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This list includes Latvian supercentenarians (people who have attained the age of at least 110 years) and foreign supercentenarians who were born in Latvia whose lifespans have been verified by an international body that specifically deals in longevity research, such as the Gerontology Research Group (GRG). As of 8 December 2021, there are no validated living or deceased supercentenarians in Latvia; however, there is one pending emigrant supercentenarian who was born in the territory of present-day Latvia, which at the time was part of the Russian Empire.

Latvian supercentenarians

      Deceased (Validated)       Living       Pending       Unvalidated

Rank Name Sex Birth Death Age Municipality
of birth
Municipality
of death
Ksenija Mitusova[1] F 10 Feb 1899 6 Jan 2012 112 years, 334 days Daugavpils Daugavpils
Jelizaveta Kolakucka F 7 Sep 1910 Living 111 years, 92 days RussiaRUS Riga
Andrejs Kruklins [2] M 10 Jan 1891 30 Nov 2001 110 years, 325 days Riga Riga

a^ Mitusova was born in Naujene Parish, which was then part of the Russian Empire. It is now located in Latvia.
b^ Kruklins was born in Riga, which was then part of the Russian Empire. It is now located in Latvia.

Latvian emigrant supercentenarians

Rank Name Sex Birth Death Age Municipality
of birth
Country
of death
Rachel Wieselberg[3] F 23 Jun 1883 6 Jun 1996 112 years, 349 days Riga United Kingdom UK
Belle Garfinkel[4] F 26 Apr 1902 8 Mar 2013 110 years, 316 days Rēzekne United StatesUSA
Martha Lapsa[5] F 9 Jun 1895 27 Dec 2005 110 years, 201 days Cēsis United StatesUSA

c^ Garfinkel was born in Rezekne, which was then part of the Russian Empire. It is now located in Latvia.
d^ Wieselberg was born in Riga, which was then part of the Russian Empire. It is now located in Latvia.
e ^ Lapsa was born in Rāmuļu, which was then part of the Russian Empire. It is now located in Latvia.

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