Marie Laure du Serre-Telmon
Birth: 4 January 1860
San Joaquín, Anaco, Anzoátegui, Venezuela
Death: 8 January 1977
Ivry-sur-Seine, Île-de-France, France
Age: 117 years, 4 days
Country: VEN FlagVENFRA FlagFRA
Longevity claimant

Marie Laure du Serre-Telmon (Born as María Laura) (4 January 1860 - 8 January 1977?) was a Venezuelan-French supercentenarian and a claimant to be the first person to have reached the ages of 114 through 117. At the time of her death, she may have been the oldest person ever, and also the oldest living person.

However, the investigation is far from complete for this case. There is no public photo located, no news reports of her turning 110 through 117, and no news reports yet located for this claim in any context. Without a clear family tree, the asserted verification of this case is not complete.


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