Letter from Joel and Joseph Johnson, circa 13 May 1842

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That when th[e] Blest Morn doth arrive
That we shall arise from th[e] Tomb
My darling I thee may Reciev
When parting shall no more be Know[n]
 
Died in , May 13 1842 after a lingering, & severe Illness, of two years Amos. P. son of & Julia [Hills] Johnson aged 13 years. He was a member of the church, & firm believer in the gospel, and Evinced his dependence & his reliance in on the Ordinances of the gospel, to the last. He was patient thro’ all his sufferings & fell asleep without a struggle or a groan.
Rest in Peace dearest Brother till Jesus shall come
At the sound of the trumpet come forth from the tomb
Yea come forth from the Tomb <​with gladness & hail​> the blest day
When thou wast released from thy body of clay [16 lines blank] [p. [2]]
 
That when the Blest Morn doth arrive
That we shall arise from the Tomb
My darling I thee may Reciev
When parting shall no more be Known
 
Died in , May 13 1842 after a lingering, & severe Illness, of two years Amos. P. son of & Julia Hills Johnson aged 13 years. He was a member of the church, & firm believer in the gospel, and Evinced his dependence & reliance on the Ordinances of the gospel, to the last. He was patient thro’ all his sufferings & fell asleep without a struggle or a groan.
Rest in Peace dearest Brother till Jesus shall come
At the sound of the trumpet come forth from the tomb
Yea come forth with gladness & hail the blest day
When thou wast released from thy body of clay [16 lines blank] [p. [2]]
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