JAMAICA – Jamaican supercentenarian Violet Mosse-Brown has died on the age of 117, Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness tweeted Friday night.
On the time of her demise, Mosse-Brown was world’s the oldest verified dwelling individual.
Mosse-Brown turned the oldest dwelling individual on April 15, 2017, with the demise of Emma Morano.
With Mosse-Brown’s dying, Nabi Tajima, of Japan, is now the world’s oldest verified dwelling individual. Tajima is 117.
Jeanne Calment, of France, has the longest confirmed human lifespan in historical past. She died on Aug. four, 1997, on the age of 122 years and 164 days.