Harriett (Fadden) Gibson died less than two years after the death of her husband, Arnold R. Gibson. An unusual aspect of her death is that she died, not in Vermont where she lived all her life. She died in Albany, New York, and her body was removed to Worcester, Vermont to be buried next to her husband.
The Burial Permit for Harriett Gibson
SOURCE: New York State Department of Health. Official Burial (or Removal) Permit. 1930. Harriett Gibson. FHL US/CAN Film 2022665, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Click on the link for a PDF copy of the Burial Permit for Harriett Gibson. The permit states:
Harriett Gibson died on 2 Jan 1930 in Albany, Albany County, New York
Harriett was a white woman, who was 63 years old at the time of her death
On 03 Jan 1930, Florence M. Griffith, Deputy Local Registrar, granted a burial permit to [illegible] A. Simmons of Albany, New York to inter the body
Harriett was buried on 04 Jan 1930 in Worcester, Vermont
Two numbers appear on the permit: 38 1/2 in the upper right and 101 in the upper left
Tomorrow: Why was Harriett Gibson in Albany, New York when she died?