[Joanna Muir Brown]
I cannot remember but she put her whole trust in Christ, and scripture flowed from her lips all the time". - - - -I fear poor Annie felt very lonely so far from all her kindred and it gives me a terrible heartache that some of us could not have been with her through all her sickness to soothe and comfort and minister to her. and I am sure we are all inexpressibly thankful that Dan, the one who could do the most, was not too lateI am glad ofPort Norfolk VaFeb 1st 1903Dear Brother John:-Yours of Jan. 16th came safely and should have answered it a few days earlier, for, although you will, doubtless have had a letter from Dan or Mary, or both ere this/ with reference to dear Annie's death yet I want to tell you all I know of her last days - I told Maggie about the letter which I rec'd from Mrs Edwards a few days before, the message came, and which I forwarded 03157[in margin: Do not forget to return Marys letter]
Port Norfolk, Va.
1903 Feb 1
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 28 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0158
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