|Gregoria Fernandez Gonzalez|
|Birth:||12 March 1887|
El Cerro, Salamanca, Castile and Leon, Spain
|Death:||8 April 2001|
Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain
|Age:||114 years, 27 days|
Gregoria Fernandez Gonzalez [Spanish: Gregoria Fernández González] (12 March 1887/1892 - 8 April 2001) was a Spanish supercentenarian whose age is pending (although disputed) by the Gerontology Research Group (GRG).
Gregoria Fernandez Gonzalez was born in El Cerro, Salamanca, Castile and Leon, Spain, on 12 March 1887/1892.
She died in Madrid, Spain on 8 April 2001, at the age of 114/109 years, 27 years. She could have been the oldest living person in Spain at the time of her death, being older than Gabriela Izquierdo, F. M. M., and Antonio Urrea-Hernandez. She could also have been the second-oldest living person in Europe at the time of her death, behind Marie Bremont.
Some researchers of The 110 Club discovered that she could have been born in March 1892 instead of March 1887. This means that she could have been only 109 at the time of her death. The Spanish blog "Tengo más de 100 (Segunda Centena)" also lists her as born in March 1892.
- GRG Pending Cases List Gerontology Research Group
- VERIFIED SUPERCENTENARIAN CASES - SPAIN Gerontology Research Group
- Gregoria Fernandez Gonzalez The 110 Club
- Personas españolas fallecidas con más de 108 años, que nacieron entre 1848 y 1907 Tengo más de 100 (Segunda Centena)