Jadwiga Mlynek
Jadwiga Mlynek
Jadwiga Młynek at age 105
Birth: 1 October 1905
Kalisz Russian Empire (now Kalisz, Greater Poland, Poland)
Death: 1 August 2015
Kalisz, Greater Poland, Poland
Age: 109 years, 304 days
Country: PolandPOL
Centenarian

Jadwiga Mlynek [Polish: Jadwiga Młynek] (1 October 1905 – 1 August 2015) was a Polish centenarian.

Biography

Jadwiga Mlynek was born in Kalisz, Russian Empire (now Kalisz, Greater Poland, Poland), on 1 October 1905. She was a life-long resident of the city. Jadwiga Mlynek was believed to be the oldest living person in Poland since the passing of Ludwika Wasowicz on 28 December 2014 until her own death on 1 August 2015 at the age of 109 years, 304 days. Jadwiga Mlynek was the penultimate Polish person to have been born in 1905. After her death the title of the oldest living person in Poland went to Jadwiga Szubartowicz.

Jadwiga Mlynek is presently considered to be the longevity record-holder of the Polish administrative region of Greater Poland Voivodeship.[1]

References


Poland's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (VE)

Jadwiga Zolotucho • Anna Klim • Franciszek KarwowskiMarianna Smolarczyk • Ludwika Kosztyla • Michalina Wasilewska • Wanda Wierzchleyska • Marianna Misiewicz • Jozefa KarczewskaJozefa Stanislawa Szyda • Marianna Mroz • Aleksandra Dranka • Jozefa Bak • Ludwika Wasowicz • Jadwiga Mlynek • Jadwiga SzubartowiczTekla Juniewicz

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