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Marie-Julia Sinédia-Cazour (July 12, 1892 – October 6, 2005) was the oldest African supercentenarian, oldest person from the French possession of Réunion and is the tenth-oldest French person on record. She married in 1915. At the time of her death she was France's second-oldest person (Camille Loiseau of Paris was a few months older) and the eleventh-oldest person in the world. She was the oldest living citizen of a French possession from the death of fellow 113-year-old Luce Maced on February 25, 2000 until Sinédia-Cazour's death on October 6, 2005 at 6:15 AM, aged 113 years and 86 days.
- Article on her 112th birthday (in French)
- Announcement of her death (in French)
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