- Adam Harishon lived 930 years
- Mesushelach was alive to see Adam Harishon
- Shem ben Noach was alive to see Mesushelach
- Yaakov was alive to see Shem
- Amram was alive to see Yaakov
- Achiya Hashiloni was alive to see Amram
- Eliyahu Hanavi was alive to see Achiya Hashiloni
Yaakov says to Yosef in jubilation: I did not aspire to see your face (again) and behold, G-d has shown me even your offspring. Meshech Chochma points out that the added word גם (even) is intended to extend this phenomenon to include "even" the next generation – i.e. Yair ben Menashe. And, sure enough, we see the name "Yair" encoded in this very pasuk, the only such Roshei Teivos in all of the five books!
One minor question may cross our minds. If Yaakov is applauding his good fortune and the graciousness of HKBH for allowing him this unforeseen delight, why does he allude to G-d with the term "Elokim" which typically implies harshness and midas hadin? He should have used the four letter name that implies benevolence, kindness, and midas harachamim?
Woe is to us!
וליכא מידי דלא רמיזי באורייתא