LongeviQuest is pleased to announce the age validation of Mary Horton of Canada at age 110. She was born in Chesterton, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom on 4 February 1879.
In 1905, Horton married her husband in London and they had four children. The family moved to Canada in 1910 and settled in Nelson, British Columbia. At the age of 107, she lived with her daughter in the neighborhood of West End.
Horton passed away in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on 26 February 1989, at the age of 110 years, 22 days. She was survived by her four children, 5 grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren.
LongeviQuest congratulates Mary Horton’s family on her posthumous recognition.
For more information, please view Horton’s rectory Profile here.
LongeviQuest is happy to announce the age validation of Take Abe at 112 years old. She was a Japanese supercentenarian believed to be the third-oldest living person in Japan just before her death in 1991.
Abe was born on 31 July 1879 in the village of Kitamatsuno which is later known as the city of Fuji in the present day.
She dropped out of Shizuoka Girls’ High School to marry a doctor from Ihara District and later had three children with him.
Abe enjoys talking with the staff of the nursing home she was in every day, and it is said that she does not want to be interfered with while talking.
Take Abe passed away on 15 October 1991, in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, when she was at the age of 112 years old. Abe was declared as the third-oldest person in Japan, behind Waka Shirahama and Tane Ikai just two months before her death.
For more information, please view Take Abe’s Directory Profile here.