Eudoxie Baboul, French supercentenarian, Died at 114

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Eudoxie Firminie Baboul was born on October 1, 1901, and died on July 1, 2016.

He was a supercentenarian.

She came from French Guiana.

Eudoxie was the oldest living person in France and fifth oldest validated living person in the world at the time of her death.

She resided in Matoury.

She was the third-oldest French person ever, behind Jeanne Calment and Marie Bremont.

During her younger years, she planted vegetables and sold them.

Eudoxie Baboul never got married, but had several children, all of whom she outlived.

Eudoxie Baboul had three grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

During 2011, Eudoxie Baboul moved to Matoury, where she lived with her 54-year-old grandson Joubert.

As of 2013, she became bedridden.

Eudoxie Baboul died at the age of 114 years, 274 days.

Eudoxie Baboul passed away at 114 years.

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