It is a sad demise. The last surviving human from the 19th century, Nabi Tajima is dead.
See the nature of the earth! Either it lets you live for one last day or for long. Life keeps on moving and you keep on living. For centuries, the Earth has certain lives and interesting facts. Nabi Tajima from Japan died at a hospital on the Japanese island.
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Born on August 4, 1900, she was the known to be the last survivor of the 19th century. Aged 117, she was hospitalised since January this year. After the death of Violet Brown of Jamaica in September 2017, she became the world's oldest person. Moreover, she set the record of being a third oldest person in history.
She was a mother of 7 sons and 2 daughters. She has 160 descendants including great-great-great-grandchildren. The woman saw three centuries almost. According to the U.S.-based Gerontology Research Group, Chiyo Miyako, who turned 117 years old on May 2, this year, is now the world's oldest person. Chiyo lives in the south of Tokyo.
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Guinness World Records certified world’s oldest man to 112-year-old Masazo Nonaka of northern Japan earlier this month and now is planning to recognize Tajima as the world’s oldest person. Nabi Tajima's town of Kikai is a small island where about 7,000 people live. She had moved her hands to the beat of music played on traditional Japanese instruments at a ceremony to mark the achievement, shown by Japanese television.