Arkansas Woman, Believed to Be Oldest Person In the World, Dies

Gertrude Weaver, 116, was born in 1898 and credited her long life to eating her own cooking.
0:38 | 04/07/15

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A senate passing to note here just Davies after she became the world's oldest person. Gertrude Weaver has died in Arkansas it a 116 years old when asked about advice slow long live Weaver over this. Use a lot of skin moisturizer treat everyone nice love your neighbor. Eat your own cooking don't eat Ed fast food places. It's that I'm sure McDonald's and burger king and some other places would appreciate that because she lived to a 116. On that now I 150 year old woman from Michigan. Now takes the title of world's oldest person Harry doing something right there and.

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