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This was a mines where many were killed. Did you remember a mine cave in?

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Rev Jim

Hudson, OH

#1 May 13, 2011
Gas Explosion In Yukon Mine, Mar 1930
MINE EXPLOSION KILLS 2, ENTOMBS 9.
WORKERS CUT OFF 4,000 FEET BACK IN SHAFT.
HASTILY SUMMONED RESCUE CREWS HOLD LITTLE HOPE FOR TRAPPED DIGGERS. PAIR ESCAPE UNHURT.
VICTIMS BURNED BEYOND RECOGNITION; PIT FILLED WITH GAS, IS BELIEF.

March 26. 1930 (AP) 2 miners were killed and 9 others were entombed today in an explosion in a heading of the Yukon mine of the Crown Coal Co. here. The fate of the 9 entombed has not been determined. Mine rescue crews were attempting to reach the entombed men. There apparently was no fire in the workings. Both of the dead men were burned beyond recognition.
Members of the rescue crews believed there was little chance that the miners unaccounted for would be alive. The explosion was believed to have been caused by gas. It occurred 4,000 feet from the mouth of the mine.
The mine, opened in 1922, is a slope mine. 2 hundred men are employed in it during the day and 25 at night. The blast occurred shortly after 2 a.m. The eleven men entombed were working in the ninth right heading where the explosion happened. 2 others were at work behind the heading and were not aware of the accident. The electric power suddenly was cut off and the men sat down to wait until the power was restored. WHen the power remained off for 3 hours the 2 miners walked from the workings and it was learned then that an explosion had occurred.
The 11 entombed were cutters and scrapers. PAUL PAYES, a scraper, and STANLEY KENDREW, a cutter, were the 2 working in back of the ninth heading and were not aware of the disaster that beset their fellow workers until 4 hours later.
District Inspector A. B. SPENCER, was directing rescue efforts. A mine rescue crew from the United States bureau of mines with headquarters at Pittsburgh, also was enroute to the scene.
The Lima News Ohio 1930-03-26
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Researched and Transcribed by Stu Beitler. Thank you, Stu!

West Virginia Mining Explosions and Accidents 1930
izard Of Air

Bluefield, WV

#2 May 14, 2011
Rev Jim wrote:
Gas Explosion In Yukon Mine, Mar 1930
MINE EXPLOSION KILLS 2, ENTOMBS 9.
WORKERS CUT OFF 4,000 FEET BACK IN SHAFT.
HASTILY SUMMONED RESCUE CREWS HOLD LITTLE HOPE FOR TRAPPED DIGGERS. PAIR ESCAPE UNHURT.
VICTIMS BURNED BEYOND RECOGNITION; PIT FILLED WITH GAS, IS BELIEF.
March 26. 1930 (AP) 2 miners were killed and 9 others were entombed today in an explosion in a heading of the Yukon mine of the Crown Coal Co. here. The fate of the 9 entombed has not been determined. Mine rescue crews were attempting to reach the entombed men. There apparently was no fire in the workings. Both of the dead men were burned beyond recognition.
Members of the rescue crews believed there was little chance that the miners unaccounted for would be alive. The explosion was believed to have been caused by gas. It occurred 4,000 feet from the mouth of the mine.
The mine, opened in 1922, is a slope mine. 2 hundred men are employed in it during the day and 25 at night. The blast occurred shortly after 2 a.m. The eleven men entombed were working in the ninth right heading where the explosion happened. 2 others were at work behind the heading and were not aware of the accident. The electric power suddenly was cut off and the men sat down to wait until the power was restored. WHen the power remained off for 3 hours the 2 miners walked from the workings and it was learned then that an explosion had occurred.
The 11 entombed were cutters and scrapers. PAUL PAYES, a scraper, and STANLEY KENDREW, a cutter, were the 2 working in back of the ninth heading and were not aware of the disaster that beset their fellow workers until 4 hours later.
District Inspector A. B. SPENCER, was directing rescue efforts. A mine rescue crew from the United States bureau of mines with headquarters at Pittsburgh, also was enroute to the scene.
The Lima News Ohio 1930-03-26
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Researched and Transcribed by Stu Beitler. Thank you, Stu!
West Virginia Mining Explosions and Accidents 1930
Wasn't that slope located in Yukon Bottum?<[:){
Wizard Of Air

Bluefield, WV

#3 May 14, 2011
Ps A place called Buck Dip over in the bottum?
Rev Jim

Hudson, OH

#4 May 14, 2011
Wizard Of Air wrote:
Ps A place called Buck Dip over in the bottum?
Yes and I looked at the opening many times over the years and thought of the horror of that day. There is a book (maybe more) and the Welch Library of Mines accidents locations and names of those killed since the 20's
I did a funeral with your Uncle a couple of days ago. We have done many together.When his wife passed about 2 years ago I was there and took care of his church services a lot during her illiness and after she passed. He is a fine fellow and Minister.

Since: May 11

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#5 May 14, 2011
Wizard Of Air wrote:
Ps A place called Buck Dip over in the bottum?
2 Great Resources that I enjoyed are 1. Bloodletting In Appalachia: The Story of WVA's Wars And Other Thrilling Incidents Of Its Coal Field, Morgantown, WVU Library. 2. Life, Work, And Rebellion In The Coal Fields The Southern WV Miner 1880-1922 by Howard B. Lee. Wizard on the I77 going to Camp Creek there is a rest stop and it contains a store that sales many great books such as Rev Jim was discussing plus many other WV artifacts and glassware.
They have a Starbucks, also,. I used a book when I taught because it showed bankers, out houses, and many other WV colloquialisms and it was titled WV Hills. Have a great summer and take care!
Rev Jim

Hudson, OH

#6 May 14, 2011
My Dad was killed at Caples Aug 6, 1948, the roof fell in.
AUG. 6, 1948 Caples, WV NEW RIVER AND POCAHONTAS CONS. COAL CO. BERWIND NO. 11 CAPELS ROOF FALL 6
JAN. 18, 1951 BURNING SPRINGS COLLIERIES CO. BURNING SPRINGS KERMIT GAS EXPLOSION 11
OCT. 15, 1951 TROTTER COAL CO. BUNKER CASSVILLE GAS EXPLOSION 10
OCT. 31, 1951 TRUAX-TRAER COAL CO. UNITED NO. 1 WEVACO DUST EXPLOSION 12
NOV. 13, 1954 JAMISON COAL AND COKE CO. NO. 9 FARMINGTON EXPLOSION 16
FEB. 4, 1957 POCAHONTAS FUEL CO. NO. 35 BISHOP GAS EXPLOSION 37
DEC. 9, 1957 RALEIGH-WYOMING COAL CO. GLEN ROGERS NO.2 GLEN ROGERS MOUNTAIN BUMP 5
DEC. 27, 1957 POCAHONTAS FUEL CO. NO. 31 AMONATE GAS EXPLOSION 11
FEB. 12, 1958 AMHERST COAL CO. LUNDALE LUNDALE ROOF FALL 6
OCT. 27, 1958 POCAHONTAS FUEL CO NO. 35 BISHOP GAS EXPLOSION 22
OCT. 28, 1958 OGLEBAY NORTON COAL CO. BURTON CRAIGSVILLE GAS EXPLOSION 14
MAR, 8, 1960 ISLAND CREEK COAL CO. NO. 22 HOLDEN MINE FIRE 18
NOV. 9, 1962 ISLAND CREEK COAL CO. NO. 28 VERDUNVILLE HAULAGE 3
APR. 25, 1963 CLINCHFIELD COAL CO. COMPASS NO. 2 DOLA GAS EXPLOSION 22
SEPT.28, 1964 ISLAND CREEK COAL CO. NO. 6 BARTLEY GAS EXPLOSION 3
APR. 30, 1965 MOUNTAINEER COAL CO. CONSOL. NO. 9 FARMINGTON GAS EXPLOSION 4
MAY, 3, 1965 DOROTHY COAL CO. NO. 1 GARRISON ROOF FALL 3
OCT. 16, 1965 CLINCHFIELD COAL CO. MARS NO. 2 SARDIS MINE FIRE 7
JUL. 23, 1966 THE NEW RIVER CO. SILTIX MOUNT HOPE GAS EXPLOSION 7
SEP. 10, 1966 THE VALLEY CAMP COAL NO. 3 TRIDELPHIA HAULAGE 4
MAY 06, 1968 GAULEY COAL & COKE CO. NO. 8 HOMINY FALLS MINE INUNDATION 4
AUG. 14, 1968 AMHERST COAL CO. LUNDALE NO. 1 LOGAN ROOF FALL 3
NOV. 20, 1968 MOUNTAINEER COAL CO. NO. 9 FARMINGTON EXPLOSION 78
DEC. 12, 1968 BUFFALO MINING CO. NO. 8B LYBURN MINE FIRE 3
JUN. 11, 1971 EASTERN ASSOCIATED COAL CORP. FEDERAL NO. 2 FAIRVIEW ROOF FALL 3
JUL. 22, 1972 CONSOLIDATION COAL CO. BLACKSVILLE BLACKSVILE MINE FIRE 9
DEC. 16, 1972 ITMANN COAL CO. ITMANN NO. 3 ITMANN GAS EXPLOSION 5
OCT. 02, 1974 COWIN & CO.(CONTRACTORS) MAPLE MEADOW MINE FAIRDALE FALLING MATERIAL 3
OCT. 07, 1974 MONTY BROS. CONST. CO. BOLT SEWELL BOLT FALL IN SHAFT 3
JUN. 05, 1975 EASTERN ASSOC. COAL CORP. HARRIS NO. 2 BALD KNOB RIB FALL 3
NOV. 26, 1975 BETHLEHEM MINES CORP. NO. 105 CENTURY ROOF FALL 3
NOV. 07, 1980 WESTMORELAND COAL CO. FERRELL UNEEDA GAS EXPLOSION 5
DEC. 03, 1981 ELK RIVER SEWELL COAL CO. STILL HOUSE NO. 1 BERGOO ROOF FALL 3
FEB. 06, 1986 CONSOLIDATION COAL CO. LOVERIDGE NO. 22 FAIRVIEW COAL STOR. ENTRAP. 5
MAR. 19, 1992 CONSOLIDATION COAL CO. BLACKSVILLE NO. 1 WANA EXPLOSION IN SHAFT 4
JAN. 22, 2003 CENTRAL CAMBRIA DRILLING CO. MCELROY MINE GRAYSVILLE EXPLOSION IN SHAFT 3
Wizard Of Air

Bluefield, WV

#7 May 14, 2011
One of the worse of them all.
http://einhornpress.com/Monongah.aspx
1901

Since: May 11

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#8 May 14, 2011
Rev Jim wrote:
My Dad was killed at Caples Aug 6, 1948, the roof fell in.
AUG. 6, 1948 Caples, WV NEW RIVER AND POCAHONTAS CONS. COAL CO. BERWIND NO. 11 CAPELS ROOF FALL 6
JAN. 18, 1951 BURNING SPRINGS COLLIERIES CO. BURNING SPRINGS KERMIT GAS EXPLOSION 11
OCT. 15, 1951 TROTTER COAL CO. BUNKER CASSVILLE GAS EXPLOSION 10
OCT. 31, 1951 TRUAX-TRAER COAL CO. UNITED NO. 1 WEVACO DUST EXPLOSION 12
NOV. 13, 1954 JAMISON COAL AND COKE CO. NO. 9 FARMINGTON EXPLOSION 16
FEB. 4, 1957 POCAHONTAS FUEL CO. NO. 35 BISHOP GAS EXPLOSION 37
DEC. 9, 1957 RALEIGH-WYOMING COAL CO. GLEN ROGERS NO.2 GLEN ROGERS MOUNTAIN BUMP 5
DEC. 27, 1957 POCAHONTAS FUEL CO. NO. 31 AMONATE GAS EXPLOSION 11
FEB. 12, 1958 AMHERST COAL CO. LUNDALE LUNDALE ROOF FALL 6
OCT. 27, 1958 POCAHONTAS FUEL CO NO. 35 BISHOP GAS EXPLOSION 22
OCT. 28, 1958 OGLEBAY NORTON COAL CO. BURTON CRAIGSVILLE GAS EXPLOSION 14
MAR, 8, 1960 ISLAND CREEK COAL CO. NO. 22 HOLDEN MINE FIRE 18
NOV. 9, 1962 ISLAND CREEK COAL CO. NO. 28 VERDUNVILLE HAULAGE 3
APR. 25, 1963 CLINCHFIELD COAL CO. COMPASS NO. 2 DOLA GAS EXPLOSION 22
SEPT.28, 1964 ISLAND CREEK COAL CO. NO. 6 BARTLEY GAS EXPLOSION 3
APR. 30, 1965 MOUNTAINEER COAL CO. CONSOL. NO. 9 FARMINGTON GAS EXPLOSION 4
MAY, 3, 1965 DOROTHY COAL CO. NO. 1 GARRISON ROOF FALL 3
OCT. 16, 1965 CLINCHFIELD COAL CO. MARS NO. 2 SARDIS MINE FIRE 7
JUL. 23, 1966 THE NEW RIVER CO. SILTIX MOUNT HOPE GAS EXPLOSION 7
SEP. 10, 1966 THE VALLEY CAMP COAL NO. 3 TRIDELPHIA HAULAGE 4
MAY 06, 1968 GAULEY COAL & COKE CO. NO. 8 HOMINY FALLS MINE INUNDATION 4
AUG. 14, 1968 AMHERST COAL CO. LUNDALE NO. 1 LOGAN ROOF FALL 3
NOV. 20, 1968 MOUNTAINEER COAL CO. NO. 9 FARMINGTON EXPLOSION 78
DEC. 12, 1968 BUFFALO MINING CO. NO. 8B LYBURN MINE FIRE 3
JUN. 11, 1971 EASTERN ASSOCIATED COAL CORP. FEDERAL NO. 2 FAIRVIEW ROOF FALL 3
JUL. 22, 1972 CONSOLIDATION COAL CO. BLACKSVILLE BLACKSVILE MINE FIRE 9
DEC. 16, 1972 ITMANN COAL CO. ITMANN NO. 3 ITMANN GAS EXPLOSION 5
OCT. 02, 1974 COWIN & CO.(CONTRACTORS) MAPLE MEADOW MINE FAIRDALE FALLING MATERIAL 3
OCT. 07, 1974 MONTY BROS. CONST. CO. BOLT SEWELL BOLT FALL IN SHAFT 3
JUN. 05, 1975 EASTERN ASSOC. COAL CORP. HARRIS NO. 2 BALD KNOB RIB FALL 3
NOV. 26, 1975 BETHLEHEM MINES CORP. NO. 105 CENTURY ROOF FALL 3
NOV. 07, 1980 WESTMORELAND COAL CO. FERRELL UNEEDA GAS EXPLOSION 5
DEC. 03, 1981 ELK RIVER SEWELL COAL CO. STILL HOUSE NO. 1 BERGOO ROOF FALL 3
FEB. 06, 1986 CONSOLIDATION COAL CO. LOVERIDGE NO. 22 FAIRVIEW COAL STOR. ENTRAP. 5
MAR. 19, 1992 CONSOLIDATION COAL CO. BLACKSVILLE NO. 1 WANA EXPLOSION IN SHAFT 4
JAN. 22, 2003 CENTRAL CAMBRIA DRILLING CO. MCELROY MINE GRAYSVILLE EXPLOSION IN SHAFT 3
I am so sorry for your loss and I do not know what to say to someone when they loss someone. I deeply regret that this has happened to you. Many great men were lost in coal mining accidents as sure that your father was and was only trying to make a living to support his family. I am truly sorry for your loss!

Since: May 11

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#9 May 14, 2011
Rev Jim wrote:
My Dad was killed at Caples Aug 6, 1948, the roof fell in.
AUG. 6, 1948 Caples, WV NEW RIVER AND POCAHONTAS CONS. COAL CO. BERWIND NO. 11 CAPELS ROOF FALL 6
JAN. 18, 1951 BURNING SPRINGS COLLIERIES CO. BURNING SPRINGS KERMIT GAS EXPLOSION 11
OCT. 15, 1951 TROTTER COAL CO. BUNKER CASSVILLE GAS EXPLOSION 10
OCT. 31, 1951 TRUAX-TRAER COAL CO. UNITED NO. 1 WEVACO DUST EXPLOSION 12
NOV. 13, 1954 JAMISON COAL AND COKE CO. NO. 9 FARMINGTON EXPLOSION 16
FEB. 4, 1957 POCAHONTAS FUEL CO. NO. 35 BISHOP GAS EXPLOSION 37
DEC. 9, 1957 RALEIGH-WYOMING COAL CO. GLEN ROGERS NO.2 GLEN ROGERS MOUNTAIN BUMP 5
DEC. 27, 1957 POCAHONTAS FUEL CO. NO. 31 AMONATE GAS EXPLOSION 11
FEB. 12, 1958 AMHERST COAL CO. LUNDALE LUNDALE ROOF FALL 6
OCT. 27, 1958 POCAHONTAS FUEL CO NO. 35 BISHOP GAS EXPLOSION 22
OCT. 28, 1958 OGLEBAY NORTON COAL CO. BURTON CRAIGSVILLE GAS EXPLOSION 14
MAR, 8, 1960 ISLAND CREEK COAL CO. NO. 22 HOLDEN MINE FIRE 18
NOV. 9, 1962 ISLAND CREEK COAL CO. NO. 28 VERDUNVILLE HAULAGE 3
APR. 25, 1963 CLINCHFIELD COAL CO. COMPASS NO. 2 DOLA GAS EXPLOSION 22
SEPT.28, 1964 ISLAND CREEK COAL CO. NO. 6 BARTLEY GAS EXPLOSION 3
APR. 30, 1965 MOUNTAINEER COAL CO. CONSOL. NO. 9 FARMINGTON GAS EXPLOSION 4
MAY, 3, 1965 DOROTHY COAL CO. NO. 1 GARRISON ROOF FALL 3
OCT. 16, 1965 CLINCHFIELD COAL CO. MARS NO. 2 SARDIS MINE FIRE 7
JUL. 23, 1966 THE NEW RIVER CO. SILTIX MOUNT HOPE GAS EXPLOSION 7
SEP. 10, 1966 THE VALLEY CAMP COAL NO. 3 TRIDELPHIA HAULAGE 4
MAY 06, 1968 GAULEY COAL & COKE CO. NO. 8 HOMINY FALLS MINE INUNDATION 4
AUG. 14, 1968 AMHERST COAL CO. LUNDALE NO. 1 LOGAN ROOF FALL 3
NOV. 20, 1968 MOUNTAINEER COAL CO. NO. 9 FARMINGTON EXPLOSION 78
DEC. 12, 1968 BUFFALO MINING CO. NO. 8B LYBURN MINE FIRE 3
JUN. 11, 1971 EASTERN ASSOCIATED COAL CORP. FEDERAL NO. 2 FAIRVIEW ROOF FALL 3
JUL. 22, 1972 CONSOLIDATION COAL CO. BLACKSVILLE BLACKSVILE MINE FIRE 9
DEC. 16, 1972 ITMANN COAL CO. ITMANN NO. 3 ITMANN GAS EXPLOSION 5
OCT. 02, 1974 COWIN & CO.(CONTRACTORS) MAPLE MEADOW MINE FAIRDALE FALLING MATERIAL 3
OCT. 07, 1974 MONTY BROS. CONST. CO. BOLT SEWELL BOLT FALL IN SHAFT 3
JUN. 05, 1975 EASTERN ASSOC. COAL CORP. HARRIS NO. 2 BALD KNOB RIB FALL 3
NOV. 26, 1975 BETHLEHEM MINES CORP. NO. 105 CENTURY ROOF FALL 3
NOV. 07, 1980 WESTMORELAND COAL CO. FERRELL UNEEDA GAS EXPLOSION 5
DEC. 03, 1981 ELK RIVER SEWELL COAL CO. STILL HOUSE NO. 1 BERGOO ROOF FALL 3
FEB. 06, 1986 CONSOLIDATION COAL CO. LOVERIDGE NO. 22 FAIRVIEW COAL STOR. ENTRAP. 5
MAR. 19, 1992 CONSOLIDATION COAL CO. BLACKSVILLE NO. 1 WANA EXPLOSION IN SHAFT 4
JAN. 22, 2003 CENTRAL CAMBRIA DRILLING CO. MCELROY MINE GRAYSVILLE EXPLOSION IN SHAFT 3
I will look one day this week and see at that store and see if the mining accident that your dad was in is listed. I recall several lists and so many names. If I find it, I will send it your way.
Rev Jim

Hudson, OH

#10 May 14, 2011
I was in the DVD Film "Flaming Rocks" and in some stores in the county. The 2 Hr film was made 2 - 3 years ago, I guest in the War section of this film. If anyone would care to look at the film.
I am a History bluff for McDowell County, WV and have given much to both the website for the county of the last 25 yrs or so. Helping scores with their family tree.
Another horrorable mine story, January 10, 1940, the Pond Creek No. 1 Mine at Bartley, owned by Pocohontas Coal Corporation, exploded at exactly 2:30 in the afternoon killing ninety-one men. Two men standing outside in the cold drizzling rain witnessed a cloud of black dust and bits of paper shoot out of the mine entrance. In the blink of an eye the explosion made bereaved widows of fifty-one women, and orphans of one-hundred and sixty-nine children. The mine shaft was a depth of about 600 feet. Families lived in company-owned houses near the mine. One-hundred and thirty-eight men were in the mine at the time of the blast. The west side of the mine was not affected, and thirty-seven men escaped injury. Another ten men at the bottom of the mine shaft also cheated death. The mine foreman and others near the bottom of the shaft felt a strong rush of air that sounded like a fire siren. The area was instantly with filled thick dust

Since: May 11

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#11 May 15, 2011
Rev Jim wrote:
I was in the DVD Film "Flaming Rocks" and in some stores in the county. The 2 Hr film was made 2 - 3 years ago, I guest in the War section of this film. If anyone would care to look at the film.
I am a History bluff for McDowell County, WV and have given much to both the website for the county of the last 25 yrs or so. Helping scores with their family tree.
Another horrorable mine story, January 10, 1940, the Pond Creek No. 1 Mine at Bartley, owned by Pocohontas Coal Corporation, exploded at exactly 2:30 in the afternoon killing ninety-one men. Two men standing outside in the cold drizzling rain witnessed a cloud of black dust and bits of paper shoot out of the mine entrance. In the blink of an eye the explosion made bereaved widows of fifty-one women, and orphans of one-hundred and sixty-nine children. The mine shaft was a depth of about 600 feet. Families lived in company-owned houses near the mine. One-hundred and thirty-eight men were in the mine at the time of the blast. The west side of the mine was not affected, and thirty-seven men escaped injury. Another ten men at the bottom of the mine shaft also cheated death. The mine foreman and others near the bottom of the shaft felt a strong rush of air that sounded like a fire siren. The area was instantly with filled thick dust
Many documents were destroyed years ago in a fire at the Welch Library many years ago. Some have been replaced and sadly some lost forever. You have my promise that I will try and locate that book and it has all the mining accidents and all the miners name listed in the book. I will exchange my private e-mail or PM and I can send it your way. It acknowledges and gives credit to many miners is what stood out to me.
coalminer

Ona, WV

#12 May 16, 2011
a good book about this is called (and they died in the darkness) my grandfather survived the bartley explosion he said his boss foreman was a preacher

Since: May 11

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#13 May 16, 2011
coalminer wrote:
a good book about this is called (and they died in the darkness) my grandfather survived the bartley explosion he said his boss foreman was a preacher
I am glad that your grandfather survived. A rock slide occurred on the night shift and my father was paralyzed and had to endure many operations to be able to walk. I thank God that his life was spared. Many of the miners were talking about many safety issues going on at this mines and low coal problems and then happens the explosion.

“" THE WORD WAS MADE FLESH!"”

Since: Jun 10

"ISA 53:1.--6 "MATT 10:27"

#14 May 16, 2011
coalminer wrote:
a good book about this is called (and they died in the darkness) my grandfather survived the bartley explosion he said his boss foreman was a preacher
There were 91 men killed that day at Bartley #1 Mines

My father-in-law was in the Mine explosion at Bartley #1 mine

His Brother-in-law was killed...

(20 years and one day later my father-in law died in the Caretta Mines from a Heart attack...)

Ironically.

My Father had gotten a job at Bartley and was supposed to go to work there the day of the explosion...

He had been fire boss at Caretta for several years...but Caretta had been shut down for a while at that time ....

What saved my dad from possible injury or even death that day...

Was

As He was on His way to work at Bartly.

He had stopped off at the Caretta Mine office

Mr Turner the Mine foreman told Him that Caretta was starting back up, and He would have to go down and make a safety check of the mines, for black damp... etc..

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