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Rosenkowitz sextuplets

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11 January 1974 (age 50) (
Cape Town, South Africa

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The Rosenkowitz Sextuplets (born 11 January 1974 in South Africa) were the first known set of sextuplets to survive infancy.


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Born to Susan Wilson at Mowbray Maternity Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, the sextuplets are:

The births quickly drew international attention as the first known set of sextuplets to survive infancy. Born about four weeks early, their total birthweight was 24 lb 4 oz (11.0 kg), with the individual birthweights ranging from 2 lb 12oz (Nicolette) to 4 lb 9oz (Jason)

Mother Susan Wilson is a native Briton who emigrated to South Africa in 1967. The record shows that the father Colin divorced Susan in 1989.

As of 2013 the Rosenkowitz children are spread all over. David and Anthony reside in Australia, Nicci commutes between Cape Town (SA)/London (UK), Grant and Sam (Samantha) in Cape Town (SA), Jason in Cork (Ireland), Emma in London (UK), and Elizabeth in Kent (UK).


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