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Announcing the passing ofBob WEIGHTON

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Bob Weighton dies: World's oldest man passes away aged 112 after cancer battle. He was born in Hull, East Yorkshire, lived through the Spanish flu, both world wars and 25 Summer Olympic Games. Bob Weighton, who lived through two world wars, has sadly died of cancer, his family have confirmed. The world's oldest man who lived through two world wars has died aged 112. Mr Weighton, who was born in 1908, had celebrated his birthday in March at home in Alton, Hampshire. Mr Weighton earned the Guinness World Record in March this year following the death of Japanese man Chitetsu Watanabe. He leaves behind three children, 10 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren.
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Published in: Hull & East Riding area, National.
Published from: May 28, 2020.
Home town: Alton
Notable areas: Hull
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Rest easy Bob...
Left by Sophie : 29/05/2020
Very sad news indeed. Bob was the uncle of my friend Jean Powell, and he was the oldest member by far of the Old Kingstonians' Association in Hull, of which I am Membership Secretary. We are the former staff and pupils of Kingston High School in Hull and Bob went to our predecessor school, Boulevard Municipal Secondary School. A huge loss. RIP Bob. X
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