Ramona Trinidad Iglesias-Jordan (August 31, 1889 – May 29, 2004) was a Puerto Rican supercentenarian, and,
according to documents compiled in March 2004, the oldest documented person in the world after the death of Japanese woman Mitoyo Kawate, although German American woman Charlotte Benkner, who was about 3½ months younger, had been given recognition in the meantime.

She was born and grew up in Utuado, the child of Eduardo Iglesias-Ortiz and Luisa Jordan-Correa (some spelling variants are found in records). In 1948, her birth certificate was signed at Utuado, certifying that she was born at 7:00 AM on September 1, 1889. However, a baptismal certificate of April 1890, found in 1992, revealed that she was actually born the day before, on August 31, 1889. The 1910 census records for Utuado record her as age 20.

Oldest people in the world since 1955
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