Charlotte Marion Hughes (b. August 1, 1877 – d. March 17, 1993) is the longest-lived person ever documented in the United Kingdom, or in England at 115 years 228 days, despite longevity myths such as that of Thomas Parr. She is the 13th oldest person ever

Hughes grew up in Middlesbrough in Yorkshire, where her father ran a music shop. She worked as a teacher in a religious school from the age of 13 and married Noel Hughes, a retired army captain, after she retired at age 63. She was married until her husband died in 1979 at the age of 88. Hughes was the third undisputed person in history to reach age 115, after Jeanne Calment and Lucy Hannah.

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