New Category: octogenarian, centenarian? [closed]

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

https://www.flickr.com/photos/110347036@N05/14924128779/in/pool-76837992@N00

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

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. 

{{Centenarian|age=106}}

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

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