America’s Oldest Person Passes Away at Age 116, Had 120 Great-Great-Grandchildren

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ABOVE VIDEO: Hester Ford, America’s oldest person has died, but she left behind quite a legacy — not the least of which are some 120 great-great-grandchildren.

(FOX NEWS) – America’s oldest person has died, but she left behind quite a legacy — not the least of which are some 120 great-great-grandchildren.

Hester Ford, of Charlotte, North Carolina, died Saturday at the age of 116, according to WBTV.

Born in 1904 in Lancaster, South Carolina, Ford grew up working on a farm, planting and picking cotton and plowing the fields, the local station said.

In addition to her legion of great-greats, the matriarch had 12 children, 48 grandchildren, and 108 great-grandchildren, according to the report.

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