|Birth:||25 January 1867|
Charlois, Rotterdam, Netherlands
|Death:||25 September 1975|
|Age:||108 years, 243 days|
Johanna Leeuwenburg-Hordijk (25 January 1867 – 25 September 1975) was the oldest living person in the Netherlands after the death of Elisabeth van der Burg-Leusveld on 16 January 1973.
Johanna Leeuwenburg-Hordijk, also known as 'Opoe Leeuwenburg', was born in Charlois, a neighbourhood in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, on 25 January 1867 to parents Jan Hordijk and Geertrui Sloof. On 3 May 1889, when she was 23 years old, she married Arij Leeuwenburg (1864-1933), with whom she would have three children; Jacob (1889), Pleun (1891) and Geertrui Leeuwenburg (1893). During the last years of her life, she lived above a bike shop on Beijerlandselaan 48-b.
Johanna Leeuwenburg-Hordijk passed away on 25 September 1975 at the age of 108 years, 243 days. Following her death, Cornelia La Fors-van Geel became the oldest living person in The Netherlands.