New Category: octogenarian, centenarian? [closed]

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Chedolaomer 'Lomer' Griffin lived to 106 years,  b. 1772, d. 1878. sourced.

WikiTree profile: Lomer Griffin
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in The Tree House by Jo Gill G2G6 Pilot (107k points)
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1 Answer

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Living for 100 years makes one a ‘centenarian‘. Octogenarian is for 80-year olds.
by Robert Hvitfeldt G2G6 Pilot (143k points)

Maybe we need both - thanks for sending me back to school! blush

and there's the answer right below this comment. 


Melanie, even more information.  You guys are the best and WikiTree is the best. yes

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