|Birth:||19 June 1868|
|Death:||14 April 1979|
Vulaines-sur-Seine, Île-de-France, France
|Age:||110 years, 299 days|
Frederique Noel [French: Frédérique Noël] (19 June 1868 – 14 April 1979) was a validated French supercentenarian.
Frederique Noel was born in France on 19 June 1868. She had taught French at the court of the Habsburgs under Francois Joseph II. She became the oldest recognized living person in France following the death of Marie-Virginie Duhem on 25 April 1978 and the oldest recognized living person in Europe following the death of Katharina Braun of West-Germany on 5 February 1979. Noel herself passed away on 14 April 1979 at the 'Château de Brulys' retirement home in Vulaines-sur-Seine, Île-de-France, France at the age of 110 years, 299 days.