Dies suddenly leaving bride of three weeks [William G. Lark]
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 20 Jul 1928, p. 28

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William G. Lark, brother of Mrs. H. G. Hodgkins, 602 Maple avenue, Wilmette, died suddenly on July 6 after returning from a wedding trip taken with his bride of three weeks.

Mr. Lark was well known in Paris, Tex., where he lived with his mother about twenty years while engaging in the cotton business. He was a World War veteran, a Son of the Revolution, and an active member of the Elks lodge in Paris.

Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe Lark of Chicago; his mother, Mrs. H. C. Lark, of Paris, Tex.; two sisters Mrs. C. W. Mckellar, of Niles, Ill., and Mrs. Hodgkins, of Wilmette; and one brother, Frank S. Ayres, of Chicago.

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20 Jul 1928
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Ayres, Frank ; Hodgkins, H. G. Mrs. ; Lark, Elizabeth ; Lark, H. C. Mrs. ; Lark, William ; Mckellar, C. W. Mrs.
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    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Dies suddenly leaving bride of three weeks [William G. Lark]