Josie Hinds in 1981.
|Birth:||6 October 1873|
Pleasantville Praire, Wisconsin, USA
|Death:||30 March 1984|
Arapahoe, Nebraska, USA
|Age:||110 years, 176 days|
Josie Hinds (née Walker; 6 October 1873 – 30 March 1984) was an American verified supercentenarian.
Josie A. Hinds was born in Pleasantville Prairie, Wisconsin, as Josie Walker, but lived in Nebraska most of her life. In 1894, she graduated from Odell High School and attended its 85th anniversary in 1976. Hinds was recognized as the oldest surviving graduate. Her husband was Charles N. Hinds. It was mentioned on her 103rd and 104th birthdays that she enjoyed playing the organ & piano, attending Bible study, playing cards, reading, watching sports on television and quilting. Josie died on 30 March 1984, at the age of 110 years, 176 days. Members of her family had also experienced longevity: her brother Joel Aaron Walker (1885–1976) lived to be 90/91, her daughter Lula Alma Hiatt (1898–1988) lived to be 90, her daughter Hazel Bowden (1901–2002) lived to be 100/101.