Comments:Oldest living European person reaches age 114

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amazing012:35, 17 May 2010
Contradiction205:36, 3 April 2010

it would be so cool just to sit down and talk to her, i dont think anyone can imagine all the shit she's seen....

74.42.173.5 (talk)12:35, 17 May 2010

Contradiction

The article states mrs.Baldwin is the oldest person in the europe, then states Eugenie Blanchard from France as older.last time i checked,france is in europe

Xgladar (talk)17:57, 2 April 2010

excellent point

Benny the mascot (talk)02:59, 3 April 2010
 

Actually the french lady is from St Barts, which is in the Caribbean. Since it is territory of France, I guess they still call it "France". So she doesn't live in France, Europe... thereby making Mrs Baldwin the oldest in physical europe. But not oldest european. Very confusing. Just roll with it.

ShakataGaNai ^_^05:36, 3 April 2010