|Birth:||22 June 1818|
Butterwick, Lincolnshire, England, UK
|Death:||8 November 1924|
Boston, Lincolnshire, England, UK
|Age:||106 years, 139 days|
Ann Sharp (née Kent; 22 June 1818 – 8 November 1924) was a British centenarian who was the oldest known living person in Europe at the time of her death.
Ann Kent was born on 22 June 1818 in Butterwick, Lincolnshire, England. Her father was James Kent, a farmer. She married Thomas Sharp on 27 December 1839; he died in 1877.
Sharp became the oldest known person in the UK and Europe following the death of 107-year-old Martha Truelove on 20 May 1924. Sharp died in Boston, Lincolnshire, England on 8 November 1924 at the age of 106 years, 139 days, and left 76 descendants. Her successors as the oldest person in the UK and Europe were Jane Raby and Gertrud Kubbeler (of Germany) respectively.
- Early centenarians Oldest in Britain
- Obituary and brief biography, Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 10 November 1924
- Obituary, Adelaide Chronicle (Australia), 27 December 1924 (gives date of death as 6 November)