Who Was the Oldest Member of the Beatles?

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The oldest members of the Beatles was Ringo Starr, born in 1940 on the 7th of July. The second oldest and third oldest were John Lennon (Oct 1940) and Paul McCartney (June 1942) respectively. The youngest Beatle was George Harrison, born on 25th February 1943.
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Ringo Starr-He was the oldest member of the band, and the last to join the now familiar
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easy. its ringo star. looked it up on wikipedia.
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Ringo was the oldest born on July 7, 1940.
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Well, given that John Lennon and George Harrison are dead, the obvious answer is Paul McCartney. With his earnings from his musical career and his music publishing, he was worth an
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Ringo Starr was the oldest member of the beetles, he was born on the 7th of July 1940 and he was the drummer in the band. The second oldest member of the group was John Lennon who was born on the 9th of October 1940.
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