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PostApr 02, 2011#46

Female - Teresinha Rodrigues da Silva (Aug 15 1900) of Lages, Santa Catarina, Brazil
Birthplace: São Joaquim, Santa Catarina, Brazil
(AKA Tereza Rodrigues, Teresinha Pinto)

Feb 03 2012
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May 06 2011
http://www.destaquecatarina.com.br/Noti ... m-lages-sc

A very special Mother's Day to all mothers, however, Sierra Santa Catarina, as well as the centuries-old Theresa Pinto, who lives in San Joaquin, and that in August this year, will turn 111 years old


May 05 2011
http://www.jornalomomento.com.br/ver_no ... odigo=1221

Mother of 111 years is an optimistic woman

Born in São Joaquim and 90 days of completing 111 years, on August 15, Teresinha Pinto, "grandmother Therese," the affectionate nickname which is popularly known, that resident in the street Vidal Brazil, 487, is a living testimony the force of serrano, especially the time that woman the mother of nine children, of whom only one remains.

Born in São Joaquim and 90 days of completing 111 years, on August 15, Teresinha Pinto, "grandmother Therese," the affectionate nickname which is popularly known, that resident in the street Vidal Brazil, 487, is a living testimony the force of serrano, especially the time that woman the mother of nine children, of whom only one remains.The rest have died.

Teresinha lives with her son Sebastian Farias da Silva Neto, in 55, and his wife Lindalva Muniz two years ago the mother takes care of her husband.Therese Lindalva account that has lost almost all their energy because of age."She has no disease, only has old age," details, based on visits to the doctor at the health post in the neighborhood makes Theresa Rock, where she lives.

Even with some clarity, says that Grandma worked very hard on the farm in San Joaquin and faced several difficulties, not deprived him of the will to carry or cause any fear.The more than century-old mother of Lages older can still appreciate that the difficulties are inherent in life, which it views with ease."The best of life is to live," he repeats, always, the wife of 111 years, confirming its tranquility to speak of human existence.

As for the hand-rolled cigarettes, the "haystack," says the old woman who now can no longer cut the smoke with his pocket knife."This is a custom with me for many years and that gives me pleasure, perhaps because they accompany me for so long," says Teresinha Pinto on August 15, complete 111 years.


Aug 18 2009
http://www.correiolageano.com.br/htmNot ... =21317&c=6

The best thing in life is to live
At 109 years, Theresa smiles for life and repeats his refrain: "The best thing in life is to live"

Lages
Good humor is one of the characteristics of Therese.She was born on August 15, 1900 and proud of it, not because they exceeded a century old and have completed 109 years, but because a birthday on the day of Our Lady of Joy, patron saint of Lages.She attributes her longevity to God's will.For her, nothing happens "without God willing".
Lucid and responsive, Teresa, who lives with his son Sebastian, in the suburb of Penha, in Lages, do not lose the opportunity to make a joke.And it is your child the main target."My hair bleached because of it, because I only have this (child).Imagine if you had some more.Not even the spanking that I solved the problem, "he says and smiles.
Even with little memory of ancient events, she says she was born and lived in São Joaquim.Who worked hard in the fields with hoes and axes.Without revealing nostalgia, the wife of 109 years declared himself happy with that life goes on offering you.
Therese does not hide the pride.She loves to be photographed and when he realizes that his photos will make demands to be "neat", combing hair and a colorful headband.
Therese had only one child, but she created two adoptive like biological.Every year on the 15th of August, everyone gathers around her to share the joy and birthday cake.This year was no different and, last Saturday, the family gathered around Teresa, to give her one more hug for my birthday.


Aug 15 2008
http://www.correiolageano.com.br/htmNot ... 6&id=12391

A lot of vitality to 108 years
Joaquinense of birth, by adoption Lageano, Tereza Rodrigues is looking over its 108-year history

Lages
The physical frail, weakened by age, perfect vision and hearing, coupled with the lucidity that retains information no longer than 80 years ago.So is the old lady who lives down the street Gaetano Donato, 109, the subdivision Nadir, his son Sebastian Rodrigues da Silva, 52, and grandson Jean Evanil Pinto da Silva, 20 years.
The planter of St. Joachim, who planted corn, beans, potatoes and many other agricultural products, remember who did it "to hoe", which was one of the tools of the time and already speaks a cliché it is characteristic: "The best thing life is to live. "
Beside the wood stove, with the straw cigarette between his fingers, Tereza has a smoker since the age of 10, a habit that was initially hobby, into a habit that goes with it for 98 years.The brands of long life and the difficulties he faced did not took a good mood.She keeps smiling.
"My Mary, as I like to dance," recalls the elder revealed his preference for xote and waltz.She amended that comment when he said that this birthday cake will have 15 days, but will not have the ball, implying that I would like you dance.
Another thing is Tereza Rodrigues likes to receive visitors.She says "every day there are people here at home" and wishes to one of his jokes: "Where is woman's gossip, as it also is where man," showing the cunning to match man and woman.
Two female visitors it receives are often Naiana of medical and health community agent, Liz Terezinha Batista.Blood pressure 12 X 8, regular heartbeat and lungs working well, encourage those who are the caretakers of Terezinha Rodrigues.Osteoporosis hinders him some moves.

Preferences of elderly

Pork, mainly;
Biju with milk;
Visits and good conversation;
Do you receive health care;
The company of his son and grandson.


Aug 26 2007
http://www.clmais.com.br/informacao/129815/?old

Clarity and firmness in the 107 years of Theresa Smith
Speaker and charging what you promise, Teresa Rodrigues da Silva says that the firm shows

Showing lucidity, though with age, the old woman complaining of decreased vision, but says he listens very well.The memory is not like a year ago but still remember old events in its city of origin, San Joaquin.

Theresa Rodrigues da Silva lives in Lages 30 years ago, but still misses the farm where he grew up working in agriculture."I worked very heavy duty, carrying baskets of corn. A quiet and happy life, though hard," he says.

Today, 107 years of women living on the streets Donato Caetano Machado, Allotment in Nadir, Penha neighborhood.She still lives with the only biological son, Sebastian Rodrigues.Therese have three other adopted children, three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.One of the foster children she has not seen for many years.

Already, Marlene, one of the adopted daughters, struggling to support her mother that she is the only true, because what really matters is that you have created, taught to live and recognize what you did.

Therese has pride itself on the rise, only accepts help when they can not dismiss it and becomes stubborn in that sense.She insists on making coffee for those who go to his house and when someone points out the waiver.

"You think you can not get a coffee," he replies.If allowed, according to her granddaughter Alana Rejane, Grandma goes to the stove.Listening to her, Theresa Rodrigues says that prepares meal, sometimes."The stove and pots are there, just do," he says.

The reaction, typical of old age, leads her back to his favorite subjects, life in the case of agriculture which she loves.Recalls that worked great in the field, the time of working with the hoe and regrets that now can not do this kind of service.Complain also no longer be able to plant vegetables in your backyard, as he did years ago.

Although somewhat melancholy, Grandma Therese does not show sadness.The complaints that do are clearly the physical conditions that do not allow hoeing, chopping wood and preparing food.Repeat whenever life is for people brave and sympathetic to the things that happen.

When asked about how to get to 107 years, she answers quickly: "enjoying life".Then he says that we get to that age at the hands of God and that He is who should be thankful for having lived so long.Likes to be photographed and forgot to do it, complained, "they said and did."

But she had a great joy in his birthday.Friends came to their house to celebrate the date and she was entitled to cake and candle, which made her very happy, as she herself says.Today, the main difficulty is to have a more nutritious diet, which can give you more energy.











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Female - Sebastiana Tereza de Castro (Sep 06 1900) of Goiás, Goiás, Brazil


Feb 03 2012
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Wo ... sage/18009


Apr 28 2011
http://www.ovg.org.br/index.php?idMateria=102865

OVG does feast for the 106-year resident

The birthday of 106 years of dona Benedita Maria Francina, resident of Complex Gerontológico Sagrada Família, was celebrated April 28, in an atmosphere of celebration and joy. On occasion, been given homages to other people's birthdays April, residents and officials of the unit of OVG. The event was the attendance of the Coordinator-General of the Organization, Afrêni Gonçalves, and technical coordinator, Born Helca.
The celebration featured live music, cake, quitandas, salty snacks and soft drinks served to the participants, some of them residents of neighborhoods to complex Gerontológico, which is currently 113 people – 70 residents in the Holy family, 33 in the daycare center and 13 who attend the Day Center, units that integrate the complex of OVG.
Benedita Maria Francina was born in Corumbá de Goiás, he then Under Holy Family in October 1975, aged 70. Another former resident of the complex is older than Benedita: mining Sebastiana Tereza de Castro, resident in the unit since 1999, will complete 111 years in September.


Sep 24 2010
http://www.noticiasdegoias.go.gov.br/in ... eria=87477

Sagrada Família celebrates 110 years for resident
Photo: OVG

The complex Gerontológico the Holy family of OVG does next Monday, April 27, national day of the Elderly, a tribute to the oldest resident of the House. Doña Sebastiana Tereza de Castro-end 110 years. The celebration with beginning at 14 hours, given the presence of the President of the OVG, Raquel Rodriguez. The event, in the gym of the unit, will open the celebrations of the week of the Elderly.


Nov 24 2007
http://www.hojenoticia.com.br/cidades/2 ... no-brasil/

Goiás between those who live more in Brazil
The Goiás are among those who live longer.In the state, the average life expectancy in 2006 was 73.1 years, higher than the national rate?72.3 years.In 1960, the indicator was 54.6 years, an increase of 32.4%.Goiás ninth figure in the national ranking of life expectancy at birth.The Federal District is at the top of the list: 75.11 years.Alagoas is the last place, 66.36 years.The figures were disclosed yesterday by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE).Longevity has increased, but the neglect of the elderly shows that the country is not ready for aging population.Improving access to health services, immunizations and prevention, increasing the level of education and scientific advances have contributed to this change.? Medicine worked very much in favor of longevity, but lacks the scope of social work?, Says the social worker Neuza Alves Neves, who works in the Holy Family Complex Gerontology, in Jardim Bela Vista.The increase must be accompanied by the expectation of quality of life.Neuza Second, the legislation that assists the elderly is great:? We have a national policy for the elderly, a statute, Loas (Organic Law of Social Assistance), but lacks enforce the law?.The long-term institution where he works has Neuza two centuries of its 66 inmates.The mining Sebastiana Teresa de Castro was born on September 6, 1900 and lived most of his life alone in the Garden New World, in Goiania.He has a history of abuse and loneliness, but was supported by a group spirit.He arrived at the complex for eight years and as never married nor had children, donated the house, now transformed into a spiritual center.The lady of 107 years in good health, while walking on a wheelchair after a broken femur, four years ago.In occupational therapy, helps to separate the scraps for making carpets.Lost a bit of lucidity, but let the good humor with the assistants and visitors.Benedicta Maria Francina is 102 for 32 years and came to the institution.Descendant of indigenous people, Goiás Corumbá has played the harmonica as a hobby.It has heart disease and weakened lungs, resulting from the life of a smoker.Today I received love and care of the professional staff of the entity that is maintained by the Organization of Volunteers of Goiás (OVG).To Neuza, enforce laws protecting the elderly is the duty of family, community and state.But for her, society does not know how to respect the white hairs.Genres Infant mortality decreased 64% between 1980 and 2006.In Goiás, the average is 20??27 years was 47.3?, decreased 57.7%.Men still die more than women.In Brazil, in 2005, life expectancy for men was 68.2 years and for women 75.8.In 46 years, male mortality has intensified, especially in the range of 20 to 24 years.In 1960, the chance of a dying man with 20 years was 1.1 times greater than that of a woman the same age.According to IBGE, in 2006, the chance male, compared to the same woman a chance, the same age group (20 to 24 years), increased to 4.1 times.The increase in male mortality is due, in part, to deaths from external causes or violent deaths.Violence in Brazil, a man aged between 20 and 24 are four times more likely to die than a woman with the same characteristics.In 1980, this difference was 2 times.This increase is due mainly to violent deaths, say the experts from IBGE, reported yesterday that the Table of Mortality.? This situation clearly reveals that little progress has been made with regard to public safety.These young people could be entering the labor market, but were killed prematurely, leaving their families traumatized?, Said the manager of research and analysis of Demographic Dynamics of the IBGE, Juarez de Oliveira Castro.


Sep 06 2007
http://www.noticiasdegoias.go.gov.br/in ... eria=28305

OVG celebrates 107 years with the party as beneficiary

A resident of the Centennial Complex Holy Family Voluntary Organisation of the unit of Goias, was today celebrated its 107 years in the institution.Lucid, Sebastiana Tereza Castro blew out the candles on the cake, specially prepared for the occasion.Sebastiana attributes his longevity to belief in God.







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Female - Comba Paula da Silva (Sep 10 1900) of Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


Feb 03 2012
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Wo ... sage/18010


Sep 30 2011
http://www.diariopopular.com.br/site/co ... ticia=3833

Simplicity is one of the virtues of a woman in 111 years

The century-old who was born within Piratini has only one regret: not being able to retire
Having never read nor written a word, the greatest pastime of Dona Paula da Silva Comba, born September 10, 1900, is "read" magazines. Do not miss the math: 111 years are truly well lived. The recipe for longevity she does not know. But just look at the past a lot of work to know that apart from the field was and still is the most simple life together with the soft-spoken nice old lady and look tired. Through the window of the humble ranch within Piratini Comba pass the 20th century saw . Of the most important events, world wars that were knocked on his door. The field worker saw his brothers being taken to serve the country, unable to do anything. Who tells the story is the daughter Geleci, 66, who 18 years ago decided to move to Pelotas, accompanied by her mother, of course. More information about the life of Comba, you can see in the print edition of the People's Daily on Tuesday (4 ).







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Female - Lucíola de Jesus (Sep 19 1900) of Mangueira, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Birthplace: Perdizes, São Paulo, Brazil
(AKA Vô Lucíola)


Refer to this post: http://z3.invisionfree.com/The_110_Club ... topic=1793

PostApr 02, 2011#47

Female - Benedicta Pinto Pedroso (Nov 15 1900) of Castro, Paraná, Brazil
(AKA Benta Pinto Pedroso)


Refer to this post: http://z3.invisionfree.com/The_110_Club ... topic=1628


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Female - Maria do Espírito Santo Santos (Dec 01 1900) of São Pedro, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: Curralinho, Pará, Brazil


Dec 2009
http://www2.uol.com.br/debate/1496/regiao/regiao07.htm

The region's oldest woman lives in San Pedro

LIFE AND HEALTH - Northeast, Maria do Espirito Santo Santos, 109, is considered the oldest in the region through the registration of the INSS

Mary Holy Spirit shows that sewing rag dolls, at age 109
Pensioner Maria do Espirito Santo Santos, 109, was considered the oldest woman in the region by the INSS. Bishop's son Nelson Santos was advised by an employee of the public when he was hitting a documentation of the mother. According to the record in the INSS, Mary was born on 1 December 1900 in the town of Curralinho-PA.
Mother of 22 children, Maria has graced the pages of the DEBATE reporting having lived with the highwayman Highwayman and Maria Bonita in Northeastern Brazil
Rural worker, Maria moved to the State of a truck coming in "stick-to-parrot." She was raised with his grandparents because he lost his parents early. The century-old escaped from a marriage "arranged" in the Northeast to be with Bishop Manuel dos Santos. Mary had to travel on foot with her boyfriend for the town of Manuel Frei Paulo-SE.
After leaving home, Mary went through several towns. Lived in Ranchi-PR, Presidente Prudente-SP, and others who can not remember more. Mary eventually came to St. Peter by the influence of a brother who lived in the city. Today, lies with some of the children at St. Peter's Cloudy. Others are in Osasco and Presidente Prudente.
Maria likes to sew cloth dolls to pass the time. Despite his advanced age, surprisingly does not disturb the view when it comes to threading the needle. While the actual weaving cotton thread and sewing dolls, Mary likes to sing the "ballads" that he learned in childhood.
In the latest edition of DEBATE was also told the story of the centennial Geraldina Maria da Gloria, who lives in Santa Cruz do Rio Pardo According to the report of the daughter, would Geraldina 109 years. However, the son of Mary disputes, ensuring that the mother is the oldest records by the INSS. The problem is that Geraldina not have documents to prove age.
Besides advanced age, the two have more in common. They arrived in the region in search of farm work and ended up choosing Santa Cruz and San Pedro to reside.
Just as Geraldina, Mary Holy Spirit likes to eat everything and has no health problems. The son of Mary revealed that among the favorite dishes of the centennial is mocotó pork with cassava flour and orange.


Oct 27 2008
http://www2.uol.com.br/debate/1438/capa.htm

Woman in 108 years reveals that met the highwayman Highwayman

Retired lives in St. Peter's and had 22 children Cloudy

Maria Santos was born in the Holy Spirit Curralinho-PA and saw the "King of Cangaço" closely. A resident in St. Peter's Cloudy, she had 22 children. Maria Bonita Maria reveals that had really beautiful traits, but he was overweight.


Oct 27 2008
http://www2.uol.com.br/debate/1438/regiao/regiao06.htm

Woman 1900 met Lampião and Maria Bonita

Natural HISTORY — of Pará, the retired account that Wagg was small and skinny and that it was Maria Bonita who doled out cash to needy

With 108 years, retired exemption help and takes care of the House alone, in addition to sew cloth dolls
In São Pedro do Turvo a resident has a great story to tell. Maria Espírito Santo Santos was born in 1900 in the city of Curralinho-PA. Still singing his trova, making handcrafted cloth dolls and custom sewing their own clothes, Maria account that met Lampião and Maria Bonita when still lived in the Northeast.
With 108 years, the retired reveals that dislikes have employed and prefer to wash clothes in the tank. "This business of wash all the clothes junta doesn't work [referring to washer]," he said. Despite his advanced age, Maria has no serious health problems. Impressive is the view. Maria is a line in the needle easily to make the dolls and sew clothes without glasses.
As lost parents very early, Mary was created with grandparents. Had a marriage "arranged" with a "ricaço", but fled to marry Manuel, with whom he had 22 children. "My family didn't like it because it was the poor man, but I didn't want the marriage hit" account.
The old account who fled on foot with her boyfriend Manuel to Frei Paulo is. "us took food to eat on the way and stopping. Had no car, "he recalls.
Because of memory a bit gruff, Mary didn't need dates and ended up doing some confusion on the chronological order of their stories. A son explained that his mother always said she had 22 sons and married 13 years. He does not know how many were in the Northeast and which of them came with parents to São Paulo. Maria also did not explain. Currently 11 children are alive. Two of them live with Mary in San Pedro.
"I had 22 sons and not had this business hospital; was everything in house. I have no further contact with them all, nor know more where they are. Do not send more news, "complains.

Wagg — The Succulents lampião, the Highwayman, was born on July 7, 1897, in the State of Pernambuco. Compared to Robin Hood, Lampião stole merchants and farmers and distributed money to the poor. However, their acts of cruelty earned the title "Rei do Cangaço." Mary Holy Spirit that once met with Wagg and his bandits. "Lampião was little bitty fellow and skinny. If found it alone gave to topple real easy. He told me to not be afraid because it wouldn't do anything, "reports.
The retired also met Maria Bonita. However, although reveals that the woman of Lampião was really beautiful, recalls that he was overweight. "She doled out the money that teammate extracted for poor families, children without parents and widows. She helped many people, "he reveals.
About Lampião was caught by police, Maria said: "he was caught nothing!", refusing to believe what I heard after having left the Northeast. Since migrated to the North, the retired never saw their homeland.
Lampião died on July 28, 1938 in Farm Angico, in Sergipe. His band of thirty men and five women was beginning to rise when they were victims of an ambush of a troop of 48 policemen of Alagoas, commanded by Lieutenant John Bezerra. The fight lasted 10 minutes. The police had four guns. Lampião, Maria Bonita and nine bandits were killed and had their heads cut off. Maria was beheading one of them alive. The others managed to escape. The cangaço ended in 1940, with the death of Corisco, o Diabo Loiro ", the last survivor of the Group commanding by Wagg.

Change — After leaving the North, Mary went through several cities. Lived in Paraná and Rancharia and Presidente Prudente, São Paulo State. It recalls the era when moved to San Pedro, but recalls that met the city through a brother of Manuel and settled in the quiet town.
The husband died many years ago and she continued with some children in San Pedro. Some live in Osasco, Campinas and several cities in the country.
Still in the Northeast, Maria liked singing, mainly in the plantation. Today still recalls the Bard while making their seams. To make your dolls, Maria weaves his own direct line, made of cotton that learned from Grandma nordestina. A few years, the family discovered that Mary has a brother still live in the Northeast. He also has over 100 years. Mary does not know what the secret of the family to live so long — and with health.





PostApr 02, 2011#48

Male - Waldemar Levy Cardoso (Dec 04 1900 - May 13 2009) of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Birthplace: Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


May 15 2009
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May 13 2009
http://www.sidneyrezende.com/noticia/39 ... vy+cardoso

At 108 years, dies Marshal Waldemar Levy Cardoso
Writing SRZD | National | 13/05/2009 16h04
The Brazilian Army, through the Eastern Military Command (MLC), said the death of Marshal Waldemar Levy Cardoso, on Wednesday, to 108 years old, the Central Army Hospital (HCE). The funeral takes place at the Palace of the Duque de Caxias (PDC), in the Main Lobby - 1st floor, with the regulations of the funeral ceremony of the Armed Forces are entitled by death, the marshals of the Brazilian Army.

The posthumous tribute will be performed as parental authorization, with the participation of the Guard, Bodyguard and Save Funeral, as the Guard Burning Board which is comprised of cadets from the Military Academy of Agulhas Negras (AMAN) of the artillery, which belonged to the Marshall Levy Cardoso and representations of the Garrison Military Organizations in Rio de Janeiro.

Who was

Marshal Waldemar Levy Cardoso was born on December 4, 1900, in the Guanabara State, then Federal Capital and can be considered an admirable person, since there are few people who manage to reach more than a century old. Made history as the last Brazilian Marshal-Army live, as the highest office of the land forces was abolished in 1967 when there was a structural reform in the Brazilian Army, stating that there will be only the promotion of a Major General Army to the rank of Field Marshal in the event of war.

His military vocation began to set in childhood, in school yards, when he sang the national anthem every day to the Flag and Anthem. At 13, he entered the Military College of Rio de Janeiro, from which only came out at 17 - distinguished as "Colonel-Student", having been placed first in her class - for Realengo Military Academy in 1918. In 1921, he became the Officer-Aspirant of the artillery. The first military organization where he served was then the 4th Regiment Mounted Artillery, located in Itu, Sao Paulo. Since then, his life was marked by moments of bravery and dedication to the motherland.

In the 48 years of active service dedicated to the Brazilian Army, Marshal Levy Cardoso attended the Liberal Revolution of 1924 in Sao Paulo, the 1930 Revolution, which led Mr. Vargas to the presidency of the country and also the fight against insurgents Communist Conspiracy, 1935. Already as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1944, was invited, and accepted immediately, commanding the 1st Expeditionary Group Artillery in World War II. He was promoted to the rank of Colonel in 1948 and commanded the 5th Regiment of Horse Artillery (Regiment Mallet), in Santa Maria. In September 1953, assumed command of the 2nd Regiment Mortar - Rules Deodoro, Itu / SP, and was promoted to the rank of Major General Brigadier General in August of next year. In 1961 he was promoted to Major General Division. Even at that post in 1964, was appointed as Head of Department of General Provision, and in November the same year he was promoted to Major General Army, remaining in office until his move to reservations in 1966, the station Marshal Army.

Even after being transferred to the reserve, the Marshal would not be defeated either by age or by the fact that you've had a very active military life. Instead, he continued working actively. In 1967 he was appointed to the position of President of the National Petroleum Council. In March 1969, became president of Petrobras, a position he held until October of that year. In 1971 he was summoned to be a Director of Directors of Petrobras, a position he held until May 1985, when, at 84 years of age, retired from public life in the country

Marshal Levy Cardoso, always in defense of the homeland, was a suitable person, honest and dedicated, a true national hero, a participant of the major historical events that marked national life, an example to all those who toil in the barracks.


May 13 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQG9-9TC ... re=related

The Eastern Military Command (CML) - CML TV dies in Rio de Janeiro Marshal Levy Cardoso 13Mai09


May 13 2009
http://kiminda.wordpress.com/2009/05/13 ... -108-anos/

Dies the last Marshal to 108 years

The Marshal fought in Rev. 30 and saved over 100 lives in world war
Died today in Rio de Janeiro, to 108 years, the Marshal Waldemar Levy Cardoso, the last Marshal living in the country.

The highest rank of the army was disbanded in 1967, when the structural reform of the Corporation setting that only would be the promotion of general of the army to the rank of field marshal in the event of war. He died of respiratory failure in Hospital Central army, in the North of the capital.

In 48 years of active service dedicated to Brazilian Army Marshal Levy Cardoso participated in the Liberal revolution of 1924 in São Paulo, the 1930 revolution, which brought Getúlio Vargas to Presidency of Brazil, and Communist refusal to 1935. In 1944, as Lieutenant Colonel, he commanded the 1st Expeditionary group of Artillery in World War II. The Marshal was given a military career until, in 1964, the general of the army. Two years later, went to the reserve with the rank of field marshal in the army.

In 1967, he was appointed to the position of President of the National Petroleum Council. In March 1969, Marshal Levy Cardoso became President of Petrobras, a position he held until October of that year. In 1971, he was summoned to be Counselor of State administration, a position he held until May 1985, when, aged 84, retired from public life.

The military's body will be buried until the early morning, at the Palacio Duque de Caxias, and will be buried with honors funeral at cemitério São João Batista Botafogo, in the South zone of Rio.


Dec 05 2008
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHgw27xY2oo

The Eastern Military Command (CML) - CML TV Meeting of the Association of Old Gunners and 108 years of Marshal Waldemar Levy Cardoso 05Dez08





PostApr 02, 2011#49

Male - Benicio Manuel Alexandre (Dec 11 1900) of Itamaraju, Bahia, Brazil


Feb 05 2012
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Wo ... sage/18016


Dec 14 2010
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZuR54tVO58

Benicio Anniversary
111 Years Anniversary Date of birth 11/12/1900







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Female - Maria Pereira dos Santos (Dec 20 1900) of Salinas, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Jun 28 2011
http://valeriaesteves83.blogspot.com/20 ... naria.html

Maria real life, in a century

Dear readers, I'm at a time when more than ever about the gift of life. The breath of hope for better days I do not find out the thought. In conversation with a friend, journalist, Luiz Ribeiro, up north of my state of Minas Gerais, I found myself reading one your work, and could not resist not to publish it. I'm sure you will enjoy reading as it is mine, away from home.
A few days before I could follow the news that the oldest woman in the world was dear Grandma Quit died just over a month after entering the Guinness World Records, the record books as the oldest woman in the world. Valentine Maria Gomes, 114, died in the House of Charity of Carangola in Zona da Mata of Minas Gerais.
Quita Grandma, as the oldest woman in the world was known, was born in 1896 and 115 years would the next day on July 9. She was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) since Sunday to treat pneumonia. The next day, his condition worsens and evolved into a generalized infection.
The recognition that Grandma Quita was the oldest woman in the world was announced on May 18. According to Guinness, she had overcome in 48 days old defending champions, the U.S. Besse Cooper.
Now comes the hype and know Dona Maria de Salinas. A simple life in Salinas Salinas - She wakes up at six o'clock in the morning, wash the vessels, threshing the corn "breakfast" of chickens and makes homemade soap. Bengal? Thing do not know. This is the beginning of the daily routine of Mary Pereira dos Santos, owner of impressive health to 110 years old, completed on December 20, 2010. A resident of the town of Canela Dema, rural Salinas, north of Minas Gerais, Mary's example of love and attachment to life marked by stories of overcoming. Brazil has more than 27 000 grandfathers, great-great-grandfather and great-grandparents over 100 years. Last week, this age group lost one of its most famous representatives: Maria Gomes mining Valentine, better known as Grandma Quita, who died at 114 years in Carangola in the Zona da Mata, 35 days after being recognized as a woman world's oldest, a title awarded by Guinness World Records, the record books. The void left by Grandma Quita is filled by other country with more than a century of life, without letting the challenges of long walk erase her smile and her hope . And Dona Maria is an example. She endured poverty and one of the worst droughts in history of the state. It was abandoned by her husband, who left her for another, "disappeared in the world" and never returned. One of six children also disappeared more than 40 years. But nothing takes away the joy of living this warrior, who has 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. With 110 years, Maria Pereira holds simple life on the farm with so many years, Mary shows an iron. The only problem is the curvature of the spine - a condition common to most seniors - in her case a consequence of (bad) attitude in toil in flour mills for years. She always appreciates the willingness to work. He likes to "slash" the house, washing dishes and clothes. They also venture into services that require more physical effort. "In the rainy season (rainfall), it takes a hoe for weeding the yard," says Carlito Francisco dos Santos, 64, one of the children. In addition, Maria Pereira gives evidence that still has good vision, is able to produce cotton yarn by hand, using the "zone", an ancient craft practice. 's wife 110 years attests to his lucidity. She remembers the first time he visited the city of Salinas (known today as the capital of rum), as a child, still in the early 20th century. "The city had only one church and some houses around," explains Maria, who was born 20 years after the creation of the municipality. Then went to go walk every year, the 14 kilometers separating Canela Dema and Salinas, to participate in the mission - religious festival in honor of St. Anthony. "In town, we stayed in huts." Guard still remember the three who made ​​pilgrimages to the shrine of Bom Jesus da Lapa I (BA). Two of the trips were on foot, in the passage of more than 300 kilometers of the interior of Minas Gerais and Bahia. "We walked for more than 20 days." What we asked the Good Lord Jesus? "Health and happiness." It was answered. According to his son Charley, she went to the doctor for the first time at age 80. Since then, makes regular visits. "But every time I go to the doctor, gives nothing," says Mary. In pharmacy, Maria takes only one medication to control blood pressure. They just like to remedy. She prepares tea: rue, for headache, pitcher, to cure infection, and lemon balm for cold. secrets of good health: Do not use alcohol A boiled egg in the morning Lunch and dinner rice, beans and beef prepared with lard Tea home instead of medicine pharmacy does not smoke, but "makes" snuff (tobacco powder to be inhaled and cause sneezing in those unused) cold shower Do not watch TV in the field Life Long walks Source: Luiz Ribeiro Minas / Mail Braziliense


Jun 25 2011
http://www.em.com.br/app/noticia/gerais ... inas.shtml

At 110 years, mining squander health in the North of Minas

From the window, Maria Pereira dos Santos rescues the memory of a past wanderings
Salinas - She wakes up at six o'clock in the morning, washes dishes, threshing the corn "breakfast" of chickens and makes homemade soap. Bengal? Thing do not know. This is the beginning of the daily routine of Mary Pereira dos Santos, owner of impressive health to 110 years old, completed on December 20, 2010. A resident of the town of Canela Dema, rural Salinas, north of Minas Gerais, Mary's example of love and attachment to life marked by stories of overcoming. Brazil has more than 27 000 grandfathers, great-great-grandfather and great-grandparents over 100 years. Last week, this age group lost one of its most famous representatives: Maria Gomes mining Valentine, better known as Grandma Quita, who died at 114 years in Carangola in the Zona da Mata, 35 days after being recognized as a woman world's oldest, a title awarded by Guinness World Records, the record books. The void left by Grandma Quita is filled by other country with more than a century of life, without letting the challenges of long walk erase her smile and her hope . And Dona Maria is an example. She endured poverty and one of the worst droughts in history of the state. It was abandoned by her husband, who left her for another, "disappeared in the world" and never returned. One of six children also disappeared more than 40 years. But nothing takes away the joy of living this warrior, who has 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

With so many years, Mary shows an iron. The only problem is the curvature of the spine - a condition common to most seniors - in her case a consequence of (bad) attitude in toil in flour mills for years. She always appreciates the willingness to work. He likes to "slash" the house, washing dishes and clothes. They also venture into services that require more physical effort. "In the rainy season (rainfall), it takes a hoe for weeding the yard," says Carlito Francisco dos Santos, 64, one of the children. In addition, Maria Pereira gives evidence that still has good vision, is able to produce cotton yarn by hand, using the "zone", an ancient craft practice. 's wife 110 years attests to his lucidity. She remembers the first time he visited the city of Salinas (known today as the capital of rum), as a child, still in the early 20th century. "The city had only one church and some houses around," explains Maria, who was born 20 years after the creation of the municipality. Then went to go walk every year, the 14 kilometers separating Canela Dema and Salinas, to participate in the mission - religious festival in honor of St. Anthony. "In town, we stayed in huts." Guard still remember the three who made ​​pilgrimages to the shrine of Bom Jesus da Lapa I (BA). Two of the trips were on foot, in the passage of more than 300 kilometers of the interior of Minas Gerais and Bahia. "We walked for more than 20 days." What we asked the Good Lord Jesus? "Health and happiness." It was answered. According to his son Charley, she went to the doctor for the first time at age 80. Since then, makes regular visits. "But every time I go to the doctor, gives nothing," says Mary. In pharmacy, Maria takes only one medication to control blood pressure. They just like to remedy. She prepares tea: rue, for headache, pitcher, to cure infection, and lemon balm for cold. Secrets of good health does not use alcohol A boiled egg in the morning Lunch and dinner rice, beans and beef prepared with fat pork homemade tea instead of medicine pharmacy does not smoke, but "makes" snuff (tobacco powder to be inhaled and cause sneezing in those unused) cold shower Do not watch TV in the field Life Long walks


Jun 25 2011
http://www.correiobraziliense.com.br/ap ... ilho.shtml

Mining adandono suffered 110 years of her husband and son

Maria Pereira dos Santos, during its 110 years, proved to be always happy, helpful. She seems to have experienced the difficulties that outperformed. And there were several. Daughter of small farmers from their teen had to work to help the family to withdraw the support of small crops of corn and beans. Never set foot in a classroom. "At that time, there was no school in the country. We just worked. "It was planting, weeding, harvesting and production of brown sugar and flour. Mary is the witness of a great suffering imposed on the backcountry of northern Minas Gerais. She remembers the anguish experienced in 1939 when the region experienced one of its worst droughts. "He wiped it all. There's nothing left of what the people planted. "Out of work and food, his parents were forced to pick up their children and flee in search of" salvation "in a distant region, where they stayed for a year. "To get there, we walked for 20 days." She does not remember where they were right.

She now lives in a brick house with electricity and running water, built with money "joined" Retirement Rural (R $ 545 monthly) and with the help of their children. Have you lived in three houses in disrepair. The first two walls were "filler" and third was made ​​of adobe. With just over 20 years of marriage, in 1956, Maria Pereira dos Santos suffered a blow. Her husband, John Francis Firmin, the father of her six children, said he had another woman and left the family. Two years later, he traveled to Sao Paulo. He justified that "would make money." Never appeared and it's been 52 years. The former husband of Maria was now 105 years. "I believe that is not alive." In the 1960s, a son of Mary, Jose Francisco dos Santos, decided to follow his father's footsteps and moved to Sao Paulo. He returned to see his mother one last time in 1968. Since then, nothing was heard. She has hope of seeing his son, who was 78 years old today. "If Joe Francis appear, will be here to welcome you."


Jun 25 2011
http://www.em.com.br/app/noticia/gerais ... roca.shtml

With 110 years, Maria Pereira holds simple life on the farm

The fact of living in the city known for producing the best cachaça in Brazil's Maria Pereira has not awakened desire for drink. "Never put 'bow' in the mouth." Carlito's son interrupts the conversation and says that she keeps in a bottle of house jurubeba "to take a dose of St. John at the stake." The war of 110 years has a simple life in the countryside, away from noise and stress of big city, he never knew. It also retains some peculiar habits, such as "taking snuff."

Systematic refusal shower. Prefers "basin bath", as he did as a child, many years before the arrival of piped water and electricity where you live, services that met the elderly. He refuses to watch the TV news that he met at age 90. Maria has always fed well, using "fat pig" instead of vegetable oil to "flavor the food." "All life, my 'di summit' was made ​​with lard." She lives with a daughter, Maria do Rosario, 64. Never missed rice and beans on your plate. "In the morning, it only heats the egg and eat," says Carlito. But what is the real secret to a person reaching 110 years of life bursting with health? Mary gives the recipe in a nutshell: "Everything is God that brand." And do not fear death: "I am a happy person and want to live anymore. But have no fear of dying. Everyone will die one day. "





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Female - Lourença Maria de Jesus (Dec 27 1900 - Jan 31 2013) of Goianésia, Goiás, Brazil
Birthplace: Brejo dos Martíres, Minas Gerais, Brazil



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Female - Letícia Ferreira de Souza (Dec 30 1900 - Jan 02 2011) of Bocaiúva, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Birthplace: Bocaiúva, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Jan 04 2011
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Wo ... sage/16128


Jan 16 2011
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Let%C3%ADc ... a_de_Souza

Letícia Ferreira de Souza
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Letícia Ferreira de Souza ( Bocaiuva , December 30 of 1900 - Bocaiuva, January 2 of 2011 ) was a supercentenarian Brazilian who died three days after completing 110 years old. [1]
[ edit ] Biography

Leticia was born in the district of White Earth, city of Bocaiuva , Minas Gerais . It was the second daughter of a family of 12 children (nine women and three men). She worked in farming and was also a seamstress and embroiderer, was doing work in crochet and lace. Never married and always devoted himself to religious life. [1]
To commemorate the 110th anniversary of Letícia Ferreira de Souza, a mass was celebrated on Thanksgiving by Archbishop Emeritus of Montes Claros , Dom Geraldo Majella de Castro , a day after the date on December 31, 2010. [2]
She died on January 2, 2011, while hospitalized at the Municipal Hospital Bocaiuva in his hometown.


Jan 04 2011
http://www.50emais.com.br/2011/01/ela-n ... te-o-21-2/

She was born in the 19th century and lived until 21

Alegre, in the beautiful picture of Bob Novak / Minas

Gustavo Werneck
The state of Minas

When she was born, the republican Brazil was just a child, slavery, though abolished for 12 years, still cast shadows dire country house and the new capital of Minas crawling between buildings under construction, dusty streets and dreams of freedom.

It was at this time, the lights out of the 19th century, which Letícia Ferreira de Souza came to the world, more exactly on a farm in Bocaiúva nearby Jequitinhonha River. Today (day 30), on the eve of 2011, with mass, cake and "happy birthday" sung by relatives and friends of the community of the Lambs, where he lives, 95 km from the municipal headquarters and 464 in Belo Horizonte, Leticia turns 110 years, declaring themselves "middle surdinha and head a little bad."

Other than that, exudes health, walking slowly by his own backyard, harvest fruit and store personal stories that crossed the 20th and run through the 21 flavor sometimes sweet, sometimes sour, but always suffused with emotion.

The rain does not stop, the back roads skirting vast plantations of eucalyptus become rivers, GPS and cell phone do not work and the lack of signs to make it more difficult to locate the Lambs, 700 meters from the Jequitinhonha. The way is to ask somebody and luckily find a driver who knows the woman's centennial and is in the direction of the community.

An hour later, Zélia Maria Vieira, 51, married to a nephew of Leticia and her companion during the day, open the door of the house and decorated with simple paintings of saints, heated by wood stove and a foot in the door pinecone . "Let's go!" Invites sympathy.

Sitting in a chair and wearing skirt and cotton blouse, Leticia gets a hug from visitors, and any questions you do not understand, is a shell with his hand around the ear or look, through the complicity, and to goddaughter Maria Zélia Maria das Aches Freire Antunes, 79, the Dodo, another constant presence at home.

"We stay here in the morning and afternoon, but at night she sleeps alone. Only with God, "says Maria Zélia, excited about today's celebration at the Church of Santos Reis, at 16h, and the presence of the archbishop emeritus of Montes Claros, in northern Minas Gerais, Dom Geraldo Magela de Castro. "He always comes on the anniversary and the godmother is quite happy," adds Dodo.

Until then sitting on the sidelines, Randall says he was unmarried and auntie, helping to take care of many children of brothers and sisters. He had rather a large one and only love, Ze Dejanira the son of a black woman, a former slave, with a farmer, youth romance hindered by the harsh and unyielding father in front of the white girl dating a man with "dark".

At the height of adolescence, Leticia stamped his foot, cried with anger at the prejudice he faced his father and began to meet secretly with the boy, but without any intimacy. Indeed, there was only a physical contact of blessed memory. "Once, I was distracted and Joe came walking behind, stealthily. When I turned, gave me a kiss. Neither knew what it was and asked for an explanation. "

The inevitable question - "in your mouth?" - Makes you smile and put his hand softly on her face. A few seconds of silence and admits to have felt, unforgettable kiss on the lips, a certain warmth in the body. The courtship, however, ended then. "Always dream and prayed for him all his life. My youth was good, but my father was very angry. I fought, but it did not work, "he confides.

Zé da Dejanira married and Leticia, a name that means joy in Latin, was left alone and to "seed" as she puts it. Making face of mystery, says that in times of courtship, she and her lover agreed that the first to die would come into contact with each other in a kind of pact. "And it turns out, when he left, he came to warn me?" He says with certainty that the scene was real, and not the fruit of the fertile imagination of eternal love.

Dressmaker, seamstress, good crochet, income and service in the country, Leticia waited much to have your own house, built some years ago by relatives. "To live is to much work to others," sums up his long life, which includes not eating freak or fancy diets. "Come all, have an appetite darn, just do not like leaves. Awake early and eat lunch at about 11am, "said Maria Zélia, when it picks up a pinecone in Leticia and walk into the house, as more rain comes.

Where can this passing of three centuries walks to the Church of the Holy Kings or visit the small cemetery of the Lambs, the community where 30 families live. An act, however, can not miss in their day to day, praying the rosary, before lying down in front of pictures of Santa Luzia, São Sebastião, Heart of Jesus and Our Lady of Aparecida.

Snuff box where guard (or smoke)

Another custom is routine snuff - and the amount seems to be huge, as the number of empty boxes gold accumulated on the dresser near the bed. The habit of inhaling tobacco dust began many years ago, during strong headache, brought relief and become routine.

Under the bed, Leticia holds two bottles of "magic bullets" for pain in the legs. For the two companions, a friend who lived for more than a century is "warrior" because he helped many people and struggled a lot, without losing faith in God.

This, incidentally, is the engine that drives the long journey from Leticia, one of the older women of the country where they live, according to the 2010 Census of the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), 23 700 people over 100 years .

In the private world of the old mine, which has become more open since the age of 90, there came the news that Brazil had elected a president metallurgical or the first woman to lead the nation. "God is good is that. The worst that can happen to someone is being helpless, and I stand so far. I've been offended snake three times, his leg swelled up, had no remedy at the time and God answered me, "he says bluntly, the secret for so many years.

"It's a very strong person. Last year, after cutting his foot, was almost dead but came back good, full of health. I almost cried to see her sick, "recalls his nephew Reginaldo Aparecido Vieira, 34.

Proof of age of Leticia, born December 30, 1900, is guarded in the curia of Montes Claros, in the pages with agreements between the baptized 14/12/1889 (one month, so after the Proclamation of the Republic) and 17/08/1902. There was recorded by Father Dominic Pimenta Figueiredo: "At three (days) from February 1901 to Leticia solemnly baptized, born on December 30 next month, the daughter of Vicente Ferreira de Souza and Maria da Conceicao Pereira."

A confusion between the year of birth and baptism made, including that the centenary of Leticia was celebrated when she was 101 years. Then in a closer reading, it was found that the "next month" was the year 1900.

According to the secretary of the Curia, Fatima Dias, the book will be restored to compose the file from the archdiocese, which is completing its centenary. Already a birth certificate issued by a notary of Bocaiuva, in the 1980s, shows alteration in birth year (1905), shows his nephew Reginald, who also keeps a portfolio of professional mining.

Three days after completing 110 years, on December 31, after going through three centuries, Mrs. Leticia died.


Jan 03 2011
http://www.correiobraziliense.com.br/ap ... anos.shtml

Mining dies three days after the anniversary of 110 years

Luiz Ribeiro
Published: 01/03/2011 16:12 Updated: 03/01/2011 16:25

The anniversary of Letícia Ferreira de Souza had been commemorated with a feast for the community, on Friday

He was buried on Monday (3 / 1) in the community of the Lambs, Bocaiúva - the 464 km from Belo Horizonte, Minas North - the body of Letícia Ferreira de Souza. She died Sunday night, three days after completing 110 years old. She was admitted to the Hospital Municipal Bocaiuva since Saturday.

Ms. Leticia's birthday had been celebrated with the community festival, on Friday (December 31). On occasion, residents also attended a Mass in thanksgiving.

Letícia Ferreira de Souza never married. Natural White Earth District (also in the municipality of Boicaúva), was the second daughter of a family of 12 children (nine women and three men), of which only two alive. He worked on the farm and was also a seamstress, embroiderer and showed an ability to work in crochet and lace.

By the end of life, Ms. Leticia remained dedicated to religious life. Whenever he could, he walked to the Church of the Holy Kings or Little Lambs Cemetery. Every day, before bed, prayed the rosary in front of pictures of Santa Luzia, São Sebastião, Heart of Jesus and Our Lady of Aparecida.


Dec 30 2010
http://www.arquimoc.org.br/noticias.php?id=3703

Archbishop Geraldo and parishioners celebrate 110 years of Dona Leticia Friday

"God is worth to me. The worst that can happen to someone is to be helpless, and I stand so far" . Thought is the owner Letícia Ferreira de Souza , who turned in this Thursday, December 30, 2010, one hundred and ten years of life. The news was highlighted on the front page of the newspaper "Minas" today. The site of the Parish of Our Lady of Aparecida (cathedral) also emphasized this celebration.

The lights out in 2010, Archbishop emeritus of Montes Claros, Dom Geraldo Majella de Castro, 80, will preside over Mass in Thanksgiving for 110 years Letícia Ferreira de Souza. The Mass will be this Friday (31/12 ), at 11 am, in the little church of the Holy Kings Community Lambs Bocaiuva rural, northern Minas Gerais. It is one of the communities of St. John the Baptist Parish in the district of White Earth, which is under the care of the religious leader for more than two decades. In fact, Mrs. Leticia completed 110 years ago this Thursday (30/12) .

Dom Geraldo Majella explains that the relatives of the birthday requested that occurred one day after Mass, to facilitate the presence of most of them. A few days ago, the archbishop visited Lambs, where, however, not met with Ms. Leticia who had been admitted to a hospital to care for Bocaiuva a little trouble breathing. But everything has been standardized. Dona Leticia never married. It is the second daughter of a litter of 12 (nine women and three men, of whom tells Ms. Leticia, only three animals) formed by the couple Vicente Ferreira de Souza and Maria da Conceição. Not that no longer wanted. He preferred to obey the will of his father to follow the voice of the heart. Heart, however, remained faithful to the first one and only love.

Work

He worked in the fields devoted entirely to the family, while living in Lambeth with his brothers. Currently stands alone. Dona Leticia was born in White Earth on December 30, 1900, as evidenced by the baptistery of St. John the Baptist Parish, in his Book No. 02, which lists the baptized there occurred between 14/12/1889 and 17/08/1902. At the end July this year, in conversation with the illustrious friend, Dona Leticia revealed that the only thing that ultimately makes "is to pray for you all." Married to a nephew of Mrs. Leticia, Zélia Maria Vieira said the century-old suffered from anemia in the year past, which prevented, for example, cleaning the old chapel, which sits atop a hill, near the temple younger, at an approximate distance of 150 meters.

Dona Leticia get used to the altar and pray the Rosary on the historic site, for your happiness now almost completely renovated and about to get back to the faithful. Without the same vigor as before, she complains of weak legs and memory failure . Dom Geraldo, incidentally, is one of those rare people whose memory lapses have not erased the heart of Ms. Leticia. "I do not remember almost nobody. But I remember Dom Geraldo. I pray a lot for him and for all that help, "she said emotionally when they bade farewell to the archbishop, six months ago.

Dona Leticia wakes up between 7 and 7 am and 30 minutes and find the coffee station. Zelia Vieira is responsible for providing breakfast, usually based on cookie, bread, biscuits and black coffee. "I also let fruit, tea and milk to feed it later," he says. A similar procedure occurs at lunch: meat, rice, beans and vegetables. In the meantime, go to church and cemetery.







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Female - Ana Moreira (1900/1901) of Limeira, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: Ribeirão de São Félix, Minas Gerais, Brazil
(Alternate Birth Date: 1898)


Apr 22 2012
http://www.gazetainfo.com.br/site/index ... as&id=8374

Dona Ana, the woman who crossed the century

Dona Ana Spends her days sewing; retail in retail,'s own laundry and linens (JB Anthero)From point to point, the tale of Dona Ana Moreira goes back more than a century, about its origin in MG. It has 111 years of age, but his birth was dated 1898 (JB Anthero)

While sewing , the centennial think in return planting, harvesting , and care of animals

Daiza Lacerda

Sitting in the backyard, Dona Ana Moreira sewing by hand. Put a needle, and no glasses. So unites retail outlets, in which a sheet form. The clothes you wear also were mounted with their hands. "Instead of asking for or stealing sew."
She tells 111 years. But his birth was dated 1898, in Ribeirão São Félix, in Minas Gerais. "It's far, my daughter. Can you walk almost a month to arrive, "measures.
Dona Ana is not related to age or dates that had on every stage of your life. Clings only to the sequence of events that culminated with his life and old age in Limeira, where he lives with two daughters. Of the other four children, three of them men, have no news. "They are far away."
His countenance is not fragile. Both impose authority as crumbles into laughter. The headscarf covers gray hair, but the wrinkles are on display in the large cheeks. Barefoot also does not hide the toes of the feet, which wants to take back to the field where he was born and lived. "I was taught to do house, planting, brush, spoon rice. But nobody taught not read, "she says, do not go to town. "The girls are going for me," amendment on the daughters, now elderly.
Dona Ana fathers buried, buried her husband, still in his homeland. It was when he sold farm, horse and goat, before landing soon in Paraná, and then to Limerick. "But my will is rustling, planting and harvesting, creating pork, chicken and dog," she says, that all wills saves a single chicken, its link with the past memories work.
"At a time like this afternoon , was already with the bean bag on his head, to take venda in town, "carries himself.
His mother died when he was a baby centennial. "Stepmother? The devil creeps! "Curses, which took over and would not let her eat. "Then I killed bird bush outside to eat," she says, who likes everything. "How's everything. Just not as sapo. Everything that has no venom. How it all and nothing can harm me. "

From point to point, the tale of Dona Ana Moreira goes back more than a century, about its origin in MG

MODERN LIFE
She's afraid of hospital and physician dislikes. Some time ago I got sick and spent on medicine. "I spent seven doctors, who have not ensured that I would leave the table." In caring who saw the days filled with born and die work, done in a split forehead as he fell on the sidewalk. "They had to sew up the eye. Seven points, "he says, laughing with some naughty child.
Medicine, for her, is what was there in the yard, in the field. "Bebo remedy the bush. This is all there is. Pharmacy is just to spend money. " Word of all who had children at home, some with midwife. With others, God helped. "In these, when the midwife arrived, I was already taking a pinguinha," she laughs, he appreciated the "whitest" while he could, as well as dances nights inside.
She speaks of a lack of firmness in the legs after slip of the ladder, in another work on the sly daughters. Confesses that the market was hidden. But with responsibility. "The cars are killing people on the road. But do not walk in the street. Car, bike, bike. It kills people. " By being contradicted the sentence that had just given, shoot. "Kill you? Just let cripple! ", Retorts, before bursting into laughter.
never drove car or flew airplane ("Ave Maria"). The command of the sewing machine has also left. Walked a lot. He took many buses. But she'd still like to horse back riding. "But a meek, I have no more security," he admits. "When you're young, it's a beauty. But the old man is sick with anyone, not take anything. "
In Minas Gerais, had no day or night that could not walk. "He made ​​the horse go wherever. Walked with two spurs, a good pistol, two pipes, and machetes. And look, the pistol did not deny. " And it ensures that it is still a good fight. Besides chicken sassaricando in the backyard is not without weapons: the knife is stored, but always at hand. Should you need.
After sewing the eyes on Mother's Day and have the knees of indigo blue color, it does not cease to be imposed. "Talk to me is high. This business of grumbling at me me me me is cat ".

Dona Ana spends her days sewing; retail in retail, makes own clothes and linens

VICES AND VIRTUES
She shows so fast, it almost can not see the cachimbinho kept in the pocket of her skirt. "The doctor has forbidden, but sometimes shot a little smoke," he confides. The pipe came after her husband's death. But the hand-rolled cigarettes, even as a child, and his father did to ward off mosquitoes. Hence for addiction, one step. But the doctor also cut.
would not need to ask, but she responds when you wake up, think about work, "free word of others, thank God." Without a formal, retired at rural background.
the world beyond their needle and thread and souvenirs from the country comes down to just what you see on TV. Oblivious policy, financial markets, real estate, conflicts between countries, or the pope travels, she says she does not like to see much. And chafes at the bit to see. "Women naked? I was not raised that way, "she reproves, who had eight siblings.
outside the garden and sewing, what you like M'am? "I like everything there. Just do not like to borrow or steal "pieces, to draw strong points of their dignity.
Council good, who gives it the old. The young man is not listening to advice. But what if some hear? "I would say to treat everyone well, not walking with cachorrada. Council gets bad we do not. Good, if you want to accept. "
After walking, plant and care, what they learned, Dona Ana? "I learned was mending retail. Is your head, my daughter, "the letter signals the autodidact.
Between one point and another, M'am lunch and dinner, with everything prepared for their girls. House, arranges early. The clothes they wash. In the other house, does not like to go.
interval On the seams, with his box of scraps and spools where the needle now and then insists on hiding, drink water and coffee, he loves as much as a Pagodinho. "Just do not know stealing. But my servicinhos I do, "he says, between a jumble of lines and the other, the centenarian who likes everything there.







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Male - Gelson Gonçalves (1900/01) of Itaguaí, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Sep 08 2011
http://www.brasil-rotario.com.br/?p=showConteudo&id=441

Humanitarian work

RC Field-San Salvador , RJ (d. 4750) - In partnership with the Rotary Club of San Francisco de Itabapoana , RJ, resident got a place at the Hospital Manoel Castro Cartridge for Mr.. Gelson Goncalves, 110 years (photo). The club has also implemented a community garden at the Institute of Our Lady of Lapa, in order to provide food for the institution and promote the participation of children served by the institute.





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Female - Joviana Marcela da Cruz (1900/01) of Caldas Novas, Goiás, Brazil


Mar 17 2011
http://www.camaradecaldas.go.gov.br/ind ... s_mulheres

Chamber honors women.

With 110 years, honored by Celso Guaira defies medical diagnosis with an enviable lucidity and an amazing insight.

Led by President Andrew Rock, the ceremony was held in plenary and Celso de Godoy told this time with the presence of the President of Goias Tourism Sparapani Ali and his wife who came to honor her daughter Angelica, Magda Mofatto honored by the city council.

But who stole the attention at night was "Miss Missy" with its 110 years, perfect health and a lucidity of envy. Nominated by Councillor Celso Guaira, 2nd Secretary of the Board of Directors, the Jovian Marcela Cruz is an authentic representative of the strength and determination of the Brazilian woman. With a track inspired by the work, lived in the fields and farms in the state of Goias fighting all the battles for survival possible. Widely applauded, even ventured a few words to greet people who attended the event.

In the case of woman it was natural that the excitement took place in the event and involving friends and admirers of Councilwoman Fernandes Silvânia to surprise her with a special tribute portrayed in a beautiful screen Helia Pereira de Jesus.

Custodio Gizele major movements of history remembered by the packaged composition of Milton Nascimento, Maria Maria, at the time that a video / slide with beautiful images of Our Lady of Fatima was presented to the plenary.







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Female - Clarinda Maria dos Santos (1901) of Theobroma, Rondônia, Brazil
Birthplace: Viçosa, Alagoas, Brazil


Feb 04 2013
http://www.jaruonline.com.br/noticia/th ... ,1959.html

Theobroma: Elderly residents who say they have 112 years, exudes health and vitality The friendly lady who despite having had 13 children prefer to live alone, today presents a great lucidity and health
Clarinda Dona Maria dos Santos, who according to friends and relatives is 112 years old, perhaps the oldest woman in the state of Rondônia.
A document baptized Catholic Church, is the only document that would prove his age because as stated by Mrs. Clarinda, at the time of his birth document access was very difficult and that their parents would not have made his birth certificate.
Owner Neném is best known as the city of Theobroma, was born in 1901 in Viçosa in the state of Alagoas. A few decades ago is a member of the church Christian Congregation of Brazil, where it does not lose the services Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday and also helps in cleaning the church.
The friendly lady who despite having had 13 children prefer to live alone, today presents a great lucidity and health, and says he feels fine living alone, particularly since all of the city are very fond of her, "I am loved by everyone," says owner baby.
Because of his age Neném owner forgot many things, but remember clearly who married in 1934, when he was the president of Brazil Getulio Vargas. Dona Baby, said he will soon give us the document that proves their age, which she says is very well kept in the safe of a friend, and only then can we say that Mrs. Clarinda is the oldest woman in the state of Rondônia.







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Male - Paulino Feijo Garcia (Jan 04 1901) of Bagé, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Pinheiro Machado, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


Jan 07 2013
http://www.jornalminuano.com.br/noticia.php?id=83008

Elderly Neighborhood Pedra Branca celebrates 112 years
Example of longevity, the oldest resident of the county completed 112 years, the last day Jan. 4.
Feijó was born in 1901
Feijó Paulino Garcia was born in 1901, worked with agriculture and livestock, and also remembers many stories of the time he spent in the field. Born in Pinheiro Machado, lost count of how long it is in Bage. He was adopted by the family of Maria Aparecida Alves take turns in caring for the elderly friendly. To commemorate the date, the family held a party with a cake and barbecue.
According to Maria Aparecida, Garcia has a quiet life. "He showers alone and arranges his own bed." She says that the elderly retired by age and today spends most of time at home resting. "Even with difficulty walking and cataracts, he has an excellent memory for facts tell of his life and enjoy the company of animals and children."
by Fanatic International and music, Garcia says that today is not going to prom because, according he is everything bagaceiro. "They're going to fight," he said. When talking about the power of man's oldest Bagé notes that his favorite dish is rice and beans.
Messing, Garcia says he does not want to marry because they can go anywhere you want. "I loved to dance and gaucho had many girlfriends. Not married because they wanted anyone telling me. " According to the caretaker, the senior played harmonica, but today has no power to blow the instrument.
between a story and the other elderly always remember the life of the field and says he plans to return to the area of Pinheiro Machado. "To crazy to go outside." He argues that the city has a lot of fog. Maria Aparecida explains that due to cataract the image is not sharp and the elderly think it is cloudy.
One of the stories told by Garcia was when, on one occasion, it was hot and he was bathing in a well. The reservoir was small but deep and swim without knowing he was taken by friends of the site. "Until now call Pauline pit."


Jan 10 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttHRcO0MDSM

More than a century of life, with its 111 years of St. Paul is one of the oldest of Bage


Jan 09 2012
http://www.jornalminuano.com.br/noticia ... ta=&volta=

Elderly celebrates 111 years

A resident of the neighborhood of Pedra Branca is remarkable for its longevity and sympathy. Pauline Garcia Feijo worked in agriculture and livestock in farms, from childhood to adulthood.

GARCIA: birth certificate shows age centennial

Retired by age and now spends most time at home resting. Even with difficulty walking, and cataracts, Garcia has excellent memory to tell about your life and enjoy the day to day, the arrival of its 111 years.
The oldest man in Bage, born January 4, 1901 , completed 111 years last Wednesday, however, was on Saturday that there was a celebration. The feast was prepared by his friends and Maria Aparecida, her caregiver for eight years. "It's a great honor and words fail me to express my feelings," she said. According to Maria Aparecida, Garcia would have been recorded year after his birth, which opens the possibility of having older than that contained in its certificate.
Paulino worked for years in the field. Lived in Pinheiro Machado, where he was born. After retirement, turned his attention to home and help look after the house where he was welcomed by the family of Maria Aparecida. She said the elderly never drank, never smoked and do not like alcohol, only juice or water.
With great difficulty, but with a broad smile on his face, Garcia talks about his life in the field. "I planted enough wheat and rice, played by lá.Trabalhei very much, but always with a full stomach," he emphasizes.
Colorado fanatic and Dancer first, Paulino does not hesitate to tell their pranks on ground balls hit that used to frequent. "Once I shot a skunk at the ball, everyone ran. Me and a friend took the animal and did it. I was very flirtatious, but never wanted to marry. I dated a lot in the balls and only "he says.















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Female - Júlia Maria Francisca Simão (Jan 09 1901) of Marechal Floriano, Espírito Santo, Brazil
Birthplace: Itapemirim, Itapemirim


Nov 24 2012
http://www.montanhascapixabas.com.br/in ... &codArea=1

With 111 years old woman who does not use drugs visit relatives in Marechal Floriano

Beans, rice, pasta, salad, and neck, wings and chicken feet. This is the preferred menu of elderly Julia Maria Francisca Simon, who turns 112 years on January 9, 2013. Their daughter slave, Manuel Francisco and Silvina Benedict, Julia, was born in Itapemirim, is more than two decades lies in Afonso Claudio.

Julia Maria loves to walk in the town of Marechal Floriano where he hosts annually for two months in the house of José Antonio Alci grandson, married to Nina Fischer, the Subdivision Batatal. Already, at the headquarters of Afonso Claudio, the older woman in the region won a home Bragato and resides with a home during the day.

For her, food can be the simple secret of longevity. "I do not use drugs," commemorates the elderly. Absolutely lucid, just hard of hearing and locomotion, because of the imbalance at the knee, Julia Maria spends most of the day sitting.

Smiling and very communicative, the daughter of slaves, want to party, still covered in full health, its 112th anniversary next January 9th, with much pomp in the city of Afonso Claudio, where he has lived for many years. "On this day I would like to parade annually on the Feast of the car Boi" he said.

"First God and secondly to Bragato Cristina Moraes, a resident of Afonso Claudio and that helps me a lot is who will make a party on my birthday," said the old woman smiling, stressing that always worked in the fields, especially in coffee.

"I was like a tractor. He had great disposition and strength. I worked on the farm until 90 years, "he smiled again the daughter of slaves, to the count he faced the hoe like all siblings in her parents, Manuel and Francisco Silvina Conceição.

Julia said she was already married but never had children, one adopted, that is the father of Alci Antonio, the hosts in Marechal Floriano for two months in the year. "In January I go back to where Afonso Claudio will complete 112 years of age. Christina is waiting for me and I should not fail with it because it is the second mother. "

Retired rural, Julia Maria receives a minimum wage per month. Of this amount, she said, "Shoot the payment of a maid to cook and keep me company during the day. The night is for solitude. I am always alone, but must agree to take medication, I sleep well thanks to God and He is always first. "

The couple Alci Nina Fischer and grandson Anthony, son of adoptive hosting the daughter of slaves, say Maria Julia is a kind person and never gets mad or upset someone. It annually spends two months and only brings us joy. "Grandma is always smiling and welcoming. In these two months this home has received many visits. She is attractive in our street because all people like her very much, "say Nina and Alci.









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Female - Júlia Caetano (Jan 20 1901 - Apr 02 2012) of Corumbá, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Corumbá, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil


Apr 02 2012
http://www.diarionline.com.br/index.php ... a&id=43314

After 10 days in hospital, India 111 year old dies in Corumbá
By: Rodrigo Nascimento on April 2, 2012

He died this Monday, April 2, Julia Caetano India, 111 years. She lived with her son John Vincent, 66, a small port in the region of Barra do São Lourenço, almost 300 kilometers away from the urban area of ​​Corumbá. Dona Julia was admitted to the Santa House on March 23. She died at about 8:30 a.m. on Monday. The body of India centenary should be buried in the village Guató. The National Health Foundation (Funasa) must perform the transfer on Tuesday.
File / Diary

Julia Caetano, 111, died on Monday at the Santa Casa de Corumbá

In July last year, the Journal told the story of riparian born on January 20, 1901, who did not speak a word in Portuguese, but the language is almost extinct Indian guatós. At that time she came to stay at the Santa Casa hospital because of a severe dehydration. Julia was medicated, got new clothes and had his hair cut and nails. She was treated and four days later returned home in a speedboat FUNASA.
Reread the article published on July 27
Julia Caetano do not walk, hear very little and does not speak or understand a word spoken in Portuguese. The view was also greatly affected by the action of many years who lived by hunting and fishing in the Pantanal Corumbá. These limitations today remain attached to a single bed in a secluded area on the St. Lawrence River, the highest part of the marsh plain, almost 300 kilometers away from the urban area of ​​Corumbá. The house of one piece, without running water or electricity, is divided with his son, Manuel Vicente, and dozens of dogs and cats.
These are animals that are indigenous to the company when its "youngest", 66, goes in search of food. "We came here in 1964, after the farm was abandoned by the owners," said Vicente. Around the hut, you can see remnants of a building made of brick. Foundations, quite large, remain intact at the time of the action. Have the bricks were restricted by the river, where they form a barrier to contain water.
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She lived with her son, 66, in the region of Barra do São Lourenço, nearly 300 km from Corumbá

Inside the house, a small fire burning near the bed, keeps the temperature warmer and helps a bit surprising mosquitoes. The little space around the bed occupied by Dona Julia is played by cats. From the outside, another blaze is used to prepare food. Around the heat source huddle dogs, cats and other bunch. The coexistence between animals seems quite peaceful.
Hanging on the walls, the spears are the main tools of defense the residents of Port Guató, as the site is known. The object is a type of spear crafted, very sturdy and sharp, formerly used in hunting of jaguars. Slingshots - a kind of arc that throws stones, instead of arrows - are also distributed in several parts of the port. "There are a lot ounce. Therefore the dogs," explains "Mane" as Vincent says to call, despite the identity document to bring the correct spelling.
At the height of the flood, the water came into the house of mother and child. The solution was to suspend the few belongings in girais (planks and sticks scattered on the ground, forming small walkways) and wait. The help to address these months of suffocation came Program Social People Waters. The first shipment of basic goods, quilts, blankets, coats and visit the medical team chegaramem maio.Na last week, the action returned to the northern Pantanal and therefore the home of the Indians.
Centennial
According to the Assistance Secretary of Corumbá, Julia da Silva was born on January 20, 1901. Completed 110 years in early 2011. But she has no personal documents with you. In the city, the only evidence of age is a proof of Indian National Social Security Institute (INSS), dated June 30, 1999, and the Indian Registry. The first shows that Julia is recorded in book 01, folio 03, the Civil Registry Office of the city under the number 0691. The other, original, bears the name of the parents of Indian John and Inácia Caetano.


Jul 27 2011
http://diarionline.com.br/index.php?s=noticia&id=33129

Guató India, 110 years, live in the St. Lawrence region

Julia Smith was born on January 20, 1901
House is isolated in the region of the St. Lawrence River, the highest lowland

Julia Caetano do not walk, hear very little and does not speak or understand a word spoken in Portuguese. The view was also greatly affected by the action of many years lived by hunting and fishing in the Pantanal of Corumbá. These limitations today remain attached to a single bed in an isolated location in the region of the St. Lawrence River, the highest part of the marsh plain, distant nearly 300 miles from the urban area of ​​Corumba. The house of one piece, without running water or electricity, is divided with his son, Manuel Vicente, and dozens of dogs and cats.

These are animals that are indigenous to the company when her "baby", 66, goes in search of food. "We came here in 1964, after the farm was abandoned by the owners," said Vicente. Around the hut, you can see remnants of a building made of brick. Foundations, quite large, remain intact to the action of time. Since the bricks were restricted by the river, where they form a containment barrier of water.

Inside, a small fire burning next to the bed, keeps the temperature warmer and helps to scare a little mosquitoes. The little space around the bed occupied by Miss Julia is played by cats. Outside, another big fire is used to prepare the food. Around the heat source to cuddle the dogs, and a few other cats. The relationship between animals seems quite peaceful.

Hanging on the walls, the spears are the main tools for defending the inhabitants of Porto Guató, as the site is known. The object is a type of spear handmade, very strong and sharp, formerly used in hunting of jaguars. Slingshots - a type of bow throwing stones instead of arrows - are also distributed in various parts of the port. "There are many jaguars. So the dogs," explains "Mane", as Vincent says to call, although the identity card to bring the correct spelling.

At the height of the flood, the water came into the house of mother and child. The solution was to suspend the few belongings in girais (boards and pieces of wood scattered on the floor, forming small walkways) and wait. Help to face estesmeses choking came from the Social Program of the Water People. The first shipment of food baskets, quilts, blankets, coats and the medical team's visit chegaramem maio.Na last week, the action returned to the north of the Pantanal and, consequently, the home of the Indians.

Centennial

According to the Assistance Secretary of Corumbá, Julia da Silva was born on January 20, 1901. He completed 110 years in early 2011. But she has no personal documents with you. In the city, the only proof of age of indigenous peoples are a proof of the National Social Security Institute (INSS), dated June 30, 1999, and the Indian Register. The first shows that Julia is recorded in book 01, sheet 03, the Civil Registry of the city, under number 0691. The other, original, bears the name of Indian parents, John and Inacia Caetano.

Julia is retired by INSS, but did not do any of the required re-registration in the last two decades and lost the benefit. Since the beginning of the year, the City has tried to reverse the situation, but it's difficult to locomotion of the centennial of the Pantanal.

On Monday (25), Miss Julia was admitted to Charity Hospital with signs of dehydration Corumbá. She is admitted to the ward with stable health. Vincent's son goes with it. The two went down the river with a boat ride that passes through the region. Large ships take at least 12 hours to travel this path.


Jul 27 2011
http://www.campograndenews.com.br/cidad ... o-pantanal

After fire, India 110 years is bailed out by the Pantanal Protection Network

India 110 years has been rescued after the fire and her son would not leave the place where they live. (Reuters)

In last Monday (25), India Guató Julia Caetano, 110 years, was rescued during a joint action by the Private Reserves of Natural Heritage Network incorporating the Shared Protection of the Pantanal.

The son of Indian, 66, said he went fishing and when he returned he found his mother unconscious in bed. A board inside the house had caught fire.

The Indian who is blind and does not walk alone live with her son on the banks of the Cuiabá River on the border of Mato Grosso do Sul and Mato Grosso. She was passed out inside the shack where he lives, when she was found.

With the help of a neighbor, he managed to contact the head of the Pantanal National Park, José Augusto Ferraz, which provided a vessel network. She was taken to hospital in Corumbá and Charity Hospital with burns to his hands, legs and abdomen. It is fair to try to extinguish the fire.

India will be high on Thursday. She and her son refused to leave the place they live.





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Male - Sebastião Antunes da Silva (Jan 20 1901) of São Lourenço do Oeste, Santa Catarina, Brazil


Jan 20 2012
http://g1.globo.com/brasil/noticia/2012 ... em-sc.html

Retired is 111 years and earns cake neighbor in SC

Sebastian Silva lives with a daughter of 62 years in St. Lawrence West.
He requested the presence of three other children he has not seen since last year.

Sebastian Antunes da Silva, 111, filed the presence of three children as a birthday present

The retired farmer Sebastian Antunes da Silva, 111 years, celebrated the birthday on Friday (20), with his daughter Cristina Antunes da Rosa, 62 years. The nearby Leoni Hofmann did not let the date go blank and took a cake for the birthday present.
The date go unnoticed, as Silva and daughter living with two retirements and consume much of the income from the drugs that the retiree must take daily. "His birthday even go unnoticed. I can not think of these things. I take care of him with affection, which is what I have to give him. My other three brothers almost abandoned the father," said Cristina.
Away from other children, Silva was one birthday wish. "I would like to see more of my children."
Once received the cake today and was photographed, he said to her daughter and the neighbor who would like to get a girlfriend. "My photo will come out on TV? I am beautiful, and if that happens, I'll get a lot of girlfriends," Silva said with good humor, before taking a routine afternoon nap.





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Female - Rosalina Gusmão (Jan 20 1901 - Sep 08 2010) of Paranavaí, Paraná, Brazil
Birthplace: Coluna, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Sep 09 2010
http://www.diariodonoroeste.com.br/img_ ... b7139e.pdf

Dies at age 109, Rosalina Gusmão

He died yesterday in Upper Village, Rosalina Gusmão. She
had 109 years and 35 years living in Paranavaí. Your
Burial takes place today at 9


Nov 18 2009
http://www.diariodonoroeste.com.br/img_ ... b068c7.pdf

Rosalina Gusmão, a black mother's older Paranavaí receives diploma
the hands of Julio Gil


Mar 15 2009
http://davidarioch.wordpress.com/2009/0 ... na-gusmao/

108 years of Rosalina Gusmão

With over one hundred years, retired, likes to walk and engage domestic activities
Rosalina with the ID card that proves the 108 years of age (Credit: David Arioch)

Pensioner Rosalina Guzman, aged 108, is the oldest resident of Paranavaí. Even after spending most of life working in the field, where he faced a myriad of difficulties, the retired rejects deserved rest, preferring to occupy the time walking and housework.

Rosalina was born under the assistance of a midwife at a site near the town of Column in Minas Gerais. As a child he began working in the field, moving from one culture to another. "In Minas, she was devoted to growing corn, beans and rice," says the son Raimundo Guzman.

At the time, working conditions were very poor, and nothing in the lives of Rosalina contributed to any change, even marriage. Forced to bear an alcoholic husband who clashed daily, mining worked to ensure the survival of their children. "We suffered a lot because we saw her pain. The situation at home was very bad, and the bosses would pay very poorly. My mother almost worked for food, "recalls Raymond watering.

Gusmao is one of the children in their early teens started helping Rosalina peasant activity. "We've been very hungry. I have only bad memories of when we lived in Minas Gerais. The situation only improved a little when we came here, "he says.

The negative experience with marriage made Rosalina never married, nor become involved with another man after the death of her second husband for over 50 years. According to Raimundo, the mining only want the company of family and friends.

While the child speaks, Rosalina, even dead, is moved and transmits a glittering eyes and scattered in the remote past. "She talks a lot. Usually remember the youth and the difficulties he faced to raise children, "says Raimundo watching her mother sitting on a small chair.

It's hard for people to believe that Rosalina Guzman has more than one hundred years, is common even ask to see ID. "She likes to wash clothes and clean house, but always managed to preserve her health. If you leave, pushes the limits. This proves that my mother is still strong and healthy ", Raymond repeats. The longevity of Rosalina Guzman, consider the familiar consequence of vanity. Since very young, the mine was already concerned about the health and appearance.

Pensioner loves hiking and avoid as much as possible to go to bed after hours of sleep. "I am much younger, but I say with all certainty that my mother has more health than I," notes Raymond Guzman smiling.

Moving to the Paraná at the height of the coffee

Rosalina Guzman came to Paraná with one child who has lived in Northwest at the height of the coffee. "He spent two years here and really liked it. So then we tried in Minas Gerais. When we arrived, we started to work in coffee production. It was a good time, so that my mother still remembers, "says the son Raimundo Guzman.

In Parana, Rosalina was devoted strictly to coffee, with the support the company of children. However, not everyone came to the South. According to Raymond, the eldest daughter of Rosalina still lives in the savannah miner. "She preferred to remain there, but okay. Today, she is 84 years, "says.

Rosalina Guzman was born on January 20, 1901
Pensioner has 5 children, 25 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren

Curiosity
Before being photographed, the vain Rosalina Gusmao insisted on straightening hair with their hands


Jan 22 2008
http://www.diariodonoroeste.com.br/img_ ... 59b523.pdf

Rosalina Guzman completed his 107 years yesterday. She resides
High in the village, has five children, 25 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
Councilman Potato always takes a birthday cake for her


Jul 04 2006
http://www.revistacafeicultura.com.br/i ... balha.html

Woman in 105 years and still works exudes vitality

The mining Rosalina Guzman is perhaps the oldest woman in the northwest, but age does not stop to make various housekeeping

Rosalina across the decades from adolescence with poor and difficulties in Minas Gerais, today to 105 years, live in Paranavaí
David Alves

Rosalina Guzman, 105 years is the oldest resident of Paranavaí and perhaps the entire Northwest. Despite her age, she exudes health, vitality, which she attributes to work in agriculture started in Minas Gerais. "She always worked on the farm with crops of corn, beans and rice," against his son Raymond Guzman
The working conditions at the time of adolescence Rosalina were almost inhuman. Laws, poor, did not reach the field and in many instances the operation came to the brink of slavery.
"The situation was very bad. They paid very poorly. We almost worked for food, "says Raimundo not hide the tears.
The needs were many, but if food was left lacked affection. "We have had many problems since I can remember. The situation only began to improve when we came here, "he adds, with the emotion on his face as if each remembered again revived the bitterness of the past.
Rosalina hear his son in silence, to corroborate his statements as a mother who shared every moment of difficulty with your heart in dishes. But it is not so quiet as it seems.
"Usually she talks a lot and have a great memory. Always count on something when she was young, he recalls the difficulties of raising children and to live with her second husband, "she says.
Raymond adds that the ex-husband drank heavily and at the end of a tiring day of work facing their attacks. After her second husband died she never married, although he had at the time little more than 50 years. In recent decades Rosalia had only the company of children.
"It was a very negative experience for her. Did not know most of marrying, "says Raymond Guzman, who was never far from his mother in 56 years.
The first daughter of Rosalina still lives in Minas Gerais and was the only one who chose to continue living in the Cerrado region of Minas Gerais.
However, still keeps in touch with the family. "My brother was there last year and our sister is well, with 82 years," reiterates.
Rosalina Guzman and his family came to Paraná brought by the second son who has lived in Northwest at the height of the coffee.
"My brother came here and stayed two years, then went to fetch us in Minas. We started working on the production of coffee. To this day my mother remembers that period. She picked a lot of coffee. "Says Raimundo Guzman.
Raimundo Guzman says that many people doubt the age of his mother, as she is strong and healthy. "It showed his birth certificate," he explains, noting that Rosalina is keen to perform various household chores like washing clothes and cleaning house.









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Female - Sebastiana Cacio de Oliveira (Jan 20 1901) of Pérola D´Oeste, Paraná, Brazil
Birthplace: Campos Novos, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


Apr 02 2011
http://www.jornaldebeltrao.com.br/geral ... co-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?


Jan 28 2011
http://trombetaonline.com.br/index.php? ... cod=104165

The region's oldest woman celebrates 110 years

Sebastiana Cacio de Oliveira, for 110 years, already experienced revolutions and revolts in the past. She demonstrates to be in perfect health. She said that throughout his life, always worked in the field and at home.

Pearl D ´ West (the essay)-the information was passed on by the team of Pearl Radio, which announced on 20 January the 110 years of Sebastiana.
On Saturday (22/01), accompanied by Lily Behling, aka "Cyperus Rotundus", a resident of the District of Conciolândia, inner Pearl D ´ West we drove up to the House Of Sebastiana, Santa Ana, near the border with Argentina.
Coming to the site, we were greeted by the Son Of Sebastiana, Cesário Rudders Gentleman, who promptly and with great pride, introduced us to his mother.
The Maisonette Sebastiana mora in a simple, inside a potreiro, with the kitchen floor hit, but enjoys the site and don't want to live anywhere else. Lucid enough, she reported the difficulties that came when it came to the Paraná. "It was all Bush and there was nothing, a doctor there, so I went to sick people, mainly children, benzendo and praying and they were healed, it certainly was the faith in God".
At the time, says Of Sebastiana, the only transport was horse and at times had been the father, and we visited-mos residents for help. The most difficult was the uprising (revolt of Settlers), killed many people, said Of Sebastiana.
Sebastiana Cacio de Oliveira was born on 20 January 1901 in Campos Novos/RS, according to her, had 20 children, of whom 4 were killed and the remaining 7 alive. Grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren, she lost the account.
One thing that impresses in The Sebastiana, is physical stamina to 110 years. She says not suffering from any disease, has no restrictions as to food (and is good fork, the second son), and has a great memory. Likes to tell facts of his life and one of them happened when he saw a plane pass, "I hid, because I thought the world would end."
After knowing Of Sebastiana, we're sure she'll be with us for many years yet and certainly did not follow any diet of some nutritionist to keep all this health.









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Female - Elsa Martha Hergert Marostegan (Feb 06 1901 - Mar 13 2009) of Limeira, São Paulo, Brazil


Mar 13 2009
http://www.redeclaret.com.br/16951

Dies in Limerick to 108 years older woman of the city
Daughter of a German and a Brazilian she will be buried this afternoon at the municipal cemetery

Elsa Martha Hergert Marostegan died this morning in Limerick. She was the oldest woman in town and that last February 6, completed 108 years. Daughter of a German farmer and a Brazilian, Elsa married Otto John Hornhardt on September 17, 1921 and had three children, 12 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Since 1923, she and her husband Otto John, now deceased, came to live in the city. In addition to plant and care of household chores, Miss Elsa and patiently sewed, made dolls and props. She was three times honored in the Limerick City Council International Women's Day and was also honored at the Limerick Club, Rotary Club of Limerick City Centre and the Plaza Hotel Carton by Rotary Club of South Limerick His body will be hidden and buried up to 16.30 in the municipal cemetery in Limerick.


Mar 2009
http://www.acil.org.br/site/jornal/2009 ... nal13A.htm

Elsa Martha Hergert Marostegan died last Friday, the 13th, with 108 years and left family and friends. She lived 87 years ago in the Boa Vista neighborhood and was a very dear person. Widow, was married twice. The first marriage was to John Otto Hornhardt in 1921, they had three sons: Richard Otto, Emil and Bruno Octavio Ademar. The second marriage was in 1940 with the Italian Arnaldo Marostegan, who had a son - Celio Luiz. Dona Elsa also created his stepdaughter Maria Aparecida. Living, are the sons Bruno and Celio Luiz Octavio. Elsa was born on February 6, 1901, had 12 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. The ACIL on behalf of President Reinaldo Bastelli and its directors sends its condolences to the entire family.


Feb 11 2009
http://www.acil.org.br/site/jornal/2009 ... rnal25.htm

D. Elsa Hergert:
108 years of history

The youngest son, Celio Marostegan, from her second
marriage, is who lives there and takes care of Mrs. Elsa
On Friday, February 6, Limerick has a lot to be proud of, after Elsa Martha Hergert Marostegan full 108 years. A strong woman and fiber, Mrs. Elsa is the older lady in Bairro da Boa Vista, and has many stories to tell.
Born on February 6, 1901, the daughter of Richard Hergert, a German farmer and Bertha Krahn Hergert, Brazil, the daughter of German. On March 23, 1901, she was named Elsa Martha Hergert, in font of the Evangelical Lutheran Community, on the farm Tabajara. Elsa had 13 siblings, 7 men and 6 women: Emilio, Helena, Arvin, Hilda, Paula, Alfredo, Martha, Octavio, Illyria, Clara, William and Arthur, of which his younger sister Illyria Hergert Ivers, now has 95 years .
Elsa married Otto John Hornhardt in 1921 and took up residence in the family farm Hornhardt in Engenheiro Coelho. From this marriage three children: Richard Otto, Ademar Emilio (both deceased) and Bruno Octavio.
In 1923, Dona Elsa and John Otto moved to Limerick, and went to live in Boa Vista, due to the fact that he had been admitted in Carpentry Machina of Sao Paulo de Barros Penteado & Co.
After being widowed, Mrs. Elsa moved back to the site of his parents in the neighborhood Ribeirão do Pinhal, working on the farm to raise his three children. He was married a second time on January 27, 1940, with the Italian Arnaldo Marostegan. He had a son, Celio Luiz Marostegan, and created his stepdaughter Maria Aparecida Marostegan Groppo. His family is large, consisting of 12 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
Dona Elsa lived for 87 years in the Street March 25, in Boa Vista, and for 71 years at the same address, No. 374, where he now lives with his son Celio .
Owner Elsa loves to tell young people the history of 108 years of life, and talks about the past, where he worked on the farm and grew all the food he needed. "I produce coffee, rice, beans. Today things are easier, the childish only know the coffee in the cup, "he says with much good humor Grandma. Dona Elsa was three times honored by the city of Limeira the International Women's Day and also by the Rotary Club of Limerick Center and the Rotary Club of South Limeira
The ACIL, all employees and directors Dona Elsa greet the anniversary of 108 years. Cheers!

Dona Elsa likes to tell his story with care and keep pictures hanging on the wall

"The misses the farm," laughs Mrs. Elsa speaking of the photo with her sisters Helen and Paula Ilda (all deceased)

Photos, souvenirs and memorabilia on display in the room of Mrs. Elsa

His house is all full of pictures of tributes and memories of the past

Certificate of baptism of the day March 25, 1901, proving that Mrs. Elza went through the twentieth century and into the twenty-first century


Feb 06 2009
http://noticias.terra.com.br/brasil/not ... 0anos.html

vc reporter: older woman is 108 years of Limerick

From its 108 years - Full on Friday - Ms. Elsa Hergert is the oldest woman in Limeira (SP), a town 154 km from Sao Paulo. Advanced age, however, is no bar to an active life: her sewing, ironing and take care of the garden of the house where he lives with his youngest son.
In May 2008, she helped to cement, symbolically, one of the structures of the Center for Health Care of Women (CASM) in the city, to show the vitality of women.
Daughter of a German farmer, Elsa worked on the farm with 12 siblings to marry at 20. She had four children - one from her second husband, after being widowed - and a stepdaughter. Today, she receives frequent visits from 12 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
According to his grandson Richard Otto Hornhardt Son, she always had good humor. "In a family meeting, she recalled how difficult it was to produce coffee. 'I had to plant, harvest, shake." Today, she said,' I just want coffee in the cup, '"he said.


Feb 06 2007
http://www.portaldoenvelhecimento.org.b ... go2187.htm

At 106 years, "owner" Elsa gives tips to live well

Born on February 6, 1901, "owner" Elsa Martha Hergert Marostegan completes 106 years today. Excited about the date, she stated that the secret of longevity lies in doing what one likes.

Married twice, with a family of four sons, a stepdaughter, twelve grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and nine great grandchildren, Mrs. Elsa reveals that loves his birthday, get together for family and loved ones, not as a habit of rescuing common today. "Once people visit each other more often and spent hours talking."

Today with the modern world no one finds time to visit, "smiled the lady with more than a century old still looks ready to do some household chores, even with the practicalities of the modern world. "I still wash step and cook. I like to do these things. It helps pass the time and I feel useful, "he said.

Among the activities, she also revealed that loves to hear the songs played during his youth, watch TV to understand what is happening around them and especially to grow in your backyard trees and flowers, to bring joy to your home. "I was born on a farm there and did my best to help my parents and 13 siblings. When I moved to this house for over 50 years, brought me some habits of the site, such as tinkering with the land, growing plants and flowers, "he said excitedly.

In addition to plant and care for household chores, sewing mistress Elsa and with patience, manufactures dolls and props. "Everything is handmade, from the bodice to the dress," he said.

For the youngest son, Celio Luiz Marostegan, fruit of the second marriage, Mrs. Elsa, is an example of life and mood. "When we think of his age and we are looking at all that she still does, we realize how much it is war," he said. According Marostegan, the mother who depends on no medication to survive an observer is reminiscent of past events as if it were happening now.

When asked about this because, she says, smiling just like that to be with people and true friends. "I love the company of my grandchildren, great grandchildren and great grandchildren. Along with them I learn many new things, "he added.









PostApr 02, 2011#52

Male - Santo Sant'ana Afonso (Mar 12 1901) of Dom Pedrito, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Caveiras, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


Mar 18 2010
http://www.clicrbs.com.br/especial/rs/d ... drito.html

Lesson for 109 years: ex-pawn has literacy classes in Dom PedritoSt. Alphonsus Sant'ana receives weekly visits from a literacy
Mauro Toralles | mauro.toralles @ zerohora.com.br
When sitting in any chair and firms the eye strain beyond the trees and birds, the old St. Alphonsus Sant'ana reaches to the sky and sees pawn boy, is upright on the saddle of a horse in the cares of daily grasslands of Dom Pedrito. Back immemorial these tours, which most stirs his long life of 109 years are receiving literacy classes in the only asylum of the city.

Probably not giving much of it, but what he does is an example of what is important is to move forward. Always. At the age of 21 inhabitants of the orphanage for the Elderly Major Alencastro Carneiro da Fontoura, this provision is even more relevant.
- Most prefer to stand by - noted the director, Manuel Garcia.

Santo and six other companions did not deliver, and at least twice a week, receiving the visit of a teacher's Literate Brazil Program. At such times, St. turns kid barn, sees the fire ground and alive, perhaps a corn cob kebabs and turning on the red hot embers. Good thing to think about. Give it a desire to learn the lyrics. As far as memory can go on better days, Santo points out that it was too far, no:

- Hey, the school was far in the campaign, and I never left the "egg and grape." I went to learn more after I left school.

This memory corresponds to one of the lessons of the old textbooks, the time of "Grandma saw the grape" - that was not how children learn to read? Between the egg and fruit, the Holy espana boy's age and the dust hangs some tantrums humorous Josi Storniolo with Brazil, the master of these students so special.

- He says that if you have to take a shower does not come to class - the teacher laughs.

But this is just to lead, to draw attention and say "Hey, I'm alive, look at me." Holy is the last to leave. Says it will not take lessons, but it does. And always ask for something that will not win: the textbooks of that time with a woman dressed in red and a lamb. In contrast, there are well-drawn letters. If you have managed to actually read this new phase is still collecting the letters.

Retirement age was achieved last year

Some colleagues, more precisely two, jumped on stage and they are reading. Maybe not get to St. taste that great. But this is not the most important now. What matters is to keep busy. Josie uses trickery to hold some women in the program. Do not want to read a lot, prefer to paint. Then paint it and then return to the letters, is the law of literacy.

Time when the memory wall jumps and will stop at St. Skulls, the location where he was born March 12, 1901. It was there that grew into an adult. The memories wander, nostalgic space that came and went until it touches the horizon, almost without being able to see. Sound taken from the harmonica helps you relax a little in some of the farms where he worked for and dreamed of dancing teapots and hot.

This man astray, unmarried and without children to care for the elderly, for years was to find shelter in the asylum. And since last year has become more citizen. With the birth certificate, identity card and CPF made, was retired by age and had opened a bank account where he receives his salary. The past is the harmonica, this spreads the letters drawn on paper. The Holy gaudério follows in suit.



PostApr 02, 2011#53

Male - Bráulio Celestino Santos (Mar 29 1901) of Itabuna, Bahia, Brazil
Birthplace: Nazaré das Farinha, Bahia, Brazil


Refer to this post: http://z3.invisionfree.com/The_110_Club ... topic=1785

PostApr 02, 2011#54

Female - Cypriana De Farias (Apr 1901 - Jun 06 2012) of Maringá, Paraná, Brazil
(Alternate birth: Apr 1907)


May 10 2011
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Wo ... sage/16735


Jun 07 2012
http://www.gazetadopovo.com.br/falecime ... -guerreira

MARINGÁ

Cypriana de Farias, 105 years. Sep. in time to be designated in the municipal cemetery of Campo Mourao, leaving the chapel of Foresee 2. Av, Goioerê, 3128 - Garden Curitiba - Campo Mourao.


Jun 06 2012
http://maringa.odiario.com/maringa/noti ... -e-regiao/

Deaths of day 6

CYPRIANA DE FARIAS, 105 years
Burial: Campo Mourão.


Apr 05 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkeYPR93msw

Completed in 110 years





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Female - Benedita Camilo dos Santos (Apr 13 1901) of Três Lagoas, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Alto Sucuriú, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
(AKA Benedita Camilo dos Anjos)


Refer to this post: http://z3.invisionfree.com/The_110_Club ... topic=1864


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Female - Benedita de Souza (Apr 19 1901) of Franco da Rocha, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: ?, São Paulo, Brazil


Sep 10 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnanyFKbjFU

Benedicta de Souza, known as Ditinha, a native of Sao Paulo, was transferred in 1973 by the Hospital Franco da Rocha (SP). On April 19, 2012, turned 111 years old, with 39 years as a resident of the Psychiatric Hospital.


Apr 19 2012
http://www.ifronteira.com/noticia-presi ... udente-880

Psychiatric hospital patient full PP 111 years
Birthday is celebrated on Friday (19); elderly is lucid and is in the hospital for 39 years

A Psychiatric Hospital patient full Bezerra de Menezes on Thursday (19) 111 years old. Benedita de Souza, better known as De, is a native of Sao Paulo and was transferred in 1973 by Hospital Franco da Rocha. She is already on the drive prudentina for 39 years.
"She is in good health, despite being in a wheelchair. It is lucid and understand what we are talking about, up fight with us when they don't like something, "the Managing Director of the hospital, Mauro Galhiane.
In addition to De, there is another patient centenary, 105 years. "The two arrived at the hospital without family ties. It is not common terms patients centenarians ", says the Director.
The Clinical Director of the hospital and the psychiatrist, Michelle Medeiros Lima Salione, complete that in most cases of residents residing in the institution there is a family link, and if there is, it is fragile, so the family of these patients is own hospital.
"We treat these patients with all the love, care and affection they need, take care of them as members of the family. It is a pleasure to have them with us for all these years, "he says.







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Female - Gerosina Maria de Jesus (Apr 21 1901 - Aug 25 2009) of Itapetinga, Bahia, Brazil


Aug 26 2009
http://itapetinganews.com/site/?sessao= ... er&id=2222

At 108 years the oldest woman dies of Itapetinga
D. Gero died Tuesday. The ItapetingaNews registered the party hosted by CSU to celebrate her birthday in April this year. See the exclusive last visit of King Gero Itapetinga of the CSU. In the photo, D. Gero being interviewed.

He died on the afternoon of Tuesday, 25 Gerosina Mrs. Maria de Jesus, known as D. Gero. She was 108 years and lived with a granddaughter on the street in the Bairro Tancredo Neves New Itapetinga. According to the report of the family for about a month she fell and broke his femur. He spent almost eight days in hospital HCR. Very weak, D. Gero returned home to be cared for by relatives. This Wednesday would make it fell 30 days. Did not want to know food. "I lost my will," she told the family before he died. D. Gero loved to participate in events of the CSU, Centro Social Urbano, especially dancing. In April, the CSU has promoted a homage to D. Gero by the passage of his birthday. She completed 108 years to the very sound of dragging feet. At the invitation of Rocky, responsible for the CSU, our reporting was in place and the last recorded visit of D. Gero. Go to home page ItapetingaNews and see the video. "I thought it would not come back here," she said smiling. Playful D. Gero leaves children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and even great grandchildren. The body of D. Gero is veiled in the street Tancredo Neves 658, New Itapetinga in the neighborhood. Burial will be in Cemetery Park on Wednesday of Eternity


Apr 23 2009
http://itapetinganews.com/site/?sessao= ... ver&id=636

D. Gero celebrates 108 years with joy and determination.

Have you ever wondered over the hundred years of life? Well, a very special person in Itapetinga is giving an example of longevity. And despite his age is an example of life. D. Gerozina of Jesus known as D. Gero New Itapetinga resident in the district completed last April 21 108 years old. Born in the year 1901 Gerosina known as Maria de Jesus D. Gero, lives in a simple house with a great-granddaughter. Very humbly says he is very happy and that love is the one who makes her living anymore. Their appearance does not show its age. Mother of seven children has 18 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren and even great grandchildren. D. Gero exudes health, speaks with great warmth and emotion of love that is even after her husband died. Bispo dos Santos said Magna granddaughter of D. Gero is a good fork. "There's no bad time for her, eat feijoada, fatada and has no time," he said proudly. Now anyone with half the age of D. Gero lives depends on numerous medications for his health. But D. Gero over the 108 years iron has health and disposition. The only drug that is used for strengthening bones. To commemorate the date the Group of Elders who meet every Wednesday - Social Center in fairs have a little party with the right to live music, images that unfortunately our report did not arrive in time to register. D. Gero left the scene of the celebration of another anniversary. Squandered joy and willingness. He knows he is being honored with many years of life. Vasconcellos Gilson


Apr 22 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeSJxOzRPEk

D Geró celebrates 108 years

ItapetingaNews The team was invited to record the celebration of 108 years for D Geró





PostApr 02, 2011#55

Female - Petronilia Dias da Silva (May 03 1901) of Manoel Emídio, Piauí, Brazil


Apr 19 2010
http://180graus.com/bertolinia/antigo-t ... 17912.html

19/04/2010 at 23: 49
Old Terriitório of Aparecida has a 108 years old

In the old territory of Aparecida, today, the municipality of Manoel Emídio, we have a resident of 108 years, dona Petronilia Dias da Silva, who lives in the Cohab city. The same is the mother of 14 children, 9 still alive grandmother, is more or less 50 grandchildren and has around 63 great-grandchildren and 10 great-great grandchildren.
Dona Petronilia is still well prepared, protected and cared for by his daughter Carmelita, who said that this long life due to healthy food that her mother had in the early stages of his life. She'll complete 109 years on May 3.


Apr 18 2010
http://www.noticiasdeurucui.com.br/noti ... -4933.html

Best age: Dona Petronilla will complete 109 years

Manoel Emidio found in a resident of 108 years, Dona Petronilla Dias da Silva, who lives in Cohab the city . The same is the mother of 14 children, nine still alive, a grandmother of 50 grandchildren more or less and has around 63 great-grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.
Dona Petronilla is still well prepared, protected and cared for by her daughter Carmelita, who said that long life is due to healthy food that your mother had in the early stages of his life.
Dona Petronilla is the oldest resident of our county. She will complete 109 years on May 3.




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Female - Carolina Zambon Geraldine (May 06 1901) of Piracicaba, São Paulo, Brazil
Birthplace: Piracicaba, São Paulo, Brazil
(Alternate birth date: May 06 1906)


May 06 2011
http://www.rac.com.br/noticias/brasil/8 ... icaba.html

Former peasant complete 110 years in Piracicaba

Owner has an enviable health, she remembers important facts to Brazil, as the revolution of 32 and the end of the War
06/05/2011 - 10h43. Updated 06/05/2011 - 11:23
Gazeta de Piracicaba
With great faith and devotion, it reserves moments to pray for health for people

When Carolina was born there was no Ninth cars or TVs. Memories are the days of radio, at which time she was a married woman with two children to raise. According to the Register of Individual Taxpayers (CPF) on May 6, 1901 Carolina Zambon was born Geraldine, who on Friday, completes 110 years.

There are no official figures but it is believed that the Ninth Carolina, as it is affectionately called by everyone in the neighborhood of Santana Trentino - where he has lived for over 60 years with his family - is the oldest woman in Piracicaba. Owner has an enviable health, she remembers important facts to Brazil, as the revolution of 32 and the end of World War II. In a lot of work in the coffee harvest in childhood and later in sugar cane, Ninth Carolina spent half his life to prayer for one who loses objects, documents, and especially children with health problems. 'To this day she prays for those who ask. But she does not like being called a healer, simply, a person with faith to ask God for the needy, "said the daughter Elza Geraldine, who lives on the same site of the Ninth Carolina with her ​​husband, son and brother. The religiosity has always been present in her life. She was the mother who woke up with his brothers at 5:30 am to go to the masses in the neighborhood of Recreation, Tamandupá near the farm where he was born. 'The priest came by train and the farm was far from the church. We went by wagon or walking, "said Nona Carolina.

Today she no longer goes to church. Avoid leaving the house for fear of falling, although it has never taken any drop. Masses are accompanied by television or radio. 'The noise also bothers a little. The house is always full, and though no illness, the aunt can not bear to stay long standing. She also filled with very strange and noisy places, "said the niece, created by it, Zaira Zambom.

Every day, Ninth Carolina up at seven in the morning. The power is still the same: rice, beans and meat. Everything cooked in lard. Soup and polenta are the favorite foods. At breakfast, she only drinks milk and egg together with rustic toast warm. Rarely have wine. At nine in the evening she is sleeping after praying to God and their patron saints, St. Anthony of Padua and Our Lady of Perpetual Help. HISTORY From childhood lived on the farm Tamandupá, Ninth Carolina remembers who helped care for children , sons of neighbors, from their eight years of age. Then she began to work in the fields, which prevented her from attending school and be literate. Married at age 27 with Pedro Antonio Geraldine. The former laborer recalled with joy just five months of dating. 'The wedding took place quickly, "said laughing.

Union were born three children. The eldest died in months of life. But her dream was to have children and, therefore, went on to create two. 'I am what I am thanks to the warmth and simplicity of my aunt, "said Zaira that was created by Nona Carolina until age 15. Living in the same place if the children and José Luiz Alferino Maximian had six and seven years respectively, Ninth Carolina, now has seven grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.


May 31 2008
http://colecionador-jairministro.blogspot....o-tamandup.html

DISTRICT OF TAMANDUPÁ
Labels: PIRACICABA
District of Tamandupá - Ninth Carolina
religiosity and faith mark the trajectory of a rural worker who came to 102 years
ELIANA TEIXEIRA [email protected]
The sweetness is in the blue eyes. The carefully coiffed hair, ponytail stuck in the dark background of flowered dress, a pair of slippers, make up the look of an ordinary woman who worked in the fields of 10 to 75 years of age. This is the portrait of Geraldine Carolina Zambom that reached 102 years, and willing and quiet. That more than a century of existence, 40 are dedicated to prayer for one who loses objects, documents, and especially children with health problems such as fever, worm or "scared."
Ninth Carolina, is known as Santana - Colony Trent Piracicaba - where he lived for 50 years, Miss Lavinia was born on the farm, in Boa Vista. Her parents came from Padua, Italy, to work and raised their children speaking Italian, maintaining European traditions. Children and grandchildren do not understand the language too, when the matriarch decides to communicate in Italian.
Living in a leased site, if the children Luizinho and Joseph had six and seven years old, respectively, she adopted Santana as his refuge. There, the ninth Carolina still resides with her ​​son Joseph, now aged 72, the daughter and a grandson. Trentino dialect she says she does not understand.
Although he spoke Italian, prefers to communicate in Portuguese, which only learned to pronounce. Reading and writing are unknown to the ninth. The work on the farm and the distance of the school prevented her from being literate. Of the eight siblings, only two have learned to read and write a course for the 4th year of the old primary.
From childhood lived on the farm Tamandupá, ninth Carolina remembers that "looked" children, nephews and children of neighbors, from eight years . Then he started working in the fields. It was the mother who brought lunch for her and the brothers - now deceased - all day, at 9 am, and coffee at noon. Life followed the routine of cutting cane, handling, milling played by donkeys, harvesting coffee, until marriage. "Tired. It started early and went until four in the afternoon. Came home, had yet to collect calf, cow milking, "he recalls.
She married 27 years, at a time when girls married at 17, 18 years old. The love story of the ninth Carolina is remembered for her with joy. After one of her brothers married the sister of Antonio Pedro Geraldine, fate took care of the rest. The boy, four years older, he attended the family home to "visit" his sister.
He was interested in one of her sisters, but was not reciprocated. "My sister told me this boy is beautiful, why do not you date him? I accepted, "he recalls, smiling.
There were five months of dating. Geraldine was a horse, Tanquinho Tamandupá the farm to meet his girlfriend. Sitting in the room, accompanied by her parents, dating was fine. The conversation rolled loose on the farm.
They married in their hands without touching each other. The ceremony was a cold Thursday, at eight o'clock in the church of the Immaculate Conception in Vila Rezende. Celebrated the union with lunch - chicken and pasta - and traveled to Campinas.
They were born three children. The youngest died just three months of dehydration. At eight years old the other two children began to work in the garden, pulling eucalyptus cutting. The dream of the ninth Carolina was to have daughters. She came to "create" two. One of them even 14 years, when the biological parents decided to get it. Ninth cried.
Another girl appeared in her life. The child's mother was working and could not stick with it. But at age nine, she went to fetch the girl. It was New Year's Eve. "She called me aunt. He cried, would not go away. I cried a lot too. Then she brought me a bunch of roses and a picture of Bom Jesus, "he recalls.
As a reward, the daughter and son Joseph Elza gave ninth five granddaughters, she helped create. All were married. Four live in a Santana and Glory in the Garden. The two sons of Carolina ninth gave him seven grandchildren. The matriarch has 11 great-grandchildren. "I have a granddaughter, Giulia. It is a little beauty, "melts.
She loved milk, go and wash clothes, sweep the yard, humming a fashion violation. Nona always liked to hear music played on accordions and double tonic and Tinoco. Wash clothes in the river, where he entered the water at waist height, it was another routine that lasted three, four hours. She took a tablecloth, bran bread, shook the river and the fish attracted by food seeking. "He'd come home with a towel full of fish for us to eat," he recalls.
In the leased site, where he lives to this day, the children and grandchildren grow sugarcane, corn, rice, beans and other cereals. After delivering the goods to the owner of the site, buy fertilizer, tractor driver pay, the money earned from work is not very rural. But the calm of the place - doors and windows remain open on a simple construction and old - will not be replaced by the bustle of the city, relying on the family.
Losing his sister, who encouraged her husband to date, hit by a car racing , was one of the greatest pains to nine. In 1992 came the bridegroom, who was 93 years. Were 63 years of marriage. She remembers the surprise party held in the colony Trent, when the two completed 50 years of marriage. For it was unforgettable.
With health under control, considering its 102 years, it goes to the doctor regularly and have gotten used to hearing: "you're good. Come back from time to time. " Ninth blood pressure is 14 by 8, some feel back pain, "weakness" in the arms and a certain vision problems. "I can not see to sew more, see the little things. But for now, I see people well, "he explains.
Prayers
In and around Santana Carolina ninth all know the power of their prayers. Many seek it and believe in their faith. Agenor Vitti, 67, Noi, always visit the ninth. He demonstrated the effect of prayer with the children when they were still small. One of them, according Noi, three years old, woke in the night, scared and cried a lot. His wife took him to pray for the ninth. Sure enough. The child, two days later, gave no further work.
Dirce Stocco Vitti, 54, wife Noi, says everyone in the colony who have children looking for the ninth. She took the two children. Today they have 27 and 18. She notes that at first her husband did not believe, however, changed the concept view of the results. For those who arrive in the neighborhood and have children with "worm" or "chipping", Dirce indicates the ninth.
The social worker Luciana Cristina Vitti, 31, a resident of Santana, nurtures a special affection for the ninth Carolina. As a child, Luciana Cristina goes to her house. Before it was taken by his parents when he was a worm, fever or not sleep at night. "It puts a glass of water beside the altar, where it has a lighted candle, lights a match and puts it inside. Then she gives to drink, "he says. Luciana has friends from Campinas to bring children into the ninth.
With all humility, the ninth is keen to stress that there is healer and that does not solve complicated problems. She asks the reach of thanks to Jesus and Our Lady. In tough times, it is common either appear asking her to pray for the emergence of a vacancy. Others ask to find the key or a lost document. But if a stolen car, no way. Then the police just give way. Every day there are people asking for prayers, either in person or by phone.
religiosity has always been present in her life. She was the mother who woke up and the brothers at 5:30 am once a month to go to Mass in the Playground, near the farm Tamandupá. The priest, according to the ninth Carolina, arrived by train. The church was far from the family home. In the other day, prayers were with the third set. At five in the afternoon, all gathered in his grandparents' house to pray.
Currently, she does not go to church, avoid leaving home not to fall, although it has never taken a tumble. Masses are accompanied by television and radio. His last trip to church Santana was in July 2003, during a party to commemorate 110 years of the parish. In the city, was also the last time last year. Strange noise.
Accustomed to wake up at 5.30am, when she was younger, today, the ninth Carolina sleeps until "later" or at least stay in bed until seven, eight o'clock. The power is still the same: rice, meat, beans. Everything has to be cooked with lard. Soup and polenta are the favorite foods. By age 90 she milked the cows. Now I just drink milk for breakfast, accompanied by toast and egg hillbilly hot. Rarely have wine. At nine o'clock she is sleeping.
's father died at the ninth Carolina 55 years and mother to 78. She never dreamed that so much. "I think I reached that age, because I do not know what it feels like an angry person and everybody loves me," considers.





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Female - Elvira Mariana de Souza (May 10 1901) of Cariacica, Espírito Santo, Brazil
Birthplace: Carangola, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Oct 28 2010
http://www.jornalvoxpopuli.com.br/?p=2850

Women who lived for 109 years here in BSF is located in Victoria
Thursday, October 28, 2010, 11:34HighlightsComment

Elvira de Souza lives alone, washing clothes and preparing his comida.Ela says he loves beef jerky and bacon baked beans in Marianna Aguiar. Reaching 109 years is no small task
for anyone. Pensioner Elvira Mariana de Souza is a clear example.
A resident of New Canaan, Cariacica, was discovered by an agent in the 2010 Census.
The descendant of slaves who said he has lived in Barra de Sao Francisco, but was born in Carangola, Minas Gerais, married at 15 years and moved to the Holy Spirit.
He had 14 children, but believes that only six are still alive. His dream is to hear news of the firstborn. The last time SebastiãoMariano Souza communicated with the mother was by letter. He had a black and white with the date 1989. According to Maria Francisca de Souza, daughter of Dona Elvira, he was living in Cascavel, Paraná. Elvira said parents and grandparents were slaves, but when he reached the period of emancipation, they got a piece of land. She reported that they cultivated cassava and potatoes and also had horses and pigs. Dona Elvira was a farm worker picking coffee and rice planting. "My grandfather always spoke of slavery. They suffered too much and
picked up a lot. Went out at dawn to work on the farm and only returned at seven o'clock. "Pensioner arrived to investigate, but said he never learned anything since I was always tired.
"My book was the pillow. I worked hard on the farm and then slept a lot, "he said.
Currently, he lives alone in a room in a house Cariacica. His only companion is his dog Velvet. Dona Elvira makes her own food and wash clothes.
Do you get to visit two grandchildren, children of Mary Frances. She likes to weed the yard, attends church every day and visits her friend Ali, who lives atop a hill, in the same neighborhood. He said that takes medicine to control blood pressure,
but when tired, is a few days without. Since the diet is varied. "I eat everything, yams, cassava, yams. I love beef jerky and bacon cooked in a bean, "he said.
For the surveyor Samuel Vincent de Lima, Dona Elvira is an example of citizenship, since the home has received and responded to the Census questionnaire. "I made it simple, that lasts a short time but ended up getting 40 minutes, only to hear the stories," he said.


Oct 26 2010
http://padroeirasantana.blogspot.com/20 ... os-em.html

IBGE THINK 109 YEARS OF WOMEN IN CARIACICA
Elvira Souza lives alone, wash clothes and prepare their food. She says she loves meat and bacon cooked dry beans.

Reaching 109 years is no small task for anyone. Pensioner Elvira Mariana de Souza is a clear example. A resident of New Canaan, Cariacica, was discovered by an agent in the 2010 Census.
The descendant of slaves who said he has lived in Barra de Sao Francisco, but was born in Carangola, Minas Gerais, married at 15 years and moved to the Holy Spirit.
He had 14 children, but believes that only six are still alive. His dream is to hear news of the firstborn.
The last time Sebastião Mariano de Souza is with the mother was informed by letter. He had a black and white with the date 1989. According to Maria Francisca de Souza, daughter of Dona Elvira, he was living in Cascavel, Parana.
Elvira said parents and grandparents were slaves, but when he reached the period of emancipation, they got a piece of land.
She reported that they cultivated cassava and potatoes and also had horses and pigs. Dona Elvira was a farm worker picking coffee and rice planting.
"My grandfather always spoke of slavery. They suffered too much and beaten. Went out at dawn to work on the farm and only returned at seven o'clock."
Pensioner arrived to investigate, but said he never learned anything since I was always tired. "My book was the pillow. I worked hard on the farm and then slept a lot." He recalled.

Dog
Currently, he lives alone in a room in a house Cariacica. His only companion is his dog Velvet. Dona Elvira makes her own food and wash clothes. Do you get to visit two grandchildren, children of Mary Frances.
She likes to weed the yard, attends church every day and visits her friend Ali, who lives atop a hill, in the same neighborhood. He said that takes medicine to control blood pressure, but when tired, is a few days without. Since the diet is varied.
"I eat everything, yams, cassava, yams. I love beef jerky and bacon cooked in a bean," he said.
For the surveyor and Samuel Vincent Lee, Dona Elvira is an example of citizenship, since the home has received and responded to the Census questionnaire. "I made it simple, that lasts a short time but ended up getting 40 minutes, only to hear the stories," he said.





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Male - Leocádio Rodrigues de Lima (May 26 1901) of Santo Antônio, Goiás, Brazil


Aug 27 2012
WOP: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Wo ... sage/18708


Jun 09 2012
http://www.expressomt.com.br/nacional-i ... 17026.html

Man saves 111 year old coffin at home for 9 in the Surrounding of DF

Unusable, retired already ordered new coffin.
Maranhense also bought pants and jacket you want to use in the wake.

Leocádio Rodrigues de Lima, for 111 years, alongside the clothes they want to wear at own wake
A 111 year old man, a resident of St. Anthony's Discovered city in the Surrounding Federal District, home guard, since 2003, in which the coffin or burial. Waiting for death, Maranhão Leocádio Rodrigues de Lima also split his pants, his jacket and tie who wants to use in its own wake.
"I bought the coffin in order to stay inside when I die," said the retiree, who paid $ 950 for the urn stored in a shack in the backyard of the house where he lives. The coffin shares space with tiles, and wood boxes.
According to retired Maria Lúcia Cardoso, who takes care of Lima, the coffin is so old it can no longer be used. She said the maranhense came to "prove" the coffin several times at the time of purchase.
"He was in there with the pillow to see if he was comfortable," said Maria Lucia. "Now he says, jokingly, that will use the coffin to plant onions, but has another equally reserved for the funeral when he dies."
Although to be preparing for death for at least nine years, says Lima still have life plans. "I have half a dozen girlfriends and another four children," he said.
The eldest of two children living in Lima, Isabel Rocha, 83, said his father arrived in Brasilia in 1957, before the inauguration of the city. He began working with the felling of trees in the area that is now occupied by Lake Paranoá, artificially created during the construction of the new federal capital.
"When I came to Brasilia I did all deforestation is the place where that lake. Then He took the wood was taken to Novacap [Urbanization Company of New Capital of Brazil]. Then made bricks," said Lima.
Desires
Despite the stable state of health and have never had heart problems, Lima does not see or hear well and suffers from a prostate problem that forces him to use a catheter to urinate.
Two years ago he left to walk alone. The walks among the five rooms of the house and into the backyard are made with the help of Maria Lucia. The daughter Isabel's father can only move when it is placed in a wheelchair, donated. "I have faith that yet again I walk alone, with the powers of God," said Lima.
"What I wanted most in my life? Wanted to go back to playing accordion, dancing, having my horses on the farm and my companions to talk to, just that they no longer appear. Taboca also played [Fife] with my teammates, but they disappeared, died, "he said.
According to Maria Lúcia, the retiree suffers from homesickness the two women had. The first, mother of Isabel and his other son, 73 years old and living in Tocantins, died in 1975. "Sometimes he looks at her picture and asks when she comes to get him," said Maria Lucia.
The second woman, whom Leocádio lived for 33 years after being widowed, retired in a bad mood because when his name is mentioned. She was taken by the children to live with a granddaughter on the Range, about 40 miles from St. Anthony's Discovered after Isabel began to have trouble caring father and stepmother.
"You could no longer account of caring for two. Pedi for her children pay someone to care for her, but they chose to take it," said the daughter of Lima. Isabel says not want to live as long as the father. "I do not want to reach 111 years. This is hard work for others," said the woman, who is also hearing impaired.
The eldest grandson of retired civil servants Gleidimar Ferreira, 44, expects the proprietor reach a record. "Every time I cheer for him to do more years and get to the Guinness Book as the oldest in the world." According to the record books, the oldest man alive in the world is the Japanese Jiroemon Kimura, who completed 115 years in April 2012.
Despite already being prepared for burial, Lima says no hurry. "How old I live?'ll Live what God gives me. More the merrier. Where'd he take me, I will. He should know where I'm going."


Jun 09 2012
http://jornaldebrasilia.com.br/edicaodi ... pdf/10.pdf

Man of 111 years old already bought coffin

Leocádio Rodrigues de Lima was born on May 26, 1901

Since 2003, Leocádio Rodrigues de Lima bought a coffin when he got to his time to leave. With 111 years age, he keeps the object funeral inside a shack in the backyard of his house, which is in the town of St. Anthony's Discovered in Entorno Federal District.
You paid $ centenary 950 by the coffin, but it was so old that it can not be more used. Therefore another coffin has been commissioned. Man Centenary which also held trousers, jacket and tie that will use the very wake.
But you are wrong who think that Leocádio only think about dying. well tempered, he says he still wants have "half a dozen girlfriends and more about four children. "
When asked about how able longevity, he says secret is "to bring to life with fun, peace and music. "
Currently living with apo-sitting Maria Lúcia Cardoso, who care for it, has a state Leocádio health stable, although not able to walk alone for two years. You also can not see well and has a problem in prostate which makes it urine through a probe.
Isabel Rocha, daughter more Old secular citizen with 83 years, which has reached Leocádio Brasília in 1957, when the city nor was inaugurated. He worked felling trees in the area that is now Lake Paranoá.


Jun 09 2012
http://intervalodanoticias.blogspot.com ... mprar.html

MAN OF 111 YEARS HAD TO BUY ANOTHER COFFIN AND HAVE NOT DIED

A 111 year old man, a resident of St. Anthony's Discovered city in the Surrounding Federal District, home guard, since 2003, in which the coffin or burial. Waiting for death, Maranhão Leocádio Rodrigues de Lima also split his pants, his jacket and tie who wants to use in its own wake. "I bought the coffin in order to stay inside when I die," said the retiree, who paid $ 950 for the urn stored in a shack in the backyard of the house where he lives. The coffin shares space with tiles, and wood boxes. According to retired Maria Lúcia Cardoso, who takes care of Lima, the coffin is so old it can no longer be used. She said the maranhense came to "prove" the coffin several times at the time of purchase. He stood there with the pillow to see if he was comfortable, "said Maria Lucia." Now he talks, joking that the coffin will use to plant onions, but has another equally reserved for the funeral when he dies. "Despite being preparing for death for at least nine years, says Lima still have life plans. "I have half a dozen girlfriends and another four children," he said. Eldest of two children living in Lima, Isabel Rocha, from 83 years, said his father arrived in Brasilia in 1957, before the inauguration of the city. He began working with the felling of trees in the area that is now occupied by Lake Paranoá, artificially created during the construction of the new federal capital. When I came I did everything to Brasilia deforestation is the place where that lake. then He took the wood was taken to Novacap [Urbanization Company of New Capital of Brazil]. then made ​​bricks, "said Lima. Desires Despite the stable state of health and never had heart problems, Lima does not see or hear well and suffers from a prostate problem that forces him to use a catheter to urinate. Two years ago he left to walk alone. The walks among the five rooms of the house and into the backyard are made ​​with the help of Maria Lucia. The daughter Isabel's father can only move when it is placed in a wheelchair, donated. "I have faith that yet again I walk alone, with the powers of God," said Lima. "What I wanted most in my life? Wanted to go back to playing accordion, dancing, having my horses on the farm and my companions to talk to, just that they no longer appear. Taboca also played [Fife] with my teammates, but they disappeared, died, "he said.


Feb 13 2012
http://jornaldascidadesdf.com.br/portal ... ascidadeDF

They never imagined that far. They lived in no hurry to know until when. Raised children. Grandchildren and great grandchildren were born. Some died. The characters in this story continued here. Closely followed the popularization of radio and car. There were wars. Governments began and ended. Everything seen through their eyes, they felt life imprint a map in your skin. Leave marks to tell stories. Each one is a trait in his wrinkled face, hiding the eyes and ad fatigue. Completed a century of life. Upon reaching that mark, believed to be near the end. But if mistaken.

Leocádio Rodrigues de Lima, 110 years, and Maria Rosa dos Santos, 105, are practically neighbors. They live in St. Anthony's Discovered in surrounding areas. The city is just over 40km of Brasilia. The centenarians were famous in the city. All know. They want to learn from them the formula for longevity. Leocadio Mary not only surpasses the number of birthdays, but when it comes to fitness.

He can walk alone, take a few steps away. Still talk clearly and has memories. Sometimes lost among reports and scrambles events. Eat without help. Choose the menu when you have a chance: rib of beef cooked with plenty of cassava and pumpkin. Devours the plate, accompanied by a cold glass of guarana. Mary, in turn, can not get up without help. Not articulated phrases. Both, however, maintain the health of days.











PostApr 02, 2011#56

Male - Isidoro José de Almeida (Jun 02 1901 - Jul 20 2011) of Rondonópolis, Mato Grosso, Brazil
Birthplace: Cuiabá, Mato Grosso, Brazil


Jul 21 2011
http://www.mtnoticias.net/site/noticia/11714

MT: At 110 years old, died one of the oldest old state

He died late on Wednesday (21) Isidoro José de Almeida, 110 years old. Better known as 'Poconé', the elderly living in the Home for the Aged Rondonópolis for about 16 years. According to Wilson Pereira de Araujo, director of Home, Isidoro suffered an early stroke (CVA) for about 15 days. He was hospitalized and immediately returned home, but did not recover and died yesterday. "Poconé 'was born on June 2, 1901 in Cuiabá. He had no family and his family was formed by the residents of Home for the Aged, which has always been liked by everyone. "A person who had a mad love. Until a year or so ago he was independent, did everything myself, then started getting a little weak, "said Wilson. Before going live in the Home for the Aged, Isidore worked for many years for a pioneer family Rondonopolis, who had farm in the region. Upon arriving at home, recalled the administrator, the old man had a gun. Already more than 90 years he offered to "save" the site, which was the target of constant theft. The funeral is being held in the chapel of the Home for the Aged and burial is scheduled for 15h in Holy Cross Cemetery in Rondonopolis.


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Female - Florinda Maria de Jesus (Jun 15 1901 - Feb 11 2011) of Palotina, Paraná, Brazil
Birthplace: Salvador, Bahia, Brazil


Feb 13 2011
http://www.portalpalotina.com.br/portal ... a&id=17742

Older woman in the region of 109 years dies in Palotina

Palotina-Died on 29 morning last Friday (11), 109 years, Florinda Maria de Jesus, the elder woman of Palotina. The body of elderly being veiled in Chapel Bom Jesus and is buried in the cemetery Hall at 6 pm.

Dona Florinda was born in Salvador, on 15 June 1901. At 72 years she came to the Paraná, moving to Francisco Alves and later to Palotina. The old left seven children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren 17 28 and two great-great grandchildren.


Feb 11 2011
http://www.rgl.com.br/noticia/regiao/mu ... s-de-idade

Women older than Palotina died aged 109 years old

11/02/2011 - 10:49Categories: Region
He died early on Friday (11), around 07h, to 109 years, Dona Florinda Maria de Jesus, the oldest woman in the city of Palotina.

The body of the elderly is being veiled in Chapel Bom Jesus and be buried in City Cemetery 18h.

Dona Florinda was born on June 15, 1901 in Salvador. At age 72 she came to Paraná, he moved to Francisco Alves and later to Palotina.

The senior has seven children, 17 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and two great grandchildren.


Jun 16 2009
http://www.sintrascoopa.com.br/?p=4133

Woman in 108 years is the oldest in the region
June 16, 2009
The daughter of slaves in Bahia, the housewife Florinda Maria de Jesus is now the oldest person in the Western region of Paraná: she turned 108 years last Monday. Born in Salvador on June 15, 1901, Florinda came to Paraná and 72 years old to stay in the care of their children. Florinda has seven children (six of whom live), 17 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The birthday party will be next Wednesday 17 / 6 and is long awaited by members of the Senior Citizens Club John XXIII, the Palotina, where seniors will attend, officials and family members.
This retiree worked in various activities throughout the life: he was a farmer, cook, washing machines, and midwife. It is the widow of three marriages: the last husband died 54 years ago. Prior to reside permanently in Palotina 12 years ago, settled in Taiobeiras (MG), Sonora (MS) and Terra Rossa.
Lucid, the elderly have difficulty speaking, but understands everything he hears and smiles whenever he saw the limelight. Vain, Dona Florinda not let it be photographed without a favorite pair of earrings. His favorite hobbies are watching television, listening to the radio, walk and tell stories to children and grandchildren, as well as touring the home of grandchildren who live in the Southwest region. His favorite dish is a mixture of beans, bacon and flour, and macaroni and ground beef. The stories he likes to tell are those that relate to urban legends such as Brazilian headless mule, a werewolf and a bug of this blue stone. Some three years ago, left an old habit for guidance of doctors: the daily consumption of one glass of red wine.
Health is regular: for about a year, the senior suffered a stroke that left her dependent on a wheelchair. Even more dependent on others, did not abandon a habit that carries at least eight decades: the rope of chewing tobacco every day. Dona Florinda lived with his youngest daughter, Maria Rosa dos Santos Oliveira, who cares for her 28 years. "It is our reference family, truly a very special person and we are not prepared when it comes to be missed," he says.
NOTE: The department of Social Welfare will be holding a party in celebration of 108 years of life of Dona Florinda day on Wednesday 17 / 6 to 14 hours at the Convivencia in the 3rd Age of Palotina. All are invited
Legend
With over a century of life, the elderly are proud and will not be photographed without his pair of earrings
Credit
Marcelo Silva
Source: Office of Communications City Hall Palotina





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Male - Otaviano Ledoino Diniz (Jun 21 1901) of Anápolis, Goiás, Brazil
Birthplace: Angical, Bahia, Brazil


Aug 14 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXk40Usk4r0

São Francisco Radio - Promotion Father's older Annapolis

On the parents gave the station a minimum wage for Mr. Octavian, 110 years!


Aug 14 2011
http://www.portal670.com.br/?p=3557

Father's Day Promotion - Octavian has 110 years

See the delivery to the home of Mr. Octavian, he earned the minimum wage, courtesy of Royal Credits and Services. Promotion was done by AM Radio São Francisco. More than ten prizes were distributed to parents, the station's listeners!






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Female - Julia Carneiro de Mesquita (Jul 02 1901) of Santa Quitéria, Ceará, Brazil
Birthplace: Carnaubal, Ceará, Brazil
(AKA Julia Viado)


Jul 05 2012
http://varjota24horas.blogspot.com/2012 ... trito.html

Santa Quitéria - Julia Stag district Trapiá full 111 years

On Monday (02), who is completing another aninho life is D. Julia Carneiro de Mesquita (Julia Stag), celebrating nothing less that 111 years old.
Viado Julia is a resident of the district Trapiá in Santa Quitéria, where on Sunday because she was a devout religious grid, was celebrated Thanksgiving Mass at the Church of San Luis Gonzaga in the district.
Such strong woman warrior, was born on July 2, 1901 in Carnforth Mendonças the region of Serra da Ibiapaba where from there, passed by other municipalities and came be a foster child in the district of Santa Trapiá Quitéria.
Faith is the correct word for the dictionary of this great woman, because when it is day Mass at the Church of San Luis Gonzaga in Trapiá may be eight o'clock at night, that day no food and only drink water so that the appropriate time to receive the body of Christ. (SQN)


Jun 10 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfqH1C1qszk

ELDERLY PERSON MORE CEARÁ, Viada JULIA MAKES BIRTHDAY OF 111 YEARS OF LIFE

Julia Carneiro Mosque "Júlia Viada" was born in Carnforth state of Ceará, in 02/07/1901, from a teenager who lives in the District Municipality of Santa Trapiá Quitéria, Ceara - Brazil. Pascoal Rodrigues de Mesquita (Pasromes), always publicized culture through videos, songs, photos and writing


Jul 02 2011
http://www.edilsinho.com/products/parab ... de-idade-/

Congratulations Dona Julia Viado by its 110 years of age

This Saturday (02), held a mass at 5:0 pm in the Church of the District of Trapiá in the municipality of Santa Quitéria, the celebration is in honor of the centennial as the population of the district is proud to have as one of the older women of the world, Julia Carneiro de Mesquita (Julia Viado).

Julia Viado was born on July 2, 1901 in Carnaubal of Mendonças, the mountainous region, where de Ibiapaba, there passed by other municipalities and came to be an adopted daughter of the District of Trapiá in Santa Quitéria.

The population that lives with herknow of his virtues and gives faith that it demonstrates in San Luis Gonzaga, patron saint of the district and in God, who lives with the same, don't forget already more of your palms (wholemeal), that Julia was with an unequaled flavor.
D. Julia this day July 2, 2011, does nothing less than 110 years old, where he spent for various needs in his life, among them the spending almost 20 years blind, where years later returned to see the light of the world. Children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great grandchildren and other family members of fifth consanguine degree, in addition to friends and acquaintances of our municipality, are today filled with joy for this day so important.

The Centennial that does not forget North of Juazeiro, made several trips that municipality as it is very devout Padre Cícero, on one of them and still blindly made with almost 100 years in a pau-de-arara, where did with much faith and devotion.

Faith is the correct word to the dictionary for this great woman, since when is day of mass in the Church of San Luis Gonzaga in Trapiá, may be, eight hours of the night, that that day not feeds and only drink water for the suitable time to receive the body of Christ.

Congratulations to this woman warrior that on your last birthday still danced "forró , Julia already turned celebrity in the municipality of Santa Quitéria.

Congratulations by their life aninhos 110 ...!


Jul 01 2011
http://avozdesantaquiteria.blogspot.com ... to-de.html

Tomorrow festive day for the District of rag in Santa Quitéria.

July 2nd day tomorrow will be a very special day for residents of a rag in the District of Santa Quiteria, the oldest resident of the place and the city will be celebrating 110 years of life, Mrs. Julia Ram Mosque (Fuckin known as Julia) affectionate nickname by which all residents to treat. The district in Santa Trap Clover is proud to have one of the older women of Ceará, Julia Ram Mosque (Fuckin Julia). Fuckin Julia was born on July 2, 1901 in the Carnforth Mendonca, Ibiapaba the mountain region, where from there, passed by other cities and came to be an adopted daughter of the district of Santa Trap Quitéria.Ela retired with difficulty in vision is lucid, conversation with all who come to your house, surely oquem know Miss Julia has only to gain knowledge of his teachings and life from Dona Julia congratulations.


May 27 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UgFPngmyxw

Councillor D Braguinha Visit Trap May 25 2011 Santa Quiteria, Julia meets D with 109 years


Aug 02 2010
http://www.sobralportaldenoticias.com/v ... em-trapia/

August 2, 2010 posted by admin
The district continues Trap proud of the illustrious resident who resides in Cathedral Square in that town, it's Julia Carneiro de Mesquita (Julia Faggot) that the last day July 2 completed 109 years of great lucidity and FE.N Saturday 31/07, a TV crew spent the day conducting Record a matter that will air on Sunday Spectacular program with a date yet to be disclosed. The team followed the footsteps of the everyday life of Julia D. Viado, where she had the opportunity to show how still manages to sweep your home, washing clothes, cooking and even put water in their little plant in the yard, all at age 109. The matter did not stop, and at night the same day, in Chocalhão Trap Club, the Record had the opportunity to conduct a field exclusively, which shows D. Julia dancing an authentic forró pé de serra with former Councilman Jesus Magalhães the group's sound station northeast and applauded by all who used to fall into the dance.


Jul 05 2010
http://rerius87hotmailcom.blogspot.com/ ... egiao.html

TRAP: Older woman full of the region 109 years

The district in Santa Trap Clover is proud to have one of the older women of Ceará, Julie Carneiro de Mesquita (Julia Viado).

Julia Viado was born on July 2, 1901 in the carnauba palm Mendonca, mountainous region of Ibiapaba where there, passed by other cities and came to be an adopted daughter of the district of Santa Trap Quitéria.

We who live with it, do not forget their palms (muffins), which made a unique flavor.
D. Julia on this day in 2002, is nothing less than 109 years old, where he spent several needs, among them nearly 20 years to go blind, where years later returned to see her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, great grandchildren and other members of consanguineous the family of the fifth degree, besides friends and acquaintance of our county.

The century-old made several trips to Juazeiro do Norte, it is very devoted to Padre Cicero in one of them blind and still has almost 100 years in a stick-to-macaw, where he did with great faith and devotion.

Faith is the correct word to the dictionary of this great woman, because when it's day mass at the Church of San Luis Gonzaga in rags, may be eight hours of the night, that day does not eat and only drink water so that the appropriate time to receive the body of Christ.

Today will be a Mass celebrated in his honor in the Church of San Luis Gonzaga, in the district of rags, where we also have the pleasure of cutting his cake 109 years of life.
Congratulations to D. Julia and her family ....!!!


Mar 11 2009
http://jluis.my1blog.com/2009/03/page/10/

jluis - 11/03/2009, 02:37
107 YEARS OF OLD ATTENDS PARTY IN TRIBUTE TO WOMEN.

The celebration of International Women's Day, held by the city, attended by the older woman in Santa Clover, Mrs. Julia Carneiro de Mesquita (Júlia Veado) with 107-year-old resident of the District Trap, attended the Mass. on Thanksgiving to the day.











PostApr 02, 2011#57

Male - Augusto Índio Santana Silva (Aug 01 1901 - Dec 13 2009) of União dos Palmares, Alagoas, Brazil
Birthplace: Belas Águas, Pernambuco, Brazil


Dec 15 2009
http://www.96fmarapiraca.com.br/v2/verN ... ¬icia=6849

Dies supposed nephew of Zumbi dos Palmares to 108 years

He was born in August 1901, and was the victim of a stroke
He died at age 108 in União dos Palmares, a supposed nephew of black leader Zumbi dos Palmares. Augusto Indium Santana Silva, known as Augustus, who resided in the House of the poor, was a victim of Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA).

Born on August 1, 1901, in the city pernambucana de beautiful waters, he went to live in União dos Palmares to 8 years. Lucid, he always claimed to be the nephew of Zumbi dos Palmares, but the version was never actually proven.

The body of Augustus Indium Santana Silva was buried at 4:00 pm on Monday, in the Campo Santo of Palmares.


Dec 14 2009
http://www.alagoas24horas.com.br/conteudo/?vCod=77160

' Zombie ' Descendant dies at 108 in AL

Your Augusto guarantee that he was the nephew of Zumbi dos Palmares
For 108 years old, died in União dos Palmares, in the afternoon of Sunday 13, Augusto Indium Santana Silva. Even without proof, His Augustus – as liked to be called – assurance that he was the nephew of the leader of the Quilombo dos Palmares, zombie.

His Augustus was the son of a black with a India. Born on 1 August 1901 in beautiful waters, in the sertão of Pernambuco, and at age eight was living in the city of União dos Palmares. He was the oldest man in the city.

The elder died on 6:0 pm yesterday in the House of the Poor Santo Antônio, where lived for six months. According to doctor Maria do Socorro Cavalcante Gomes, he was the victim of Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA), arterial hypertension and disturbance neurovegetativo.

Relatives of the elder – who reside in the Serra da Barriga-claim not to know if really Your Augusto was a nephew of zombie, but allege that by contatas family stories by pointing to the offspring of black leader.

The supposed descendant of Zumbi was quite liked in the community and known by the various stories that relied on facts occurring at the beginning of the century.

The body of his Augustus is buried on 4:0 pm today at the Campo Santo of Palmares.







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Female - Maria Rosa de Oliveira (Aug 01 1901) of Vitória da Conquista, Bahia, Brazil
Birthplace: Condeúba, Bahia, Brazil


Aug 05 2011
http://www.blogdaresenhageral.com.br/v1 ... na-camara/

Conquistense 110 years is honored in the House

She was born in Condeúba, but considering conquistense heart. The matriarch Rosa Maria de Oliveira, who turned 110 years of life on the last day Aug. 1, was honored at City Council this morning (Friday).
The relatives of the elderly, Mr. José Ribeiro, 60, son of the matriarch, and her granddaughter, Monica Cajaíba reporter General Review of the program, received the honor.
"I thank all the MPs to approve the Motion of applause, especially Councilwoman Lucy Richardson, author of the request. I am very touched by the affection and I thank my mother, "said Ribeiro, son of Dona Maria.


AUg 05 2011
http://camaravc.com.br/site/noticia/272 ... amara.html

Older than 110 years in the House is honored

"This is a very special moment for our family. No words can express our joy, "said the son of the honored
In session this Friday (5), the Chamber granted the Motion of Applause for Mrs. Maria Rosa Oliveira, commemorating the anniversary of 110 years. The tribute was an initiative of the mandate of Deputy Mayor Rocha Lucia (DEM), which highlighted the example set by the centenary. "Congratulations to the whole family for that important date," he said. honoree's son, José Ribeiro do Prado and granddaughter Monica Cajaíba received on behalf of the honoree, the Motion of applause. "This is a very special moment for our family. No words can express our joy, "he said.


Aug 01 2011
http://nildofreitas.com/site/2011/08/co ... vida.shtml

CONQUISTENSE COMPLETES 110 YEARS OF LIFE
by NILDOFREITAS on AUGUST 1, 2011 to 18:32:59 in VITÓRIA DA CONQUISTA with ONE COMMENT
Today, August 1, 2011, Rosa Maria de Oliveira celebrates 110 years old. Born in Condeúba came to Vitoria da Conquista as a child, aged five, accompanied by parents, John Pinheiro de Oliveira and Maria José de Oliveira.

With its 110-year-old, complete, she is the matriarch of four generations, 15 children, one deceased, 09 men and 5 women, 63 grandchildren, 72 great-grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren.

The very young, at 13 years old, married with young Wenceslaus Ribeiro Novais - who died in October 1980 - and the bonds of marriage, began a long and hardworking life together.

After the wedding, the couple went to live in the Village Pradosia, where he worked on the farm to get the support, thus, the construction of his large family. Later moved to Bateias Farm, which later break up into small farms that now surround the Bateias Lagoon, one of these sites are now the residence of Mrs. Mary.

With many difficulties, limited financial resources the couple was battling year after year to raise and educate their children. And despite all this work, Dona Maria had little time to devote to God. With much dedication and fervor, she was a great collaborator in the construction of Our Lady of Fatima Church, the Capuchin Seminary and the Community of the Good Jesus. After the death of her husband, Lord Wenceslas in 1980 with their children and all adults have created, she was not discouraged, he continued his mission. And today, 110 years to life, within its limitations, shows a lot of willpower, offering love your family and great devotion to God.

Due to this historic date, the matriarch will receive a motion of applause in the City Council of Vitoria da Conquista.

Remember that Mary Rose is a reporter for the program's grandmother General Review of Club FM Radio, Monica Cajaíba.

Congratulations to this centuries-old warrior. May his example serve as a mirror of life for many to discover the true values ​​of life.





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Female - Odila Custódia da Silva (Aug 07 1901) of Timóteo, Minas Gerais, Brazil
(Birthplace: Bom Jesus do Galho, Minas Gerais, Brazil)


Feb 21 2012
http://www.viacomercial.com.br/2012/02/ ... da-regiao/

111 Years - A resident of Timothy may be the oldest in the region

A resident of the district of Cachoeira do Vale, Timothy, about 90km from Itabira, may be the oldest woman of the Steel Valley Her family said that on August 7 this year, Odila Custody da Silva will complete 111 years . Lively and humorous does not enjoy a centennial of more clarity than before, but exudes health and willingness to talk.

The family reports that the mother's documents were lost in a fire district in the church of St. Sebastian's goggles, the municipality of Raul Soares. Thus, the family reports estimate their age by the first World War, when it was still counted as well as lucid and talked about being a teenager between 1914 and 1918.

The daughter Maria Guiomar Alexei, 75, is the oldest of the children still alive Odila of Custody. She recalls the cases counted by the mother. "We know her age because she always told us the fear and distress felt at the beginning of his youth during World War I," he says. Thus, the resident Timothy may have been born in 1901.

On the wall of the house where she lives in St. Margaret Street, in the Grota Scallops, hangs a photograph of her late husband for over 40 years. After living most of his life in the country, the support from the crop was not as profitable as well. It was then decided that the children bring their parents to reside with them in the district of Cachoeira do Vale, Timothy.

As the family has spread to many corners of the state, the daughters of Odila can no longer account for the grandchildren, and great grandchildren of the mother, but many claim to be.

One of the pleasures remembered and told by Odila is cooking. Among the typical dishes of mine she quotes: hominy with pork, and galinhada gelding. "I walked away to pick up some great pans to make food for many people and it was too good," he says. But today the family reported the difficulty of making the centennial eating well.

Charismatic
Advancing age makes it impossible Odila remember the details of the stories of the past. With little lucidity, she confuses the very old, dates and even the identification of family members. But it seems good humor and willingness to ensure the healthy life of the century. In consultations at the health center it is the most popular, making up party organized by doctors last year, when he completed 110 years. And calls made ​​by the doctors tell the family that if it continues, Odila live for several more years.

Longevity
Of the 14 children he had with her ​​husband Antonio Custodio da Silva, Odila have buried almost all and only two women and one man still alive. Imérita Maria Leandro, 70, takes care of Odila with the help of her sister and granddaughter. The longevity of the mother Mary Imérita worries that she fears to be alone if the rest of the children also come to die first. "Sometimes I think I can go first and if she ever does it really happen, someone will have to take care of it," he says.


May 29 2011
http://www.diariodoaco.com.br/noticias.aspx?cd=54846

Odila Custody: 109 years in good health and fidelity

Odila Custody Account for the secret of longevity

THE WRITING - Born in a camp near Bom Jesus the Branch, Odila Custody of 109 years, is the older woman who attends the Assembly of God in the district of Cachoeira do Vale. In August, she will complete 110 years. Odila a widow for 34 years. Mother of 14 children, only four are alive. She has 24 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren.
Accompanied by his daughter Maria Esmelita, 69, has Odila who lost her parents as a child. "My father and my mother Gustavo Ilarina were the children of Indians. I am the only survivor of my original family, "said Odila.

Odila is a very healthy woman. There is no diabetes and hypertension. It has a great vision. "My mother sees things we do not see. Your meal is made from vegetables. Spent nights awake, talking with Jesus, as she makes a point of telling, "said Mary.

The oldest woman of the Assembly of God Timothy has a serene and is passionate about animals, especially cat and dog. His insistence on going to church is one of the issues that his daughter Maria runs with love.

Odila have difficulty walking, by using a prosthetic left leg in platinum. Despite the many experiences throughout his 109 years, Odile has a predilection for the memories of pleasant moments of his childhood.







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Female - Maria do São Pedro (Aug 10 1901) of São Francisco do Conde, Bahia, Brazil
Birthplace: ?, Bahia, Brazil


Aug 08 2011
http://bahiatododia.com.br/index.php?artigo=4160

Centennial celebrates anniversary
San Francisco celebrates owner of Count Peter

At 110 years, Mary of St. Peter is older than the city where you live. Born in the first years of the twentieth century, Mrs. Peter, as is known, is an example of perseverance and joy. Mother of six children - the oldest 89 years old - she is known throughout the community Jabeque district of San Francisco do Conde. "Everyone is delighted when he sees his joy. Dona St. Peter is the example of everyone here," said Rosilene Silva, the century-old neighbor.

It is also one of the oldest in the group of the third age of the Elderly Living Center. "Mrs. St. Peter never missing a group activity. It just did not want to be literate because he said his head started to hurt while attending classes," said Daiana Sales manager elderly care center. The choir participates in centennial activities and physical education center, which commemorates the anniversary of Ms. St. Peter next Wednesday (10) Cultural Market, at 10am.

Owner Peter is also older than the city of San Francisco do Conde, emancipated only in 1938 when she came close to 40 years. About the family, which owns St. Peter is not sure the number of grandchildren. "Many, four generations. I think there are more than 100 people. The important thing is that I really like to live," said the old woman who lives alone and likes to watch soap operas, talk and listen to music.

As a woman, black, widow, farm worker, retired, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, great-grandmother, great-grandfather, choir singer and finally happy, mistress St. Peter is an example of perseverance. It is also one of the older women in Brazil.


Aug 08 2011
http://www.bahiatodahora.com.br/noticia ... -sao-pedro

The 110 years of St. Peter Owner
08/08/2011 - 17:18 | WRITING

Photo: Ascom / PMSFC
The Center for the Elderly Living in San Francisco do Conde will celebrate next Wednesday (10), from 10 hours in the city's Cultural Market, the anniversary of the oldest member of the group of seniors: Dona Maria's are Peter, that day will be completing 110 years, is one of the older women in Brazil.

Miss Mary of St. Peter was born in 1901, thirteen years after the abolition of slavery in the Recôncavo. Today, 110 years later, she is a living witness of all the changes that our society has gone through for over a century, both in advance of new technologies such as the fight against racial prejudice.

Jabeque resident of the district of San Francisco do Conde, Mrs. Peter, as it is known by neighbors, had six children, all living - the eldest daughter is 89 years.

"She lives alone and is known throughout the community. Everyone is delighted when he sees his joy. Owner Peter is all alone, watching soap operas, talk, listen to music. It is an example for everyone here, "says Silva Rosilene, the century-old neighbor.

Member of the group's third age of the Elderly Living Center, she participates in choir and physical education activities. "She never misses a group activity. Just do not want to be literate because he said his head started to hurt while attending classes, "says Daoana Sales manager elderly care center.

The records show that Mary of St. Peter is the oldest person in the city - in fact, have more years than the city itself, which was incorporated in 1938. She says she does not know for sure how many have grandchildren. "Many, four generations. I think there are more than 100 people. The important thing is that I love to live, "he says.


Aug 08 2011
http://itapecompimentas.blogspot.com/20 ... sario.html

WOMAN 110 YEARS MAKES ANNIVERSARY
Was born 110 years ago, in the Bahia region of Recôncavo, Mary of St. Peter, living proof of all the transformations that society has gone through. Black widow, agricultural workers, retirees, mom and choral singer, Ms. St. Peter, as is known, lives in Jabeque district of San Francisco do Conde. Their eldest daughter, who had six children - all alive - is 89 years. She who lives alone and is known throughout the community, is one of the oldest in the group of the third age of the Elderly Living Center and participates in choir and physical education activities. Grandmother, grandmother, great-grandmother, great-grandfather, she said she does not know for sure how many have grandchildren. "Many, four generations. I think there are more than 100 people. The important thing is that I love to live, "celebrated.







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Female - Izabel Emiliana de Oliveira (Aug 26 1901) of Parelhas, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
(Alternate Birth Date: Aug 26 1900)


Refer to this post: http://z3.invisionfree.com/The_110_Club ... topic=1655


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Female - Tereza de Lucena Valadares (Aug 26 1901) of Redenção, Pará, Brazil
Birthplace: Morro do Chapéu, Bahia, Brazil


Mar 25 2011
http://iasd-redencao.webnode.com.br/new ... -110-anos/

TEREZA COMPLETES 110 YEARS
2011-03-25 22:23
Food and faith are the reasons for this long age
The next day August 26, 2011, the Maranhão, Tereza de Lucena Valadares complete 110 years old, a fact to be celebrated. Currently the life expectancy of a Brazilian is 73 years. Retired since 1971, the widow of the farmer José Fialho, and had 11 children, still recalls Hill's Hat, a paradise jam in small tourist town of Carolina, where he was born.
Living in Pau D'Arco with the youngest daughter, who has 71 years of age, century-old great-grandmother is lucid and oscillates for a moment forgetting the moments of memory, a single will to live. The daughter of the routine tells Tereza, "she has no time to wake up at 7am to be at 10 am, but the food is that it must have helped her to reach this age," he says. Vegetarian for many years, its power today, are vegetable soups and pasta.
Facing a skin cancer, Tereza lives in a simple house and lying in a network sees the time passing. Religion Seventh-day Adventist, she goes to church often and only gets upset about one thing: do not leave when singing a hymn in church. When asked what he brought to 110 years old, she says, "give the hand of Jesus Christ with all my will," he concludes.
This article is excerpted from the Journal now southern Pará, and local circulation as Sister Teresa is a member of the Adventist Church Pau D'Arco - District of redemption and a testament to his life, we believe it appropriate to have this very same article on our site . Below you can see her sister Teresa participated in a Sata Supper in 2010.







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Female - Odócia Maria Justina (Sep 20 1901) of Laguna, Santa Catarina, Brazil
Birthplace: Laguna, Santa Catarina, Brazil


Sep 22 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AC0V2zbmC40

Idosa of Laguna (SC) commemorate 110 years - 22/09/11

The elderly have only five years younger than the oldest woman in the world.


Sep 21 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6x0I02Px ... re=related

D. Eudocia full 110 years with great vitality!

Buffalo My aunt-grandmother turned 110 years on 09.20.2011 is quite healthy and I got in touch with Edivaldo Dondossola, reporter Ric's Record to record this date! Know the history of this warrior woman that I love so much!
Eudócia Maria Justina of Laguna, Santa Catarina will still go down into history!


Nov 26 2010
http://www.scribd.com/doc/45699373/O-Correio-ed-750

Honors week of black consciousness
Dona Odócia 109 years receives award
The life story of black home-vintepersonalidades nageadas Black daConsciência week if mistu-ra with the plot of escolasde samba de Laguna, somdas traditional bands, chei ()-ro popcorn, beauty of mu-farming centers to welcome, claw and the struggle for racial equality.The black movement, La-guna on Friday night feiraentregou awards for valo-to monitor the work of men emulheres that contribuírampara the growth of muni-cípio and the black community.The event happened in Clu-be Working Union, símboloda the struggle for equality in La-guna, built by Blacks, prevented from attending osclubes in the municipality.With typical costumes, Maria Aparecida psicó-loga, doMovimento Negro, enfatizoua importance of racial daigualdade discussion.Laguna signed Protocol deintenções with SecretariaNacional equal Raci-al, to discuss the black realidadedo in the municipality. The pre-done Célio Antônio destacouo reference centre of cul-ture, which will have its sedena casa Pinto Ulysséa, current-mind on retirement. Segundoele, a Commission municipalpara racial equality should be founded in the municipality HA.In closing, the Group presented a pa Bocada Night-lestra show counting and can-tures, the history of samba.The national day of Consciên-cia Black was celebrated nestesábado, November 20, also remember the 315 years Zumbi dos Palmares, sím-cake of black resistance.Meal mush d water, bitter coffee efrutos of marNada of Add-ons there-intoaccount, plastic, creams, depression, despondency or re-clamações of life. DonaOdócia Mary Justino, 109anos, devitalidade your secret account for everyone. "Comopirão d efrutos water, bitter coffee. Beans only dedia. I have many friends esou surrounded by my family catalogue-lia ", says she always smiles-tooth, descendants of escra you born September de1901.One of the honored, dona Odócia has good memó-ria, lives alone in locali-dade from the end of the Orange-ras, and the nephews comovizinhos and helpers. Gostade tell their stories, comoagricultora, Osprey and nanny.His mother died at 115 years and believes it will reach this age.


Nov 22 2010
http://www.difusoralaguna.com.br/notici ... remio-1536

Honors week of black consciousness. Dona Odócia those 109 years receives award
Posted on 22/11/2010

The life story of twenty personalities negras honored the week of black consciousness blends with the plot of the samba schools of Laguna, the sound of traditional bands, the smell of popcorn, beauty of woman, claw of women and the struggle for racial equality.

The black movement, Laguna on Friday night gave awards to highlight the work of men and women who contributed to the growth of the municipality and the black community. The event happened at the Club Working Union, symbol of the struggle for equality in Laguna, built by Blacks, prevented from attending the clubs in town.

The Dia Nacional da Consciência Negra was celebrated on Saturday, November 20, also remember the 315 years of Zumbi dos Palmares, a symbol of black resistance.

With typical costumes, psychologist Maria Aparecida, black movement, emphasized the importance of discussion of racial equality.

Laguna signed the Protocol of intentions to discuss the reality of the negro in the municipality. Mayor Célio Antônio highlighted the reference center of black culture, which has its headquarters in casa Pinto Ulysséa, currently in retirement. According to him, a municipal Commission for racial equality should be founded in the city.

In closing, the Mouth of the night presented a talk show counting and singing the story of samba.

Meal mush d bitter water, coffee and seafood

No plastic, food supplements, creams, depression, despondency or claims of life. Dona Odócia Mary Justino, 109 years, tells his secret of vitality for everyone. "How meal mush d water, bitter coffee and seafood. Beans only day I have many friends and am surrounded by my family, "she's always smiling, descendants of slaves.

One of the honored, dona Odócia has good memory, lives alone in the town of Ponta das Laranjeiras, having the nephews as neighbors and helpers. Likes to tell their stories, as farmer, Osprey and nanny.

His mother died at 115 years and believes it will reach this age.


Nov 21 2010
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HASOq4Tib5I

Lagunense Odócia reaches 109 years seeing everything.
Wash, cook, sweep the house, make the bed. Tasks which most people are accustomed to doing every day. With increasing age, simple things can be a challenge. Imagine who passed for 100 years. But this is definitely not the case with lagunense oDoc Maria Justina. She has 109 years of stories to tell and a very youthful vitality to leave with envy.
A retired fisherman exudes health. Just over a month she had a cataract surgery. The procedure was done at the Hospital Nossa Senhora da Conceicao, the ophthalmologist Barbara Tonelli Narciso Prim. For the elderly undergoing surgery performed several tests and all proved that the family already knew: no diabetes or hypertension, heart trouble or any other vital organ. Incidentally, oDoc recovery after surgery was considered exemplary. A few days later she was already seeing well and fully recovered.


Nov 20 2010
http://www.diariodosul.com.br/?pag=visual&cod=31
Odócia Maria Justina has 109 years, leaving a very young vitality jealous. Just over a month she had a cataract operation and improved vision.


Nov 20 2010
http://www.bizz.com.br/noticias/idosa-r ... farta-1372

Senior recalls the era of abundant fishing
Saturday, November 20, 2010
ODoc Maria Justina is a retired fisherman. So go and stay close to the pier where he fished during youth is a way to remember the good times. ODoc is the time when fishing was plentiful and it was easy to practice.

"Cast net and the net was full of fish. I had so much shrimp that you could add to basket. The shrimp were large and were very close to the rocks. Was even a joke fishing. Today it is all different. There are days when fishing is not nothing, "laments retired. She said the situation is thus due to water pollution and low tide, to stop salt water. "With the water too sweet shrimp does not prevail," said the lady.

Besides fisherman, oDoc worked as caretaker of newborn children and pregnant women. Work that never left the retired sad, though she had not married nor had children. "I took care of many children and mothers, and help to my only sister, Luisa, to care for children after their grandchildren and great grandchildren of it," says oDoc. She had several offers of marriage, but all refused. According to retired, none of the suitors was how she imagined. "It was very demanding. But I do not regret not having married or had children. Lived to help my family and am so happy, "says.

Who comes to the small house at the entrance to see many paintings with images of saints. The lady is devoted to various saints and pray more than once per day. In their applications, only for family health. "I have no favorite saint. I like them all. If I say that I like more than one, as I can make my requests to others? Want is health for me and my family, "says oDoc, between laughs. In the portal DS (www.diariodosul.com.br) you can see in the video interview with the fisherman.


Nov 20 2010
http://www.diariodosul.com.br/?pag=noticias&cod=331

Lagunense reaches 109 years
LAGUNA - washing, cooking, sweeping the house, make the bed. Tasks which most people are accustomed to doing every day. With increasing age, simple things can be a challenge. Imagine who passed for 100 years. But this is definitely not the case with lagunense oDoc Maria Justina. She has 109 years of stories to tell and a very youthful vitality to leave with envy.
A retired fisherman exudes health. Just over a month she had a cataract surgery. The procedure was done at the Hospital Nossa Senhora da Conceicao, the ophthalmologist Barbara Tonelli Narciso Prim. For the elderly undergoing surgery performed several tests and all proved that the family already knew: no diabetes or hypertension, heart trouble or any other vital organ. Incidentally, oDoc recovery after surgery was considered exemplary. A few days later she was already seeing well and fully recovered.
This is not the first time she goes through cataract surgery. A few years ago, she performed surgery on her left eye and this time the procedure was in the other eye. "Before the surgery had trouble doing some homework, did not slow down because I wanted to ask for help from others. I like to do it alone, I get no help from anyone, "says the retired.
ODoc lives on the shores of lake St. Anthony in the community known as Pontinha Laranjeiras. She lives in the same location since he was born. Many want to know the secret of their health. "I've been asked this several times. There's no secret. As plenty of fish, mush of water, shrimp and pray a lot. I never imagined reaching this age and I get through this life as God think I should stay, "says oDoc.







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Female - Francisca Rosa Baldoíno (Sep 27 1901) of Luisburgo, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Birthplace: Lajinha, Minas Gerais, Brazil


Oct 03 2011
http://www.jm1.com.br/2011/10/dona-fran ... e-minas-2/

Dona Francisca Baldwin may be the elder woman of Minas

On September 27 celebrating the national day of the Elderly, which is now commemorated on 1 October each year, drawn up by the Education Commission of the Federal Senate to reflect on the situation, law and difficulties of the elderly in the country. In this same day, aniversariou Dona Francisca Rosa Baldoíno, a native of Lajinha-MG, resident today Luisburgo-MG. upon completing 110 years old, is among the elderly in the country.

We would like to make a reflection on the elderly. In the Bible, we can also realize that the attitude the elderly was not always so peaceful or as smooth as, sometimes, we hear and we affirm.

We can see from reading the Bible that the elderly do not have a life without problems, without difficulties. But the post regarding valuation of the wisdom of the elders always appears. The Psalmist, for example, compares people who walk with God as lush trees full of force and even fruit in old age (Sl 92.13-15).

The Bible shows us a horizon than that which we perceive in our society.

"Up to your old age, I'll be the same and, even when you have white hair, I will carry you; I have already done; lead-I will, therefore, I will load and you will save them. " (Is 46.4)

The family, the community and society need to dignify the elderly, ensuring their participation in the community, defending their freedom, independence, well-being and guaranteeing them the right to life. In the social context we have several pleasant ways to live this life stage, participating in elderly group, making sure to fulfil their rights, as we always have disclosed about the disrespect to the status of the elderly.

We must facilitate their integration and there is much that can be done in this way, p r e e n c h e n d o significantly our ageing. According to who

-World Health Organization, the world's population is older every year and, soon, there may be older than children on the planet. In Brazil the elderly represent 10% of the population and within 20 years will reach the tour sixth country with largest number of elderly. The data serves as a warning to the Government and society to prepare for this new reality not so distant since the elderly are mostly neglected and discriminated against by society.

Dona Francisca never went to school and so has difficulty describing their experiences.

Person of great religious faith attended the Church while might walk distances. Now, due to the difficulty of getting around, receives communion at home. Despite the age, sees without the aid of glasses and walks alone by the House and surroundings.

Lucid their words spoke with the team of the newspaper of the mountains together with his son Sebastian Baldoíno, 75. The information and history of the city portrayed by it were confirmed by his son, she does not remember much and is very shy, only when the subject is connected to their faith is more that she loves to talk, remember well of the priests who came from far away to celebrate masses in the farms of the region.

The first time we did an interview with Dona Francisca was in 2003 and then in 2007.

It is noteworthy that apuramos that in the year 1907 was built a second chapel, raised by father João Batista de Olanda Cavalcante. The priests who gave assistance to the Lajinha, Father Lucas Evangelista de Barros who stayed until 1939, when he was taken to the parish, and its first vicar was fr. Ildefonso Bel SCJ. "I remember of father Defonso, as she called him, of Fr. Lucas, of Fr. Geraldo and of father Rivadávia" Says dona Francisca. Born September 27, 1901 on the property of Mr Augusto Miranda in Lajinha/MG, where he lived for many years, she is the daughter of Antonio Renovato and Rosa Gomes, and mother of: Isaltina, Emilia, Francisca, Sebastian, José, Geronir, Antonio, Maria, Luzia, Rosa, Julia, laboured in garden planting maize and coffee plantations.

In 2007 dona Francisca gave an interview to our report, reported that the most important of his life was when in the House of his son-in-law met for the first time the radio, commented the festivals mission made by the Catholic Church in Lajinha, outdoor mass celebrated in the farms, as there chapels.

Said that the most liked to do was go to church. Your feed it says: "was very fond of vegetables and fruits. Don't like rice or noodles. Today I have no further desire to eat, that day has neither coffee I take, when lunch is beans with flour ". The recipe of dona Francisca to have a healthy lifestyle is: "no smoking, avoid pork, do not make use of alcohol and sleeping enough," she told that there was a time that was very difficult to rice and food of the day was the corn canjiquinha and was very fond of making cornmeal sweaty and Couscous. The newspaper of the mountains in contact with some entities of the region found no reference to any other person with that age. If anyone knows of people aged equal or greater, please contact the newspaper of the mountains.





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Female - Cecilia Barros Nascimento (Nov 10 1901 - Oct 25 2012) of Douradina, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
Birthplace: Piritiba, Bahia, Brazil


Oct 26 2012
http://www.radiocoracao.org/noticias/do ... -douradina

With 110 years Dona Cecilia dies in Douradina

Cecilia Barros do Nascimento, born November 10, 1901 in Piritiba, BA, died yesterday afternoon in Douradina. She was married to Maciel Martins de Lima, where he had two daughters Hilda de Lima Araujo, now deceased, and Benilde Vieira Moreira. She had 16 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

Once married, came to the State of São Paulo and then to the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, in the municipality of Douradina, residing in the indent 44 and Lagoa Rica, Moruim Vila and finally the Avenida Presidente Dutra, downtown. He worked in the republic of teachers cooking for those who came from outside the city in the '70s and '80s.

Was active in the Catholic Church and all the events that happened in the city.

The city of Douradina is mourning the passing of beloved mistress Cecilia.

At 15:00 a Mass will be celebrated in person and his burial will be at 16:00 in the cemetery Joaquim da Sila Juremeira.


Oct 25 2012
http://www.douradinanews.com.br/douradi ... lia-barros

Douradina loses a mother, died at 110 years, Dona Cecilia Barros (Grandma Mary's Nilza)

He died on Thursday to 110 years Mrs. Cecilia Barros Birth (Grandma Mary's Nilza). It was a reference to Faith, love and sympathy wherever he went and visited her for who was in attendance of events Douradina always putting a smile on the face of anyone who came near. His body is being veiled in Spring Douradina Memorial Burial will be in Cemetery and Joaquim Araujo Juremeira with the schedule set by the family.

Another death reported in today's date is the Sr.Luiz Marques Pereira (brother of Alderman Gunga). His body is being veiled in Renewed Presbyterian Church, Burial will be in Cemetery João Candido Ribeiro, with the schedule set by the family.

The families that are being served by Pax Spring Mortuary thank the kindness of friends and colleagues of the city.


May 10 2012
http://mshoje.com/noticias/39164-mae-de ... %EDsticos/

Mother of 108 years is the living history of Douradina

Where has she's revelries. Where you hear noises of firecrackers she always is. Inaugurations, ceremonies, birthdays, weddings are her favorites.

It is a cheerful and happy woman. It's a very coquettish girl. Not even the weight of 108 years well lived prevents their presence at parties.

She is the Bahian Cecilia Barros Birth that much of his life he was beside husbands plowing the ground, planting seeds and dreams. Today he lives a quiet street in Douradina town 30 kilometers from Golden.

It is not in the window watching the world go by. Go behind events and participates in social and political life of the city.

Cecilia is a historical reference. It is a reference point in Douradina that on May 12 completes thirty years of emancipation. The mother oldest city already confirmed presence in the festivities. It's adviser, respected and loved by all.

She says that after becoming a widow got a new consort. Cecilia widow again preferred to sell the small farm to live in the city close to the only daughter Benilde Vieira Moreira 73 years of age. The other daughter had already died.

For many years the Bahian born in 1911 has always been linked to cassava. The years lived in houses made of flour a woman Cecilia fiber. He learned to cook. Her delicacies were his calling card. No more messes in pots and in the wood stove. The legs are weak and the views tired.

The language remains as sharp as ever. Continues an accomplished storyteller. Remember everything with annoying sharpness. It's been forty-two years in Douradina and remembers the time three or four houses formed the hamlet. Who wants to know in detail the story of Douradina should open the pages of encyclopedic Cecilia.

When going to a party Cecilia is the last to leave. The first rays of the sun begin to emerge when the old lady asks to go partying.

As his granddaughter Maria Gomes Vieira Nilza, 47 is the Municipal Social Welfare secretary, Cecilia has held captive in events Living Project that brings together seniors younger than her.

Cecilia is very religious family pride and Douradina population. He lives in a simple house. A mansion! Her daughter and granddaughter Maria Benilde Nilza are always around to help her.

In April Governor André Puccinelli was in Douradina. Who was there? Cecilia with her cane. Sitting in a chair in a strategic place looked like a queen. It was the inauguration of the new building of the Department of Motor Vehicles.

In the speeches of the name Cecilia was absolute presence. The presence of mind of Cecilia is stronger than his physical presence. The silence is absolute when his name is mentioned.

Beside Cecilia was the daughter and granddaughter Maria Nilza Benilde. A triad of strong women and mothers who did not succumb to the world eminently masculine and macho and pierced more than a century of history leaving for current and next generation DNA of hope, faith and joy for life.







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Female - Olga de Almeida Fiúza (Nov 23 1901) of Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil
(Birthplace: Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil)


Sep 19 2011
http://www.jornaltribunalivre.com.br/20 ... a-fiuza-2/

Tribute to the gold-Pretani 110 years Olga de Almeida Fiúza

Tribute to the gold-Pretani Olga de Almeida Fiuza in Tiradentes Square. A & F Communications LTD Photo-Tino Ansaloni

The gold-Pretani Dona Olga Fiuza de Almeida, 110 years, received special recognition during the celebration of September 7 and 300 years of gold-Pretani citizenship.

In the grandstand, in Tiradentes Square, she got flowers, heard the waltz "Nostalgia Black Gold," performed by Fanfare School Judge Horace Andrade and was surrounded by demonstrations of respect and affection of the authorities and the public during the crowded ceremony of Independence Day.

Student of the old Normal School and State School Dom Pedro II, Dona Olga lived on the streets of Pillar and participated in the bicentennial celebration of Vila Rica de Ouro Preto, in 1911, when she was 10. Living in Belo Horizonte, Ouro Preto came with her daughter Clara Almeida Barbosa, granddaughter Elenora Maria Barbosa and family to receive the homage of his homeland, saying he was very happy with this visit.

D. Tribute Olga - Disclosure AscomPMOP - Neno Viana

Mayor Angelo Oswaldo, in his speech, he expressed admiration of the gold-Pretani illustrious compatriot, who was present at the parties in 1911.

He asked the vice Dimas Dutra Julius Pepper and Councilman, representing the Chamber, who surrendered Dona Olga a copy of the book that records the celebration of the Tercentenary of Bi and Villa Rica. The flowers were given to Mrs. Olga Gomes dos Santos of Iphigenia, the Carbine.

The Secretary of Education, Julio Cesar de Oliveira, thanked the teachers and principals municipal dedication to the preparations for the celebration of Independence. "The beautiful parade of our schools was the culmination of a working day of research and reflection on the themes developed in each school, and students shone in this accomplishment," said the secretary.


Oct 28 2010
http://www.cuidardeidosos.com.br/aos-10 ... inda-vota/

At 108 years, Madame Olga still vote!
Video showing the animation and civility of doan Olga, 108 years old when he returned in the election of 2010!


Aug 08 2010
http://www.diariodepernambuco.com.br/20 ... ca11_0.asp

Citizenship exercised aged 108 Despite the voluntary voting, Olga de Almeida not give up the vote
Alice Maciel

Belo Horizonte - Born on November 23, 1901, Olga de Almeida Fiuza, 108 year-old former teacher and resident of the neighborhood Anchieta, Belo Horizonte (MG), does not renounce to exercise the right to vote. Without considering the time a barrier in the last week she went to a polling station near his home to remove the duplicate voter registration cards, which this year will become compulsory to go to the polls, with an identity document. "I just stopped voting in life when sick, but were very few times," he recalls. Oldest voter in Belo Horizonte that still goes to the polls, it completes 109 years exactly one month after the first round of voting.

The oldest voter in Belo Horizonte argues that no one should fail to choose their representatives. Photo: Alexandre Guzanshe / Esp. EM / DA Press
Mrs. Olga is part of the 13.76% of the 14,522,090 voters miners with more than 70 years eligible to vote this year, according to the Regional Electoral Court (TRE-MG). In Belo Horizonte, 144,941 voters fall into this age group that has optional voting. "I think every citizen should choose their candidate to improve the cities and country," he says.

Thrilled, she remembers the first time I voted in 1932, the year that Brazilian women won the right to vote. Born in Ouro Preto (MG), the Centennial comes from a family of feminists, that women walked the streets alone, worked, studied and made a point of going to the office when election won that right. "I remember I was one of very few women in line at the office. I do not know for whom I voted, but I know I wrote my name on a paper and put on the ballot," he says.

In memory of Mrs. Olga, one of the unforgettable characters politicians is former President Juscelino Kubitschek. "He is who I have more knowledge, more memories," he says. To Madame Olga, JK was very important for the country, because he built Brasília, the fact considers that a stimulus to economic progress of the nation. The creation of the Pampulha Lagoon, Juscelino when he was mayor, was also memorable for her.

After the military regime and the arrival of direct elections for president, Mrs. Olga says he voted for Fernando Collor de Mello in 1989, while living in Rio de Janeiro. She said that time was a rewarding feeling of regained by voters right after so many years of dictatorship. It also closely followed the itinerary of President Lula and says he "sympathized" with him too.

"Colinha" - When you enter the cabin to enter the numbers of candidates, Mrs. Olga says she does not dispense with "colinha" with the names written on paper, all of which will deserve your vote. "Even more this year, we have to vote six times," she explains. The voter says he has not yet chosen whom to vote, but ensures that intends to follow the election schedule to learn more about the proposals. To win the vote in Dona Olga, the candidate should have sympathy and gain confidence. "In every election I attended, everyone who received my vote won."


Aug 05 2010
http://www.uai.com.br/htmls/app/noticia ... ndex.shtml

108 years of Electress ASK duplicate title to vote in BH

Thiago Ventura - State of Minas
Published: 08/05/2010 15:15 Updated: 05/08/2010 15:32

Mrs. Olga handles for the title in 2006 Elections That Year

A special voter prepares to exercise the right to vote in Minas. An elderly woman in 108 years is expected on Friday the 35th Electoral Area to remove duplicate voter. For the registration of the Regional Electoral Court (TRE-MG), Olga de Almeida Fiuza is the oldest voter in Belo Horizonte.

The Centennial is part of the 13.76% of Voters who are over 70 miners and Eligible to vote. In the capital, more than 144,000 Voters In That age group. Voting is optional for 16 and 17 and from 70.

A law enacted last year and Already in place is Elections in October mandating the submission of the ballot title and an official form of identification to vote.


Oct 20 2005
http://www.tre-mg.gov.br/noticias/notic ... utubro.htm

14 hours - Vote the oldest voter in Belo Horizonte:

D. Olga de Almeida Fiuza - (11/23/1901) - complete in 104 years 11/23/2005


Jun 13 2005
http://www.tre-mg.gov.br/noticias/notic ... _junho.htm

Electoral Justice completes 60 years of resettlement in the country

The Electoral Court mining is celebrating 60 years next Tuesday, June 14 . Among the activities organized by ERT miner to commemorate the date they are tributes to various threads that have contributed to this story, starting with the poll workers and voters themselves. Representing all voters miners, one of the oldest voters in Belo Horizonte, Olga de Almeida Fiuza, 103 years, will be honored on the 14th with a plaque in recognition of their high sense of citizenship - despite the difficulties and limitations of age, continues Voting in all elections. The event will be at 17 hours, the former seat of the Court (Avenida Prudente de Morais, 320, Garden City)









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Female - Mistica Pereira (Dec 09 1901) of Blumenau, Santa Catarina, Brazil
Birthplace: Luiz Alves, Santa Catarina, Brazil


Jan 25 2012
http://www.guiaeuropeu.com.br/galeria/0234.html

Older than 110 years of Blumenau received a special tribute in the National Day of Social Security Retired, Retired being the oldest of Blumenau - 25/01/2012

The Social Security turns 89 this month and for the honor was Miss Mystique Pereira.
Older than 110 years of Blumenau received a special tribute in the INSS Retired National Day, being the oldest retired from Blumenau.
Her name is Ms. Mystic PEREIRA and she lives in the neighborhood Petropolis, near downtown San Jose Street access from the street and Petrópolis.
She proudly displays the award he received from the INSS Blumenau.
It makes birthday on December 9th where she completed 110 years. She was born in 1901 as the identity below.
She lives with her son and Mr. Mario Pereira visits the parents and children.



Jan 24 2012
http://jaimebatistadasilva.blogspot.com ... menau.html

Photos: Aged 110 years of Blumenau received a special tribute in the INSS Retired National Day, being the oldest retired from Blumenau.

Photos: Aged 110 years of Blumenau received a special tribute in the INSS Retired National Day, being the oldest retired from Blumenau.

Her name is Ms. Mystic PEREIRA and she lives in the neighborhood Petropolis, near downtown San Jose Street access from the street and Petrópolis.

She proudly displays the award he received from the INSS Blumenau .

It makes birthday on December 9th where she completed 110 years. She was born in 1901 as the identity below.

She lives with her son and Mr. Mario Pereira visits the parents and children.









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Female - Francisca Maria de Brito (Dec 24 1901) of Paraíba, Brazil
(Birthplace: Natural de Serra do Martin, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil)


Mar 19 2012
http://www.portal100fronteiras.com.br/n ... p?id=10794

Francisca Maria, wife of the bandit Jararaca

Maria Francisca de Brito 110 years, date of birth: December 24, 1901. Natural Sierra Martin, RN. She was married to one of the bandits Antonio Silvino (rival Lampião) Anízio the Lamb of Brito (Dead since 1988) died at 88 years of age. She was forced to marry him. "According to Ms. Francisca, he said:" If you refuse to kill his entire family, "their ages (18 and 22 years with him). He had already left the bandits before marriage. He had with him 20 children, most survived only 9 men and 5 women, were still alive his eldest son would have 92 years to his youngest is 48 years old (still alive). Dona Francisca's family became protected by Antonio Silvino, the fact that his father gave food pro and even for the other outlaws. "While they were eating at home, all the women and children hid in the woods for fear of them, but my father was." He added. Her husband has never been hit with anything. He had a kind of "closed body" or "vultava" as I said, a kind of satanic ritual, nothing could attain. In the mid-60 or even more already out of highwaymen and long since married, your Anízio attended a confusion in one of his works, the victim pulled a gun to run it and this water came out. According to Ms. Francisca he had shovel quito, and nothing could kill him. Sure it until the day of his death was never ascertained how it happened, because even at that time there was no autopsy. "We were there on the farm in the Holy Spirit, I and my children, and when we returned home we found him already dead." He added.

Regarding the banditry, she has bad memories. She did not live in it, witnessed several more evil, example. Lampião "It was worse than Antônio Silvino, he killed more, tortured and even children, he played small children upwards and 'trimmed' with the dagger. Who would speak ill of him, did not live long, he was terrible, and not righteous, no not only helped his companions, he forced all residents to give food to them. Anthony already helped many residents, even my aunt. One day one of his bandits, was by name, forced her to sleep with him. And when Antônio Silvino knew it made ​​a trap killed him. Remarks: 1. Name your Anízio war: Jararaca 2. 70 years married; 3. Her grandmother had 20 children; 4. They fought many he beat her and she revile in return. He drank; 5. She lives with a son and his wife: Lamb Severino de Brito. Lamb of Luciana Brito; 6. There were 7 children 4 men and 3 women she is the second daughter; 7. His mother died at 116 (base thirty years now) 8. His father died at 42 years because she was not accustomed to Paraíba; 9. Antônio Silvino died of disease; 10. Food she ever ate: Peba, Tatu. Chameleon, Preá, Ribaçã (bird), Maniçoba thing to kill ox was washed in water to 9 missing some washed died drunk, mucunam .. water also washed in 9 ... to make couscous and bread, yam bush a type of fruit, chic chic, Macambira the root of macambira, Ounce (she was only with brave woman); 11. Evangelical her; 12. He to the evangelical church with a revolver, a weapon; 13. Another 200 grandchildren, great grandchildren escancha 5 generations grandchildren; 14. She walked with Father Cicero family. He walked singing ... She was about 14, 15. 15 children have created. 16 grandchildren and five brothers already married to her husband bandit; 16. Work at Cana and straw in the fields.


Jul 26 2011
http://noticias.r7.com/videos/no-dia-da ... 2c333.html

On the day of her grandmother Dona Chiquinha know,
that exudes vitality to 109 years

The Paraiba had 20 children, was born in 1901 and it's great-grandmother. Even with age, Francisca Maria, or Chiquinha owner, takes care of the house and shows plenty of vitality! See the video.





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Female - Adelina Fernandes (1901/02) of Marau, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


Jun 08 2011
http://www.redesul.am.br/Noticias/Geral ... des/79663/

Series A Century of Life: Adelina Fernandes

Adelina's daughter Therese (Photo: ALJacomini)
Continuing the Series A Century of Life, which portrays people with more than one hundred years, residing in Marau, from data published by IBGE and harvested with the listeners of Radio Alvorada, the story today is with Grandma Adelina Fernandes which is 109 years. Plateau neighborhood resident, she lives with her ​​daughter Therese, who came with great affection. With verve, Dona Adelina teamed with Radio Alvorada with joy. Gentil said he was born in 46 years and is in town marauense. Playful, she said that as a young man loved to dance. Commented also that perceives differences among adolescents of yesteryear and today. Farm workers, also left longing, according to testimony of Mrs. Adelina, who may be accompanied, in full at the link below.







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Female - Marcolina Maria de Oliveira (1901/02) of Parnaíba, Piauí, Brazil


Mar 08 2010
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJS1Q8-HUVU

108 YEARS OF WOMEN



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Male - José Joaquim Pereira (Jan 04 1902) of Barreiras, Bahia, Brazil
(Birthplace: Serra Dourada, Bahia, Brazil)


Jan 04 2012
http://www.barreirasnoticias.com/2012/0 ... -anos.html

Barriers resident completes 110 years and is considered one of the world's oldest.

Mr. Jose Joaquim Pereira, nicknamed José Mesquita, one of the older men of the world, full on Wednesday (04), its 110th anniversary. He lives with his granddaughter, merchant Marlene Pereira da Costa in the district address of the Moon in barriers, which took him from the death of his wife, Mrs. Maria Severa da Costa, who died 25 years ago. He was born in Sierra Golden-Ba, in 1902, but migrated to the city of Cotegipe in 1941, where he lived for 40 years. At this time, even experienced moments of savagery and frowns of the politicians who used violence in the dispute of power and plots of land in the region. The times he described as "Colonel." He moved to Barry in 1973, on invitation of an in-law, businessman John Herman. At first decided to live in San Pedro neighborhood, perimeter then popularly known by Rego. José Mesquita is a man of humble origin, it created 11 children exercising the profession of carpenter. According to him, failed to educate them for lack of conditions, but took care to everyone with dignity. The elderly are still lucid, but I lost count of the number of grandchildren, great grandchildren and great grandchildren, who are part of their offspring. When asked about the reason to have a long and healthy life, said he always saved his temper and eliminated some vices. Consumed alcohol and cigarettes during sixteen years of its existence even becomes a member of the religious denomination Christian Congregation of Brazil. He emphasized that never committed any act that would discredit his conduct or any person could be so good friendships and live without any hassles. Marlene said outside the hearing and vision, his grandfather is in good physical and mental health, and you may live many years. It depends on a wheelchair to get around, because it broke both legs when he fell at home, but have healed. "We can not neglect, because sometimes it can lie in bed without help from anyone," said Marlene. The birthday will be honored for 110 years, with the completion of a cult of his church and celebration of family and friends at home Marlene.





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Female - Teodora Silva (Jan 06 1902) of Santa Inês, Maranhão, Brazil
Birthplace: Penalva, Maranhão, Brazil


Jan 07 2012
http://www.agorasantaines.com.br/notici ... ontem/2364

A resident of St. Agnes completed 110 years ago yesterday

Teodora Silva, completed 110 years
Dona Teodora Silva, completed yesterday, Friday 6 days, 110 years of life. The date was celebrated alongside children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great grandchildren. Dona Theodora is perhaps the oldest woman in the region. Natural Penalva, MA, came to St. Agnes in 1922 with 20 years of age. 6 had six children, 30 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
The reporting team of NOW was present at the birthday party of Mrs. Theodora that her family organized. Due to old age, Dona Teodora did not move around more, however, is still lucid and sharp visibility and hearing. She told us a bit of time in which he lived and worked as a farmer bankruptcies of coconut and midwife. Catholic, Mrs. Theodora does not sleep before praying. NOW prepares a special report on the life of the elderly resident of St. Agnes, whose details will be on the Saturday edition.


Apr 15 2011
http://alphacomunicacaoevisual.blogspot.co...centenaria.html

LADY ONE HUNDRED

Teodora Silva, penalvense born on 06.01.1902, married to Raimundo Nonato Conceicao Fernandes, mother of three children.
In 1922 he moved to Pindaré-Mirim - MA., currently resides in Santa Ines Street 1. May, 372 Center, is the granddaughter and daughter of healer / midwife, good, she said.
said with certainty that has surpassed the five thousand benzeduras between people and animals and the heights of the one hundred and nine years she speaks calmly, but affirmatively benzeduras and prayers that was a gift that God gave him and was used exclusively by it to do good.
Aldenora (midwife) was a person much admired Theodora. Do you seek to know the Rio de Janeiro. Blue is your favorite color. He hates falsehood and says open to friendships.
A dream of this good old woman century , was to be president of Brazil, at least for one day, his first act, perhaps the only, end unemployment. She knows she will not get the presidency, unless prevented by alfbetizada (His biggest dream.)
Comparing today's generation with Theodora, we can say that it is privileged, a quiet person centennial, many will not reach half a century.
For these and other Theodora advised that the younger generation: the exercise of good practice, the true love. Old friend, old friend .* I'm friends with a "girl" Your life is an example of solidarity their services available to all His gift is a gift she is bright she is and the people she is blessed and blesses She is an angel among us It restores health and many now She's centennial She is Theodora * When did this poem she was completing 100 years. (From the book Santa Ines 40 Years)







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Female - Erundina Maria Da Conceição (Jan 20 1902) of Brejo Santo, Ceará, Brazil


Jan 23 2012
http://www.brazildispatch.com/2012/01/d ... years.html

Dona Senhorinha Celebrates 110 Years
FORTALEZA, Ceara – Maria da Conceicao Erundina celebrated her 110th birthday on Friday, in Brejo Santo, in southern Ceara. Known amongst friends as Dona Senhorinha, she is keen to show her birth certificate, filed on 22 January 1902.

Dona Senhorinha Celebrates 110 Years (Photo: TV Verdes/Mares Cariri/G1 CE)

Celebrating with cake and soda, and in the presence of family, she received a visit from a doctor with the federal health service who attested to her excellent health. “She doesn't use any daily medication. We can only observe the state of her health and her nutrition on a regular basis, ”Gislayne Gomes, MD, told G1 Network. “In short, she is in an excellent state of health for her age, she is in perfect health,” the doctor said.

At 110 years old, the retired farmer, who suffers a bit, has difficulties surviving on her retirement income, which supports her whole family. “I worked hard on the farm, after I got married. My husband died and I raised eight children alone,” she says.

Currently, only her youngest son, Antonio Nicolau, lives with her. He is unemployed but does odd jobs to augment the family income. “Just about all we have is her pension, and it is hard to live alone with her,” said the son. “We can barely pay the rent, let alone electricity and water. Not even a penny left to buy medicine,” added Maria.


Jan 21 2012
http://g1.globo.com/videos/ceara/t/todo ... a/1778100/

Elderly completes 110 years in Ceará









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Female - Maria de Lourdes Nogueira Lima (Feb 1902 - Jul 07 2010) of Pedro II, Piauí, Brazil


Jul 13 2010
http://180graus.com/pedro-ii/missa-de-s ... 44305.html

Mass of the seventh day of family matriarch Nogueira

The mass of the seventh day of the death of Maria de Lourdes Nogueira Lima, Maria Dilousa, who died last July 7, aged 108, was held today, Tuesday (13), in the parish church of Our Lady. Many relatives and friends attended the religious rite. Dona Maria was the widow of Mr Dilousa Manoel Nogueira Lima, with whom he had ten children, among them the late former Mayor Manuel Nogueira Filho. See the picture, other sons of the late couple, a moment of celebration when the matriarch of the family was still alive.


Jul 07 2010
http://www.matoesfm.com.br/portal/index ... ia&id=3534

Pedro II loses Dona Maria de Lima Nogueira Loudes
Died on Wednesday (7), the family matriarch Nogueira.
By Beto Barros

The municipality of Pedro II lost, on Wednesday (7), Maria de Lourdes Nogueira Lima, wife of the late Mr Manoel Nogueira Lima. Dona Maria Dilousa as he was popularly known, died at 108 years from complications arising from old age. She was shrouded and buried later on Wednesday.

When the radio reported the death note to friends and family members still did not know ran into the Big House, for more news. The Mansion is at the center of town, and is the site that housed the family for many decades.

This morning there was a transfer the body of Teresina to Pedro II, who arrived in town around 14 hours. Soon she began to wake, followed by a funeral mass. Many tears and sadness marked the afternoon and evening of this day will be marked in the minds of many who admired her.

In the intervals of the funeral, friends and family told stories and passages in the life of the family matriarch Nogueira.

"She was a warrior woman and very dedicated to the children and husband. She was jealous of her children and husband (in a good sense of the word). She was so dedicated that, besides the ten biological children, created three more with love "said his Ernesto Braga, brother of the deceased.

Maria de Lourdes nesc in February 1902 and married in 1919 at age 17. She was mother of the late former Mayor Manuel Nogueira Filho, a former state representative Achilles Nogueira and federal representatives Ciro Nogueira and Nogueira Aethelwald. She left 32 grandchildren and more than 60 great-grandchildren, and a legacy of struggle and perseverance.

The burial took place on the evening of Wednesday (7) in the Central Cemetery, alongside other units of the deceased family.




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Male - Antônio Manoel de Brito (Feb 02 1902) of Porangatu, Goiás, Brazil
(Birthplace: Carolina, Maranhão, Brazil)


Feb 02 2012
http://www.agenciaalvo.com.br/noticias.php?id=3492

MAN PORANGATU CELEBRATES 110 YEARS

In Porangatu was celebrated yesterday at the Home for the Aged, the birthday of the man who may be the oldest person in the country and the world. The former farmer Manoel Antonio de Brito, 110 years, is officially the oldest man in Porangatu and may be the older man with Goias and Brazil. Born on 1 February 1902, the city of North Carolina (MA), he came to the Midwest in search of better living conditions. So far there is no family information, spouse or children of the elderly, who lives 17 years ago at Home of Elderly Porangatu.


Feb 01 2012
http://opopular.com.br/cmlink/o-popular ... s-1.119681

Oldest man celebrates 110 years of Porangatu

Manoel Antonio de Brito, celebrated 110 years and is the oldest man in Porangatu
The oldest man in Porangatu commemorated on Wednesday (1), Home for the Aged, another anniversary. The former farmer Manoel Antonio de Brito, 110, was born on 1 February 1902, the city of North Carolina, Maranhão, Antonio came to the Midwest in search of better living conditions. So far there is no family information, spouse or children of the elderly, who lives 17 years ago at Home of Elderly Porangatu.

According to the coordinator of the institution, Geralda Aparecida de Moura, the birthday person is a participatory and humorous. With over one hundred years old he does not see well and walks with difficulty, we need help in certain tasks, memory and clarity often fail, but the quality of health Grandpa is giving the envy of many young people. It has heart problems or diabetes.


Feb 2011
http://www.jornaldiariodonorte.com.br/s ... p?cod=6096

Little voice, 109 years, and very available
What's the secret to living long? Ask Antonio Manoel
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With more available and lucidity, as compared to the last two years, the anniversary of Manoel Antonio Brito received friends, local authorities and public servants in the Home for the Elderly Porangatu, where he held his birthday party on Wednesday (2). The little voice, as he is affectionately called, has completed 109 years of life and is considered the resident over the age of Porangatu and possibly the state of Goiás little voice is a native of North Carolina, Maranhão and lives in the Home for the Elderly, maintained by the city for over 16 years. The unit houses over nine elders and officials.
The festival was attended by the President of the Board of Aldermen of Porangatu, Dirce Maria; Tunico of Aldermen of the ambulance and Odair Amorim, the Secretaries of Social Welfare, Health and Communications, respectively, Angelo Marcos, Ronaldo Pereira and Osvaldo Passion, representatives of entities and public officials. The song "Asa Branca", composed by Humberto Teixeira in partnership with Luiz Gonzaga is the favorite song of the elder and was sung by the group accompanied the singer Junior Gois. Little voice said in 2011 what he wants most is love and affection from people. As for his birthday in 2012 said he wants a heifer to have a barbecue.
The centenarian was born on February 2, 1902 in Carolina (MA), and in recent years, before moving to the Home for the Elderly at Porangatu, lived in a time Azinópolis (intersection of San Miguel). Who knows if the story of little voice asked what the reason for his longevity. He even explains that there is a secret and had a life of parties and adventures. The only health problem that little voice has been acquired over time high blood pressure. The elderly like to eat egg and crumbs are washed down their meals with pepper. He also likes to drink and smoke a cigarette of straw per day. Officials and residents of Home for the Elderly define it as a communicative and loving person. Excited little voice tells you're willing and waiting for the carnival of the elderly.


Feb 09 2010
http://www.porangatu.go.gov.br/noticias.php?dados=622

The man who has 108 years

A lunch, cake decorating, party, live music and many guests, marked the anniversary of 108 years of Antônio Manoel de Brito, the popular Vozinho. The party was held on Tuesday (2) in the home for the elderly of Porangatu. The guest of the site is also one of the first arrived there, where he lives for over 11 years. The former first lady Glaúcia de Mello, the Secretary of the Social assistance system (SAS), Cícera Evangelist, project coordinator of the Third Age, Antonia's Birth, and the Prfefeito Municipal José Osvaldo da Silva among others, made a point to attend at lunchtime to congratulate Vozinho. How is passionate about perfumes, Antonio won this four bottles and two deodorants, t-shirt, handkerchief and door-portrait.
The centenary was born on February 2, 1902 in Carolina (MA) and, in recent years, before moving to the home of Elderly, Porangatu, lived a while in Azinópolis (trunking of San Miguel). Vozinho was found by Glaúcia in 1,999, when her husband, today Mr Julius of Grinding, was Mayor of Porangatu. "We knew of Vozinho via a link, where the person reported that a gentleman was abandoned, and streets. So we better take him home. Unable to find anyone in the family, or acquaintances. But we had information that he had passed by another Home that exists here in the city and who had fled there. " Glaúcia reported also that through d.a. succeeded Antonio documentation.
FESTEIRO AND GALANTEADOR
Nowadays Vozinho is a man of few words. To get an interview with the elderly were needed some explanation and some patience. According to the Coordinator of the Home for the elderly, Doraci Maria da Costa, who works at home for more than five years, Vozinho usually is lucid, but sometimes shows lost. Your daily habits himself who determines. "He is like a child. Has a very good health, apart from a pain in the column. Usually wake up early, but usually sits inside the room, where takes the coffee and leaves around lunchtime. After walking through the garden and enjoys watching television, especially when you have women dancing, "smiled Doraci, receiving an affirmative nod Vozinho.
Vozinho's preferred food is meat or egg farofa. The drink is refrigerant. Their dishes are drizzled with plenty of pepper and he smokes a cigarette litter per day Doraci said he has heard many stories told by him. Stories that are usually related to partying and dating. Until today the centenary shows very festeiro because when you are warned of any party, Vozinho is the first to put away. It stated that now that his birthday party, is anxiously Carnival of older persons. In addition festeiro, Vozinho is also known as "namorador". He claimed to have married four times and said to have had many girlfriends and children. Between a conversation and another, Vozinho freed the question: "would you be my girlfriend?"
When approached about families, the elderly if cala. After some urging is thoughtful and finally declares that he is not aware that still has some relatives live and also did not know any grandchild. On the ring finger of his left hand still guard the Alliance which he says will be the last marriage. The name of his last wife was Deolinda. As for relationships, Vozinho States that want to get a girlfriend and stated that it intends to live for over 100 years. During the interview Vozinho asked the Coordinator by some people that are catwalk Doraci home. Farewell Vozinho made a request. "Don't forget me not".











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Female - Mercina Maria dos Santos (Feb 14 1902) of Itabuna, Bahia, Brazil


Feb 16 2012
http://www.portalmaisbahia.net/destaque ... -110-anos/

Itabuna: Lucid, elderly celebrates anniversary of 110 years
A resident of the city, Maria completed Mercina birthday on Tuesday. She has 60 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren, and great grandchildren.

Mercina Dona Maria dos Santos, 110 years

A retired celebrated on Tuesday (14) 110 years of life in southern Bahia. Mercina Dona Maria dos Santos was born at the time the city of Itabuna, one of the largest cities in the region, was still a district of Ilheus. Lucid, owner mercina remembers many stories, including youth.

"What I did was just work. Working in the garden, planting beans, corn and rice planting to raise children, "says the retired. Owner Mercina grown on the farm and married the first and only boyfriend. Of the thirteen children, only six are alive. Rosemira, 65, is who takes care of the mother. "Her health is good. Do not feel nothing, eats very well. No pain in any corner, "he says. The only remedy that the elderly consume is designed to control pressure.

More than 60 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren, and great grandchildren. "She always looked after me," says one of his grandchildren, Joilson Martins. Until last year, owner Mercina had an active life. Doing laundry, dish, helped in the home services. After he lost his sight, because of a cataract, is part of the time on the porch, chatting with relatives and neighbors. "We laugh. It is very proud to have one person 110 years, "says the friend Doralice Ribeiro.


Feb 15 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEDPLm7bAxM

Itabuna resident celebrates 110 years







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Male - Manoel Ramos (Mar 1902 - Jan 18 2012) of Cristópolis, Bahia, Brazil
Birthplace: Remédios, Bahia, Brazil


Jan 21 2012
http://oeste10.com/site/index.php?optio ... &Itemid=57

Dies at 109 years the oldest man in the region
Written by Joe Son
Saturday, January 21, 2012 13:40


He died on Wednesday (January 18) Mr. Manuel Ramos. Born in Remedios, a town in the region of Lavras, he resided since age 11, the area was later created the city of Cristópolis.

Mr. Manuel, arrived in the region accompanied by their parents and siblings on 18 June 1913. After some time working for the boss of that time, Antonio Aurora, the family purchased land in the Cedar Forest, where he settled.

In March this year (2012) Manoel would complete 110 years. During the funeral the population of Cristópolis attended the Ramos family home in Forest Village Cedar, to pay homage to one of the most worthy men and workers of this land. In more than a century of journeys, Mr. Manuel leaves a large family, which has good examples of those who lived so long and not even leave a stain on its history.

Text of Joe Son, with information from the book "Cristópolis, Land of many stories," by Maria Lucia. The Oeste10.com thanks the author for allowing the use of information.





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Female - Raquel Silveira Rocha (Mar 01 1902) of Uruguaiana, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


Jun 13 2011
http://wp.clicrbs.com.br/uruguaiana/201 ... -109-anos/

Uruguaianense is dream come true after 109 years
Vanessa Backes, RBS TV Uruguaiana

For more than three months the paper lunch lady told the story of Rachel. A grandmother of Uruguaiana 109 years that has not had a bath at home. On the birthday, she made a request to the Official Lunch, which was to win a bathroom to be able to take hot bath.

After the story, Grandma had her 109-year dream come true, and won the city hall, a bathroom and new kitchen. In addition to the constructions made by the city, she won more. A Santa Cruz company donated a double bed, two singles and also new sofas.

_Assim That the company saw the material offered to help and hopes that the owner is very feliz_ Raquel said the developer of sales, James Severus Polmann

Neighbors helped mistress Rachel, are now happy with the aids that Grandma received.

_Fico Very pleased by the lady Rachel, she is actually a lady precisa_ said the housewife Daniele da Silva Moraes.

_Toda The neighborhood loves Rachel and the mistress that we are very happy that she won all those presentes_ said the neighbor, Márcio de Oliveira Marques.

_Agradeço To everyone who helped me, thank you, that God bless all mundo_ said Miss Rachel.

Dona Raquel, have eight children and lives in a house donated by the city on the outskirts of Uruguaiana. She has a broken leg, where doctors operated, and this prevents it from getting out of bed. Despite having a large family, is one who cares for her granddaughter.


Mar 02 2011
http://wp.clicrbs.com.br/uruguaiana/201 ... -109-anos/

Dona Raquel, a 109-year uruguaianense
Tiago Guedes, RBS TV Uruguaiana

The Journal of lunch today showed the story of Mrs. Raquel Rocha Silveira, who turned 109 yesterday and filed a different and very special.

It was the call from neighbors that the production of the Journal of the lunch lady was aware of this century. Owner Rachel lives in a house donated by the city on the outskirts of Uruguaiana. She had surgery on his leg and has spent the last days bedridden. Although a large family, is one who cares for her granddaughter.

Raquel Rocha Silveira has eight children - "I can not tell grandchildren, great grandchildren and great grandchildren" - said Miss Rachel in the interview. To the surprise of the production, on the day of recording was Dona Raquel birthday.

This she was asked to take a hot shower bathroom.







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Female - Romana Francisca de Sousa (Mar 01 1902) of Piçarra, Pará, Brazil
Birthplace: Buritizinho, Mato Grosso, Brazil


Jun 10 2012
http://www.elesbaonews.com/95470-centen ... 3%A7a.html

Centennial: Woman lives 110 years in Elesbão Veloso. Meet!

Dona Francisca Romana de Sousa resides at St. Anthony Street, in Piçarra. Popular Panel reached the elderly through information passed along by a neighbor of her. Born in Buritizinho, the Chapada Grande, rural Várzea the Great 01/03/1902, Dona Romana now lives in Elesbão Veloso since the 50s.

Daughter Bernardino Pereira da Silva and Francisca Josefa de Sousa, she says she was married to Mr. John Holland Cavalcante (in memory) had children with him, but they have died, still children. Owner lives in the residence of the Roman nephew 'Nego Old' and owner Graciosa. Hear interview!





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Female - Martinha Alves dos Santos (Mar 03 1902) of Montes Claros, Minas Gerais, Brazil
(Birthplace: Montes Claros, Minas Gerais, Brazil)


Mar 23 2011
http://www.onorte.net/noticias.php?id=32475

Montes-Clarens exudes vitality for 109 years: With 17 grandchildren, neighborhood resident Delfino live healthy routine and teaches the secret of longevity

23/03/2011 - 09h47m
Samuel Ng
Reporter

Vitality, mood and sense of humor. These are attributes that fit perfectly into the retired Martinha Alves dos Santos, who was born in a rural community on the banks of Green river, in Montes Claros, on March 3, 1902. Delfino Magallanes neighborhood resident, she received on the afternoon of Monday, the story of the North, when reminded of childhood and stated that the 109 years of life is a gift from God. One of the secrets of longevity, second it is a meal three times a day, sleep and wake up to 19h at 6 am.

Martinha Alves dos Santos - My vision is so good that I do not need glasses to put a needle

Widow, Martinha has three children, two men and a woman, 17 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren, all born in Montes Claros. Remember the existence of a brother who is 104 years old and residing in the rural community of High Hill.

Demonstrating an impressive lucidity Martinha Alves dos Santos says he gets recall some historical facts as the first and second World War, she accompanied him on the radio, seen then as the television in modern times. It also states that worked hard on the farm throughout his childhood to help her family, she actually says to miss.

- It is a time that does not return. But I am a very happy person. Thank God, I feel a headache, do not take medicine, except for rheumatism. At most, I am a person with good health - she emphasizes.

Martinha remember that even with the 109 years it has also given an excellent view of his age. In his spare time, one of the activities you most like to do is sew and make their own clothes.

- My vision is so good that I do not need glasses to put a needle - account.

TRAVEL

Martinha Alves dos Santos also said she enjoys traveling, having gone several times to the city of Bom Jesus da Lapa, Bahia. His daughter, Maria José Ribeiro Santos, 63, retired, says that 109 years of age his mother would not prevent or discourage helping her with household chores. Notes that her mother would help clean house, wash dishes and clothes and has the knack of making delicious food without brining them.

- My mother is a blessing in my life. I always say I'm an insider, since it is rare for a child having a mother alive with 109 years of life and health - celebrates.

Mary adds that her mother likes to listen to AM radio and watching television, being the favorite programs are the soap operas and news programs. Ribeiro Maria José Santos says it is already preparing for the family matriarch's birthday party 110 years in March 3, 2012. It further notes that the mother's favorite dish is porridge with okra, and that traditional coffee is also part of your daily menu.

- Everyone is impressed with the age of my mother and vitality. God willing, she will live long. If it depends on the family, we will continue caring for her with all my love you deserve everything good in life - he concludes.



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Female - Margarida Rodrigues de Andrade (Mar 07 1902) of Jaraguá, Goiás, Brazil
Birthplace: Jaraguá, Goias, Brazil


Mar 24 2012
http://www.jaragua.go.gov.br/webportal/ ... &Itemid=15

Citizens older than 110 years Jaraguá complete

Dona Margarida Rodrigues citizen older than 110 years in Jaragua completed month of March

Jaragua this month of March is celebrating the 110th anniversary of the older citizen. Born on March 7, 1902, the city of Jaragua Fazendinha, Margarida Rodrigues de Andrade, daughter of Joaquim Rodrigues de Andrade and Dona Luiza Tavares Benedicta, the fourth of the total of eleven children, grew up in this same farm.

On February 7, 1929 at age 27 he contracted marriage with his relative, a cousin in high school, Manoel de Oliveira Gonçalves, this natural Jaragua. Along with his brothers, Sebastian Goncalves de Oliveira, Justina G. de Oliveira, Maria G. Francisco de Oliveira and G. de Oliveira bought a large amount of land on the edge of the Rio do Peixe, Justina was married to Arthur Feliciano da Silva, where part of his property led to the village of Artulândia the banks of the GO-080 between the cities of Jaragua and Goianésia.

Manuel and Margaret, the newlyweds moved into the ranch built on the farm which he purchased. This property they had six children, two died very young, that Johnny had died seven days after birth due to disease and wildfire Teodoro who died at age 15 bad epilepsy. After 35 years of marriage on October 19, 1963 Manoel de Oliveira Gonçalves died of lung failure, already residing in the District of Artulândia, leaving a widow at 61 years, Margaret has to ensure the farm where he lived alone. "I only ever did was cut with an ax" she says pointing out that had the most diverse services.

Over the years, and the physical toll was forced to leave the house in the yard, and took up residence in another house near his Assembly of God. Today the care of his daughter Inhoveli Goncalves de Oliveira, a native of Goiás is Jaragua, is celebrating along with the rest of his family 110 years of his mother. Miss Daisy has six children (three living, the youngest aged 70), twenty nine grandchildren, fifty-five great-grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren. Today despite the hearing loss due to advanced age thus hindering their communication remains grossly joy and sympathy to all who know her. Next Saturday (24/03), will celebrate its 110 years in the District of Artulândia with a big party at the Community Center Artulândia.

Dona Margarida Rodrigues citizen older than 110 years in Jaragua, in photo with her late husband







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Male - Antonio Paulino José Rodrigues (Mar 11 1902) of Porto, Piauí, Brazil
(Birthplace: Feitoria, Maranhão, Brazil)


Jan 28 2013
http://www.baixoparnaiba.com/2013/porto ... -anos.html

PORTO: Older man Piaui will complete 111 years

Mr. José Antonio Paulino Rodrigues, Born in the town Feitoria, rural Luzilândia, but who resides in Port for over six decades, is considered the man older Piauí, and the same will celebrate on March 11, 111 years.

He is a widower, a father of seven children and is one of the oldest residents of New Street Neighborhood. During an interview with this blogger (Orlando Paiva), reported in detail passages of his childhood in the town Feitoria. He was born and lived in a house at the time of slavery and his father worked as a cowboy. He recalled that when he arrived in Porto, there were only two streets in the city and the Parnaíba river was used to transport the products leaving and arriving in town.

At the time there were large farms in the county and beyond to work with farmers, also practiced as a cowboy for many years. The Church, according to his memories, had no architectural form it has today. It was a simple building, which then went through a big change to get to the current style.

Mr. Antonio Paulino is to be congratulated for 110 years of life and especially for being the living history of the Earth Marruás.


Apr 17 2012
http://www.meionorte.com/porto/homem-ma ... 05560.html

Older man completes 110 years of Piaui

AWARE: Piauiense complete 110 years old

Considered one of the older men of Piaui, Mr. José Antonio Paulino Rodrigues, born in the town Feitoria, rural Luzilândia, but who resides in Port for over six decades, celebrated with family and friends 110 years of life in March . He was born in the last century on March 11, 1902.

He is a widower, a father of seven children and is one of the oldest residents of New Street Neighborhood. During an interview with this blogger (Orlando Paiva), reported in detail passages of his childhood in the town Feitoria. He was born and lived in a house at the time of slavery and his father worked as a cowboy. He recalled that when he arrived in Porto, there were only two streets in the city and the Parnaíba river was used to transport the products leaving and arriving in town.

At the time there were large farms in the county and beyond to work with farmers, also practiced as a cowboy for many years. The Church, according to their memories , had no architectural form it has today. It was a simple building, which then went through a big change to get to the current style.

Mr. Antonio Paulino is to be congratulated for 110 years of life and especially for being the living history of the Earth Marruás.


Sep 21 2011
http://180graus.com/porto/em-porto-resi ... 58833.html

In Porto lies a man considerably older than 109 years to Piaui

Considered one of the older men of Piaui, Mr. Jose Antonio Paulino Rodriguez, born March 11, 1902, now 109 years still exudes joie de vivre and prepares to celebrate his birthday 110 years.

Mr. Antonio Paulino, says he has seen it all in this life, such as the enslavement of blacks to farm colonels of the time. She still remembers when it was still the city of Porto and was working as a cowboy of the late Raymond Bacelar, father of current Mayor of Porto, Bacelar. It's amazing life story of Antonio Paulino.


Mar 15 2011
http://www.meionorte.com/porto/conscien ... 57732.html

AWARE: Piauiense full 109 years old

Considered one of the men older than Piaui, Mr. Paulino Antonio Jose Rodrigues, born in the town Feitoria rural Luzilândia but resides in Port for more than six decades, with family and friends celebrated 109 years of life. He was born in the last century on March 11, 1902.
He is a widower, a father of seven children and is one of the oldest residents of New Street Neighborhood. During an interview with this blogger (Orlando Paiva), reported in detail passages of his childhood in the village trading post. He was born and lived in ahome the era of slavery and his father worked as a cowboy.

He recalled that when he arrived in Porto, there were only two streets in the city and the river Parnaíba was used to transport the products leaving and arriving in town. At the time there were large farms in the county and beyond to work with farmers also practiced as a cowboy for many years. The Church, according to his recollections, had no architectural form it has today. It was a simple construction, which then underwent a major change to reach the current style.

Mr. Antonio Paulino is congratulated by 109 years of life and especially for being the living history of the Earth Marruá. A biography of him going in this book is "Port of Marruá: The history of our people," by this blogger to be released on the anniversary of the city in June.










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Male - Sebastião Batista dos Santos (Mar 15 1902) of Coronel Vivida, Paraná, Brazil


Mar 15 2012
http://www.radiovozdosudoeste.com.br/20 ... ticia=5923

Sebastião Batista dos Santos, 110 years ago today.

The Story of radio Voice visited Mr. Sebastião Batista dos Santos that erases this Thursday 3/15/2012, 110 candles. Their Sebastian who was born in 3/15/1902, told us that remember well how many years have you Lived, but resides in Colonel passes away from (50) years. Father of nine (9) children four (4) Men and four (4) women alive and a woman already dead. A resident of the neighborhood of San Jose, Sebastião still with much health account in verses of happiness have twenty four (24) grandchildren and three great-grandchildren living (03) in complete harmony. Married Edeliria de Oliveira, deceased France to 83 years.

It is common to see Vividense Community streets of Coronel Vivida your Sebastian with a hoe in the back going or coming from the legwork.

Son of Manoel Batista dos Santos and dona Eugenia Maria de Jesus reported it that came from the city of Palmas to Coronel Vivida. To terminate your Sebastian made a fashion of viola, truly a family of musicians and for the happiness of the birthday boy and family dear granddaughter Verediane also aniversaria on the same day. Verediane 18 years today complete Radio Voice gave the family and want to best wishes.


Mar 09 2012
http://www.portalrvp.com.br/site/destaq ... -de-marco/

Vividense complete 110 years March 15
on Friday, March 9, 2012
Our team faced the street with a Lord appearing to be very old. Talking to Mr. Sebastião Batista dos Santos, he told us he will be completing 110 years, on March 15. Father of nine children, and has been great-grandfather, Sebastian is still working his weeding lots in the city. Bastion, as is known, said that the elderly do not remember exactly where he was born, possibly in Mangalore, just know that your documents have been made in Palmas. The wife of his Sebastian died just over two years, with 83 years of age. Interviewed by our team, Sebastian has proven to be a citizen still strong, happy and very humorous.









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Female - Brasilina Maria de Sejus (Mar 18 1902) of Independência, Ceará, Brazil


Aug 28 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0oqgh7kEjo

Brasilina Maria de Sejus

This video was recorded on March 18, 2011 she completed 109 years





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Female - Maria Balbina Régis Alexandre (Mar 29 1902 - Oct 20 2012) of Tijucas, Santa Catarina, Brazil
(Alternate Birth Date: Mar 29 1901)


Oct 21 2012
http://www.vipsocial.com.br/?pg=noticia ... s+de+idade

Older woman dies of Tijucas to 110 years old

Maria Baldina Régis Alexandre, 110 years, considered the oldest person Tijucas, died on Saturday afternoon (20) in the neighborhood Santa Luzia, where he lived with his family. The Honorata granddaughter Maria Cardoso, 49, says he took her hand and tried to revive her with mouth-to-mouth and chest massage, but all tactics were unsuccessful. Dona Balbina, as she was known, died a natural death due to age.

Born on March 29, 1902, she lived all those years in the same place. His life was marked by many moments as the granddaughter Maria said. Among them, the first and second world war. Very affectionate and vain, she remembers the times when he devoted his time to cudados grandmother. "She was very attached to me, wanted me all the time holding her hand. I was very afraid of death, and only asked to die beside me. And that's what happened, "says thrilled to remember the last moments of the life of Balbina.

At work began at age nine, care of the elderly. After he married at 24, where he started in the garden, planting vegetables in to help her husband. With 50 years, centenarian was widowed and sent her suitors praying a rosary, promising that she would never marry again. For her husband only had a life.

The secret of his longevity was not revealed, but believes that the joy motivated rarity. Vain and very loving, received nearly 30 daily visits to his residence. Character of numerous reports, she made only one requirement for her granddaughter help her look good in the photo. Maria reports that among their requests was to keep the wooden gate built by her late husband, and still, to take care of your iron kettle, which has more than 200 years.

His health was popular in the eyes of enviable. Although not present any serious disease problem, only a blind, received weekly visits from doctors. Lucid, surprised by the ability to talk and even remember all their relatives, who are three sons, 16 grandchildren, 48 great grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Devout Catholic and the Santa Luzia and Our Lady Aparecida, Dona Balbina, kept the tradition of 18 hours daily accurate, pray a Hail Mary with family.

"Every birthday was a very large party. Even the mayor of Tijucas, Elmis Mannrich regularly sent fruit baskets and flower bouquet for her. The kids loved the PETI also gift her. Everybody loved my grandmother very "comments. Accustomed to her presence at home, says Mary did not know how his life is now, since lost a great companion. She points out that the room and want to keep all objects in place, as she left. "I'm very upset, she died holding my hand. Do not know how I'll do without her, I loved her so much, my children, husband, my family is very ill. She did not want to die now, "he concludes. The centennial will be veiled in his residence, located in the Santa Luzia General Road, next to the old Asylum. The funeral is scheduled for this Sunday 17h (21).


March 09 2012
http://www.jornalrazao.com/noticias/var ... iness-book

Dona Balbina about to go into the Guinness Book

The press Catarina is mobilized to try to find someone older than tijucana who turns 110 years

In 2009, the oldest woman in the world was Sakhan Dosova, born March 27, 1879, in Europe. Sadly passed away. On June 21, 2011 the international press reported the death of Maria Gomes Valentine, at the time the oldest woman in the world with 114 years.
In 2011 the Journal Ledger began a search to find out who was the oldest woman in Santa Catarina . The first barrier found to give a reliable result was the subject document. Formerly it was common for people to be registered years after birth. Consequently, not many people know the right age. Some families say categorically that the great-grandfather or great-grandmother has a certain age, but has no way to prove it. And the entities that work in these studies only accept the registration of old age on the basis of what is written on the birth certificate. Our investigation yielded an exchange of information with the Institute of Geriatrics and Geriontologia Los Angeles - USA, who came to us through of articles published in the portal www.jornalrazao.com . The researchers of this institute confirmed that the lack of documentation is really the big problem to confirm the age of those with more longevity. Even so, the institutes seeking to catalog the available data about who has more than a century, aiming to analyze the factors that most influence to achieve such advanced ages. Within a few weeks Alexandre Regis tijuquense Maria Balbina complete 110 years of life . And she has a birth certificate to show. Last year we discovered that there were two other Santa Catarina who had completed 110 years, however we can not contact the families of the same. Some sources ensured that the two are now deceased, but are not official information. The Dona Balbina doubts about whether it is the oldest Santa Catarina has led the Official Reason to call Catarinense various segments of society to collaborate in this research. We are maintaining contacts with the IBGE, the Judiciary, Civil Police, ADI - Association of Daily Interior, ACAERT - Santa Catarina Association of Radio and TV, ADJORI - Newspaper Association of Interior and with agencies of Geriatrics and Geriontologia of the whole green belly. Perhaps there are others with the same age, but should be minor. Independent Dona Balbina or not the older Santa Catarina, what matters is applaud her and celebrate the date as it is not anyone who gets that far. If you, surfer or reader of the Journal Ledger, knows someone who was born before March 29, 1902, please let us know. If all goes well, soon we may have a tijucana in the Guinness Book.


Sep 24 2011
http://flaviotin.wordpress.com/2011/09/ ... -100-anos/

Pictures of 100 years

Mr. Manuel Reis born Canelinha / SC, portrayed one day after a century of life. For the article about people with more than 100 years living in the Vale do Rio Tijucas.

Maria Balbina the 2nd woman over age in the state of Santa Catarina, with its 109 years, religious devotee of Santa Paulina, tells about life, family, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great grandchildren who just send you the invitation for graduation.


Mar 26 2011
http://www.jornalrazao.com/noticias/ger ... mais-idosa

Tijucas launches challenge: there is older or Brazilian catarinense?
26/03/2011 10:50
The journal Reason want to discover who are the "more-more" of Brazil in terms of longevity

Reaching 114 years old and still win the title of elder woman in the world is what did Besse Cooper, who lives in a House derepouso in Monroe, in the u.s. State of Georgia. According to the Gerontology research group from Los Angeles, she is currently the oldest person in the world.

The journal Reason tried during the week that was in contact with various associations of Gerontology and Geriatrics of Santa Catarina and Brazil with the purpose of finding out who are older people around here, however until the close of this edition were unable to return. Our goal is to say, policies on official data, in the municipality of Tijucas is one of the oldest people in the nation. However, until we these official information to ensure that satisfied in Santa Luzia older woman lives of Tijucas: Doña Balbina Maria Régis Alexander.

Beginning of a Story
At the end of the 19th century Santa Luzia was already a promising village. By ali went all the way to the Capital, using the old road built by slaves. It was there, at Rua da Tiririca, who was born on 19 May 1904 Pedro Ivo Alexander.
Pedro Ivo married a brusquense call Marcelina, and had two sons: Joseph and Mary. Marcelina became pregnant for the third time, now of twins. Were born two sons: Euclid and Elionay. One was born one day, the other the next day. Marcelina unfortunately died shortly after the second birth.

Some time after becoming a widower, Pedro Ivo remarry. The chosen was a Lady of Santa Luzia called Balbina, born on the 29th of March 1902. His parents were Frances Romana and José Eugênio Régis, and had 13irmãos: Felipe, Lydia, Manoel, Leopoldo, John, Raymond, Hermogenes, Victor, Estevam, Vital, Paulina, Silvina and Maria. For those who haven't done the math, next Tuesday as Doña Balbina will blast 109 candles.


The Husband of Doña Balbina
Pedro Ivo Alexander owned an extensive plot of land which if understood of Cyperus Rotundus – known point neighborhood Santa Luzia – so where is today the pottery Portobello. Raising cattle, pigs and poultry and farmed a different crops year-round. He was known throughout the city by wagon which featured rear painted their initials: PIA. Formerly the carts used plates were documented and their drivers had to possess boleeiro portfolio
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Tells the family that the late Pedro Ivo usually stopped his wagon at school Reunited Sibylla Halberbeck square – today Valerius Gomes – near the time of recreation to see Paul and Jony grandchildren, sons of Alexander and Alexander Eleonay Soraia. Often he served the grandchildren a good slice of watermelon or umalaranja that he himself farmed and sold. ' He cut or descascava fruit and with the tip of the machete was removing the seeds, then gave us only miolinho ' recorda Paulo Roberto Alexandre – Paulo of Nai.

In the late 1960s, in the company of his Balbina, Pedro Ivo Alexander traveled to Joinville, where he was visiting relatives. On Christmas day to family saboreava the afternoon coffee when Seo Pedro Ivo felt sick and died after suffering from stroke.
And so, aged 57, Doña Balbina was widowed. This is 51 years.
The grandson Paulo Alexandre Doña Balbina frequently visit

The Young Balbina
Maria Balbina Régis Alexander grew up working as all children of his time. Were difficult times of scarce resources to families with many children. Fun was only in the Church. Balbina account "at the time of the feast of Santa Luzia our mother sent us join, drying and orders coffee bean. After breakfast she took in selling pilado there near the River, negotiated a fabric to make a dress for us. The mother even sewed. Hence in the feast we laid a tamanquinho and the new dress, full cheeks ".

In his youth, Balbina attended the balls and Club Luziense domingueiras, but after he married his life work was just too much work. She says that was truly passionate husband who never spared no compliments. "The Ivo had no vices, not played, and neither smoked not drank, lived only for work and family," he recalls.

If the Pedro Ivo and Doña Balbina had three children: Marina, Idalina and Newton, who is deceased. Marina mora in Mato Grosso and Idalina resides in Joinville. Children of first marriage of Pedro, Maria died at the age of ten. José lived in

Tijucas until one day they decided to go to the Mato Grosso, where never returned. The twins Elionay and Euclid also are no longer among the living.
The death of the husband stirred much with Doña Balbina, who never stopped working. At 60 years came to fall from the top of a foot of coffee while picking up fruit and was injured seriously, but never went to the hospital. Not going to the doctor and take medicine.

Up to 105 years Balbina lived alone. At that time the granddaughter Maria, daughter of Nílton Alexander moved in with her, bringing an end to his days of solitude. Mary, granddaughter companion, deserves our applause!

The secrets of a long life
The older woman walks too little region, on the grounds of rheumatism. Wake up at 6 h or h in the morning and never goes to sleep after 9 pm. Not watching more TV because I believe that television teaches us what is good and what doesn't. And so goes live as God wants.

One of the things that always draws the attention of those who chat with Doña Balbina is the secret of his power. She, however, makes no mystery: does not eat bread, and neither egg, chicken, duck, duck, Turkey or any other Critter penalty. It doesn't take any kind of ice cream, but does not relieve a shot almost every day wine biscuits, crackers,. fruit, vegetables and legumes at will, without dismissing the meal mush and bananas fried at least five white ouaté even six times a week.

In childhood and adolescence Balbina arrived to catch the father for being too demanding to the Bureau. "It was customary to eat a lot of hunting, dirty foot chicken, bird and fish of all things type, but I didn't like that, not ate and was picking up," says, nothing nostalgic. Today she eats much meat cattle, loves a carninha pork and sometimes makes feijoada, from those with Charqui, bacon, fillet, bacon and vegetables. Sweet water fish or thinking. Sea mullet, corvina, and cigar. I ate a lot of bluefish, catfish, crab, shrimp and shellfish, but says that these fish and seafood lost the natural taste and today have very strange tastes.
It is important to note that even with the presence of Mary's granddaughter, Doña Balbina enjoys preparing meals – once in a while ...On the stove, of course, because gas stove ever entered his house!


Mar 29 2010
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Resident Tijucas full 109 years
The secret of longevity Régis Alexandre Maria Balbina may be in a balanced diet
Ana Maria Veiga

Dona Balbina sipping a glass of wine every day
Will run out of space on the cake of Dona Maria Balbina Régis Alexandre for so little candle. Today it celebrates 109 years full of lucidity and miss. From his childhood and youth, Balbina not forget any detail. Guard the good and bad memories of the more than 39,000 days of life. The recipe for longevity Balbina attaches to good food, but ensures that not many secrets.
Balbina was born in 1901, the year of creation of the Merchant Shipping Tijucas. Memories of a girl, one of the most marked was the grip that he and 13 other brothers went to fetch water for drinking. "It had to be in the pit. We tied a bucket in the wire and then pulled up on top, "he says. Also remember, with sadness in his eyes, the work on the farm and the beatings he earned from his father. "But my mother never touched a finger at me," he boasts. Read the full story in the print edition of the News of the Day on Tuesday.











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