|Frederika van Asselt-Benkemper|
|Birth:||16 November 1874|
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
|Death:||27 December 1984|
Driebergen, Utrecht, Netherlands
|Age:||110 years, 41 days|
Frederika Louiza van Asselt-Benkemper (16 November 1874 – 27 December 1984) was a Dutch supercentenarian.
She was born in the capital of Amsterdam in the province of North Holland, Netherlands on 16 November 1874. In 1898, she married Gerrit van Asselt (1871-1937) and had two daughters, who both died in their late 90's.
Before moving to Utrecht, she and her husband lived in the village of Dedemsvaart in Overijssel, as he worked there at the local steam tram engine company. A year before her death, she was said to be in good health, despite developing problems with her mind and not able to contact with other residents of the nursing home anymore.
After living in the nursing home 'Nassau Odijkhof' for many years, she passed away in Driebergen, Utrecht, Netherlands on 27 December 1984 at the age of 110 years, 41 days. At the time of her death, she was the oldest living person in the Netherlands.