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 Subject  Date  Description
Wark 17 July 1915 THOMPSON: At Ford, Northumberland, on 10th July 1915, Ann Eleanora eldest daughter of Mrs. Thompson, Ford, and the late Robert Edward Thompson, Wark.
Wark 02 April 1921 Wark War Memorial unveiled on Saturday 26th March by Col. Taylor, DSO.
Wark 13 June 1922 Wark auction mart founder and colliery owner, William Charlton, died at the age of 82.
Wark 07 December 1926 ?) Thomas Taylor of Chipchase Castle and his sister Mrs. Stretfield of London gave ?1000 to the Fleming Memorial Hospital for sick children in Newcastle, endowing a cot in memory of their father.
Wark 16 April 1927 Donation of books to Wall Mechanics Institute by Abel Chapman.
Wark 26 May 1928 Thomas H. Nichol opened his grocery shop in Wark, selling flour, groceries, provisions, stationery, tobacco and patent medicines.
Wark 02 February 1929 Abel Chapman, the famous naturalist, died and was buried in St. Michael?s church. He bought a run-down sheep farm in 1898 and planted the beautiful avenue of lime trees at Houxty on the road to Bellingham.
Wark 28 May 1929 The family of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Henderson of Hill Head, Wark, sailed for Canada on the SS Laurentic to settle there under the New Brunswick Settlement Scheme.
Wark 07 May 1929 The Wark Farmers? Auction Mark Co., Ltd. had a special sale of 170 fat sheep and 15 fat cattle, with the cattle ?3 up on the Christmas sale.
Wark 23 July 1929 Residents complained so much that trees were blocking the view from the Wark Bridge that then owner Mr. Allgood was told by the county surveyor to cut them down.

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