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 Last surviving person of the 1800's, You decide
plyjacks
  Posted: Mar 13 2008, 10:55 AM


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I know it's a bit early to think this but who do you think will be the the last person of the 1800's? I guess it will be Tomoji Tanabe. Who do you guys think?
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Felix
Posted: Mar 13 2008, 03:38 PM


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I do not think it will be someone of the people, currently listed on GRG-list. You must remember, that a person born in 1899 (of course a member of the group of the 1800s) is likely to celebrate the 115th or 116th birthday. That would be in 2014 or 2015. Mr Tanabe would be 119/120 at that time. I know, he seems to be in great shape. But I am afraid, the age of 120 will not be reached within the next decade. But we will see ...
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cooper
Posted: Mar 13 2008, 10:29 PM


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Tomoji Tanabe! i really do not think so there have been many people in better shape than him and they died before the age of 115 and a half. Some to name: Bettie Wilson-115, Susie Gibson-115, Adelina Domingues-114, Charlotte Benkner-114, Joan Riudavets-114, Bertha fry-113. For him to reach the age of 119+ and be the last living person from the 1890s is extremly inprobabel. tanabe would have to be in at least as good as shape as Ms. Calment to have a decent chance. i think tanabe may reach 114 or 115. I think a woman from late 1899 will be the last person from the 1800s.
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Neal
Posted: Mar 14 2008, 01:04 PM


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QUOTE (cooper @ Mar 13 2008, 10:29 PM)
Tomoji Tanabe! i really do not think so there have been many people in better shape than him and they died before the age of 115 and a half.

In a male comparison level, Tomoji Tanabe is actually pretty good. When comparing the blogs of Emilieno Mercado del Toro at 112, it is apparent that Tomoji Tanabe is actually in better health than Emiliano Mercado del Toro. The only validated man above that is Christian Mortensen, and we only know about his health at 113.

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Some to name: Bettie Wilson-115, Susie Gibson-115, Adelina Domingues-114, Charlotte Benkner-114, Joan Riudavets-114, Bertha fry-113.

Well gee, the fact that Tanabe is in better health than Emiliano Mercado del Toro is still not a guarantee that he will outlive him. But certainly a little more likely he will outlive some of the 114 year-olds you listed.

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For him to reach the age of 119+ and be the last living person from the 1890s is extremly inprobabel. tanabe would have to be in at least as good as shape as Ms. Calment to have a decent chance. i think tanabe may reach 114 or 115. I think a woman from late 1899 will be the last person from the 1800s.

Agreed, and while del Toro of 1891 outlived all the men of 1892, 1893, and 1894 (well, Tanabe is 4 years 1 month younger than him), a similar comparison for Tanabe would be if the next oldest man in the world was born in October 1899. Or in other words, somewhat likely he may be the last surviving male of the 1800s. However, Tanabe's starting age of in his 111s is somewhat young. The odds are it won't happen again (a 111 year-old oldest man in world) vs. he's in better shape than del Toro.
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sgelow
Posted: Mar 14 2008, 06:18 PM


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I suppose I'm a bit boring when saying this, but if I'd guess at anyone, I'd first make sure it was a woman born in 1899...

Which is what some already have said, and which means we probably don't know of any good candidates just yet.
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cooper
Posted: Mar 14 2008, 08:31 PM


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yes, i agree mr. tanabe i think is one of the healthiest male supercentarins so far, the only male supercentarin that i can think of that would be in better physical shape would Joan Riudavets. I think he will almost definitely surpass Mr. McMorran. With Del Toro many people thought she would not make to 114 but he like many other cases like Edna Parker-114+, Henry Allingham-111+, Marie-Louise Meilleur-117, Tane Ikai-116, Elizabeth Bolden-116, Maria do Couto Maia-Lopes-114, i thought that most them would die for reaching 110. There is also group that were in great shape but unexpectly passed away such as Corinne Dixon Taylor-113,Flossie Page-112, Marie-Rose Mueller-111,Mary Marques-111, Fannie Greenberg-112, Emma Carroll-112,Myra Nicholson-112, Marķa Capovilla-116, Irmgard von Stephani-112, Virginia Dighero-Zolezzi-114,Yone Minagawa-114, and many other who passed away at 110-113.
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keepgoingbesse
Posted: May 13 2012, 10:10 AM


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Now there is only 24 people alive from the 1800's sad.gif
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Pieter
Posted: May 13 2012, 12:19 PM


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QUOTE (keepgoingbesse @ May 13 2012, 05:10 PM)
Now there is only 24 people alive from the 1800's sad.gif

Hmmm...an extended reply will be appreciated more since this topic is noot totally outdated
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