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According to the website Oldest in Britain, Mr Ledward was the 35th-oldest person in the UK.
Momoi, who lived in the city of Saitama near Tokyo, was recognized by Guinness as the oldest man in August 2014.
Manuel Pellegrini fielded the oldest first 11 with the average age of City's starting line-up this season being 28 years and 357 days.
THE search is on for Northumberland's oldest family firms.
ISLAMABAD -- Although Younis Khan's hundred in the third ODI against New Zealand at Abu Dhabi went in vain, he did create a record on the way,becoming the oldest Pakistani batsman to score a oneday hundred.
I am delighted to be attending the match, and I hope many thousands of supporters will be there cheering on the oldest team in Welsh football when they take on Grimsby Town.
A JAPANESE pensioner has officially become the world's oldest man at the grand old age of 111.
A south Arkansas woman celebrated her 116th birthday Friday with cake, a party and a new title -- she's now officially the oldest confirmed living American and second-oldest person in the world, the Gerontology Research Group said.
MANHATTAN (TAP) - Alexander Imich, certified as the oldest man in the world, died on Sunday at a senior residence in Manhattan.
Edythe Kirchmaier just turned 106 years on January 22 and is considered as Facebook's oldest user.
Summary: New York: The world's oldest man, a gin rummy-playing, one-time sugarcane worker born in Spain, .
Dhu-AlQa'dah 9, 1434, Sep 15, 2013, SPA -- Salustiano Sanchez, the world's oldest man, passed away at the age of 112 at a nursing home in western New York, UPI cited CNN reporting.
More than half of the oldest boomers and their spouses have fully retired and are not working, according to a new report.
Summary: The world's oldest person and the oldest man ever to have lived has died on Wednesday of natural causes aged 116 years.
Summary: Japan's Misao Ookawa is officially recognised as the world's oldest woman.