The most Albino Siblings ever

WORLD'S MOST ALBINO SIBLINGS
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

What was the most albino siblings ever?

Albinism is a rare condition in which a person is born with none, or very little pigment in their skin, eyes and hair. Two families, the Sesler brothers and the Gaulin siblings both set the record for a family that had the most albino siblings ever from March 31, 1924 to July 13, 1989.

George and Minnie Sesler from the United States had eight children in total and their four oldest sons were all born with the condition albinism. All brothers were born with pinkish-blue eyes, white hair, and translucent skin. To make it even rarer, the first two brothers to inherit the condition were twins! John Sesler was born on August 16, 1921 and passed away on October 18, 1976 while his twin brother, George was born on August 16, 1921 and passed away on February 28, 1988. The other two brothers were Kermit, born on February 17, 1923 and died on January 6, 2005 and Kenneth, born on March 31, 1924 and died on February 12, 1999.

As though that’s not rare enough, the Gausling siblings also set the same record with four children having a rarer form of the condition, oculocutaneous albinism. The Gausling siblings were the only four children of their parents and they all had the condition. Sarah was born on September 15, 1981; Christopher was born on February 24, 1983; Joshua was born on October 25, 1987; and Brendan was born on July 13, 1989. The Gauslings are a Canadian family and their father also has the condition while the mother carries it.



World's most Albino Siblings

The most Albino Siblings ever

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