Family History: Giving Thanks to God for Rescuing Me Through Ancestors

Mom and Dad quickly went into a room where they knelt in prayer. Then they hurriedly left the genealogy library where they had been doing research about our ancestors. They were very disturbed by the phone call they had just received from my brother, Larry.

Mom wrote in her history, “I thought (Russell) had passed away … but he was not in his bed or in the house. We rushed home to discover that he had slipped out of the house (walking down the Bamberger Railroad tracks) and that his grand-uncle Ernest Bangerter saved him from an oncoming train. I was so relieved to see him home.“ History of Geraldine Annice Blair Bangerter." Dec. 11, 1987.

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