|Birth:||2 February 1906?|
Russian Empire (present-day Utena County, Lithuania)
|Death:||4 February 2016|
|Age:||110 years, 2 days?|
Boleslaw Maculewicz [Polish:Bolesław Maculewicz] (2 February 1906? – 4 February 2016) was an unvalidated Lithuanian-Polish supercentenarian claimant who claimed to be the oldest living man in Poland at the time of his death.
Boleslaw Maculewicz claimed to have been born in Russian Empire (present-day Utena County, Lithuania) on 2 February 1906. He served in the IV Cavalry Regiment of Zaniemanie. After the World War II, he shared the fate of thousands of residents of the eastern areas of the Second Polish Republic and was resettled to the so-called Regained Territories. He lived with his daughter Stanislawa for the rest of his life.
Following the death of Antoni Dobrowolski on 21 October 2012, he became a claimant to the oldest living man in Poland title.
Maculewicz died in Poland on 4 February 2016 at the claimed age of 110 years, 2 days.
- Najstarszy Polak skończył 108 lat Gazeta Wrocławska
- Zmarł najstarszy Polak, był mieszkańcem Szczawna-Zdroju Wałbrzych, 25 February 2016
- Zmarł Bolesław Maculewicz – najstarszy mężczyzna w Polsce wiadomoski.com, 3 June 2016