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Military 11 May 1912 The 4th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers applied for leave of absence for their annual camp.
Military 18 May 1912 Birdhopecraig Camp: sale of tenants? stocks: 687 Cheviot and Blackface ewes with lambs, also ewe hogs, 30 home-bred short horn cattle and a few implements.
Military 15 June 1912 The 4th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers held their annual camp at Scarborough ?for their annual fortnight?s training.? The Battalion, whose strength has largely increased during the past recruiting season, will march in some 600 strong.
Military 23 May 1914 The 4th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers got their Battalion orders. Compare 18/07/1914.
Military 27 June 1914 Details of the Territorial Camps. Northumberland Camp was at Greystoke, Durham Light Infantry at Wylam, officers and men of the South Shields and Hebburn Batteries of the 4th Northumberland Howitzer Brigade RFA (TF) at camp two miles from Bellingham.
Military 08 August 1914 (HH) The ?warlike? appearance of the area.
Military 12 September 1914 (HH) Roll of Honour published with names of local volunteers for the Northumberland Fusiliers. Compare 19/09/1914 for additional names.
Military 28 November 1914 (HH) Whole page advertisement for army recruits who should report to Major E. Dixon, 4th N. F. Depot, Hexham.
Military 30 August 1919 Men who enlisted in the Volunteer Army before July 1916 were to be demobilised by 1st November.
Military 16 April 1921 Falstone War Memorial was unveiled on Saturday 9th April 1921 by Lieut. J. R. Elliot with photo of W. P. Collier.

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