LongeviQuest is delighted to share that Ines Sommovigo, Italy’s fourth-oldest Living Person, celebrates 112th birthday. She is an Italian supercentenarian known as the current oldest living person in the region of Liguria.
Ines Sommovigo was born on 6 November 1911 in La Spezia, Liguria, Italy.
At some point in her life, she married Lorenzo Majoli and had three children with him. Unfortunately, their first child died after being given the wrong injection.
During the World War II, her family hid a Jewish family and her brother-in-law in the cellar of the Majoli house.
At the age of 109, she got the COVID-19 virus but successfully healed from it.
Ines currently lives in La Spezia, Liguria, Italy, where she is the current oldest living person.
LongeviQuest sends our warmest greetings for the celebration of Ines’ 112th birthday.
For more information, please visit Ines Sommovigo’s Directory Profile here.
Giuseppa Salerno was an Italian supercentenarian born on 17 June 1911 in Naples, Campania, Italy. She was recognized as the fifth-oldest living person in the country at the time of her death. Her age has been validated by the European Supercentenarian Organisation (ESO).
When she was 110 years old, she already had five children, 24 grandchildren, 44 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren.
Giuseppa Salerno passed away on 26 September 2023 in Naples, Campania, Italy, at age 112 years and 101 days old.
LongeviQuest extends our deepest condolences to the bereaved family and friends of Giuseppa.
For more information, please visit Salerno’s Directory Profile here.
LongeviQuest is delighted to share that Italy’s oldest living person, Domenica Ercolani, celebrated her 113th birthday. She is an Italian supercentenarian whose age has been validated by the European Supercentenarian Organisation (ESO).
Domenica Ercolani was born on 3 July 1910, in Urbino, Marche, Italy. In her 113 years of life, she witnessed the monarchy of the Kingdom of Italy, the first and “second” Italian Republic, and ten popes. She also survived three epidemics including the Spanish Flu 1918-1920, SARS 2004, and COVID-19.
She married Cristoforo, who was a railway station manager back then. The couple had two children whom she took care of as a housewife. Mrs. Ercolani liked gardening as she had a vegetable garden and flowers.
On 30 March 2021, she got her first dose of COVID-19 vaccine and became one of the oldest people to receive it.
At the time, she was living with her 87-year-old daughter, Alessandra. She is being taken care of by her daughter and grandchildren, Marco and Luca.
LongeviQuest extends our warm greetings to Mrs. Domenica Ercolani and her family for her 113th birthday celebration.
For more information, please view Domenica Ercolani’s Directory Profile here.
LongeviQuest is glad to report the addition of Giuseppa Salerno to our ever-growing directory of supercentenarians. She is an Italian supercentenarian born in Naples, Campania, Italy, on 17 June 1911 and the European Supercentenarian Organisation (ESO) has validated her age at 111 years.
During her 110th birthday, Salerno had five children, 24-grandchildren, 44-great grandchildren, and five great-great grandchildren. LongeviQuest extends their congratulations to the family of Mrs. Salerno on this posthumous recognition.
For more information, please view Giuseppa Salerno’s Directory Profile here.