|Birth:||30 April 1907|
Mellet, Les Bons Villers, Belgium
|Death:||20 Apil 2018|
Courcelles, Wallonia, Belgium
|Age:||110 years, 355 days|
Madeleine Dulier (30 April 1907 – 20 April 2018) was a Belgian supercentenarian who is currently unverified. Dulier was the oldest living person in Belgium since the death of Fernande Everaert-De Raeve and the oldest living person in region of Wallonia until her death.
She was born on a small farm in Mellet, Les Bons Villers. She worked on her parents' farm, where she mostly grown carrots. Madeleine recalls that in World War I, seven German officers who were sleeping on the farm: "They brought me dolls and other things ... They told me. I have a girl like you."
She worked as a shopkeeper.
Madeleine Dulier became the oldest living person in Belgium, following the death of Fernande de Raeve on 6 December 2017. At 110, she had nine children and eighteen grandchildren.
Dullier died in her sleep on 20 April 2018, about a week before she would turn 111 years.