There was also William Hutchings, 100 years old when his photo was taken. Hutchings was captured by the British, but released because they "declared it was a shame to hold as prisoner one so young." He was only 15 at the time.
When journalist Joe Bauman stumbled upon these photos in 1976, he decided to do one better and managed to dig up some even older daguerreotypes. He got his hands on eight, including the one below of Peter Mackintosh, who was a 16-year-old blacksmith in 1773. He's best remembered by history for supplying the ash for patriots to disguise themselves on the way to the Boston Tea Party. He apparently continued rocking that look well into old age.