The Bambrough family left Slegwick, North Umberland, England in 1865, sailing on the ship "Kangroo". They landed in New York May 29, 1865. The family lived in Pennsylvania for two years and joined the Church before coming to Utah in 1868. One of their children, Annie was two years old and unable to walk. An Elder told them if they joined the Church and came to Utah, Annie would be able to walk. She sat on her mother's lap in the wagon the whole way. It was a very hard and long journey. Parent's Joe and Margaret Bambrough walked along the way and allowed a sick lady to ride in their wagon. They arrived in Salt Lake City on July 2, 1868. The morning of their arrival, Annie was put down on the ground next to the wagon tongue. She stood there for a few minutes and began to take her first steps. The family later moved to South Weber, Utah, and lived in a one room dugout on the banks of the Weber River. Sage was used for fuel and tallow from beef or mutton was used to make the light. The year 1880 was very sad. The family was stricken with Diptheria. Eight of the family had the disease. Three children died in two weeks. Joseph Bambrough helped build the first railroad through Weber Canyon. The family lived in South Weber for many years and stayed true to the Gospel all their lives. Annie married William H Jones, had 10 children and died in 1939 at the age of 73.