|Birth:||16 September 1871|
|Death:||9 October 1982|
|Age:||111 years, 23 days|
Alice Caroline Stracey Brewster (née Tyler; 16 September 1871 – 9 October 1982) was a validated British supercentenarian.
Alice Brewster was born in England on 16 September 1871. Her husband was district commissioner Adolph Brewster, who wrote the book The Hill Tribes of Fiji. The couple lived in Nadarivatu, Fiji, during the late 1800s. Alice became a widow in 1939. She became blind when she was in her 90s. At the time of her death on 9 October 1982, she was the oldest person in the UK. Her final age was 111 years, 23 days.
- Gerontology Research Group
- Booklet written by Alice Brewster in 1913
- 1937 document signed by Alice Brewster
- A Time of Renewal: Clusters of Characters, C.P. Snow and Coups, February 15, 1998