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Men and mining in Warwickshire

A. W. A. White

Men and mining in Warwickshire

a short account of six ventures in coal mining between Coventry and Nuneaton and the market which they sought to exploit during the period 1595 to 1800

by A. W. A. White

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Published by Coventry Branch of the Historical Association in [Coventry, Eng.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Warwickshire
    • Subjects:
    • Mines and mineral resources -- England -- Warwickshire -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 63-67.

      Statement[by] A. W. A. White.
      SeriesCoventry and North Warwickshire history pamphlets, no. 7, Coventry & North Warwickshire history pamphlets.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA690.C75 C58 no. 7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination78 p.
      Number of Pages78
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5387909M
      LC Control Number72576033

        Mystery surrounds the location and purpose of a SEVEN-MILE long tunnel under Coventry city centre. It follows the discovery of three old photographs showing men at work inside the structure nearly. Books set in Warwickshire, England: [The Little Stranger, The Little Stranger, A Test of Wills, Human Croquet, A Murder at Rosamund's Gate, Th.

      Oliver 65 Series 10" Leather Puncture-Resistant Waterproof Men's Steel Toe Mining Boots with Metatarsal Guard, Black () out of 5 stars 1 $ $ 41Missing: Warwickshire. 63 Bugle Horn, Westhoughton, United Co-operative Coal Mining Society (Limited). 64 Burnden, Burnden, Earl of Bradford. 65 Burnt Hills, Wholaw Nook, Burnley, Executors of .

        Dexter pit was sunk by the old Kingsbury colliery to exploit their reserves to the south. The coal produced was sent overland by an endless under rope and then an over rope system to Kingsbury for preparation. the pit was a single downcast shaft, the return air was underground to Kingsbury. The seams worked were the two yard and the nine foot, two .   A memorial is dedicated to 14 men who died in a Warwickshire mining accident a century ago.


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Young boys were employed in Warwickshire coalfields in the 18th and 19th centuries. 6d a day in A coal account book in the Newdigate archives refers to the use of boys in the Griff colliery in the early 18th century. Young boys were employed in Warwickshire coalfields in the 18th and 19th centuries.

6d a day in A coal account book in the Newdigate archives refers to the use of boys. When the coal industry was nationalised inthere were 20 collieries in Warwickshire; now there are none. The last three pits to close were Baddesley (), Coventry () & Daw Mill () Wale, J.

“The Griff Colliery Company Limited, Warwickshire, A Case Study In Business History” Midland History, Vol (), pp. Mining disaster which killed 14 and caused by falling nail remembered years on. Familes and colliery officials at the top of the Exhall pit shaft, waiting for news of the trapped miners.

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The Exhall Mining Company incorporated in with a capital of £50, in £1 shares. In a limited company was formed by Edward Wilson who died inthen the colliery was run by his executors. The mining memorials are in the form of half a pit winding wheel set on a stone plinth.

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When the countries coal mines were nationalised inthere were nineteen collieries in the Warwickshire coalfield. This book shares Warwickshire's miners memories, together with the many superb photographs, to give the reader a remarkable insight into the lives and working conditions experienced by those who worked in the Warwickshire collieries during the recent.

The female criminals of nineteenth-century Warwickshire were far from the delicate gentle sex of popular belief. Gangs of prostitutes lured men into the back alleys of Birmingham to rob them with such extreme violence that the city reeled with shock.

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Recommended reading for every destination on earth: We found 95 books set in Warwickshire. This is a database of overrecords containing the details of coalmining accidents and deaths in the UK.

Some names are shown as "Witheld" - this is for reasons of Data Protection and relates to all records of people injured since Information about disasters within the UK mining industry durng which 5 or more miners died.

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The book contains over pages with plus photos and scans of documentation including rare maps and mining memorabilia. The section on mining includes detailed engineering records and draws upon years of research by noted local historians and the Morley Report which followed the Mining disaster in which 32 men were sadly killed.This is about the history of the county Warwickshire situated in the English Midlands.

Historically, bounded to the north-west by Staffordshire, by Leicestershire to the north-east, Northamptonshire to the east, Worcestershire to the west, Oxfordshire to the south and Gloucestershire to the south-west. Areas historically part of Warwickshire include Coventry, Solihull, Sutton Coldfield and a.Mud Men: Pocket Miners of Southwest Oregon—Part I.

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