Ann Alexander Pouder (1807-1917)

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Ann Alexander Pouder (April 8, 1807 - July 10, 1917) was one of the earliest known supercentenarians. She was from the US and appeared in an article on supercentenarians in the June 1919 edition of National Geographic Magazine. Pouder was born in Leicester, England and was the oldest person in the world when she died at the age of 110 years and 93 days in Nebraska.


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