Violet Brown’s Body To Be made Available For Research At UWI

The body of the late Violet Moss Brown, who died as the world’s oldest person is to be made available for research at the University of the West Indies (UWI) following a memorial service in October.

Moss Brown died on died on Friday, September 15 at the age of 117. A family member of the Jamaican supercentenarian revealed that the viewing of the Jamaican supercentenarian will be held at the Tritonville Baptist Church in her Duanvale, Trelawny community, which will be followed by the service on Saturday, October 7.

Moss Brown, of Duanvale in Trelawny, was born on March 10, 1900. She became the world’s oldest person earlier this year after the death of Emma Morano of Italy.

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Research Nevil harriot

All me haffi seh , me nuh waan nobady treat me good again. Under bad treatment dis ooman live 117 year. N all of a sudden ppl a talk seh dem a illtreat har. N GOOD treatment kill har off inna less Dan a week? Nuh treat me good a… Read more »

Lol yes

Very.. that’s why they moved her to begin with

Exactly they r so heartless