Talk:Chiyono Hasegawa

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Longevity records[change source]

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  • On 2 May 2010 Kama Chinen died, Chiyono Hasegawa, aged 113 years 163 days, became the oldest verified living Japanese person.
  • On 21 August 2010, Chiyono Hasegawa, aged 113 years 273 days, moved into the list of the 100 longest-lived people ever.
  • On 5 March 2011, Chiyono Hasegawa, aged 114 years 105 days, moved into the list of the 10 longest-lived Japanese people ever.
  • On 21 June 2011, Maria Gomes Valentim died, Chiyono Hasegawa, aged 114 years 213 days, became the 2nd oldest verified living person in the world.<:ref>最高齢111歳の長谷川さんを知事が訪問 ("Governor's visit to the oldest 111-year-old Hasegawa"), Saga Shimbun (Japan). September 11, 2008; retrieved 2011-12-27.</ref>
  • On 29 October 2011, Chiyono Hasegawa, aged 114 years 343 days, became one of the 30 oldest people ever.
  • On 13 November 2011, Chiyono Hasegawa, aged 114 years 358 days, surpassed Kama Chinen to become the 2nd oldest undisputed Japanese person ever.
  • On 20 November 2011, Chiyono Hasegawa became the 24th undisputed person to reach the age of 115 and the 2nd undisputed Japanese person ever to do so.
  • On 2 December 2011, Chiyono Hasegawa died of natural causes, aged 115 years 12 days. -->

If any or all of these bullets can be confirmed, it might helpful? --Horeki (talk) 21:32, 27 December 2011 (UTC)