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List of Austrian supercentenarians

This is a list of verified Austrian supercentenarians (people from Austria who have attained the age of at least 110 years). There have been 6 verified supercentenarians from Austria.[1] As of 24 February 2015, there is no verified living supercentenarian in Austria. The oldest person ever in Austria was Maria Mika, who died in 1994 aged 112 years 178 days (Venere Pizzinato-Papo aged 114 years 252 days died in Italy).

Austrian supercentenarians

      Deceased (verified)       Living (verified)

      Pending
Rank Name Sex Birth date Death date Age State or country of birth State of death
1 Maria Mika[2] F 23 May 1882 17 November 1994 112 years, 178 days Bohemia[a] Vienna
2 Hermine Nistler[3] F 24 December 1900 13 February 2012 111 years, 51 days Vienna Vienna
3 Cäcilia Buchinger[3] F 27 September 1901 6 August 2012 110 years, 314 days Upper Austria Salzburg
4 Leopold Vietoris[2] M 4 June 1891 9 April 2002 110 years, 309 days Styria Tyrol
5 Rosa Broz[2] F 18 January 1895 4 June 2005 110 years, 137 days Vienna Lower Austria
6 Hermina Dunz[4] F 24 February 1898 14 June 2008 110 years, 111 days Croatia[b] Styria

a^ Mika was born in Bohemia, which was then part of Austria-Hungary. It is now in the Czech Republic.
b^ Dunz was born in Zagreb, which was then part of Austria-Hungary. It is now in Croatia.

Austrian emigrant supercentenarians

Rank Name Sex Birth date Death date Age State of birth Country of death
Gisela Dollinger[5] F 30 August 1902 10 March 2014 111 years, 192 days Lower Austria United States
Elsie Rich[5] F 6 August 1901 29 December 2011 110 years, 145 days Vienna United States

Oldest Austrian person by state

This is a list of the oldest people by birth from each state, according to today's borders.

      Deceased (verified)       Living (verified)       Pending

State Name Sex Birth date Death date Age
Burgenland
Carinthia
Lower Austria Gisela Dollinger F 30 August 1902 10 March 2014 111 years, 192 days
Salzburg
Styria Leopold Vietoris M 4 June 1891 9 April 2002 110 years, 309 days
Tyrol
Upper Austria Cäcilia Buchinger F 27 September 1901 6 August 2012 110 years, 314 days
Vienna Hermine Nistler[1] F 24 December 1900 13 February 2012 111 years, 51 days
Vorarlberg

Chronological list of the oldest living person in Austria since 1994

      Deceased (verified)/Under 110       Living (verified)       Pending

      Unverified
From To Name Sex Age(s) when oldest Lifespan State of death
Unidentified 17 November 1994 Maria Mika F ? – 112 23 May 1882 – 17 November 1994
112 years, 178 days
Vienna
17 November 1994 16 October 1995
(333 days)
Pauline Horak F 106 – 107 19 June 1888 – 16 October 1995
107 years, 119 days
Vienna
16 October 1995 15 February 1999
(3 years, 122 days)
Theresia Pichler F 104 – 107 29 March 1891 – 15 February 1999
107 years, 323 days
Salzburg
15 February 1999 9 April 2002
(3 years, 53 days)
Leopold Vietoris M 107 – 110 4 June 1891 – 9 April 2002
110 years, 309 days
Tyrol
9 April 2002 10 August 2002
(123 days)
Adda Tinter F 109 27 March 1893 – 10 August 2002
109 years, 136 days
Lower Austria
10 August 2002 28 January 2003
(171 days)
Marianne Habekost F 108 – 109 21 August 1893 – 28 January 2003
109 years, 160 days
Lower Austria
28 January 2003 20 June 2003
(143 days)
Hermine Gorsak F 109 18 November 1893 – 20 June 2003
109 years, 214 days
Styria
20 June 2003 24 August 2003
(65 days)
Karoline Theyrer F 108 21 October 1894 – 24 August 2003
108 years, 307 days
Vienna
24 August 2003 4 June 2005
(1 year, 284 days)
Rosa Broz F 108 – 110 18 January 1895 – 4 June 2005
110 years, 137 days
Lower Austria
4 June 2005 2 October 2005
(120 days)
Hermine Hermann F 108 13 December 1896 – 2 October 2005
108 years, 293 days
Vienna
2 October 2005 15 February 2006
(136 days)
Anna Rudicky F 108 21 August 1897 – 15 February 2006
108 years, 178 days
Vienna
15 February 2006 14 June 2008
(2 years, 120 days)
Hermina Dunz F 107 – 110 24 February 1898 – 14 June 2008
110 years, 111 days
Styria
14 June 2008 14 February 2009
(245 days)
Hermine Hinner F 109 16 May 1899 – 14 February 2009
109 years, 274 days
Vienna
14 February 2009 13 February 2012
(2 years, 364 days)
Hermine Nistler F 108 – 111 24 December 1900 – 13 February 2012
111 years, 51 days
Vienna
13 February 2012 6 August 2012
(175 days)
Cäcilia Buchinger F 110 27 September 1901 – 6 August 2012
110 years, 314 days
Salzburg
6 August 2012 c.1 December 2012
(c.117 days)
Romana Swoboda F 109 – 110 c.5 November 1902 – c.1 December 2012
c. 110 years, 26 days
Vienna
c.1 December 2012 20 April 2013
(c. 140 days)
Theresia Sommer F 108 14 October 1904 – 20 April 2013
108 years, 188 days
Vienna
20 April 2013 12 March 2014
(326 days)
Antonia Kubesch F 108 – 109 1 December 1904 – 12 March 2014
109 years, 101 days
Salzburg
12 March 2014 Present
(349 days)
Julia Zöhrer F 108 – 109* born 17 March 1905
age 109 years, 344 days
Living in Lower Austria

References

  1. ^ a b Validated living supercentenarians The Gerontology Research Group lists persons as living whose age has been validated and confirmed to be alive within the past year.
  2. ^ a b c Verified Supercentenarian Cases
  3. ^ a b GRG Deaths in 2012
  4. ^ GRG Deaths in 2008
  5. ^ a b List of Pending cases
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