|Born||Violet Mosse, March 10, 1900, Duanvale, Trelawny, British Jamaica|
|Died||September 15, 2017, (aged 0 days), Montego Bay, Saint James Parish, Jamaica|
|Resting place||Duanvale Cemetery|
|Other names||Violete Brown, Violet Mosse-Brown, Violet Moss|
|Known for||Oldest living person (15 April 2017 – 15 September 2017), Oldest Jamaican person ever, First verified Jamaican supercentenarian, Last known surviving subject of Queen Victoria|
|Spouse(s)||Augustus Gaynor Brown (died 1978)|
He is known for being the first verified Jamaican supercentenarian and the oldest Jamaican ever. She was the world's oldest person from April 2017 till her death on September 15, 2017 at the age of 117.
At the age of thirteen, she was baptized.
While Jamaica was still a part of the British Empire, she became the last living former subject of Queen Queen Victoria.
John Mosse, a sugar boiler, and Elizabeth Riley, her mother, raised her and her three siblings. With her spouse Augustus Gaynor Brown, she had a daughter. She also had three other children.
She outlived Supercentenarian Emma Morano, who previously held the title as the oldest living person until her death at age 117 in April 2017.
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