Black Woman From Florida Turns 109-Year Old, Becomes One of the Oldest People in the World

Louisa Gunter, a grandmother from Florida, just recently turned 109-years old. Having been born in 1911, Gunter has lived through both the Spanish flu epidemic in 1918 and the current coronavirus pandemic.

Gunter was the 14th of 15 children born in Levy, Florida but has been living in Baldwin, Florida for over 80 years.

Gunter has 9 children, 26 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren, and 6 great-great-grandchildren. One of her sons, Almon, sadly died last year at the age of 76.


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