the dark, you know. " Later, to hide her daughter
Virgil Barbosa illegitimate, his father, Ilizário Barbosa, made to marry Dona Joaquina
with Manoel Lourenço Gonçalves, who worked on the farm.
"Mom was with 15 when dad came, he was the son of a slave
cushion there, where he was born. When he came to work on that farm, he
woman had already had a son with another woman, then he came to work in this
farm. Then they took, had the wedding of the daughter of a farmer, there did
his daughter's wedding and made the forced marriage of the mother with the father.
But Mom did not know, understand, Dad and Mom tava field was on the
kitchen, I knew that this marriage were arming (...). Then after
spoken, married Joaquina with Lawrence, I do not know what, but they are not in
were local! "(Doña Eugenia de Souza Gonçalves Belmonte).
In 1911, 15 years old married Dona Joaquina His Manoel
Lloyd - natural cushion and son of former slaves. The couple continued to work on the farm
Barbosa where the family had some children. After years as aggregates, in this and other
cattle farms, and Dona Joaquina Your Manoel acquired a small portion of land from
Hacienda San Miguel, located in the hills of Maracaju (adjacent to the city of
Nioaque). The lands purchased were from Joaquim de Souza Andrade (maternal uncle of Mrs.
Joaquina). Dona Eugenia says that,
"They bought and then came here already. There have already planted in the house there. No
I know if I had a house, corral know you had. Today dismantled. The
father died at 58. The inventory was 84. Until then we lived there. Lived here
the deceased Josefa, then Laucídio married and lived there, lived there deceased Irma
close. Teresa also married the deceased, where they lived there as yourself. After
deceased married John's sister, lived there on the other side. Others who married
lived out. Ramona never lived here. Mary She lived only a few days. The Chica
married lived on a farm, several farms. More or less in 77 they came
Santa Ines and made this home there. We married and lived a year in
farm, then live on my mother's house for a couple of years, then we
about five years in St Agnes. In 1977 also we came straight back here. Was
when we built this house there. The mother remained, since he came. Skirt
worked a month, but returned. Always had a son who took care of her. Well
before my father died, she already took care of everything, because my father was about fifteen
blind to twenty years. I was short when he went blind, remember us
help him in the field. Time passed and he saw no more. Then Mom went to
fight, even if she was brave. (...) We have relatives there in the community Araújo
and there in the community of chopped, in Dourados. "(Ayala et al. 2007: 58) 354
Photo No. 29 - Dona Joaquina de Souza Gonçalves
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, At 108 years old
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.
In the mountains Maracaju Dona Joaquina and Her Manoel Lourenço, along with
Dona Francisca de Souza, mother of Dona Joaquina, Your Family and Joaquim de Andrade
Souza, who was married to Iracema de Souza Gonçalves, Terena Indian born in this region,
formed two family nuclei. Between the decades from 1920 to 1940, through the interactions
between these two nuclear families, which formed a network of "primary ties" and
"Attributes" (SCHERER-WARREN, 2005), there were several weddings and is the current
black rural community Quilombo São Miguel.
Later, with the marriage of Marguerite de Souza, sister of Frances
Souza, and Manuel da Cruz (Terena Indian) was generated Eloi de Souza Cruz, who married Eva

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According to Dona Eugenia, his mother, Dona Joaquina de Souza Gonçalves, in 2003 sent a letter to
President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, asking to put light in the black community rural San Miguel. In
2005, the president, the day was to install the light in the city of Sidrolândia, had to call it
personally answer the letter she had sent him. About this story the newspaper O Estado de Sao Paulo
published on 23/02/2005, the following news "108 years of Women have electricity at home by 1. first time.
Joaquina de Souza Gonçalves waited 108 years to have electricity at home and can "take cold water and
watch soap opera. " Neighbor Maracaju (161 km from Campo Grande), yesterday she accompanied the visit
President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Garcia Gerald settlement in Sidrolandia, Mato Grosso do Sul
Lula made a point of highlighting the presence of Joaquina at the opening ceremony of the program Light for
All of which has already led to 52 power - a total of 59 - settlements in the state. The presence of Joaquina
made in the event that President Lula would sing at the suggestion of his own, a "Happy Birthday". Seated
in a wheelchair, she thanked him smiling. The youngest of Joaquina, 12. Nd daughter, Eugenia Gonçalves
Souza, 57, said the date of arrival of electricity to the site will never be forgotten. "It was
on September 17, 2004, "says the daughter, adding that throughout his life his mother wanted to" drink
ice water. " "She also enjoys watching soap Slave Isaura."
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(Photo Metropolis Magazine, Year V, No. 69 - February 2005)
Dona Joaquina died on May 31, 2006 with 109 years of age


Dec 27 2005
http://www.perfilnews.com.br/brasil-mundo/...ida-de-familias

All it takes light to energy and transforms the lives of families

Dona Joaquina de Souza, a resident in the community San Miguel, in Maracaju, symbolizes the extent that the Light for All program has on inclusion and improvement of living conditions in all communities and maroon settlements in the state. People who have a life deprived of basic rights today can celebrate a breakthrough in the view of some simple, but gigantic for the recipient. When he turned 108 years in 2004, Mrs. Joaquina received a gift. For the first time the matriarch could enjoy the benefits of electricity in your home, transforming your reality and improving the conditions of his family. While working to identify communities that require electricity to Eletrosul team and the Secretary of State for Infrastructure and Housing met with the stories of the matriarch. Enjoying good health, Joaquina wishes to say who is the daughter of slaves. His eldest son is 84 years old and the youngest 57. Dona Joaquina became the symbol of a conquest that transformed the lives of 18,997 families in Mato Grosso do Sul So that was honored by the president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva during a visit to the settlement Geraldo Garcia, in February this year . Investment in the Light for All program (a total of $ 117 million, with participation from $ 28 million of the state government) took the long awaited electricity to all rural settlements, a pioneering effort in Brasil.Para Governor of Zeca PT, the benefits of electricity helped improve living conditions and develop the beneficiary communities. "For over forty, fifty years, these communities had no roads and no electricity. Nobody ever did, everyone promised. Now, in all settlements there in the San Miguel community and the vast majority of families have farms light through the Light for All Program. This ensures peace of mind to produce and contribute to the development of the state, "said Zeca.Antes of 1999, only 47.3% of the 68,289 farms counted on electricity. Even with the considerable growth in the number of farms, which reached 78,003 this year, caused by the advance of agrarian reform, the state government reached a 83.80% of properties covered. Through the development of the rural electrification program, not just the farmers who received direct benefits. The project enabled the creation of more than 7500 jobs across Mato Grosso do Sul, promoting better conditions for families and referral to a new specialization of the majority of workers involved. Also during the program execution priority is given to the use of manpower and the purchase of local materials and domestic equipment manufactured in areas close to locations served. By mid 2006, the goal is to invest an additional $ 53 million in rural electrification in the state. Information is the coordinator of programs and projects of energy Seinfra (Department of Infrastructure and Housing), Pedro Pinto Baptist Baptist. According to the coordinator, "Studies at USP (Universidade de Sao Paulo) indicate that every $ 1 invested in the rural sector offers return of $ 3 for the economy. Moreover, every $ 1 million invested in agriculture generates 202 direct jobs. "Instrument of social inclusion Light for All Programme is part of a strategy of federal and state governments in the use of electricity as a tool for economic development of communities, reducing poverty and providing better access to basic health services, education, sanitation and communication. In Brazil, the electric exclusion predominates in areas with low Human Development Index (HDI) and among low-income families. About 90% of them have incomes below three minimum wages and 84% live in municipalities with HDI below the national average. Combined with other programs aimed at social inclusion focused on these families (as the PIS - Social Inclusion Program - the state government, which transformed the lives of 40,000 families in Mato Grosso do Sul), the Light for All helps to change reality of communities both urban and rural areas.


Feb 23 2005
http://www.eletrosul.gov.br/gdi/gdi/index....cd=hhngeY2;DOgl

Woman in 108 years have electricity at home by 1. First time - 23/02/2005
Electricity Sector
Source: O Estado de Sao Paulo

Ana Paula Scinocca WATER AND TV: Joaquina de Souza Gonçalves waited 108 years to have electricity at home and can "take cold water and watch soap opera." Neighbor Maracaju (161 km from Campo Grande), yesterday she accompanied the visit of President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Garcia Gerald settlement in Sidrolandia, Mato Grosso do Sul, Lula made a point of highlighting the presence of Joaquin in the opening ceremony of the Light for All program, which has led to electricity to 52 - a total of 59 - settlements in the state. The presence of Joaquin in the event prompted the president Lula to sing at the suggestion of his own, a "Happy Birthday". Sitting in a wheelchair, she thanked him smiling. The youngest of Joaquina, 12. Nd daughter, Eugenia Goncalves de Souza, 57, said the date of arrival of electricity to the site will never be forgotten. "It was on September 17, 2004," says the daughter, adding that throughout his life his mother wanted to "drink cold water." "She also enjoys watching soap Slave Isaura."


Feb 22 2005
http://www.info.planalto.gov.br/exec/inf_f...=22022005P00008

President Lula Dona Joaquina kisses, a resident of the settlement Geraldo Garcia, who at 108 years begins to receive electricity in your home
(Sidrolândia, MS, 22/2/2005)


Feb 22 2005
http://www.info.planalto.gov.br/exec/inf_f...=22022005P00001

President Lula Dona Joaquina that embraces, at 108 years old, is enhanced with the arrival of electricity to the settlement Geraldo Garcia
(Sidrolândia, MS, 22/2/2005)
Photo: Ricardo Stuckert / PR


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Female - Etelvina Benâncio dos Santos (Oct 5 1896 - Oct 3 2010) of Tibagi, Paraná, Brazil


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athyon - April 2, 2011 10:01 PM (GMT)
Female - Amélia Francisca de Souza (Nov 25 1896 - Apr 02 2008) of Tabira, Pernambuco, Brazil
Birthplace: Sanharó, Pernambuco, Brazil


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Female - Maria Ferreira Braz (Dec 22 1896) of Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Birthplace: Mar de Espanha, Minas Gerais, Brazil


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Sep 08 2008
http://www.ufjf.br/hu/2008/09/08/mulher-ma...nternada-no-hu/

Older woman of Juiz de Fora is hospitalized at HU
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Date: September 8, 2008
A week ago, a patient of the Hospital Universitário (HU), Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF) draws the attention of officials in the female wing of Ward, in Santa Catarina. Maria Ferreira Braz, with 111 years of age, is under the care of Pneumology hospital, taking antibiotics and treating a mild malnutrition.

Youngest daughter, Iphigenia, beside the mother Dona Maria, 111 years, HU
To accompany it in the treatment, his daughter, Maria Aparecida Alvino, 82 years, with whom the patient resides in the city of the Sun, since the death of her husband, helps us care for the mother, though also of advanced age. Sometimes takes with her sister Iphigenia Braz dos Santos, aged 69. "My mother has good health. Had 8 sons and never made a gynecological examination, "Iphigenia.

Natural sea of Spain, Maria lived most of his life in the countryside, working in the coffee plantations. "My mother was a midwife. Almost all the city's children were born by his hands, "Iphigenia outside the infirmary while nursing technicians prepare the patient for the bath.
Dona Maria, now sitting on the couch beside the bed, secure some prayers, while conversation, under the watchful eyes of the other two younger roommates. Lucid, but without seeing because of glaucoma, she cares if prayer is upside down. "I'm feeling a little pain in the stomach and must stay here in the hospital," says voice baixinha. With Iphigenia doing affection in her hair she remembers the name of his eight children. Her eldest grandson has 64 years and great-grandchildren have already lost the account.
To ask about the secret of Iphigenia long-lived family members, she says that it is a quiet, close-knit family, religious and blessed by good health. Despite the age of the mother supplementing on December 22, 112 years, perhaps the oldest of Juiz de Fora and the country, the daughter that Dona Maria is who does some preparations in the kitchen, as Peel Garlic and clean the pod, even without being able to see. "Nobody does it better than she," Iphigenia. When not in the kitchen, she asks to connect the television to listen to the novels.


Mar 15 2008
http://inforum.insite.com.br/lotomania-e-l...il/6126010.html

Juiz de Fora March 15, 2008

Good afternoon Gugu is with great excitement and pleasure that I write this letter. My name is Iphigenia.I live in Juiz de Fora, in the Barrio Lage Barbosa number 52em Minas Gerais.I would like to tell you why I come to ask for help.I know the Lord is a person who tries to realize the dream of those who seek it as far as possible and was asking God for a light that came on my coração.Sou its name from a humble family who fights with a lot of effort to live with dignity humano.Comecei and respect when working at the age of nine to help my family and you know how it is lived on the farm there's always been difficult and at the age of 14 years had to get away from my family coming to live in Juiz outside to help them so I left my parents and brothers went to work on a house família.e so began my life I got married, and now I'm 69 years my husband and five children also born in netos.Meu husband Sea Spain here in Minas Gerais. But here begins my mother today sonho.Minha also a widow with 112 years both from the city of Mar de Espanha mother of nine children today, living only 3 Maria Aparecida Alvino also a widow 80 years being the most old, I write it Iphigenia Braz dos Santos with 69, and Maria de Lourdes 65 years married to a serious problem coração.Minha dear mama today no longer sees, lives with my older sister who cares for her with great affection and also entrusted me the responsibility to clean the house so she can have the pleasure to come back, but as I said my financial situation is also precarious living as minimum wage, I'm retired for invalids. But my mother always brought with it the dream of return to live in her house in Mar of Spain where she lived for many years with my Dad that Jesus took and where she received her grandchildren great-grandchildren great grandchildren but unfortunately you can not live this story because this house without livability of the walls are cracking with many leaks, and finally the situation precarious. My mother Maria Ferreira Braz there known by many for a person Maria Viola very devout Catholic. His house was always full is a person today if you need even when she counsels with small flaws Memory is a person who has only known when the hospital with pneumonia, and in 2007 it soon recovered and is there with us giving us greater strength and doing our alegria.Eu my turn I have a health problem. ischemia have ever had infarction and have blood pressure problems.But now for me that's not the case, today I want to talk about one of my dear mother the one who created us with a lot of fight and taught that we should respect others taught us to always extend a hand to one who so precisar.É I write to you confident that God will direct this letter in the hands of their production and thus for their mãos.Muitos my family did not believe that you can realize this dream, but I have faith and believe in the miracle of God in my life and for my mother. Gugu His peo earnestly to read with care and know that for God nothing is impossible. Already thank you for your attention and affection. And you be an angel sent from heaven in the lives of many. God bless you. A big hug and even breve.Efigênia.


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Male - Rafael Antônio de Oliveira (Dec 30 1896) of Brazil


2006
http://www.pastoraldapessoaidosa.org.br/pa...etim_ppi_09.pdf

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Female - Adelaide Crizanto Gomes (1896/97 - Mar 03 2012) of Glória de Dourados, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil


Mar 05 2012
http://www.glorianews.com.br/noticia.php?index=73888

Adelaide Crizanto Gomes, who lives in Golden Glory distant city the capital Campo Grande 275 died last Saturday, with approximately 115 years.

Miss Adelaide was one of the founders of the city, had 6 children and 5 men and 1 woman, 6 children only three are alive, left your generation with several grandchildren, great grandchildren and great grandchildren.

The daughter Iracema comment on the report of the Cities that MS has lost count of the number of grandchildren, great grandchildren and his mother had, in recent years she cared for her mother in the capital where he lives and brought the body of the same to be veiled and be buried in the city where he lived the last 45 years of Golden Glory.

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Female - Maria Alexandrina (1896/97) of Corumbá, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil


Mar 12 2012
http://www.gp1.com.br/noticias/apos-rever-...ela-237805.html

After reviewing the daughter of 87 years, older than 115 changes to Mato Grosso to live with her
The daughter Maria Rita lives in Cuiabá and lost contact with the mother 62 years ago.

Women 115 years (right) moves in with her ​​daughter in Cuiabá after spending 62 years away

Pensioner Maria Rita de Almeida, 87, who lives in Cuiabá, told with the mission of life care for the mother who is 115 years old. After six decades of searching, Maria Rita managed to regain his mother, Dona Maria Alexandrina, who was in Corumbá (MS), and brought her to live in his residence, located in Cuiabá. "Now do not let more. I'll watch it until the end of my days, "he said. Maria Rita left the capital along with children, on the 1st, and went to a community of rural Corumbá behind his mother had not seen for 62 years. After walking a thousand miles by bus, they found Mary Alexandrina at the residence of a grandson. After a few days there, the family decided to bring the centennial Mato Grosso due to the lack of structure and precarious conditions in which she was. "It needs special care because it is very old. I could not leave it and do not want to stay far from my mother. So I decided to bring her to live with me, "he said to his daughter Maria Rita. The arrival of a new member of the family took place last Thursday (8). Since then, the house where the pensioner is Alexandrina Maria is no longer empty. Over the weekend, for example, was the time when relatives and friends took the opportunity to meet her. The family says that there are 15 grandchildren, 56 great-grandchildren and 95 great grandchildren. In a nutshell, the family matriarch expressed her happiness. "I'm very happy. I asked God to take care of her [daughter] this time, "said Maria Alexandrina, 115 years on Maria Rita. Despite its age, the elderly in good health, but still has some trouble remembering the eight children. Now the family wants to expand the house, which is in the neighborhood Getulio Vargas, and improve conditions for the centennial receive the necessary care . Distance The contact was lost when Maria Rita married and left with her ​​husband to a farm in Mato Grosso do Sul then moved to another farm, located in the Pantanal region, as in Mato Grosso, where they remained for more than 20. But she was widowed and was only then that she decided to live with a son in Cuiabá. Maria Rita says it was no contact at the time because there was no means of communication available. "I even sent letter but never got answers. I was once told that my mother and brothers had died and it struck me at that very moment. But do not quit because I always had the hope of finding them. " Attempt Vanilda Fancolina daughter, 47, who was challenged in the distance, time and did not give up looking for her grandmother and aunts. A resident of the town of Baron Melgaço, at 121 km from Cuiabá, she revealed that the G1 in the last three years sought help from a team of Navy of Mato Grosso do Sul, which always offer these services in riverside community in the municipality in the month of February, as well as in Corumba. "The team goes only once a year in the region. Always talk to them [Navy] on my family. However, only the third year on the last day February 10, 2012, was a captain handed me a phone that could reach them [family], "he said. Vanilda said the number was a school that was in the settlement . After many calls and inquiries, she said, with respect to the surname of the family and the possibility of someone living on site, did you come to the phone of his aunts.


Mar 12 2012
http://ipiauonline.com.br/?p=17348

Woman reunited with mother 87 years 115 had not seen the 62 years

Aged 87 years finds the mother of 115 years (Photo: Playback / TV Morena)
"I waited 62 years to review the year my mother is a great emotion. Now I want to take it with me, "said the G1 pensioner Maria Rita de Almeida, 87, who traveled from Cuiaba, Mato Grosso, and met again on Friday (2) Mother Maria Alexandrina, 115 years. The two had not seen since her daughter moved to the neighboring state of Mato Grosso do Sul after marriage.

Accompanied by six relatives, including children and grandchildren, Maria Rita left the home town on Wednesday (7) and spent almost a day on the road. They arrived in Corumba on the afternoon of Thursday (1) and were greeted by an uncle and two cousins ​​of retired, she still did not know.

Since there was no means of transportation to continue their journey to Ladário, a town near Corumba, the group stayed at the home of relatives who had found and where they should stay until the departure back to the Mato Grosso on Monday (5).

The search for Alexandrina Maria ended only the next day, when a military police car ride to Maria Rita gave to his mother's house and they are finally reunited. "She was slow to recognize me, but spent a little time and remembered me. It's a day I'll never forget, "he says.

She says she enjoyed the moment of emotion to ask the mother to go live in the neighboring state. "She replied with a smile that will live with us," says the retired. Maria Rita says that the family will provide the documents Alexandrina Maria, who were lost after a fire several years ago and that will be required to travel and to live in a new city.

According to Antonio Almeida, son and grandson of Maria Rita's centennial, the joy in reviewing the grandmother made all the effort that made the trip along with her mother to find her worth. "It was a lifetime waiting for the embrace of my grandmother. We tried both, was a family we did not expect to know, "he adds.

Separation
Maria Rita went to the Mato Grosso after his marriage. She explains that the time had not gone through communication to maintain contact. "I even sent letter but never got answers. I was once told that my mother and brothers had died and it struck me at that very moment. But do not quit because I always had the hope of finding them, "he said.

The first attempt to reunite mother and daughter was a daughter of Maria Rita, a granddaughter of matriarch. She got the number one school located in the settlement where Alexandrina Maria lives with the help of a team of Navy to the region that will provide a series of consultations to the public once a year.

The surprise was when the phone was answered by a woman who claimed to be family, and reported that she was also looking for relatives of MT. Since then the meeting began to be planned.


Mar 01 2012
http://www.correio24horas.com.br/noticias/...s-seis-decadas/

Woman reunited with his mother 115 years after six decades
Maria Rita lives in Cuiabá and lost contact with the mother 62 years ago. Family of Mato Grosso found his wife and six children in MS.

Maria Rita will rediscover the mother after 62 years

For 60 years, retired Maria Rita de Almeida, 87, who lives in Cuiabá, keep in mind the last contact he had with his mother before leaving the house where he lived with her ​​husband to follow. "With a sweet voice she said goodbye to me. It was the last time I heard his voice. After that, we never saw. " In the last six decades, Maria Rita tried to find out what had happened to her mother, who currently has 115 years, and with the brothers he left behind. And on Thursday (1) live in the expectation to have the chance to rediscover them in Mato Grosso do Sul Pensioner traveled on the night of Wednesday to the city of Corumbá (MS), after discovering in the last 10 days, the whereabouts of family members. Details: more than a thousand miles and 12 hours of travel that Maria Rita will travel by bus along with six children. "I'm very excited. For many years we are looking for them [family] and now I can realize this dream. No matter the distance, "he said. Shortly before boarding the buses to rejoin her mother, Maria Rita spoke to the report of the G1. "I know it will be worth the punishment," he said, remembering that, despite his age, the desire to review the people you love will help avoid any health problems during the trip. Check next to an excerpt from the interview with the retired. Currently, Alexandrina Maria, mother of retired, is 115 years old and lives in the settlement San Gabriel, near Corumba. There also live six of the eight children he had. The contact was lost when the daughter married and left with her ​​husband to a farm in Mato Grosso do Sul then moved to another farm, located in the Pantanal region, as in Mato Grosso, where they remained for more than 20 years . But she was widowed and was only then that she decided to live with a son in Cuiabá. Maria Rita says it was no contact at the time because there was no means of communication available. "I even sent letter but never got answers. I was once told that my mother and brothers had died and it struck me at that very moment. But do not quit because I always had the hope of finding them, "said thrilled to remember that it is the oldest of the brothers. Vanilda Fancolina daughter, 47, who was challenged in the distance, time and did not give up searching for the grandmother and aunts. A resident of the town of Baron Melgaço, at 121 km from Cuiabá, she revealed that the G1 in the last three years sought help from a team of Navy of Mato Grosso do Sul, which always offer these services in riverside community in the municipality in the month of February, but also in Corumbá. "The team goes only once a year in the region. Always talk to them [Navy] on my family. However, only the third year on the last day February 10, 2012, was a captain handed me a phone that could reach them [family], "he said.

Vanilda said the number was a school that was in the settlement. After many calls and inquiries, she said, with respect to the surname of the family and the possibility of someone living on site, did you come to the phone of his aunts. "A woman answered the call and when I started to report what she wanted, she stated that she belonged to the same family and also looking for us. I cried so much emotion that I could no longer talk on the phone, "he said. After binding, the planning of the reunion took care of both families. "I could not sleep more since then. Do not wait to be able to hug and kiss my mother. All that I could not do in these 62 years. It was the birthday gift that I asked, "he recalled telling Ms. Maria Rita was born on December 24 and was a reunion dreamed of requests made ​​to God as much as the anniversary date for the year 2012. On Wednesday, the residence of the pensioner was filled throughout the day. With 15 children, 56 grandchildren and 95 great-grandchildren, not only as family friends also passed through the apprehensive about the trip. To Francolino Jose de Almeida, 50, a son of Maria Rita, the relentless search for the family was worth it. "I got to travel through 10 cities looking for them and now have the chance to fulfill the great object of recent years," he pointed out. Information is the G1.


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Female - Joaquina Moreira dos Santos (Apr 03 1897) of Santo André, São Paulo, Brazil


Aug 07 2011
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/17134


Oct 04 2010
http://www2.santoandre.sp.gov.br/news/3659/46

Aidan Ravin participates in tribute to the elder in the House in session

04/10/2010 - 09:49
Public administration prepared an intense program for those residents
On the afternoon of Wednesday (29), the mayor of Santo André, Dr. Aidan Ravin, attended the session
Mayor Aidan Ravin beside the older woman in the city, Mrs. Joaquina Moreira dos Santos, 113 years
Photos: Maurice Tabone / PSA
Solemn City Hall to mark the Day of Senior Citizens Hall, celebrated on September 27.The award was instituted in the city through the Legislative Decree No. 13 of 1998.

"Respect for the elderly should be planted between the children and grandchildren.We must take good care of our elderly, because they are experience, experience, humility, life, wisdom.They make us happier, "said the Prime Minister in his speech.

At the time they were honored Mrs. Joaquina Moreira dos Santos, 113 years, considered the oldest person in the city, according to statistics from the Department of Humanities Hall, Mrs. Darci Moraes Paulo Mendes, 67, a seamstress and resident of St. Andrew 32 years ago, winning the contest Miss and Mister 2009 Golden Age , and the systems analyst and economist Odilo Buim, 78, city resident since birth.

Dr. Ravin Aidan pointed out that the elderly is synonymous with expertise, experience, humility, wisdom and life
Photos: Maurice Tabone / PSA
Over 300 guests from charities, support groups, and representatives of the Municipal Council of the Elderly, and authorities, attended the meeting, encouraged by Banda Lira de Santo André.
Check out the activities that you can still participate:

National and International Day of Older Persons
Date: October 1, 2010, from 8am to 12pm
Closing Meeting with Dance Music (Banda Lira and Master Sapopemba)
Location: Concha Acústica ( Praça do Carmo, s / n °, Centro)


Sep 29 2010
http://www.blogdoailton.com.br/2010/09/ses...-idosos-de.html

Elderly celebrates a Solemn Session of St. Andrew

Under the chairmanship of Councillor Ailton Lima (PDT), the Municipality of Santo André, held this Wednesday, 29/09, a Solemn Session in honor of the old city of Santo André.

The event was attended by the city council, mayor's secretaries and Aidan Ravin, who composed the table next to the President of the Municipal Council of the Elderly, Ilda Maria Sectional Delegate and the Elderly, John the Baptist Dr. Lemos.

Besides the presentation of the illustrious Banda Lira de Santo André, the Chamber honored the city's oldest citizen, Mrs. Joaquina Moreira dos Santos (113 years), born April 3, 1897.Mrs. Joaquina have a daughter, 10 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren.


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Female - Rosa Ferreira Dos Santos (Dec 16 1897) of Clevelândia, Paraná, Brazil
Birthplace: Mangueirinha, Paraná, Brazil


Aug 08 2011
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/17138


Apr 02 2011
http://www.jornaldebeltrao.com.br/geral/no...m-pouco-de-tudo

A bit of everything

Last month, the Southwest Parana interviewed Ms. Rosa Ferreira, of Cleveland, which has 113 years. Today, the matter is being published with Sebastiana de Oliveira, D Pearl? West, which has 110 years. Next Saturday, the matter will be published with Feliciano Ferraz, Plateau, which is 107 years. Are these older people of the Southwest?


Mar 05 2011
http://www.jornaldebeltrao.com.br/regional/noticias/60615/

Cleveland: Noninha Southwest

Rosa Ferreira, 113 years, is the oldest person of Parana.
Dona Rosa Ferreira, 113, is only five years younger than the city of Cleveland.She was born on December 16, 1897 in Mangalore.She was married to Jose Garcia de Lima (deceased), with whom he had eight children.The? Noninha the Southwest?have mobility difficulties, hearing and limited vision, but it's pretty clear.? I do not remember dates very well, I'm a little confused? Says Ms. Rosa, who lives in a simple house of wood, unpainted, Santa Terezinha in the neighborhood in Cleveland.

She always worked on the farm, helping her husband, who was a farmer.? I stayed home and children, never worked on something else? Says.Today, she lives in a quiet, talking with neighbors and taking care of one of his granddaughters.Wake up at 9 am, takes his mate before breakfast.? I'm hardly alone, everyone comes to see me.A neighbor said that I am iron, but is that God knows the hour of each.?

Dona Rosa says that after he picked up? Typhoid fever?, Is not as strong as before.? I'm not walking too, feel weakness, I'm sick.But I'm very happy? He says.She says that? Antanta?, Ie, older than her, only taught to work.? I never studied, only learned to work.One day my mother said I needed to learn to read.But my father did not want, he said if I learn only going to be a function of reading the letters of lovers.So today I'm not literate? Complements Ms. Rosa, who is the eldest among his siblings, but the only one still alive.


Mar 02 2011
http://bloginterativodoservicosocial.blogs...653098742197010

Paraná's oldest ...

Paraná's oldest person is 113 years and lives in Cleveland
She was born on December 16, 1897

The clevelandense Rosa Ferreira, 113 years and five months old, is currently the oldest person in the Parana of Brazil and perhaps, according to the reporter found ClaudioM Witchak, AM Radio Progress of Cleveland.

She lives in a simple house in the neighborhood Santa Terezinha, and was born on December 16, 1897.She is a native of Mangalore, the daughter of Joao Ferreira dos Santos and Maria Joaquina de Ramos.She was married to Jose Garcia de Lima (deceased), with whom he had eight children (four men and four women), and many other adoptive parents.

Dona Rosa, even with its 113 years old, still looks after the house, despite poor eyesight, hearing and movement, motivated by the passing of time.In the house where he lives simply and modestly, the centuries-old Rosa Ferreira, especially through Radio Progress, accompanied many important events in Cleveland, a city that will celebrate this year 2011 its 119 years of administrative and political emancipation.

At 130 years, dies in Astorga the oldest woman in Brazil
He died on the evening of Thursday, July 8, 2010 in Astorga (in the northwestern region of Paraná), Maria Olivia da Silva, 130 years, considered the oldest person in the country.One of the children of the elderly, Aparecido Silva, said she had been taken ill after dinner and had no time to be rescued.The body is veiled in the Mortuary Chapel of the district Içara and burial will be on Friday (9), at 15 hours.

Born on February 28, 1880, in Warsaw, Poland, Mrs. Maria Olivia came to Brazil to three years, and was registered in Itapetininga (SP).Despite her age, she is not officially recognized as the oldest woman in the world by the Guinness Book, the record books, since the original documents were lost in a fire.However, the evidence presented by the family of the elderly were analyzed and recognized by RankBrasil, the Brazilian record books.

Age was not recognized outside Brazil
Documents Maria Olivia da Silva pointed out that she was born on February 28, 1880 in Itapetininga, São Paulo.With that, she would surpass the French Eugenie Blanchard, of 114 years, now recognized as the oldest woman in the world by the Gerontology Research Group, the United States.

The problem with Ms. Maria Olivia with official world record is the lack of more precise information about his birth.There is doubt whether she was born or was registered only in Itapetininga, since she claims to have come from Poland with his parents.

In addition, his son said that in the 1960s, a fire in the house where they lived in South-Centennial PR, destroyed all the documents of the mother.Later, a new birth certificate was taken in Porepunkah, where the family moved in 1970.The documents were analyzed and recognized by RankBrasil, the Brazilian record books.

Whether or not the oldest woman in the world, Mary Olivia became featured in newspapers, magazines and TV shows from around the world.Among the vehicles that have already reported their history, are the "Corriere Della Sera," Italy, "The Pueblo Chieftain" and "Tucson Citzen," U.S., "Dagbladet", Norway, and "IOL" South Africa . Even the renowned scientific journal "Science Live" reported the fact.

Eunice Sanborn died at 115 years
On Monday, January 31, 2011, Eunice Sanborn, considered the world's oldest woman, died at his home in Texas, southern United States, to 115 years.She was the oldest person in the world just three months after the death of Eugenie Blanchard, who died on November 4


Feb 16 2011
http://jornaldebeltrao.orangologa.com.br/r...-em-clevelandia

Paraná's oldest person is 113 years and lives in Cleveland
The clevelandense Rosa Ferreira, 113 years and five months old, is currently the oldest person in the Parana of Brazil and perhaps, according to the reporter found ClaudioM Witchak, AM Radio Progress of Cleveland.She lives in a simple house in the neighborhood Santa Terezinha, and was born on December 16, 1897.She is a native of Mangalore, the daughter of Joao Ferreira dos Santos and Maria Joaquina de Ramos.She was married to Jose Garcia de Lima (deceased), with whom he had eight children (four men and four women), and many other adoptive parents.Dona Rosa, even with its 113 years old, still looks after the house, despite poor eyesight, hearing and movement, motivated by the passing of time.In the house where he lives simply and modestly, the centuries-old Rosa Ferreira, especially through Radio Progress, accompanied many important events in Cleveland, a city that will celebrate this year 2011 its 119 years of administrative and political emancipation.

Women Astorga lived 130 years
Maria Olivia da Silva, 130 years, was considered the oldest person in the country.She died in Astorga (PR), July 8 last year.


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Male - Geraldo Tabuleta (1897/98 - Feb 03 2009) of Carangola, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Feb 2009
http://www.caminhodaluz.org.br/noticias07/...fevereiro09.htm

"Die" tablet, "the older man and a Carangola Symbol Path of Light

athyon - April 2, 2011 10:03 PM (GMT)
Female - Rosa Ferreira (Jan 05 1898) of Pitanga, Paraná, Brazil
Birthplace: Linha Cantú, Paraná, Brazil


Jan 14 2012
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/17914


May 02 2010
http://www.paranacentro.com.br/noticia.php?idInsercao=3474

A resident of the nineteenth century Pitanga

According to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) in Brazil for more than 11.422 million people over 100 years.In Pitanga, Paraná Center spoke to Ferreira Rosa, a resident of the municipality, which is 112 years.

She was born on January 5, 1898, at Pitanga Line Cantú in the locality.According to Rosa Ribeiro, had a childhood very striking, despite the difficulties.He lost his mother, Catherine Ribeiro, when he was 14, and father, Manoel Ribeiro Calistro in the fight against the Indians in 1913, the revolt of the Indians Kaigangs.

Married at 16, an arranged marriage.Ferreira says that Rosa met her husband through a keyhole."My luck is that it was beautiful," he jokes.

Rosa Ferreira helped many women in Childbirth.But with the death of her husband, had to work on the farm until 86 years.He never learned to read and write.

But said that she wanted to study, however, failed because of the difficulties.According to pitanguense older, and learned a lot watching television shows to be looking forward to the World Cup, which starts in June.

When asked about the secret of longevity, good humor reveals that eats a pound of bananas per day.


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Male - Adão da Silva (Feb 01 1898 - Dec 30 2010) of São Borja, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


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Female - Maria Rita dos Prazeres (Feb 03 1898) of Japaratuba, Sergipe, Brazil
Birthplace: Jericó, Paraíba, Brazil
(AKA Maria Rita dos Prazes)


Apr 25 2009
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/12701


Feb 13 2010
http://claudomirtavares.blogspot.com/2010/...a-rita-dos.html

112 years of Rita Maria dos Prazeres
Text: Elton Cole | Photo: Claudomir Tavares

Dona Rita Maria dos Prazeres, a resident of New World settlement, 17 km far from the town, Japaratuba today completed (3:02:10) 112 years old. With the new house, built by the initiative of Mayor Lara Moura scored a better quality of life and, according to the website Wikipedia, it appears in the List of Brazilian Supercentenarians as the 5th person of full age living in the country that still allows a health sew without glasses.


Apr 19 2009
http://g1.globo.com/Noticias/Brasil/0,,MUL...NO+SERGIPE.html

19/04/2009 - 8:24 a.m. - Updated 04/19/2009 - 8:24 a.m.
Woman realizes dream of 111 years and wins brick house in Sergipe
She lives with her daughter, grandchildren and great grandchildren in a village of Japaratuba (SE).
Work began on March 12 and was completed in 35 days.
G1, in São Paulo, with information from EmSergipe.com

Rita Maria dos Prazeres, 111 years, gained new house, of masonry Japaratuba (Photo: Gazetaweb)
Rita Maria dos Prazeres, 111 years, realized his dream of living in a brick house this week, the New World settlement in Japaratuba (SE). This is the first weekend of the Centennial in new residence next to his ten children, 59 grandchildren and 57 great-grandchildren. The book was a birthday wish made on February 3.

The mayor of the municipality, Lara Moura, asked the old woman's house was demolished for construction to begin in the new residence. According to the Secretary for Works, Antonio Son, the new house cost just over $ 11,000.

Maria Rita of Time along with the family on the porch of new house in Japaratuba (Photo: Gazetaweb)
The daughter of slaves, Ms. Mary was keen to work on just one thing: the house had bathrooms inside, because in her old house, the bathroom was on the outside, which hampered their access to the very local, because it has mobility problems due to age.

In 35 days, the new home was delivered to room, kitchen and bathroom. Dona Maria dos Prazeres Rita was thrilled and set out with a few words the realization of his dream. "I'm very pleased," he said.
Learn more
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The mayor said the work is part of the program called "Casa de Taipa, Never Again," which will benefit residents throughout the municipality. "It's great to help realize a dream like this which is nothing more than a right, because everyone deserves to have a decent home."

Welfare
Maria Rita was discovered by a team of social workers from the city during the reregistration of older city. In talking with Secretary of Combat Poverty, Patricia Ferreira, said the centenarian who had only one dream: to


Apr 15 2009
http://www2.jornaldacidade.net/noticia_print.php?id=30650

15/04/2009 07:00:00

111 years of Sergipe wins brick house
At 111 years, the housewife, Rita Maria dos Prazeres won its first brick house. On Monday, New World in the town, the mayor Lara Moura gave the house key to centenarian, who lived next to their family, moments of emotion.

Rita Maria dos Prazeres, the daughter of slaves, mother of 10 children, 59 grandchildren and 57 great-grandchildren, during the celebration of his birthday in February, made a request of the mayor of the municipality of Japaratuba, Lara Moura, saying it would live in a brick house, since their was mud.

The mayor promptly responded to the request, in anticipation of a project that was being implemented in Japaratuba, called "Casa de Taipa, Never Again," which will benefit the entire county.

Lara authorized the overthrow of mud huts, and at the same location, started the construction of the envisioned brick house. And after 35 days, in an act of great joy and excitement, the mayor was back to hand the keys of the house now Masonry, with bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathroom inside the residence.

Dona Rita Maria dos Prazeres, very emotional, spoke of the satisfaction in having the request granted. "I'm very pleased," he said.

Very grateful for the recognition of the community, Lara noted that, even going through various trials in administering a city that has suffered from cuts in income, rewards itself through the smile of Rita Maria dos Prazeres, "for the people to administer is commitment made by those who respect the vote of citizens entrusted by Japaratuba.


Mar 11 2009
http://www2.jornaldacidade.net/noticia_print.php?id=28026

11/03/2009 07:00:00

House elder begins to be lifted today
Today at noon, begins to achieve the big dream of Rita Maria dos Prazeres, 111 years, the elder daughter of the town of Japaratuba: the construction of his house in masonry. The first step is to overthrow the current residence, built in the village in Taipei New World, approximately 15 kilometers from the municipal seat, and not providing decent survival. According to the Secretary of Media, Japaratuba, journalist Elton Coelho, the new residence should be ready within 60 days.

In the small house in Taipei, there are only two rooms, which accommodate Maria dos Prazeres, his youngest daughter - Gilena Maria dos Santos, 48 ​​-, six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. "When it rains, we get in the mud. Already built home for everybody here, just not mine, "he told local newspaper, about a month ago. During the construction period, Maria dos Prazeres will be "hosted" the home of a daughter, also located in the village New World, as Elton said Coelho. He said the work will be done by the Department of Municipal Works.

The new residence will comprise of two bedrooms, living room, kitchen and bathroom, and will be covered in ceramic tile. "The intention of the Mayor Mora Lara, is that this is the model home program for the eradication of mud houses that we will perform in 18 towns throughout the county, because, unfortunately, this type of construction exists in large quantities here in Japaratuba, not to mention it is a type conducive to the emergence of the barber, insect that transmits Chagas disease, "said the secretary of the Media.

City Hall, Maria dos Prazeres will receive only the house, but since their life situation was published by City Paper, that the pensioner was receiving some donations from the community and entrepreneurs. Therefore, the estimate is that as soon as the masonry home is delivered, it also receives objects that might improve their daily lives. "People are moving, like a radio station in the region, which has campaigned to collect objects for her and want to make another so that the home is delivered," recalled Elton Coelho.

The desire to have a good home, different from that currently has, was manifested in the Feb. 3, when it turned 111 years old. Maria dos Prazeres Rita is the daughter of a former slave, Maria Elisa dos Santos and a free man, slave and was born in Jericho Farm, in 1898, in Japaratuba. Despite her age, Pleasures has a force not very common for an older person, and still keeps in memory some figures of his childhood in the slave quarters. As a child, the family of Maria Rita Jericho left the farm and went to live in place called the Island, where today the farm is Helium Sobral, in the municipality. At age 15, she married the farmer José Luiz dos Santos. From this union were born 13 children, the first when he was 16.


Feb 15 2009
http://www2.jornaldacidade.net/noticia_print.php?id=26220

15/02/2009 07:00:00

Centenarian population grows 8.26% in SE
Text: Edjane Oliveira

The improvement in quality of life and access to sanitation are two key factors that contributed to that within ten years the population of people with one hundred years old or older, Sergipe, grew 8.26%. According to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), the population count conducted in 1996 there were 121 people in the state who had lived over a century. More than ten years, that number jumped to 131 seniors.

In all 75 municipalities in Sergipe there is at least one resident who has exceeded the barrier of one hundred years of life, an age well above the expectation of life, which in 2007 was 70.9 years for both sexes. Earlier this month, the City of Japaratuba, located 54 km from Aracaju, celebrated the passage of 111 years of its oldest resident, Rita Maria dos Prazeres, the daughter of a former slave of the city, who was born a slave.

As was customary at the time, Maria Rita married very young, at age 15, with the farmer José Luiz dos Santos. From this union were born 13 children, the first when he was 16. Ten of them survived. He had dozens of grandchildren and great grandchildren. Maria Rita portrays well the profile of the majority of Brazilians who have come and passed, the house of one hundred years. He started working early and throughout life remained active even after he retired.

Active Life

Today, at 111, Maria Rita also helps the family in small activities to ensure the sustenance of all. "I worked in a family house, in the garden, pulling reeds in reed making and coal," he said. But the weight of years did not draw its vitality, so that their arrangement is the envy of those who did not even get to half their age. Even using two crutches to get around, she insists that, even hidden, do household chores such as sweeping the house, help in cooking and sewing, say, in passing, without glasses, dispelling the idea that arrive this age is synonymous with disability and dependency.

Pensioner Maria Josefa de Jesus, 102 years, also wishes to remain active despite his age. A resident of the city of Simao Dias, distant one hundred kilometers from the capital, was also born city where she lives with a granddaughter, but she herself is keen to prepare the foods you eat. Detail: everything has to be prepared in the old wood stove.

"We've tried every way to persuade her to use the gas stove, but she will not," confided his son, Raymond of Jesus, who lives in Aracaju. Its 102 years it is no longer took pleasure in every day to feed on beans, flour and roast beef. "She makes sure to eat it," said the son. Josefa de Jesus also married young, had four sons and six grandchildren and has always worked in domestic activities and the field.

Special attention

According to the geriatrician Antônio Cláudio Neves, the proportion aged over one hundred years is the fastest growing in Brazil today. He confirmed that the improvement in quality of life is one of the factors responsible for this, as well as greater access to health monitoring for people at that age. "Today there are medicines that control the market more effectively health problems common to people at this age, such as hypertension, diabetes and cardiovascular problems and this also contributes to a longer life and quality," he explained.

However, the doctor warned that the fact that people are living longer requires a politics of specialized health care for them. That's because at this age, the risks of being exposed to problems related to the skeleton, such as falls, fractures and osteoporosis. "Therefore, there must be a shift in policy attention to people over 80 years and a greater care and monitoring by family members," said the geriatrician Claudio Antonio Neves.

Overall in the last decade the life expectancy of Sergipe has a considerable jump, rising 4.6 years. In 1997, life expectancy at birth in Sergipe was 66.3 years for both sexes. In 2007 came to 70.9 years, and for men was 67.6 years and for women 74.4.


Feb 05 2009
http://www2.jornaldacidade.net/noticia_print.php?id=25339

05/02/2009 07:00:00

Cake and a new home for the wife of 111 years
On the day that turned 111 years old, housewife Rita Maria dos Prazeres, the New World settlement in Japaratuba, longed only one dream: to see transformed his old house made of 'mud supapo', dirt floor and no room comfortable in a home made of brick. On Tuesday, in addition to birthday cake along with the children, part of 59 grandchildren and 57 great-grandchildren, Maria Rita could now breathe relieved. The security of the dream was made by Mayor Japaratuba, Lara Moura, who visited the old centennial with the Deputy Mayor, Pedro Moura, and Secretary of Combat Poverty, Patricia Ferreira.

The daughter of a slave and a free man, she was born in Jericho and the farm 16 years was a mother. Never studied, took care of raising children and is admired by everyone in the kitchen. At 111 years, lucid and playful, Maria Rita says she still sewing and threading a needle without difficulty. "I make a few patches, good, pass the time," he said.

On occasion, Lara Moura assured that the work of the house's centenary begins in 20 days. "We'll bring it here, build a new one for you and make it a model for Japaratuba" he said adding that the "pilot" to be erected will tell how it will work your plan 'Eradication of mud houses. " The elderly will have a new home within 60 days.

Congratulations

With the home full of relatives and people of the village, Rita Maria dos Prazeres and enjoyed every drive on your big day. It did the ceremony, attended all, spoke and joined forces to sing happy birthday and delete the candles.

Smiling and happy with other expressions of affection and gifts, Rita Maria dos Prazeres thanked those who attended the visit to his 'impromptu birthday' and still found humor to send a message: "Do not die, next year I'll see you here," said drawing laughter from the audience.


Feb 03 2009
http://www2.jornaldacidade.net/noticia_print.php?id=25163

03/02/2009 07:00:00

Born in the slave quarters is 111 years today

Text: Edjane Oliveira / Photo: Albert Dutra

No cake or party, the oldest resident of the municipality of Japaratuba, distant 54 km from Aracaju, completes 111 years old today. Daughter of a former slave and a free man, Rita Maria dos Prazeres was born in the slave quarters of the farm Jericho on February 3, 1898. With a force not very common for a person who reaches this age, Maria Rita keeps in memory only a few figures of his childhood in the slave quarters where he was born, youngest of nine children of former slave Maria Elisa dos Santos, five women and four men. "My mother worked at the Big House and my father was free, farm worker," he said.

As a child, the family of Maria Rita Jericho left the farm and went to live in place called the Island, where today the farm is Helium Sobral, in the municipality. The year is tasked to go slowly erasing the memory of her childhood moments, but not enough to make her forget some conversations with his mother. "She talked a lot about the folly of slaves and what life was like in the slave quarters when he was a slave," he said, referring to the coronation of kings blacks during the Feast of Three Kings, held in Japaratuba, traditional folk manifestation of the municipality.

As was customary at that time, Ms. Maria Rita married very young, at age 15, with the farmer José Luiz dos Santos. From this union were born 13 children, the first when he was 16. Ten were created, as she says. The oldest, the news they have is living in São Paulo. "We do not know where he lives." One lives in the municipality of Saint Christopher and the rest scattered in cities and Japaratuba Muribeca. Grandchildren she has lost count of how many have. "I do not have to tell my daughter," he said.

In a simple mud huts of just two rooms, located in the New World settlement, 15 kilometers from the headquarters of Japaratuba, Maria Rita lives with her youngest daughter, Maria Gilena dos Santos, 48 ​​years, six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. "When it rains, we get in the mud. Already built home for everybody here, just not mine, "he said.

Birthday gift

On the day that completes 111 years, his sole desire: to build a better home so he can live with the family. Last week, a team of the Combat Poverty was at the house to survey the situation of the elderly, a glimmer of hope for the family's eldest daughter Japaratuba that she finally has a brick house to live. This afternoon she receives a visit from Mayor Lara Moura, which promises to include the town hall in the Program for the Eradication of mud houses, which will be released soon, including benefiting illustrious resident.

Throughout his life, Maria Rita done it all. Worked in family, in the garden, taking junk and then widowed also worked in sugarcane fields and making charcoal. Today it survives on a disability pension from Social Security in the amount of a minimum wage, money that helps the survival of family members who live with it and working on farms and in the manufacture of mats.

Vitality

At 111 years old, Maria Rita exudes a vitality to envy any setentona. Starting with the appearance that betrays not the age you have. To move around the house, the centuries has the help of two wooden sticks that are used as crutches. But even that prevents it from trying to continue doing household chores. "Last week the same, we got her sweeping the house resting on the walls," he confided to her daughter Jaci dos Santos, who lives next door, under the watchful eye of the hostess.

Despite her age, Maria Rita really likes helping around the house daily. When the reporting staff of the JOURNAL OF THE CITY reached the site of the family, the elderly were helping to clear dicuri (fruit of a species of palm tree) which is sold at the fair for the family to help support. The daughters also told that because she can no longer make the family meal at least help pick the beans.

Even with 111 years of age, frequent visits to doctors are not routine in the life of Maria Rita. On the contrary. According to relatives, just a circulation problem that prevents her move with ease. The accurate view draws attention. At this age she does not wear glasses. The needles he uses to make her little sewing jobs are stuck by it with the naked eye.

Long life

To Maria Rita, there is only one secret to reach this age. "Only the grace of God to get me here," he said, adding, however, do not want to live much longer than that. "I'm too old. I'm just waiting for God, "he added.

But this is not the desire of their children. "We are hopeful that they live at least another ten years," said her daughter Jaci dos Santos. For Gilena daughter Maria, is a privilege to have a mother at that age. "For us it is a blessing to have a mother for so long. An happiness, "celebrated. The same joy is externalized by his grandchildren, who live with elderly, like Cleuzice and Lucilene, who are always helping her mother care for the centenarian grandmother. And longevity is not the privilege of Mary Rita. His mother, the former slave Maria Elisa, the second story of relatives, died at 105 years old.

According to the latest population count by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) in 2007, there were 313 people in Sergipe with a hundred or more years old.


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Female - Rosa Fuzaro Ferreira (Mar 1898 - Jun 29 2007) of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Jul 17 2007
http://www.consabslapa.com.br/artigos.html

With 109 years of age who completed this year, Mrs. Rosa Ferreira Fuzaro mother of our fellow Decio Ferreira (Secretary General of CONSAB'S) and Eurico Ferreira, leaves many longing for family and friends with his death last June 29. The CONSAB'S let your feelings.


Mar 2007
https://tudoeste.websiteseguro.com/?Pub=6&smfr=3&CodArt=5070

CENTENARY
Dona Rosa Fuzaro Ferreira, mother of the entrepreneurs and Decius Eurico Ferreira, completed 109 years in the last 13 days.


Oct 2005
https://tudoeste.websiteseguro.com/?DS=ttl_...124;CodArt_1439

A Rose in the Garden Lapa

FERNANDA DIAS Among those honored at the Solemn Session of the City Council, held in the Ballroom of the International College of Campos Salles, the last 14 days, celebrating 415 years of Lapa, one of the personalities drew everyone's attention: Dona Rosa Fuzaro Ferreira. In August, this lapeana completed 107 years, most of them lived in the neighborhood. "I was very honored by the military and politicians who were there," Ms. Rosa said in an interview with People's Journal on the Solemn Session. The daughter of Italian immigrants, moved to the neighborhood as a girl, due to the revolution of 1924 in the city center, where he lived previously. She said there were not many houses and shops in the region. Dona Rosa holds some sad memories of that time. "I was frightened by the noise of guns and bombs that time," he said when talking about those times of war. She says she even found a bomb in the cafeteria of his father, Rua Major Diogo, "but the police managed to avoid the worst." His eldest son, Decio Ferreira adds that, according to the stories of the mother, the war was so violent in the city center, leaving even bullet wounds in the Parish of Saint Philomena. According to Ms. Rose, by 1918, many people died because of the Spanish flu epidemic caused by a virus of bird flu. One of his sisters had a child with disabilities to have contracted the disease during pregnancy. On Sundays, she and her cousins ​​would gather with friends at home. Precisely these meetings began dating firm even marry without, however, change the neighborhood. Her husband used to promote June Festivals and Carnival every year. "Many couples, residents of Lapa, met these bashes," said Ms. Rose. But what is the secret to living more than a century? "As a child I always worked," said Ms. Rose, then mend a sentence with good humor: "The wine also helped me get here." Today, she drinks a glass of wine only when the whole family gets together. Among other habits, this traditional lapeana often pray and read the newspaper every day, mainly to learn the outcome of games for Corinthians, his team's heart "I like to walk, but can not because I have difficulty walking. Who cares about me is my granddaughter, "said Ms. Rose. When asked what he misses most, the answer is not long in coming. "From the visits of old friends, I have always sought to go to church." Currently, the great friend is her hairdresser, which is a client for over 25 years. Vain, Ms. Rose also likes well done and nails painted with an almost imperceptible tone enamel, so of course, also the work of his granddaughter. Finally, who at 107 years, a woman may still wish? "That the people of this generation is more respectful."


May 2005
https://tudoeste.websiteseguro.com/?DS=ttl_...124;CodArt_4327

PRE-DOCTOR
Fuzaro Ferreira Rosa, with 107 years, said details of what life was like in his childhood for students of the College Pre-Medical. Rose's great-grandmother of students and Diogo Ferreira Douglas Zazula educational institution. The event took place Thursday, May 5. The aim was to promote an environment of fellowship, where open dialogue led mothers and grandmothers, to talk about habits, manners and customs of their time to their children and grandchildren.


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Female - Francisca Faria de Figueiredo (Apr 02 1898) of Cuiabá, Mato Grosso, Brazil


Aug 14 2011
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Nov 05 2008
http://www.diariodecuiaba.com.br/detalhe.php?cod=316679

Miss Chiquita is the matriarch of 110 years

After experiencing the human evolution through the century which saw the biggest changes in the world, this mother's story is told in story

Family Archive

Daughter honors Miss Chiquita that for her, is an example of a mother who was always attentive to the needs of the family
CLAUDIO DE OLIVEIRA

Find a person with more than one hundred years is in itself a privilege.Who recently celebrated one hundred years Oscar Niemeyer was the genius, the protagonist and observer of today's most noteworthy facts.In a hundred years there have been two major wars, the airplane, the new geography of Brazilian society with the liberation of the slaves and adaptation, radio, TV, condoms, sexuality as a lifestyle choice, women's rights, the revolution customs, the Brazilian economic change in the pattern emerging from the countryside to the cities, cinema, rock and roll, hippie, punk, etc., etc., etc..

Today is Mother's Day and went to meet a matriarch with 110 years, Francisca de Paula Faria de Figueiredo, widely known as Chiquita lady, widow of Judge Alirio de Figueiredo.A special woman not only by age and experience, but by the history of life.The daughter of Portuguese, studied in Switzerland and came with parents to Rio de Janeiro, escaping from the First World War.At that time, women were flirting with a lot of respect and distance.Dr. Alirio passed in front of his residence every day to woo her.Spent with his beard well made and was to spy out the maiden.Then her friends told her suspicious that he wanted to date her.She said, "if he thinks about it, he should take this beard."Result: the other day, is the handsome man with smooth face.

They married.And this girl educated, who spoke fluent French, Swiss cantons from the rich, came to live in Mato Grosso.First, in Cuiabá, the "metropolis" of 1930, then in Rosario Oeste, where Dr. Alirio came to be appointed judge.

The owner of Chiquita is small, a sweet person, and his daughter Ligia Ferreira Faria de Figueiredo, who actually told the story for her, as it is with difficulty in speaking and listening given the advanced age, told us the example of a woman and mother, teacher, who never opened his mouth to complain about anything and, instead, always helped at home and was attentive to the needs of your family.


Mar 07 2007
http://www.camaracba.mt.gov.br/noticia.php?id=38

At 109 years, Miss Chiquita is honored by the city of Cuiabá

Date : 07/03/2007
Secom CâmaraCbá / Fablício Rodrigues

Sr No. Frances Faria de Figueredo
The Mayor of Cuiabá, Councilman Luther Ponce (no party) paid tribute, on Wednesday (7), Ms.Frances Faria de Figueiredo, better known as "Lady Chiquita", during the Solemn Session in celebration of International Women's Day.

Complete about 109 years ago, she exudes health, serenity and a contagious joy.Born on April 2, 1898, Mrs. Chiquita had the unique opportunity to witness the social, cultural, economic and technological century XIX, XX and XXI.

Daughter of Cyril and Isaura Gomes de Faria Paupério de Faria, was the eldest of seven children.He studied piano and became classified as music competition in Rio de Janeiro.Later, as a youth, was to improve knowledge in Europe - Switzerland and France.Pacifist essentially always expressed discontent and rejection to war.

Miss Chiquita, as usual at the time, left school at 21 and married Judge Alipio de Figueiredo.Alongside her husband, his career marked by dedication and companionship.

Circulated by 'Cuiabana' with ease, gaining a dedicated roster of friends who would gather to dance marching Women's Club Carnival in Cuiabá and Campo D'Ourique in chat, where he is currently installed at City Hall.

In addition to social participation, the longevity of Miss Chiquita, which allowed her to witness the transformation of humanity into three centuries, enabled her to receive such an honor.

Motion granted by the Chamber of applause was given personally by the family of Ponce Luther honored.She did not attend for health reasons.Still marked the ceremony with his charismatic smile.A documentary about her, posted on the House panel, moved the audience.

The ceremony was attended by dozens of women, including authors and artists.


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Male - José Martins Marques (May 06 1898 - Feb 05 2011) of Maiquinique, Bahia, Brazil
Birthplace: Cedro, Sergipe, Brazil


Jan 14 2012
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Mar 05 2011
http://maiquiniquevista.blogspot.com/2011/...centenario.html

JOSÉ MARTINS, MAN CENTENARY
He died on the last day February 5, 2011 to 112 years and 10 months of age, Mr. José Martins Marques. Born on May 6, 1898, his "Zé Martim" as he was known in the municipality of Maiquinique, participated in the past three centuries. Married three times leaves as fruit, 19 children-of which 13 are still alive, more than 50 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. With immense vocation to work from an early age he left his native town of Cedar in the State of Sergipe. To 12 years landed accompanied by their parents for the first time in the city of Salvador in search of work. To 15 years, still boy contributed significantly as aide-de-camp Mason for the construction of the Cathedral of ILHÉUS. In our region was cinnamon, trader and while handyman helped in the construction of the road linking Maiquinique the Macarani and Maiquinique of Pouso Alegre, beyond the construction of the Catholic Church of our Municipality and the District of Pouso Alegre. Always believing in your dreams, even the 105 years could see him through the streets of our city exercising some activity. So was "Your Zé", as a citizen; well man fond of his duties, a pioneer and trailblazer; worker who contributed to the development of our region. While father of the family, example of a simple man of character cleared and irreproachable conduct. For the people of Maiquinique "His Zé" leaves a gap that will never be filled; the story fit, however the eternal preservation of their memory.


Jun 30 2007
http://ns1.hnnet.com.br/dimensao/36anos/maiquinique1.html

Maiquinique man is the oldest of Bahia - 109 years

José Martins Marques, 109 years

José Martins Marques was born in 1898, and despite many years of life, remains lucid beside his wife of the third marriage, Alzira Martins in the city of Maiquinique. A native of Cedar county, Sergipe, José Martins arrived in Bahia with 12 years in Salvador, accompanied by their parents seeking work in the capital.
Then he moved to Itapetinga. Ali, grew up playing dumb troops used to transport goods in the region.
Father of 20 children and 50 grandchildren after three marriages, José Martins participated in important moments in the region. Remembers vividly the construction of the road linking the Maiquinique MacAran, rudely made, with men using tools menial.
Maiquinique exercised in public activities until his retirement. But retirement did not take away the strength to continue the grind. He fought in several other activities to the edge of Centennial. When asked the secret of longevity, José Martins does not hesitate: "dream. The day I stop dreaming man, he begins to die."


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Female - Bauduina Lopes (May 18 1898) of Barbacena, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Birthplace: Capela Nova, Minas Gerais, Brazil
(AKA Balduina Lopes)


Feb 21 2008
http://www.barbacenanews.com/noticias/inte...solutions-shtml

D. Baudouin may be the oldest of Minas Gerais
Women's clinic of Santa Casa welcomes women who can be the oldest of Mines
D. Baudouin Lopes, who may be the oldest woman of Mines, one of the beds in the women's clinic of Santa Casa de Barbacena

The mining, Lopes Balduina today can be the older woman in the state of Minas Gerais. Born in the community of Palms, City of New Chapel, the elder was born on 18 May 1898 and only recorded three years later as was customary at that time. According to her granddaughter Maria Candida da Silva, who accompanies and cares for d. Balduina, this year she will complete 110 years. Of the ten children he had, only four are alive, reports confirm that the granddaughter grandmother and the lucidity of his good health.
D. Balduina who was admitted to the women's clinic of Santa Casa de Misericordia de Barbacena, between 11 and 15 February, stole the show from other patients, receiving several visits and even a special affection by the staff of the Hospital. According to the magazine it this month (2/21/08) Maria do Carmo Jeronimo, the older woman from Brazil, died in Itajubá (Minas Gerais), on Wednesday 14, to 129 years. Maria do Carmo was born in 1871 and was a slave for 17 years. In 1997 he received an honor of Pope John Paul II: a third and won a medal with the arms of the Vatican. His health had worsened two years ago after suffering several strokes. There remained two weeks in a coma.


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Female - Diolinda Soares Rodrigues (Jun 24 1898) of Presidente Prudente, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: Diamantina, Minas Gerais, Brazil
(AKA Deolinda Soares Rodrigues)


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Female - Maurília Varela da Silva (Jul 14 1898) of Astorga, Paraná, Brazil


Apr 25 2009
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Jul 31 2008
http://www.rankbrasil.com.br/Recordes/Noti...memora_110_Anos

The moment: long life: serrana celebrates 110 years

staff time: Thursday, July 31, 2008

Maurília Varela da Silva is part of the story being one of the older women of the world. She completed 110 years of life on the last day July 10. She has 14 years less than the older woman in the world, which resides in the city of Astorga, near Londrina, Parana.

Maurília Varela da Silva is part of the story being one of the older women of the world. She completed 110 years of life on the last day July 10. She has 14 years less than the older woman in the world, which resides in the city of Astorga, near Londrina, Parana. Her birthday was celebrated in St. Helena with her daughter Doralice Varela, 60 years. The party was prestigious for children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and friends.

Grandma lives in Lages 25 years ago. She became a widow for 24 years, one year after living in the city. She resided in the city of Santa Terezinha, interior of Anita Garibaldi. During his life he created seven children, five alive today, two men and three women. Has 15 grandchildren and not know the number of great-great grandchildren.

Although bedridden and somewhat weak, Grandma is good health. It is lucid, cheerful, outgoing, communicative and has great vision. Detail: doesn't use glasses. The daughter remembers that a few days ago still walked and was capinagem in batch services. Doraci says that the mother eats everything. What is more like beans, flour and pork biju, menu this which assigns as the formula for the longevity of the mother.

Older woman in the world has 124 years-according to Rankbrasil.com.br, the older woman in the world is Brazilian. Born in Itapetininga, São Paulo, and lives in a wooden hut in Astorga. Maria Olívia da Silva has 124 years.

In Lages and Serra Catarina no documents certifying the number of people who passed the 100 years of age. What is known is the existence of Hydrangea Candida de Andrade, who completed 106 years on 16 April this year. The Centennial lives in Otacilio Costa 38 years ago, but it is natural of Indians, interior of Lages. The case was news at the moment.


Jul 15 2008
http://marcianocorrea.zip.net/arch2008-07-13_2008-07-19.html

Women's Centennial

The century-old woman living in Lages, Owner Maurilia Varela da Silva completed 110 years and exudes provision. According to relatives he may be older than listed in the birth registry. Previously after birth took a long time for the child to be registered.


Jul 14 2008
http://www.clicrbs.com.br/diariocatarinens...265§ion=213

July 14, 2008 | No. 8130 Alert Back to today's edition
People
The 110-year-Maurilia
Few people with the privilege of placing candles in the shape of three numbers on your birthday cake. And Maurilia Varela da Silva is one. A resident of Lages, she completed the last 110 years Thursday, and yesterday they celebrated the historic date.

Born in Anita Garibaldi, Maurilia always focused on work, and never had the pleasure to play and study, either that or write their name. Since childhood, he helped the parents on the farm, and never complained a single service for which it was designated. From childhood, is basically what she remembers. For 25 years, moved to Lages, and soon after, lost her husband, Severino Marques Varela, who died at 78 years and fathering her seven children, of whom two have already died. Doralice Varela, 59, lives daily with the centuries-old lady in a humble house in the Barrio Santa Helena.

Doralice believes the mother has more than 110 years, because at that time was the custom of families registering children born only when they were already grown.

- It was recorded 110 years ago, but must have at least a 115 - the daughter said.

The birth certificate was lost with time, but the roots of Maurilia not stopped growing. Of the five living children - two boys and three girls, now aged between 46 and 70 years - came 13 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. She knows everyone's name, but it demonstrates a particular fondness for the granddaughter Rosana Aparecida dos Santos, 32, who also lives.

Four months ago, Maurilia suffered a fall at home, and could not walk. Rosana now carries on his lap for a brief tour and to take her to bed. Otherwise, Maurilia is lucid, eat well, talk a lot and keep some customs, such as eating pork, make bean soup and milk straight from the cow's teat.

Very religious and prays every night. Always good-natured, loves to watch the news, soap operas and masses on TV, and not give up listening to music, especially singer Amado Batista, on the stereo next to the couch, where he spends most of the time.

People who live everyday with Maurilia surprise themselves with their age and willingness to want to live more.

- Her mother died at 112 years, and had a life very similar. I am almost 60 in the same way, but I will not believe that so far - played Doralice.

So longevity is not a secret, but a recipe.

- Work does not kill anyone - Maurilia said.

To young people, it leaves as advice love, respect and dedication to work and family.

- I never raised my voice to my parents.

Over his lifetime, he says.

- I'm still a strong, and, God help me, I'll live a little while.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 10:07 PM (GMT)
Male - Orildes Camargo (Sep 18 1898) of Ji-Paraná, Rondônia, Brazil
Birthplace: Reserva, Paraná, Brazil
(AKA Orider Camargo)

Jan 14 2012
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Sep 27 2009
http://g1.globo.com/Noticias/Brasil/0,,MUL...M+JIPARANA.html

27/09/2009 - 7:00 a.m. - Updated 09/27/2009 - 7:00 a.m.
Farmer of 111 years dreaming of land to raise cattle in Ji-Parana
Orildes Campbell left Paraná Rondônia and headed for 81 years.
He worked with parents in cassava and rice.
G1, in São Paulo, with information from TV Ji-Parana

Farmer of 111 years or raise livestock to barbecue (Photo: Carlos Roberto Oliveira / TV Ji-Parana)
The farmer Orildes Campbell completed 111 years on Friday (18) and revealed to friends and relatives who dreams of having a piece of land to raise cattle in Ji-Paraná (RO). When asked about his life expectancy, it shows a good mood and have the answer at his fingertips. "That only God knows. I live life. I will thank God that the time still want to give me. "

He lives in Ji-Paraná for 30 years, since leaving the Reserve (PR), where he was born in 1898, where he grew cassava and rice farming with his family.

Despite constraints of health due to age, Campbell expects to realize the dream of becoming a rancher soon. "I want to get some cattle and maybe do a barbecue, one of my favorite dishes, despite the pressure problem."

Campbell has six children, but do not remember how many grandchildren and great grandchildren have. "Just remember I have 16 great grandchildren," said the farmer.


Sep 19 2009
http://www.folhadosulonline.com.br/2011/noticia.php?id=1147

Rondonia FARMER CELEBRATES 111 YEARS
Senior was born along with outlaw "Highwayman"

One hundred and eleven are required to put candles on the cake 'seo' Orido Camargo, Paraná a Reserve, who was born on September 18, 1898 and arrived in Rondonia for 27 years. Lucid and listening hard, Orido spends the day on the porch of the house where he lives with his wife, Ana Maria Vidal, 87. When 'seo' Oribe was born, the Old Republic was to complete 10 years, along with it, added 13 presidents until the rise of Getulio Vargas in 1930. In other words, he was practically born with the proclamation of the Republic. That year also was born Luiz Carlos Prestes. Eclides da Cunha reassume the office of the Superintendent of Public Works and outlaw Virgulino Sao Paulo Ferreira da Silva, o 'Lantern was a baby of five months. But these stories and transformations that Brazil and the world became a little more than a century, are not part of the didactic knowledge 'seo' Orido: he can not read nor write. His business has always been working in the fields.
He says he learned to smoke in adolescence, something that up until today, but it is smoke-of-string that he bites. Another curiosity is that 20 days before the 'seo' Orido, Enzo Anselmo Ferrari was born, the founder of Scuderia Ferrari and the car factory Ferrari.Ana Maria Vidal is the second wife of the 'seo' Orido. He was a widower and she was legally separated. That 60 years ago. When the couple came to Rondônia, with much of the children, 'seo' Orido had 87 years. He worked in land "niche." Roughly two years, says Dona Ana, "Orido also weeded yard in Ji-Parana to earn a few bucks more." After he slipped and broke a rib, paused, "but is stubborn and wants to moan the front of the house."
When asked about the married life, Mrs. Ana laughed and changed the subject, but one of his grandchildren the other day he said Dona Ana was disturbing wanting 'something else'.
Orido, who was born in the year that launched the Pepsi Cola, loves drinking wine, both he and Dona Ana "wine every day is good, but it's better when you have fun," she said, laughing, commenting that Orido, while working in the country, every weekend organized a forró.
The couple have 10 children, 37 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and at least 16 great grandchildren. The accounts were difficult to make because most of the family is in Parana and Roraima. Yesterday was made ​​special party to celebrate 111 years of its Orido.


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Female - Lícia Maria da Silveira (1899) of Muriaé, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Oct 25 2007
http://silvanalves.blogspot.com/2007/10/do...s-108-anos.html

DONA LICIA: 108 YEARS TO COME MURIAEENSE

This is Ms. Lycia Maria da Silveira, 108-year-old neighborhood resident Muriaé Union. Born in 1899, the owner may be the Lycian muriaeense oldest in the region. Inside the house because she walks slowly sees little and enjoy a good conversation, despite the hearing impaired by age. No rush to not run down the history of life, when you're surrounded by the friends and family remember scenes that occurred almost eight decades ago as the days of her marriage: "I was on horseback, then on foot, the yard had a big party. After marriage, she had plenty of food and sweets, "he said.
The daughter Nelsina Silveira, cook, says that the mother's longevity is due to the food that was healthy throughout his life and now the love of family affection and recharge the energy of the mother.

Over the passed 10 000 100

I saw so much to see is the privilege of a few, today the life expectancy of the Brazilian is 72 years. But the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) found increased longevity of the Brazilians during the population count conducted in 5,435 cities of 170 thousand inhabitants, were found in a staggering more than 10 000 people over 100 years old only in the cities surveyed.


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Male - Martin Prego (1899) of Curral Novo, Bahia, Brazil


Dec 31 2007
http://arildoteste.blogspot.com/2007/12/10...rtin-prego.html

MARTIN 108 YEARS OF NAIL

Martin Prego was the first sportscaster in our region. Troubadour, repent, and poet, his Martin had a unique way of narrating the football, he was circling the field and people following in his footsteps to hear the comments that noted sports announcer. Where Martin spent his left his mark, with his radiant joy, people flocked to hear his ballads and his outbursts. Today with 108 years, probably one of the older people of our town, he walks with difficulty and his memory is no longer the same, more conversation with the reporter Arildo Leone Martin also told her several stories including the passing of our county press Lantern . Your Martin had a life without health care and only stopped drinking and smoking at age 95 after his family, concerned about their state, invented the President of the Republic, Fernando Henrique Cardoso at the time, had finished with the stills of the Brazil, after crying 2 (two) days, finally stopped drinking.


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athyon - April 2, 2011 10:07 PM (GMT)
Male - Liberalino Ferreira Leite (Feb 10 1899 - Jun 15 2009) of Crato, Ceará, Brazil
Birthplace: Crato, Ceará, Brazil


Sep 16 2011
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Nov 03 2010
http://www.opovo.com.br/app/opovo/ceara/20...santinhos.shtml

Exhibition of saints
03.11.2010 | 01:30
Christ the King Square in the center of the municipality of Crato, wins an appeal in the weeks preceding the Day of the Dead: The Expomortos. The motorcyclists Roberto de Souza Brito presents photos of deceased saints and not only the city but of districts, sites and surrounding towns. Many people stop in the marketplace and are looking for friends, acquaintances and relatives.

"Some people find old friends, relatives had not seen for a long time and did not even know if they were dead," says Roberto. He began exhibiting in a tablet and now he says there are over five thousand photos and saints. "The exhibition has become so important that people will leave the holy pictures or pictures of their dead in my house or at the point of taxis and Each year the exhibition grows larger, "he says.

One of the saints draws attention of people exposed: that of Liberalina Ferreira Leite, "Your Beautiful". He lived 110 years, four months and five days. He died in June last year.


Jun 15 2009
http://blogdapontadaserra.blogspot.com/200...m-dos-tres.html

150609 - BEAUTIFUL YOUR DIE, THE MAN OF THREE CENTURIES
Passed away this Monday, 15/06, afternoon in the town of Crato, to 110 years, the oldest man of Ceara, the agriculturist Liberalina Ferreira Leite, better known as Belo Your Milk.
Born on February 10, 1899, in "Wetlands" on the outskirts of the city, which he left with his family at age 8 to settle at the site Enxu in the same municipality.
Your Beautiful was the couple's son Ignatius Ferreira Leite, of Portuguese descent, and Rita Liberalina de Menezes, the same source. She lived her youth and Boqueirão Enxu sites, which he left in 1925, after his marriage to Esther Young, daughter of his relative Antonio Jose Leite (Matthew Antonio), to settle at the site or Ponta da Fazenda Serra, acquired the heirs of Colonel. Eufrásio Alves de Brito, where a family went out to the city in the 1960s.
The Journal Ponta da Serra, in his edition of No. 09, April 2005, made him a little tribute, where the population had the opportunity to express their respect. Unanimously, all interviewees recognized him as "a good man," thus justifying their longevity.
Your Belo was born in the nineteenth century, lived a full century and died in the twenty-first century.
His body was hidden in his home, will Cartaxo Andrew Street in the town of Crato, where he was transferred, on the morning of Tuesday, 16/06 for the Public Cemetery, where he celebrated the funeral mass, and soon then his burial.


Jun 08 2007
http://odemocrato.blogspot.com/2007/06/bel...trs-sculos.html

FOR 108 YEARS OF AGE,
It is the oldest of Crato and one of the oldest among Cearense.

FERREIRA LEITE Liberalino is your full name. Milk beautiful as it is known throughout the region Cariri, was born in Crato, in Slough, on 10 February 1899, at the end of the nineteenth century. He lived intensely the twentieth century and challenges the XXI. .
Son of Ignatius Ferreira Leite and Leite Rita Mehta, a child came when Ponta da Serra was still an "embryo" District of Crato. Workers of the earth, just get a small property. He married Esther the young, back in 1925, with whom he had several children, all created in the read field.
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His life was permeated in dealing directly with Earth, it was this that gave him sustenance, the formation of a considerable heritage and, above all, unwavering zeal to human values, besides being a fan of benevolence. Your worshiped Belo also charity, especially when it came to helping the needy.
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Deserving recognition for its centennial history and the man who is, Belo milk leaves a legacy that will forever remain among us: SIMPLICITY. For his example lives on their descendants, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren ...

WE MAKE A VISIT TO YOUR BEAUTIFUL MILK, accompanied by Mrs. Naomi Arraes and Dr. Humberto Macarius, who managed to talk to her beautiful, when he met him and shook his hand, an opportunity that showed perfect lucidity.
It is worth noting, though, the exemplary treatment that is given to the family's oldest man Crato, a "World Heritage Site."


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Female - Maria Valdomira dos Santos Souza (Feb 18 1899) of Sertãozinho, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: Santo Amaro, Bahia, Brazil


Jan 15 2012
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Feb 29 2012
http://www.jornalacidade.com.br/editorias/...ara-contar.html

Two weeks: 113 years and many stories to tell
Documents record the birth of India in February 18, 1899, in Bahia; Today she lives in Nuporanga
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Photo: F.L.Piton/The City

Dona doll, won Two plays with the tataranetas; the toy is one of the old amusement, who lives on the site
Reach the age of 100 is a rare fact. Now imagine completing 113, having worked in the sugar cane cutting under the scorching sun of the region and pepper eating daily. This is the case for two weeks after Santos Souza, who lives on a farm in Nuporanga.

The work and the CPF say she was born on February 18, 1899. Two claims to be India's Tupi Guarani tribe and was born in Bahia. Today, quiet lives with one of the daughters. No need to work, but would like watering plants, giving corn chicken, wash the dishes and even cooking, although the daughter does not always allow.

The Two preferred dish is rice, beans, flour and pepper, lots of pepper. Do not like the taste of the soup Centennial. The children still have her mother drank rum until its 90 years and stopped smoking pipe for five.

If the age of the documents is correct, even more rare marks two weeks accumulates. As the fact of having been mother to 58 years, of a man who died there are five. All the offspring is composed of 13 children, 11 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren are and six great-great grandchildren.

' Tales ' of a lifetime

The old account as a child the father had to pay a toll to Indians from species other tribes to which the family transitasse by mata. "He gave pinga and smoke for them leaving the people pass by. If not this, killed us. "

As a teenager, she met her first husband. Pedro Rodrigues de Souza, 66 years old, one of 13 children of Two, said the father was Indian, but bugger. Military, "green shirt", who decided to leave the Northeast and beside her.

The destination? Uncertain. Peter tells that two weeks left two daughters in Bahia. He and his parents traveled on foot for about three years. On the way, one of the Two children came under the custody of a farmer. The other two were born in the path until she finally arrived in Sertãozinho. When they found a place to live, two weeks after her husband died. India saw with small children to create and went to work in the sugar cane cutting.

"I've worked a lot in my life, cut sugar cane, groundnut, sugarcane planted, I have gleaned cotton", two weeks after account. Miss of the past? No, after all, was a very time suffered.

India remarried, had more children, continued in hard work and retired with nearly 80 years. Lived in Belfast until the widow for the second time. Then the daughter Rosa Maria de Souza Felizardo, 61 years, took her to Nuporanga.

Fan of ' Keys '

Two weeks don't have sense of age. When they speak that already has more than 100 years it does not believe. "How? All of this? No. " At other times simply responds "thank God". About the secret of long life, the answer is simple: "Nothing", followed by a long laugh.

The only problem is a recurring cough. In addition, she is also syrup medicated with remedy for controlling blood pressure, according to the children, a prevention.

She does not wear glasses, sees well and is able to walk, but the ears deliver age.

India sleeps around or 8:0 pm 9:0 pm. Like two "strong" and food when hunger question to daughter "is already noon?". She bathes and if Exchange alone.

Before benzedeira, Evangelical today. Two weeks after going to church every week. The last birthday was celebrated after a cult. Before bed and upon waking she prays for all of his family.

Among the hobbies, in addition to the chickens and plants, like watching the show two weeks after "keys."

Another hobby is exchanging the doll clothes that won the tataranetas.


Feb 29 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWnzNDyk8Vw

STZ News - Woman with 113 years is homenagiada in Sertãozinho

Plenty of fluids helps maintain body temperature


Feb 28 2012
http://www.luciodaradio.com.br/2012/02/ine...omira-113-anos/

Unpublished, Councillor pays homage to Lucio D. Valdomira "113 years" "Centenary Medal"

D. Valdomira may be among the oldest in Brazil.

D. Valdomira, was born in Santo Amaro in the State of Bahia, on 18 February 1889, eight months before the proclamation of the Republic. Sertãozinho came to live in by 1959, and resided in the neighborhood Dawn, which she had only two houses. Mother of 13 children, married twice, worked all his life and with many difficulties, despite having smoked his pipe and took some pinguinhas, managed to survive quite healthy. Also resided in the neighborhoods of the Upper Gymnasium, St. John, COHAB 8, and the former colony of the Asylum of our city, now disabled. The Lucio Radio pays tribute to D. Valdomira 10 years ago, and I dream one day take it to the record books as the oldest woman in the world. Today it resides on the grounds of security in a family site Alfredo Nuporanga Constantine in the city of São Paulo State, but always during your visit to kill miss and visit friends. Turned evangelical, is still in place hens, make your coffee, sewing, no glasses, and plays a lot with her doll. It is vain, your house is always neat and limpinha. In the Community program Lucio Fm, she blew out the candles and ate a delicious chocolate cake. It was very emotional for everyone. Congratulations D. Valdomira by its 113 years.


Apr 14 2011
http://www.radiocomunitariafm.com.br/ler_noticia.php?id=3363

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Women with more than 112 years of Sertãozinho, may be among the women "living" world's oldest.

Born in Bahia on February 18, 1889, D.Maria dos Santos Souza Valdomir Sertãozinho came in the 50's to live near the St. John neighborhood, then moved to the old houses of the orphanage, then to the Alvorada District, the Upper Gym, Cross Posses, returned to Sertãozinho going to live in the Vernon Becker and after due care has been living in a place near the town of Nuporanga nearby São Joaquim da Barra.

He married three times, had 14 children, 5 living, smoked since 15 years to 90 years, as she says fondly, "pito" or pipe and occasionally drank a rum before meals.

In Brazil, we have news that there is another woman living with 114 years and the oldest woman in the country.The broadcaster Radio Lucio has performed several tributes to D.Maria, from its 107 years, and promises the coming days to present an honor at City Hall for all the city's centennial.

The amazing thing is that D.Mary still works, but forbid their children, but she likes to sew, to treat the chickens, wash clothes, make coffee and watch TV.

Our homage to D.Maria Valdomir by its 112 years, being one of the older women in Brazil and the world.


Feb 26 2009
http://www.radiocomunitariafm.com.br/quadro_videos3.htm

Owner Valdomir - The Woman in 110 years. Sertãozinho / SP
D. Valdomir dos Santos was born on February 18, 1889 in Santo Amaro in Bahia, came to Sertãozinho was still small and Dawn reside in the district which she had only two houses. Mother of 13 children, married two times, smoked a pipe for 95 years it is since 15 years, and one time or another took a rum. Retired in good health except for a bit of cough due to smoking. More an homage Lucio Program - Community Fm. Sertãozinho


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Female - Antônia Monteiro (May 10 1899) of Solonópole, Ceará, Brazil


WOP: Feb 15 2011
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/16350


Mar 24 2009
http://solonopole.blogspot.com/2009/03/mul...completara.html

She now lives practically in a network, in a small room in the house of his eldest son, 73-year-old, however, Antonia Monteiro, prepares to celebrate the 10th day of May, its 110 years of life "very well lived, "with an iron health.

Without seeing, because the development of cataract since the age of 90, and with limitations in hearing, she went through a lot more than a century of life: the invention of the electric washing machine, the first flight of Santos Dumont, in 14 Bis, saw the cars replace the carts and men walk on the moon passed through two great wars, many national and international crises and changes in Brazilian politics. Today, just smiles when asked what he thinks about life and the fate of the Country Comes to the irony: "My speech is loose, because I have more teeth. Who has spoken a little weird, half muffled, I guess " Jokes


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athyon - April 2, 2011 10:10 PM (GMT)
Female - Beatriz de Oliveira Soares (May 21 1899) of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: Itapetininga, São Paulo, Brazil


Jan 16 2012
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May 22 2009
http://www.portaldoenvelhecimento.org.br/artigos/z754.htm

A resident is 110 years

SAO PAULO - Many mortals can not reach half the age of Beatriz de Oliveira Soares. Mercedes A resident of the street who turned 110 years of life. The celebration gathered the family around the century-old lady.
But neither age managed to erase the memories of the girl who was born in Itapetininga on May 21, 1899, began his studies at the school from the Republic Square in St. Paul and graduated teacher in San Carlos, following in the footsteps of his father, Mariano de Oliveira, for their dedication to the career you name a school Pirituba.
His career began in the countryside and in 1937 she moved to São Paulo. The profession approached the teacher, John Smith Son, whom he married and had four children: Glaura (deceased), Celia (writer and pedagogue), the opera singer and teacher Marília Siegl (retired by the Municipal Theatre), and Dirceu.
The pictures on the wall of the room furniture and record its history, most lived in Lapa. The retired teacher and taught in the old school Pereira Barreto, at the time the school was in the building of the current school Anhanguera in Antonio Raposo. "At that time the teachers had much value and were respected by students," recalls the teacher.


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Female - Cerila Maria de Souza (Jun 10 1899) of Mogi das Cruzes, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: Aracatu, Bahia, Brazil


Sep 18 2011
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Jul 02 2011
http://www.moginews.com.br/materias/?idmat...ito=1&ided=1248

Female 112 years may be the world's oldest
Born in Bahia, Cerila Maria de Souza lives in Bras with the eldest son

Owner Cerila was a farmer and had a very painful life
With a health care the envy of many young people, Cerila Maria de Souza may be the oldest woman in Brazil or even the world. Born June 10, 1899, State of Bahia, in a small town called Aracatu, owner Cerila, as it is called, completed 112 years and lives in Mogi in the district of Brás Cubas. With the recent death of Maria Gomes mining Valentine , who was 114 years and entered the "Guinness Book of Records" ("Guinness World Records") as the oldest woman in the world is likely to Cerila owner is now the oldest. Completely lucid, the Bahia who worked most of his life in farming, in which planted cassava, cotton and vegetables, happy and fulfilled is said to have been able to raise their children, even with the difficulties now. The former peasant had five brothers, three of whom are living, has an even 102 years. Owner Cerila married late, when he was little more than 50 years, Alvino Jorge da Silva, Bahia. She said the delay was to join because he had not been lucky enough to find someone to fill your heart. Soon after the marriage, had three children, being the oldest, Antonio Jorge da Silva, 57, who cares for this child Cerila mistress, with whom she lives: "My mother is wonderful, I'm sure it will live much yet. " The husband of the former peasant died 35 years ago and she never remarried. With a hard life, but never lacked love, owner Cerila he lost his home in Bahia in a fire in 1966 because his house had a thatched roof and mud walls. "It was a difficult time, and had nothing to eat till the missing, but my mother and father always encouraged us to fight for our objectives and follow the right path. In addition, she was always loving and caring with the children," said the eldest. Cerila Owner arrived in Sao Paulo by 1976. His children were already living in Mogi, because before they came to try their luck in the Southeast. First settled in the district Quatinga, then went to Jundiapeba almost 30 years ago and she lives with her ​​son in Bras Cubas. Without any health problem, only a hearing impairment, Cerila owner does not take cold drinks, eats only rice, beans and meat and have their meals on time. She walks around the house, like the mall, visiting relatives in Bahia, and watch soap being in the company of family. Owner Cerila is illiterate, has nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren and prove their age with ID, because it has no birth certificate, since he lived had no access to the registry.


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Male - João da Rosa (Jun 24 1899) of Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Maracaju, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil


Sep 18 2011
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Jun 24 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8E0YmihJx5A

Balance Sheet - Man's oldest complete MS 112 years. Look!

Can you imagine living for more than 100 years? An elderly Campo Grande, celebrated today (24) the birthday of his 112 years of John Rosa, Asylum St. John Bosco in Campo Grande.


Jun 24 2011
http://www.msrecord.com.br/noticia/ver/556...uita-disposicao

Man's oldest MS celebrates 112 years with great enthusiasm
Birthday the day told the MS Record some of your memories

Photo: Playing Record TV MS
John had his cake this morning and congratulations

MS Record
Can you imagine living for more than one hundred years? An elderly Campo Grande, celebrated today (24) the birthday of his 112 years of John Rosa, Asylum St. John Bosco in Campo Grande.

The team from MS Record went to the site, visit the birthday boy, and he comes walking 120 years, coquettish to us. Today the look is special and has to be in style for the birthday.

Sitting on the porch, all cute, a little prose and he was chatting in her ear. Among some of the words or anything else, he loosened nice to see that smile. Dominguinhos lived long in Marazion and it is there, the few memories he recalls. He worked on the farm and handled the cattle.

According to the officials of the asylum, he was brought by former boss, since he had not Maracajú family and home, his family is great. And in the pace did not miss the birthday congratulations.

"Living with him is great, because he is a calm person, and is glad one of our seniors who has almost no health problems, is moving alone," says social worker, Neide Nascimento.


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Female - Presolina Coelho (Jul 24 1899 - Apr 24 2011) of Canguçu, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Canguçu, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
(AKA Catuia)

Jan 16 2012
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Apr 26 2011
http://www.radioliberdadeam.com.br/noticia...5e-659c133c8a3b

Canguçu lost its oldest resident

Canguçu lost its oldest resident, and the state, a centuries-old Gaucho. On Sunday, at 111, died Presolina Coelho, owner or Catu, as canguçuenses knew her.

Farmer, housewife, midwife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, while her mistress lived Catu city in the south of the state grew. Went through three centuries. Your document indicates he was born in July 1899. However, it was speculated that the date was earlier, perhaps 1896.

During the Revolution of 1923, Ms. Catu participated, albeit indirectly, of battles against chimangos. At the time, owners of a resort in the interior of coxilhas Canguçu, called Farm Anterio Correa, fled the fighting. The few workers stayed home in the crossfire. Owner Catu did not care: he opened the farm and allowed to mount maragatos camp, while keeping almost unchanged from the routine labors of the house and foragers.

- They had to ask permission to me, only after they entered. The owners went into hiding, and I stayed. Defended the office, did not let anyone take anything from there - said Dona Catu, in an interview with Zero Hora in 2007.

As age advanced, he was saying goodbye to family. Partner, children and blood creation. In recent years lived in the company's sister, Teresa Coelho, 70. Had grandchildren and great grandchildren.

- There were forthcoming. Despite her age, she was active, he liked to watch TV, sew, mend. Also, weeded, had his own hoe - recalls the sister, who was impressed with the memory of Mrs. Catu.


Apr 25 2011
http://wp.clicrbs.com.br/pelotas/2011/04/2...il/?topo=77,1,1

Dies in Canguçu one of the older women of Brazil
Updated on 30

Last Sunday (24), Canguçu lost its oldest resident, and a centuries-old Gaucho. He died, aged 111 years, Presolina Coelho, or Dona Catuia, as it was known by the community. This Monday (25) family and friends of the elderly lady farewells, buried in the town of Florida, within the municipality.

Farmer, housewife, midwife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Doña Catuia lived while their town in the Southern State, grew. Went through three different centuries. Your document indicates that he was born on July 24, 1899, however, speculated that the date is earlier, 1896.

As age advances, Doña Catuia was farewelling family. Mate, sons of blood and creation. In recent years lived in the company's sister-in-law, Terezinha Coelho, 70 years. Had grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

-We were nearby. Despite the age, she was active, liked looking at TV, sewing, mending. Inclusive, capinava, had its own hoe – recalls the sister-in-law, impressive with the memory of Mrs. Catuia.

-Remembered as well as the city was changing. Was proud to have been a midwife, remembered have rotated inwards in the back of a horse, cart, jumping sanga to help children to be born – says.

She married only once, said it was "time in which they married once." He had two children, could not read but respected education for people. Disliked the sport football because he felt "a very crude". It was the first of five brothers and lived in Canguçu, where he died on Easter morning.


Aug 27 2010
http://mulher-jornalagora.blogspot.com/201...a-111-anos.html

Presolina Rabbit or "Catu" 111 years
An icon of longevity

Texts: Bruno Zanini Kairalla
- Collaboration: Fernanda Miki
- Photo-reportage: Bruno Z. Kairalla

F ounded officially on June 27, 1857, the city of Canguçu gathers today in their high altitudes, a population estimated at more than 57,000 inhabitants, of which one in particular, besides being considered an illustrious canguçuense, is also recognized as one of Older residents still live in town and the country itself

The identity card issued 21 years ago confirms that Presolina Cole arrived on July 24 last, at the height of its 111 years . He was born therefore in 1899, forty-two years after the founding of the place that still lives and maintains a caring very special.

P EXT completing two years of service, contract Happy age now reaches its 100 th edition honoring this distinguished canguçuense and also ' supercentenarian '- as they call people who goes over 110 years.

She was the "midwife" has helped countless babies in childbirth and created so many others, at a time to move the means of transport was by horse and wagon.

Thanks, however, must be made.

In particular Heloise Telesca Motta , 64, who kindly got in touch with our staff to suggest this story with the outstanding citizen of his homeland.

Heloise, who now resides in Rio Grande, has contacts in your family Merry Canguçu reporters Age, which were strongly rejected last Monday, 23, his brother, Adriano Motta Telesca .

President of the Bar Association of Brazil (OAB) from Canguçu, Adriano received us at his office located at the center of the city. As soon as he greeted the reporters, the attorney made a point of passing on some information about the dynamics and the local way of life, a little of its history, and mentioned that Miss Presolina represents the city.

- She is an icon of longevity - he emphasized Adriano.

The lawyer made ​​a point to deliver one of his employees and his son, Augustus (pictured above), to accompany us to the place where the respondent resides. Attentive, Augustus not only hosted the team now in place, but also actively participated in the interview that accompanies you in the following paragraphs. Happy reading!

Catu

And it lives in the higher regions of Canguçu, a charming city that integrates so-called "Mountains in the Southeast," contemplated by 386 meters. The place of residence for some years now the region is known as the Antennae.

P opularmente, she is known on the streets as Owner Catu, a nickname that quickly identifies and was warmly embraced by Presolina Coelho, who for some time moved to the house of his sister, Teresa de Jesus Nunes Coelho, to be completed in Saturday, his 70th birthday.

It is Therese who greets our reporting team and provides a brief synopsis on the history and personality of its illustrious resident. Also it is she who leads us to the floor below, where Presolina lives alone without any kind of interference.

"And it is very independent and does not like to wait for the others, "defines his sister. This, incidentally, is one of the traits of his personality that our team faces as soon enters the house of Catu: everything tidy and in its place.

How did we receive? With wide and warm smile indicating that we could come and feel comfortable. The kitchen shares space with your room, being limited by the environments and the wardrobe closets.

And it is in the kitchen, the preferred environment of Catu, she faced for more than an hour barrage of questions within hours just answering: "You forget a lot," showing that although quite lucid for his age, memory failure, as was expected.

However, celebrates the fact of having a health and how wonderful all from a later age, priority attention to heart problems, hence the pressure.

She married only once, says he was happily married and then did not want to know more on this subject. "I am the time that we marry once," he notes. Confesses that he felt alone, however, had the company of her children and grandchildren.

The eldest of five children, only to have regrets about it. Besides her husband, has also lost the companionship of two who had legitimate children and others who also helped create and grow.

After all, no rancor, much less fear of death. "The time has come for everyone. When God wants, needs, He takes ... I feel blessed to get this far, "he reflects.

Of their leisure time, regrets the medical order to stay out of their pots and their recipes. "I always liked to cook. Today I can only heat up as much water one. I am forbidden to go near the stove. They're afraid I lose my strength, falling or burn me, "says ruefully.

On the other hand, says he still has enough forces to other household chores like washing clothes, weeding or sweeping the house. Theres no time for sleeping and sleeping confesses several times a day and he dreams a lot too. Do not like football, because the sets as a "play rough."

He likes to hear songs from the radio or see on television soap operas. When I came out ready to visit the neighbors or take a walk, but loves even receive visits. Loves to talk about anything, any subject!

In life, the only thing that really says is that regrets not having learned to read, something that always made her uneasy, just by relying on others to know what it is any document or even write a reac.

Moreover, even without an education, says he always had respect for people and education, something that does not see nor realize that the current behavior of young literate.

"The real illiterates are those who learn to read and not read," once uttered the remarkable Mario Quintana, which can also be complemented by Dean Inge: "The point of education is the knowledge not of facts but of values."

Technological and virtual world is alienated. Indeed, so always preferred. You have no idea, for example, that your name appears on the List of Brazilian Supercentenarians Wikipedia site , much less that this report will be published in the Women's Interactive Blog notebook.

On this topic, remember to laugh the first time she and a cousin saw a car. "We ran out, was a scare!", She laughs. Both the vision, hearing and how the movements are relatively good for those who have 111 years.

Up and down the ladder firmly in the house where he lives with Theresa. "She loves to sew and do not need glasses," signals his sister, the owner of Presolina consistent laughs.

Without income

Catu says no recipes for longevity. However, responsibility for an inheritance. Her maternal grandmother, for instance, has died at 105 years after leaving one of the dances in town. "She loved dancing and I always liked," she delivers. When asked what makes life more beautiful, she soon sets out:

"So much!" Taking the air and adding: "I always liked to party and loved to watch the carnival. He did not miss one, "she jokes, blaming the grandmother spirit by partying in the past too oppressed by slavery. "My grandmother was a slave, I do not," she says, although that has not gone through this time and admits that much has been the target of prejudice.

Midwife

Even his grandmother, a great reference for the conversation of his youth, also inherited the passion for a profession, some years extinct. He acted as midwife for a long time! In the profession, proud of never having lost a child and blame their faith for this achievement.

Through the lives and brought the world has known many important people. Cared for many children. "I always had good bosses," explains. The grandmother was the one who attended the birth of her two children and she Presolina, who brought the world five of the seven children of Dona Teresa.

During the interview, Therese answered the question of how life will be when Catu from owner: "It will let one go, will miss. Today I thank God for it just to reach this age, be happy and healthy. "

Without a doubt, owner Presolina is part of that select group of people who will leave when you leave everything better than he had found. Live more than a century is more than having a lot of story to tell, is doing much of this history, that period so long and yet so short and fleeting.


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Female - Maria Domingas Vaz de Lima (Aug 15 1899) of Passo Fundo, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Passo Fundo, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


Jan 16 2012
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Jan 09 2013
http://www.cljdiocesepf.com.br/index.php?p...igo_noticia=645

Besides all the wonderful people who live there, especially there is, that enchanted and filled with hope the hearts of all her gifts, a simple lady with her 113 years filled with joy about whom, Maria Domenica Vaz de Lima, Owner Minga as it is called by those closest shows that the joy is in the heart, that youth comes from within and that love is what strengthens.


Aug 17 2012
http://rdplanalto.com/arquivo/30942

A resident of San Jose shelter celebrates 113 years Saturday

The party will be on Saturday, but the birthday of Maria Domenica Vaz de Lima was on the 15th.

She completed 113 years since 2002 and is maintained by the Foundation under Lucas Araujo.

Despite being lucid and listen well, Domenica not speak.

Sister Carmela Casanova, who coordinates the shelter, explains that "Minga" as it is affectionately called, is much loved by all.

The anniversary celebration will be on Saturday (18) at 15 hours, with a Mass celebrated by Father Paul Farina.


Aug 15 2011
http://wp.clicrbs.com.br/passofundo/2011/0...os/?topo=77,1,1

Passionate about design, Passo Fundo full 112 years
Fernanda da Costa | fernanda.da.costa @ gruporbs.com.br

Photo: Maria Dominga celebrates 112 years next to Carmela Casanova, coordinator of the asylum

The nails pink pink of Dona Dominga Maria Vaz de Lima gave more emphasis to the strength of hands when she cut her birthday cake for 112 years, on the afternoon of Monday, in Passo Fundo. Even with walking and speech impaired, the Passo Fundo shows an exemplary motor coordination. Left-handed, Maria has a drawing and painting as fun everyday.

For "Minguinho" as it is affectionately called, are the drawings as a study. It cultivates the habit for at least ten years time who lives in San Jose Asylum

- When she walked, she liked to carry a bag with pencils and colored pens and say "I'm going to class." I think studying has always been a dream of hers - has sister Carmela Casanova, coordinator of the asylum.

Dominga like to fill the rows of books with colored circles and paint - being careful not to exceed the boundaries - drawings provided by the house. When he was hospitalized in 2009 for lung problems, Dominga demanded that the book was taken to hospital.

Unmarried and childless, she is the darling of asylum, which has about 67 seniors. It is known to be always in good humor, smiles stamping around the house.

- Few people reach this age with health she has. Asylum, is one of the people who take less medicine - said her sister.

To brighten the celebration of 112 years, Dominga had the presence of a piper - who later led the Gauchos with music - and of children attending the "Home of the Girl."


Aug 12 2011
http://www.onacional.com.br/noticias/cidade/20301

Dona Dominga celebrates 112 years

The Monday, August 15, will have a special flavor to Mrs. Maria Dominga de Lima Vaz. The owner Dominguinhos, as is known, will turn 112 years old and is looking forward to the party, which is scheduled for 14:30 on Monday, complete with cake and balloons. The special celebration is being prepared by the staff of the shelter, believing it to be one of the older people of Rio Grande do Sul

Owner Dominguinhos lived for 10 years at St. Joseph Shelter for the Elderly, Charitable Foundation Lucas Araujo. She arrived at the establishment in May 17, 2001, sent by the municipal social assistance after having spent a month "living" in the local hostel. From what she reported soon after arriving at the shelter, it is natural to the region of Soledad, but it is unclear how he arrived in Passo Fundo. And for proof of age, she took with her the birth certificate, issued in 1979, right here in Passo Fundo.

Born on August 15, 1899, she is one of 26 seniors aged 100 or older living in Passo Fundo, according to data supplied by the IBGE Census 2010. And despite his advanced age, is one of the people who least need to make use of drugs among all residents of the shelter, according to Sister Carmela Casanova, internal coordinator of the institution.


Jun 09 2011
http://www.rduirapuru.com.br/imprime_noticia.php?id=6024

The oldest person currently in town, is Maria Domingas Vaz de Lima, who will turn 112 next month of August and lives in St. Joseph Shelter, located at Rua Araújo Daltro Son in Luke.


Mar 04 2011
http://www.diariodamanha.com/noticias.asp?a=view&id=7504

Carnival for all ages
Elderly guests of the shelter and fell in the revelry late Friday, showing that the party is for any stage of life

(Even at 111 years, Maria Dominga de Lima Vaz dance all the time / PHOTOS LILIANA CRIVELLI)

Marching to the rhythm of Carnival with great joy and about 70 elderly people danced and enjoyed themselves in under John XXIII and St. Joseph on Friday afternoon. The shelter is accustomed to perform in festivals and traditional dates with the carnival could not be different. To further encourage the location, invited the elderly under the Our ​​Lady of Light and the teachers of Dati, once a week they play with the elderly.
According to the coordinator of the shelter, Sister Carmela Casanova, even with the limitations of the animation age and health is guaranteed. "The seniors were excited about the party, both preparing costumes to show that we still have lots of energy and samba in the foot," said the coordinator. Besides enjoying the marches, who was at the party can give a whimsical decoration made by the elders.
For the teachers of Dati, Fabiana Barriquel and Eliana Ramos, this is an opportunity to socialize and moments of joy. "They were so happy with the dance, dress up, put brilliance, beautified danced and enjoyed themselves, which shows that we are working for everyone, is extremely rewarding to give more this time of joy and fun for this age group," adds Ramos.


Aug 16 2010
http://wp.clicrbs.com.br/passofundo/2010/0...em-passo-fundo/

Woman celebrates 111 years in Passo Fundo
Matthew Rodighero, RBS TV

The certificate does not let lie: 15/08/1899. It's the birthday of Maria Domenica. The body movements are already limited, but according to fellow nursing home, in Passo Fundo, the clarity is not lost with time.

This weekend, they made sure to celebrate the day as important. At 111 years, she hardly speaks, but sometimes enough gestures to show feelings.

San Jose at the nursing home, a Mass was celebrated and then sang happy birthday. Dona Maria never married and had children. The only relatives are some nephews. She arrived at the asylum in 2001, after being collected by the municipal shelter.

According to Sister Carmela Casanova, coordinator of the shelter, Ms. Maria Domingues is the "darling" of the house.
Father Paulo Augusto Farina, who celebrated Mass birthday of Maria Domingues, comments:

- I'm 81 years old and I think a very advanced age. She is 30 years older than me.


Aug 14 2010
http://201.90.127.2/?menu=noticia_aberta&id=2172

Women's oldest Passo Fundo, owner Dominguinhos full 111 years tomorrow

Longevity with quality is a desire of many people, however, not everyone can come to live many years and in this way. Dona Maria Domenica Vaz de Lima, one can say that is an exception, since it will turn tomorrow, 111 years. Born on August 15, 1899 she was born in Passo Fundo. Owner Dominguinhos, affectionately called by the residents of St. Joseph Shelter in the neighborhood and John Lucas Araujo 23, lives in the area for nine years, she came to the hostel at night through a secretariat assistance and citizenship (SEMCO).

Good humor is a characteristic of Dominguinhos Owner, who is always doing well in life, has the will to learn, likes to draw and paint, their principal occupations during the day. The coordinator of the Shelter, Sister Carmela Casanova, notes that Mrs. Domenica has good health, sees and hears, but the difficulty is to speak. But that does not prevent it being very dear to all 70 residents of the shelter for the elderly.

To commemorate the 111th year of Dona Maria Domenica, a Mass will be held today at 15 hours at the headquarters of Shelter in the neighborhood Lucas Araujo.


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Female - Henriqueta Lopes (Sep 07 1899 - Nov 04 2010) of Serranópolis do Iguaçú, Paraná, Brazil
Birthplace: Palmeira das Missões, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
(Alternate birth date: Sep 07 1905)

Jan 17 2012
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Nov 06 2010
http://www.extraderondonia.com.br/modules/....php?itemid=428

COLORADENSE ANNOUNCES DEATH OF MOTHER OF OLDER WOMEN OF THE WEST OF PARANA
Posted by Writing [ report ] on 11/06/2010 (824 reads)

Wilma Coradini (in pink blouse) organized the celebration of 111 years of Henriette Lopes last September.

Wilma Philomena Kochhamm Coradini announced the death of Henriette Lopes, considered the oldest woman in the state of Parana.

Wilma was one reason for the birthday celebration of 111 years of Henrietta, held last September in the city Serranópolis Iguaçu,

Henrietta died at 111 years, 1 month and 28 days. According to Wilma, the old woman died of natural causes. In the photo, Wilma, along with Henrietta, along with family friends.

Wilma is the mother of the civil servant in the city of Colorado West Nile Coradini.


Oct 26 2010
http://www.extraderondonia.com.br/modules/...er=0&itemid=607

MOTHER OF PARTY ORGANIZATION COLORADENSE 111 YEARS OLDER WOMEN IN CITY OF PARANA
Published by reporting on 10/26/2010 (1868 reads)


Wilma Coradini - mother of the civil servants Coradini Nile - beside the old Henriette Lopes.

Wilma Kochhamm Coradini Philomena, mother of the civil servant in the city of Colorado West Nile Coradini, was one reason for the birthday celebration of 111 years of Henriette Lopes, older woman of the Serranópolis Iguaçá, a city in Paraná.

The anniversary came two weeks ago, and Wilma gave a small dinner with a birthday cake. During the party, family members gave the true identity of Henrietta and found that his age is 111 years and not 105 as the children thought. "It's a special moment. Organise a birthday party for someone who makes 111 years does not happen every day, "said Wilma.

In the text sent to the newsroom EXTRA RONDÔNIA, Wilma has a little of the life of Henriette Lopes:

>>> Gaucho, Palm Mission, Henrietta moved with his family to Marquesita today Matelândia District, State of Parana. She does not remember when exactly, just remember who came with his move atop two horses, walking on foot for a little over 500 km. Remember a few years after coming she walked back to Rio Grande do Sul to visit relatives, carrying two sets of clothes in a bag on his back. Today she lives in Serranólis Iguacu, near Foz do Iguacu.

Henrietta has always preserved the custom of when he worked in farming, for example, walking barefoot. Even 70 years wearing only iron pot for cooking. Creole smoked cigarettes until the age of 71. Today she suffers from thyroid problems, but still always takes his mate. To date almost always walk barefoot.
She has nine children, of which only four are still alive, plus 12 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and one great grandchild.


Sep 10 2010
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrpyLL7Zi40

Woman Serranópolis do Iguaçu 111 years


Sep 09 2010
http://mais.uol.com.br/view/99at89ajv6h1/m...48963C6?types=A

Woman discovers she has 111 years of age
A woman celebrating a birthday of 105 years in the interior of Parana, when he discovered that, indeed, was six years older than I thought. Visit the BBC News


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Male - José Augusto Moura (Oct 05 1899) of São Gonçalo do Rio Abaixo, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Oct 09 2007
http://jornalnabocadopovo.blogspot.com/200...ita-centro.html

Male 108 years of visiting the Cultural Centre

José Augusto Moura, the oldest man in Sao Goncalo do Rio Below, completed its 108th birthday on Friday, 05 days, visiting the cultural center of the city. José Augusto lives in the community of Bamba, rural municipality, has 15 children, three of them adopted, dozens of grandchildren, great grandchildren and great grandchildren.
approved by the mayor, Raimundo Nonato Barcelos, a little knot, he was presented with the kit "I'm More São Gonçalo" . Asked what the secret to living so many years, he was categorical: "Never smoked, never drank, we must take care!" He said.
Lucid and speaker, José Augusto told stories of his time and was thrilled to meet the mayor kinkle .


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Female - Júlia Barbosa Ortiz Bonfim (Nov 11 1899) of Santa Terezinha, São Paulo, Brazil


Jan 17 2012
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Nov 21 2010
http://www.tercodeaparecida.org/noticias/n...asa_da_mae.html

'Miss Julia' celebrates 111 years of life on Mother's Home

Early on Sunday (21) got 90 people to the National Shrine of Santa Terezinha (SP) among friends and relatives of Dona Julia Barbosa Ortiz Bonfim, who came to the Mother House to celebrate its 111 years.

Miss Julia's birthday on November 11 and has always been devoted to Our Lady of Aparecida.

She is dedicated to celebrating "Mother Aparecida 'Health granted by God through the intercession of the Queen and Patroness of Brazil.

"I do not know how many years I have come to the shrine on my birthday. At first only my family followed me, but, over time, friends began asking to be part of this pilgrimage, "said Julia Bomfim.

After the 10am Mass, like many families who go to the shrine, the procession gathered in the basement of the Sanctuary for a lunch.

"We thank God and ask the intercession of Our Lady for all of us who came on Pilgrimage this Thanksgiving by 111 years of close calls grandmother Julia. What we can learn from her the love, tenderness, acceptance and wisdom, which has accompanied us in all our days, "said the granddaughter Isilda Nogueira.


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Female - Leodegária Cavalcanti (Nov 17 1899) of João Pessoa, Paraíba, Brazil
Birthplace: São José de Piranhas, Paraíba, Brazil


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Female - Damiana Josefa da Silva (Dec 24 1899) of Capoeiras, Pernambuco, Brazil
Alternate Birth: Feb 24 1899


Dec 21 2012
http://blogcapoeiras.blogspot.com/2012/12/...-e-uma-das.html

With 113 years capoeirense is one of the older people of Brazil

On the day the city of Capoeiras complete 49 years of political emancipation, the story of Damiana Josefa da Silva, a supercentenária that fills us with pride .

With 113 years, about to turn 114, Mrs. Damiana Josefa da Silva is certainly the oldest living person in Scrubs, and one of the oldest in Brazil. Damiana Josefa da Silva was born on February 24 de1899, as evidenced by their personal documents, data and records of the INSS, who receives a monthly benefit in the amount of minimum wage. The longevity afforded Dona Damiana enjoy being family: three children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.

- Mom, these guys came to visit! - Announced his daughter Maria Aparecida helping her sit up in bed. Sulipa the radio and I greet you with a handshake, then sat in chairs on the edge of the bed. It was after 13:00. Asked if he was okay, said yes. She recognized herself and a grandson in a picture frame hanging on the bedroom wall. She seemed happy and showed love to talk, though at times he could not understand what he was talking right. According to his daughter, she alternates with other unconnected moments of relative lucidity.

With failing health, Mrs. Damiana can no longer get around by myself, to get out of bed where it stays most of the time, you need the aid of his daughter, Maria Aparecida (Aparecida de Zé Boy as it is known) with whom he lives, and a wheelchair. Rarely leaves inside the house, the street where you live has no pavement, which makes it more difficult for wheelchair users. Even with the health problems facing Dona Damiana not give up the cigarette and coffee or, wishes that her daughter offers whenever requested.

The longevity of the INSS capoeirense does send officials to the house of Maria Aparecida, at least once a year in order to confirm that this same Dona Damiana alive. Although not vote for a long time, she's Electoral Title, and in this, his date of birth is 24/12/1899, while the CPF and the attorney for his daughter to withdraw the benefit of the INSS, the date of birth is 24/02 / 1899.

May God protect the lady Dona Damiana and her family!

'm Capoeirense Dona Damiana and did not know its history or longevity: I believe that most capoeirenses neither. This post was made possible thanks to the commitment and indication friend and broadcaster, Sulipa.


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Female - Maria Rosa do Sacramento (Dec 31 1899) of Campo Grande, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Birthplace: Aracajú, Sergipe, Brazil


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athyon - April 2, 2011 10:12 PM (GMT)
Male - Lourenço de Almeida (1899/1900) of Santos, São Paulo, Brazil


Jun 21 2009
http://www.santosfc.com.br/noticias/coluna...do.asp?id=70664

MORE THAN A CENTURY OF LOVE TO FISH!
Lourenço de Almeida, 109 years, is considered the oldest fan of Santos FC. At the invitation of the Universe Paints, seo Lawrence watched - literally cabin - from fish accompanied by the lovely and lively family.

In the photo, the son-Sebastian (carrying a shirt signed by Santos FC Pele), 70, and grandchildren Marisa, 47, Anthony, 36, Joanna, 35, Junior, 34, and Rafael, 27. And just an aside for you to "die of envy": seo Lawrence spent all afternoon with Pelé, visiting the facilities of the Training Center's Santos FC. He deserves !!!!!!


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Female - Maria Bernardina de Sena (1899/1900) of Eunápolis, Bahia, Brazil
Birthplace: Almenara, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Aug 15 2008
http://www.sulbahianews.com.br/ver.php?id=890#

Almenara: Woman riding a bike 108 years and does not despise a good cigar

For: 5 - 15/08/2008 - 07:53:15
Dona Maria Bernardina, came to the SAC, take ID card Maria Bernardine of Siena, a native of Jacinto district, municipality of Almenara, Minas Gerais, is an ancient spirit of the young and with total clarity that keeps your sympathy a good old lady.

Without using glasses, can see perfectly and set people and objects and the ability to talk to any young people.

Rosa Neto living in the neighborhood on the outskirts of the city of Eunápolis, the nice lady lies in the company name Ednei grandson and a granddaughter of only 10 years.

According to the boy said, Dona Bernardina not dispense a brand of cigarette smoke "cacique" eats anything, is feijoada, bushes or anything else, and walk with ease on a bike that is ridden by his grandson.

The older sister of Dona Bernardina, died two months ago at the age of 109 years of idade.Na fact, another example of will to live, always with joy.


Aug 13 2008
http://www.nossacara.com/ler.php?doc=3333

Maria Bernardina de Sena, a native of Jacinto district, municipality of Almenara, Minas Gerais, is an ancient spirit of the young and with total clarity that keeps his sympathy for a good old lady. Without using glasses, can see and set with perfect people and objects and the ability to talk to any young people. Living in the neighborhood Rosa Neto, on the outskirts of Eunápolis, the nice lady lies in the company name of the grandson and a granddaughter Ednei only 10 years.

Our reporter interviewing Evandro Lima Maria Bernardina
According to the boy said, Dona Bernardina not dispense a brand of cigarette smoke "cacique" eats anything, is feijoada, bushes or anything else, and walk with ease on a bike that is ridden by his grandson. The older sister of the owner Bernardina, died two months ago at the age of 109 years of idade.Na fact, another example of will to live, always with joy.


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Female - Maria Pereira da Silva (1899/1900) of Uberlândia, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Jan 19 2012
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Mar 22 2011
http://uberlandia-minas.blogspot.com/2011/...menageadas.html

Over 300 women are honored in ceremony

Photo 1 - More than 300 women have been honored -
Photo 2 - Lady Maria Pereira da Silva, 111 years, honored by his example, strength and dedication / Welton Neves

Applause motion was made by the city councilman and Marcio Nobre

The ceremony honored more than 300 women with Motion of applause, granted by the city of Uberlandia, by Alderman Marcio Nobre met thousands of women and families on Mar. 19, Assembly of God Church.

The event was attended by government officials, councilors and the mayor, alderman and Vilmar Resende Congressman Gilmar Machado. The House supported the initiative, recognizing the importance of women to the growth of society, "said Vilmar Resende.

Celebrated officially in the March 8 International Women's Day is a historical recognition the role of women in various spheres of society. Promoted by Alderman Marcio Nobre event was attended by the Quartet and the singer Mighty Fortress Regis Danese.

According to Councilman Marcio Nobre initiative was a genuine recognition that women play within society, politics and the Christian community. "We are privileged to count on their presence in all sectors and departments of the Church, a strong arm in the development of projects and actions. It is an honor for us to pay this tribute and have the support of city councilors," he says.

The event has the support of the Christian Citizen Association, Women Union and the Assembly of God Church Mission to the People.


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Female - Maria Júlia da Rosa (1900) of Rolante, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Mascarada, ?, Brazil


Jan 19 2012
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/17935


Aug 03 2011
http://www.tca.com.br/capa/noticias.php?id=59677

Maria Júlia da Rosa
Lady of 111 years is the oldest of Rolling

Known as the National Capital of Cuca and as the birthplace of Teixeirinha, Rolling has also highlighted the longevity of its inhabitants. According to data collected in Census 2010, the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), there are 36 residents, men and women above 90 and three with more than 100 years old.

One such case is that of Maria Julia Rose, born in Masquerade. The rolantense, which is the oldest of the city, is 111 years old. For 15 years living with his youngest son, Alcindo Gonçalves do Amaral, the daughter Noeli Rosa da Silva, and five grandchildren, the elderly had 12 children. Of these, only four are alive.

In addition, Ms. Maria Julia has many grandchildren, who live in different parts of the state, 40 great-grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Since it was not literate, it only saves in memory all the stories of his time and the important moments that have lived along its 111 years.

Affection between grandmother and granddaughter Julia Maria Victoria
The two are always together
Birth registration of Mrs. Maria Julia


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athyon - April 2, 2011 10:13 PM (GMT)
Female - Amélia Alves (1900) of Paranavai, Paraná, Brazil
(Birthplace: Vera Cruz, Bahia, Brazil)


Jan 27 2011
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/17963


Nov 09 2011
http://www.maedaigreja.org.br/index.php?sy...572&action=read

111 YEARS

Dona Amelia Alves was born in Vera Cruz - BA. He currently resides in the Garden in Paranavaí Ipe. As their children: Elizabeth, Leolino, Lorentino Juventino, Maria de Lourdes, Maria Lucia and Jesus, these in memory. Currently there are three living children: Eudelina, Lorentino and Clarice. She has 30 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. This month Dona Amelia received the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick. She is very healthy. May God always bless the gift of life.


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Female - Eugídia Maria da Conceição (Jan 10 1900) of Prado, Bahia, Brazil


Jan 27 2012
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/17966


Jan 11 2013
http://teixeiraagora.com.br/?p=27615

Prado: At 113 years pradense becomes one of the oldest women in the world
Posted by Teixeira Now on jan 11th, 2013 / / Comments are off for this post

In a simple house in the center of the meadow, in the extreme south of Bahia, lives one of the oldest women in the world.
Dona Maria da Conceição Eugídia completed this Thursday, January 10, 2013, 113 years old, age substantiated by the documents that record his birth on January 10, 1900.
Therefore Dona Dona Eugídia, besides being one of the older people in Brazil, is likely to be the second oldest woman in the world. That's because another Bahian may be the oldest woman in the world.
The Eurides Fagundes of Salvador, born in Salvador on December 6, 1894, 118 years made two days after the woman the oldest woman in the world by the "Guinness World Records", the record books, die.
The title of oldest woman in the world, recorded by the Guinness Book, the record books, belonged to an American who died at 116 years, earlier this month in the United States.
Our report, sought information on the regulation of the Guinness Book, and there appears that the initiative should have the title from the person concerned.


Jan 11 2012
http://www.sulbahianews.com.br/ver.php?id=12209#

Older woman in the city of Prado full 112 years

Eugídia Conception of Mary who was born on January 10, 1900, completed this Tuesday, Jan. 10, 112 years old. Grandma Eugídia is the oldest woman in the municipality of Prado. She lives in the city center, at Avenida Presidente Kennedy with some of his grandchildren.


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Female - Dosa do Viana (Jan 20 1900) of Ninheira, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Jan 27 2012
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/World...e/message/17964


Mar 14 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fz09mliCV7g

Dosa do Viana 111 anos!!
Lady in a community called Viana, the city of Ninheira-MG


Mar 14 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLz7ncAvImU

Dosa do Viana 111 anos !!!!
Lady in a community called Viana, the city of Ninheira-MG.


Mar 14 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W34MeOzMTUg

Dosa do Viana!!!
Lady in a community called Viana, the city of Ninheira-MG.


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