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5 Women Born in the 1800s Are Still With Us

5 women were born in the XIX century and have seen an incredible number of events, including two world wars, the Cold War, the development of the airplane, the invention of television and ultimately the emergence of the Internet.

According to these charming ladyS, the secret of longevity is simple: it is necessary to get enough sleep, keep active and eat what you like. Photo Vide sincerely admire these ladies and wishes everyone to follow their example.

5 Women Born in the 1800s Are Still With Us:

115-Year-Old Susannah Mushatt Jones From United States (Born On July 6, 1899)

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World’s Oldest Living Person: 116-Year-Old Misao Okawa From Japan (Born On March 5, 1898)

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116-Year-Old Gertrude Weaver, The Second-Oldest Person In The World And The Oldest Person In America (Born On July 4, 1898)

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115-Year-Old Emma Morano From Italy, The Oldest Person In Europe (Born On November 29, 1899)

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115-Year-Old Jeralean Talley From United States (Born On May 23, 1899)

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Usually people stop aging physically after 80. Most people above 100 look mostly the same as they did when they were 85 🙂

  2. They do!! I have always noticed and been in awe of how black women age so gracefully. I not sure if there’s a difference in cell production of skin or what, but I wish I knew the secret! African American women are some of the most beautiful, even more so as they grow old.

  3. I would like to know the quality of life these ladies live. They look wonderful for their ages but are they still happy to be here?

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