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Hilario Vasconcelos
Hilario Vasconcelos
Vasconcelos at the age of 110
Birth: 6 March 1911
Anajas, Para, Brazil
Age: 111 years, 112 days
Country: BrazilBRA

Hilario Cesario Vasconcelos [Portuguese: Hilário Cesário Vasconcelos] (born 6 March 1911) is a Brazilian supercentenarian whose age is currently unvalidated by the Gerontology Research Group (GRG). He may be one of the oldest known living men in Brazil.


Hilario Vasconcelos was born in Anajas, Para, Brazil on 6 March 1911. In the past, Hilario worked in the rubber plantations in Anaja, so he had to go through the so-called system of aviation, (which made the rubber tapper practically a slave to the boss), thus, he became one of the men called “Soldado da Borracha”, recruited by the Brazilian government to work in the anajaense rubber plantations during the World War II.

Vasconcelos celebrated his 110th birthday in 2021. He currently lives in Anajas, Para, Brazil, at the age of 111 years, 112 days.