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List of Jamaican supercentenarians


List of Jamaican supercentenarians

This list includes Jamaican supercentenarians (people who have attained the age of at least 110 years) who were born in Jamaica whose lifespans have been verified by an international body that specifically deals in longevity research, such as the Gerontology Research Group (GRG). As of 21 January 2016, there is 1 living supercentenarian Violet Brown, age 115 years, 317 days. All Jamaican supercentenarians were born in a time when Jamaica was a British colony.


  • Living Jamaican supercentenarians 1
  • Living Jamaican emigrant supercentenarians 2
  • Jamaican supercentenarians 3
  • References 4

Living Jamaican supercentenarians

Below is a list of the living Jamaican people more than 110 years of age.

Rank Name Sex Birth date Age as of 21 January 2016 Parish of birth Parish of residence
1 Violet Brown[1] F 10 March 1900 115 years, 317 days Trelawny Trelawny

Living Jamaican emigrant supercentenarians

Below is a list of living Jamaican emigrants currently more than 110 years old.

Rank Name Sex Birth date Age as of 21 January 2016 Parish of birth Country of residence
Veta Walters F 14 December 1904 111 years, 38 days[2][3] Manchester[2] United States

Jamaican supercentenarians


Rank Name Sex Birth date Death date Age Parish of birth Parish of death
1 Violet Brown[1] F 10 March 1900 Living 115 years, 317 days Trelawny Living in Trelawny


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