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Margaret Ann <I>Harvey</I> Neve

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Margaret Ann Harvey Neve Famous memorial

Birth
St Peter Port, Bailiwick of Guernsey
Death
4 Apr 1903 (aged 110)
St Peter Port, Bailiwick of Guernsey
Burial
St Peter Port, Bailiwick of Guernsey Add to Map
Plot
Grave 86, Vault
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The second ever verified supercentenarian, after Geert Adriaans Boomgaard. She was the first known person whose life spanned three centuries and the first validated female supercentenarian.

She was born at Saint Peter Port on the Channel Island of Guernsey and spent most of her early life there. She then traveled to Bristol, England around 1815, where she received her education. Some say she could recall the French revolutionary war, even having met Charles François Dumouriez, a general of the French revolutionary war. She married her husband, John Neve, on January 18, 1823. The two had no known children. They lived in Tenterden in Kent, England for 25 years until John passed away in High Hadden, Kent in 1849 when she went back to her hometown of Saint Peter Port. She died at Rouge Huis, Elm Grove on April 4, 1903, a month before her 111th birthday. Flags in Guernsey were lowered for her as a show of respect. She was one of the last living people from the 18th century.
The second ever verified supercentenarian, after Geert Adriaans Boomgaard. She was the first known person whose life spanned three centuries and the first validated female supercentenarian.

She was born at Saint Peter Port on the Channel Island of Guernsey and spent most of her early life there. She then traveled to Bristol, England around 1815, where she received her education. Some say she could recall the French revolutionary war, even having met Charles François Dumouriez, a general of the French revolutionary war. She married her husband, John Neve, on January 18, 1823. The two had no known children. They lived in Tenterden in Kent, England for 25 years until John passed away in High Hadden, Kent in 1849 when she went back to her hometown of Saint Peter Port. She died at Rouge Huis, Elm Grove on April 4, 1903, a month before her 111th birthday. Flags in Guernsey were lowered for her as a show of respect. She was one of the last living people from the 18th century.

Bio by: Eddie Jones


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In Loving Memory of
Margaret Anne Neve
Daughter of John HARVEY and Elizabeth GUILLE
His wife, and widow of John NEVE esq.
of Tenderen, Kent
Born 18 May 1792, died 4 April 1903
Aged 110 years and 322 days.



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  • Originally Created by: Spanky
  • Added: Mar 28, 2013
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  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/107479730/margaret_ann-neve: accessed ), memorial page for Margaret Ann Harvey Neve (18 May 1792–4 Apr 1903), Find a Grave Memorial ID 107479730, citing Brothers' Cemetery, St Peter Port, Bailiwick of Guernsey; Maintained by Find a Grave.