Three women are the oldest person in the world. A Japanese is ranked first, being the only and last person born in the 19th century that is still alive.
Nabi Tajima is 117 years old and was born in July 1900, being the oldest person ever “registered”. It has 9 children, 28 grandchildren, 56 grandmen, 35 gauders, and has already begun to look through.
The second place is a Japanese woman, Chiyo Miyako, who is 116 years old and 211 days old. It precedes the ranking with only a few days on the first European in the ranking, Ana Vela Rubio, in Spain, which is 180 days younger.