Earliest memory of World's Oldest man

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  • Interviewee name: Henry Allingham

  • Henry William Allingham was born on 6th June 1896 and, at the time he gave this interview, was a supercentenarian, World War I veteran and at the age of 113 years and 13 days, the oldest living man in the world. Here Henry talks about his earliest memories (around 1899), those of seeing his Father who was ill with tuberculosis. His father died when Henry was 3 years old and he was then brought up by his Mother and grandparents. Henry died not long after this on the 18th July 2009.

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10 Comments so far

from Naqib Qazi 06th Dec 2012, 11:34

Henry's videos are amongst my favourite on StoryVault. Amazing.

from Kiera Durston 16th Aug 2010, 02:00

This will be an alive memory for many yesrs RIP henry:)

from Kiera Durston 30th Jun 2010, 06:50

Its a shame hes not still alive such a personality:) It would of been great to know the old man:)

from Kiera Durston 28th Jun 2010, 05:40

Wow what a lovely man 112! oh my god:)

from Anna Thomson 14th Aug 2009, 12:12

What an extraordinary man- despite his age and the fact that he is in a wheelchair you can still see his personality shining through.