Actually the article I posted gives conflicting numbers of about 600 and about 360 for the total super centenarians, which would put my gal at #361 lol.Wikipedia currently has 47 verified people aged 111 or more:
Came across this article just now. At 110 Agnes Fenton gotta be in the top 100. Anyway she looks like she'll be kicking for a couple years yet.
Edit: Good quote from article: "That means roughly 1 in every 10 million people in the world is a supercentenarian." Now we have a statistic.
For some reason, they do not have the 110 year-old people in the official list (too many or none at all?), but they have 7 cases in the "pending" list. Well, I guess, since the 110-year old people have just recently become supercentenarians, the verification process needs some time to confirm them.
Anyway, I had checked that list because there apparently was a 114-year old woman in India that just died, but she didn't appear on any list either:
Her age of 114 would have put her in the top 10.
"Of the 7 billion people on the planet, a microscopic number are 110 or older. Robert Young, director of the Gerontology Research Group, which keeps track of supercentenarians, estimates 600. Dr. Thomas Perls, founding director of the New England Centenarian Study at Boston University School of Medicine, of which Fenton is a participant, puts the number at 360."