|Birth:||15 December 1899|
|Death:||6 November 2010|
Bergsdorf, Zehdenick, Brandenburg, Germany
|Age:||110 years, 326 days|
Frieda Schmidt (15 December 1899 – 6 November 2010) was a verified German supercentenarian who was the oldest person in Germany from the death of Zhenya Broytman on 25 October 2010 until her own death on 6 November 2010 at the age of 110 years and 326 days.
Frieda Schmidt was born in Bergsdorf, a district of Zehdenick, Brandenburg, where she also died. According to a newspaper she had once worked as a service maid for Philip, Prince of Eulenburg. She lost her only husband in 1951 with whom she had two daughters. Frieda Schmidt spent her last years in her daughter’s home and busied herself with needlework. At the time of her death she had eight grandchildren, thirteen great-grandchildren, four great-great-grandchildren and one great-great-great-grandchild. Also, a sister of Schmidt was living in Berlin.
|Germany's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (V • E)|
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 Gerneth