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Helena Berg (6 June 1850? - 10 March 1962) was an Russian-born unverified supercentenarian.


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[1]. Helena Berg died in Kiuruvesi rest home 10 March 1962 at the claimed age of 111 years and 279 days[2]. 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.