Wiesmayr on her 109th birthday
|Birth:||23 July 1908|
Linz, Upper Austria, Austria-Hungary (present-day Austria)
|Death:||23 September 2019|
Linz, Upper Austria, Austria
|Age:||111 years, 62 days|
Anna Wiesmayr (née Waldhor; 23 July 1908 – 23 September 2019) was an Austrian supercentenarian whose age is currently unvalidated by the Gerontology Research Group (GRG). She was the oldest known living person in Austria until her death.
Anna Waldhor was born in Franckstrasse, Linz, Upper Austria, Austria-Hungary (present-day Austria) on 23 July 1908. In her youth, she saw Franz Joseph in person when he traveled with train to Linz through Franckstrasse. Her first husband passed away in Russia during World War II. She married Rudolf Wiesmayr in Lustenau, Linz and had one son, Rudolf (born 1948). During the Second World War she worked at the post office in Kleinmunchen. She lived on her own in Kleinmunchen until the age of 99. Her husband died at the age of 88
Following the passing of Anna Medwenitsch on 1 April 2018, Wiesmayr became the oldest living person in Austria. On her 110th birthday, she was completely deaf.
Anna Wiesmayr died in Linz, Upper Austria, Austria on 23 September 2019 at the age of 111 years, 62 days. She may have been the oldest person who was born and died in present-day Austria.
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|Austria's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (V • E)|
Maria Mika • Pauline Horak • Theresia Pichler • Leopold Vietoris • Adda Tinter • Marianne Habekost • Hermine Gorsak • Karoline Theyrer • Rosa Broz • Hermine Hermann • Anna Rudicky • Hermina Dunz • Hermine Hinner • Hermine Nistler • Cacilia Buchinger • Romana Swoboda • Theresia Sommer • Antonia Kubesch • Julia Zohrer • Anonymous • Anna Medwenitsch • Anna Wiesmayr • L. P.