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Alwine Werner
Birth: 10 November 1898
Russian Empire (now Ukraine)
Death: 2 March 2010
Bergneustadt, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Age: 111 years, 112 days
Country: UkraineUKRGermanyGER
Unvalidated

Alwine Werner (10 November 1898 – 2 March 2010) was an Ukrainian-German supercentenarian whose age is currently unvalidated by the Gerontology Research Group (GRG).

Biography

Alwine Werner was born in Russian Empire (now Ukraine) on 10 November 1898. She married in 1923, and had three children. The family was expelled to Kazakhstan in 1936.

Alwine Werner came back to Bergneustadt in 1989, and lived in Othestrasse with her daughter Selma Arendt. She became the oldest living person in Germany after the death of Emma Joisten on 8 November 2008.

Alwine Werner died in Bergneustadt, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany on 2 March 2010 at the age of 111 years, 112 days. After her death, Zhenya Broytman became Germany's oldest living person.

References


Germany's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (VE)

Margarethe Sauer • Katharina Braun • Leni Matthaei • Mathilde Schulz • Petronella Wansleban • Agnes Gerrath • Anna Fleinert • Bertha Brandes • Wilhelmine Heister • Gertrude Schmalohr • Maria Corba • Elfried Libbert • Paula Baumgartner • Gertrud Pannwitz • Ottilie Aleith • Karolina Kruger • Franziska Umrath • Pauline Spyra • Wilhelm Lehnen • Marie Stegmann • Wilhelm Schorner • Maria Laqua • Rosalia Hasenkampf • Magdalene Regener • Anna Stephan • Lina Zimmer • Hermann Dornemann • Frieda Muller • Irmgard von Stephani • Elsa Tauser • Frieda Borchert • Emma Joisten • Alwine Werner • Zhenya Broytman • Frieda Schmidt • Berta Zeisler • Charlotte Bauch • Karolina Grober • Elisabeth Schneider • Gertrud Henze • Frieda Szwillus • Johanna Klink • Charlotte Klamroth • Margarete Dannheimer • Else Ronsch • Herta Oeser • Gustav GernethMathilde MangeKatharina HagemeyerAdele RodensteinAnonymous of Berlin (1908)Josefine Ollmann

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