14 March 1896?
25 October 2019
123 years, 225 days?
Tanzilya Nasihanovna Bisembeyeva [Russian: Танзиля Насихановна Бисембеева] (14 March 1896? – 25 October 2019) was a Russian longevity claimant. She claimed to have been the world's oldest living person.
Tanzilya Nasihanovna Bisembeyeva claimed to have been born in large family in a small village named Islamgazy, Astrakhan region, Russia, on 14 March 1896. She was the eldest of eight children. She married her first husband before World War II. Her first child died as an infant. Her first husband died in the war. With her second husband she had three sons. She had her first son at the age of 53. All of her three sons were pensioners who lived close to their mother. When asked what her secret is, they said: "She’s very kind and is always very positive about life. She sees only the best in people."
Nasihanovna Bisembeyeva was said to live with a small pension with her son, revealing that people who could prove her work record on paper 'have all died'. She lived in Alcha, Krasnoyarsky District, Astrakhan Oblast, Russia.
Nasihanovna Bisembeyeva died on 25 October 2019, at the claimed age of 123 years, 225 days.