|Birth:||13 October 1905|
|Death:||3 July 2016|
|Age:||110 years, 264 days|
Annie Stroud (née Brady; 13 October 1905 - 3 July 2016) was a British supercentenarian who is currently unverified.
Annie was born in Rooney Street, Stockton-on-Tees, England on 13 October 1905. After attending St Mary’s primary school, she trained as a silver service waitress. She met her late husband Jack while he was stationed with the Army at Catterick and she was a silver service waitress at the village’s Bridge Hotel. They married in Stockton, in 1930 and set up home in the region. She and Jack had three children - Ronnie, Ann and Marjorie. Jack passed away in 1976.
Stroud lived independently until the age of 105, when she moved to Nunthorpe Hall retirement home in Middlesbrough, England. She passed away on 3 July 2016, aged 110 years, 264 days.