These 5 Women Are The Last Living People Born In 1800s
People have always been curious about the secret of longevity and what makes some people live even longer than 100 years. It may be hard to comprehend, but there’s still a few people among us, who were born in 1800s.
These amazing women lived through many major events in our world’s history, such as the two World Wars, the Cold War, the development of airplane, the invention of television, and, eventually, the age of Internet. These centenarians might be the closest that one could get to unlocking the secret of longevity.
There’s no magic recipe for long and fulfilled life, but these charming ladies have some golden rules for their own longevity. According to them, if you want to stay fit and healthy till venerable age, you have to get enough sleep, stay active, exercise every day and eat things you like regularly. It’s also very important to treat people right, be nice to everyone, follow the laws, don’t worry about anything and be obedient.
115-Year-Old Susannah Mushatt Jones From United States (Born On July 6, 1899)
116-Year-Old World’s Oldest Living Person Misao Okawa From Japan (Born On March 5, 1898)
The Second-Oldest Person In The World And Also The Oldest Person In America Gertrude Weaver (Born On July 4, 1898)
The Oldest Person In Europe Emma Morano From Italy (Born In November 29, 1899)
Jeralean Talley From United States (Born On May 23, 1899)