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 Subject  Date  Description
omb 09 July 1885 Villagers in Acomb were excited after the discovery of a bed of coal under 14 acres of land.
Otterburn and Redesdale 02 January 1879 A gloom was cast over Otterburn by the death of the Rev. T. Wearing, who had been the curate of St. John?s church in the village for 20 years.
Otterburn and Redesdale 30 April 1879 An inquest was held into the death of a child, who had drowned when she accidentally fell into the Otter Burn. The coroner pointed out that the burn was in the centre of the village and lacked protection except at the bridge and several accidents had occurred.
Otterburn and Redesdale 09 December 1880 An Otterburn servant girl went missing on the Otterburn Moors. Two weeks later her body was found in snow at Trough End Fell.
Otterburn and Redesdale 20 June 1883 Thomas James, of Otterburn Tower, died aged 76. He was buried in Ovingham. He was one of the oldest magistrates for Northumberland and took an active part in the affairs of the county.
Otterburn and Redesdale 07 November 1883 The Post Office announced that a mounted carrier would travel on weekdays between Otterburn and High Byrness via Rochester.
Otterburn and Redesdale 07 March 1891 Ploughing Day took place at Waterfalls, the farm of Mr. Herdman, on Monday 24th February.
Otterburn and Redesdale 12 September 1891 (HH) A telegraph office opened at Rochester on Wednesday 9th September.
Otterburn and Redesdale 09 January 1892 (HH) John Chisholm of Heatherwick was found dead on the Turnpike road at Cross Bank near Otterburn on Sunday 3rd January 1892.
Otterburn and Redesdale 19 March 1892 Rochester Band of Hope.

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