LongeviQuest is pleased to announce the age validation of Louisa Froehlich of the United States at age 110. She was born in Washington, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin, United States on 18 September 1864. She was the daughter of Prussian immigrants. Froehlich was also a wife and a mother to 2 children.

Froehlich in an undated photo (Source: Milwaukee Journal)

Froehlich started receiving Social Security payments in 1943 and donated the money to various charities. In September 1974, she became the second documented supercentenarian in the U.S. state of Wisconsin, only after the very first known supercentenarian in the United States, Louisa Thiers (1814–1926), and the first known supercentenarian to have been born in Wisconsin.

Froehlich died in Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s capital city, on 16 April 1975 at the age of 110 years, 210 days. Froehlich was the oldest living person in Wisconsin for an unknown amount of time.

LongeviQuest congratulates Louisa Froehlich’s family on her posthumous recognition.

For more information, please view Froehlich’s Directory Profile here.

LongeviQuest is glad to announce the addition of Anna Traxler to our ever-growing directory of supercentenarians. Her British-born American supercentenarian status was validated by the European Supercentenarian Organisation (ESO) on 29 August 2023.

Anna Traxler was born on 4 January 1893 in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom.

At some point in her life, she migrated to the United States where she married Isadore Traxler (1892-1981). The couple then had two children: Jane Klitsner and Dr. Jerome Jack Traxler.

Traxler passed away on 21 April 2003 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. She was 110 years and 107 days old at the time of her death.

For more information, please visit Anna Traxler’s Directory Profile here.