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'''Helena Berg '''(6 June 1850? - 10 March 1962) was an Russian-born unverified supercentenarian.
 
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|birthyr = 1850? |birthplace = Crimea, Russian Empire
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|deathyr = 1962 |deathplace = Kiuruvesi, Northern Savonia, Finland
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}}'''Helena Berg '''(6 June 1850? 10 March 1962) was an Russian-born Finnish [[supercentenarian]] whose age is currently uvalidated by the [[Gerontology Research Group]] (GRG).
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
Helena Berg claimed that she was born in Crimea, Russian Empire on 6 June 1850 before Crimean War. She was baptized in Ruskeala and later she lived in Russia, where she had unmarried children. She was a gypsy. She later lived in Finland, Impilahti. She had a daughter who lived in Vaajakoski<ref>[https://zh-tw.facebook.com/groups/sukututkimus/permalink/2122203334538139/ Mention of Helena Berg family]</ref>. Helena Berg died in Kiuruvesi rest home 10 March 1962 at the claimed age of 111 years and 279 days<ref>[https://www.tuomas.salste.net/suku/vanhimmat.html Mention of Helena Berg at 111]</ref>. She was mistakenly declared dead year before for an error in church books. If her age is true, she could have been oldest living person in Finland between 1955-1962.
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Helena Berg claimed to have been born in Crimea, Russian Empire, on 6 June 1850, before Crimean War. She was baptized in Ruskeala and later she lived in Russia, where she had unmarried children. She was a gypsy. She later lived in Impilahti, Finland. She had a daughter who lived in Vaajakoski.
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Helena Berg died in Kiuruvesi retirement home, on 10 March 1962 at the claimed age of 111 years, 279 days. She was mistakenly declared dead year before for an error in church books. If her age is true, she could have been oldest living person in Finland between 1955-1962.
   
 
==References==
 
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*[https://zh-tw.facebook.com/groups/sukututkimus/permalink/2122203334538139/ Mention of Helena Berg family]
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*[https://www.tuomas.salste.net/suku/vanhimmat.html Mention of Helena Berg at 111]
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Revision as of 11:50, 21 August 2019

Helena Berg
Birth: 6 June 1850?
Crimea, Russian Empire
Death: 10 March 1962
Kiuruvesi, Northern Savonia, Finland
Age: 111 years, 279 days?
Country: RussiaRUSFinlandFIN
Unvalidated

Helena Berg (6 June 1850? – 10 March 1962) was an Russian-born Finnish supercentenarian whose age is currently uvalidated by the Gerontology Research Group (GRG).

Biography

Helena Berg claimed to have been born in Crimea, Russian Empire, on 6 June 1850, before Crimean War. She was baptized in Ruskeala and later she lived in Russia, where she had unmarried children. She was a gypsy. She later lived in Impilahti, Finland. She had a daughter who lived in Vaajakoski.

Helena Berg died in Kiuruvesi retirement home, on 10 March 1962 at the claimed age of 111 years, 279 days. She was mistakenly declared dead year before for an error in church books. If her age is true, she could have been oldest living person in Finland between 1955-1962.

References