Józef Piotrowski (organist)

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Józef Piotrowski
Born September 7, 1887
Białystok (then part of the Russian Empire, now of Poland)
Died September 8, 2005 (aged 118 years, one day)
Known for allegedly being one of the world's oldest people

Józef Piotrowski (September 7, 1887? – September 8, 2005)[1] claimed to be the oldest living Pole.

He was born in Jałówka near Białystok, which was part of the Russian Empire at the time (Grodno guberniya, Volkovysk district). His passion and profession was playing the organ; he had been an organist for most of his life, having pursued his interest since 1905.

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