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Irénise Moulonguet
Irenise Moulonguet
Birth: 6 November 1900
Basse-Pointe, Martinique, France
Death: 28 May 2013
Le Morne-Rouge, Martinique, France
Age: 112 years, 203 days
Country: MTQ FlagMTQ,FRA FlagFRA
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Irenise [Irénise] Moulonguet (6 November 1900 – 28 May 2013), from Martinique, was a French supercentenarian and the doyenne of France, from the death of Paule Bronzini on 29 August 2012 until her own death on 28 May 2013. Before she was accepted as a doyenne of France, it was believed that the title belonged to both Maria Richard (28 November 1900 – 11 October 2012) and Eugenie Dauzat (6 December 1900 – 12 January 2013). She was accepted on 29 January 2013.[1] She was a survivor of the 1902 eruption of Mount Pelée.[2]

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France's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (V • TE)

Marie-Philomene Flassayer • Marguerite-Marie Ayne • Rosine Wolff • Desiree Foucher • Marie-Ernestine Compain • Marie-Virginie Duhem • Frederique Noel • Augustine Tessier • Elisa Esnault • Eugenie Roux • Jeanne Calment • Marie-Helene Chanteperdrix • Jeanne Dumaine • Marie Bremont • Germaine Haye • Anne Primout • Camille Loiseau • Marie-Simone Capony • Clementine Solignac • Eugenie Blanchard • Maria Diaz • Marcelle Narbonne • Marie-Therese Bardet • Paule Bronzini • Irenise Moulonguet • Suzanne Burrier • Marie Liguinen • Olympe Amaury • Eudoxie Baboul • Elisabeth Collot • Honorine Rondello • Lucile Randon

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