A Texas woman believed to be the world’s oldest person died Monday at the age of 114, according to her caretaker. Eunice Sanborn claimed she was actually 115, and that the U.S. Census Bureau erroneously recorded her birth year as 1896. A homemaker, Sanborn lived in Jacksonville, Texas, for 75 years. She was married three times, and outlived her only daughter. She had been the world’s oldest person since November when French nun Eugenie Blanchard died at 114. The title now moves to another American, 114-year-old Besse Cooper of Georgia.