The story told to me by my grandmother Edna Jean (Burt) McKenzie (Lillian's younger sister born in 1927) is as follows:
In the fall of 1913, Lavina May (Hawley) Burt, had a dream or vision that her youngest daughter Lillian Elnora Burt (Approx 2 years old) was going to die. At the time her husband Ernest Nile Burt was away on Missionary work for the RLDS (Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) church.
She somehow was able to reach Ernest and told him that Lillian was going to die and that he needed to come home. Ernest raced several miles to catch a train in the nearest town. When he returned home, he arrived to find Lillian playing on the living room floor and appearing to be completely healthy. Ernest was upset with Lavina, asking her why she had sent him such a message when Lillian was obviously fine.
Lillian passed away the next day on September 18, 1913.
Lesson Learned: To be very thankful for the time we live in and the medical technology that we have available to us, and most of all my two beautiful children.