Coal Miner Hewer

  • The Story of British Coal In Photographs: 1900-1930 - Flashbak

    Dec 18, 2015· A double-page newspaper report, published 18th October 1913, on Britain’s worst-ever mining disaster at the Universal Colliery at Senghenydd, Glamorganshire, South Wales. 439 miners were killed in an explosion and fire at the mine on 14th October 1913.

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  • Washingtondocs - HOBIN surname

    William COXGROVE, boarder, single, 46, Coal Miner Hewer, born in Ireland. Ages and place of birth do not tally. 1911 CENSUS free results - Usworth Colliery. HOBIN, Michael 32, Margaret 34, John 9, Annie 5, James 4, Sarah Agnes 1. MARRIAGE - Mary HOBBIN and Patrick DOUGHERTY, 27 June 1891 at Washington Roman Catholic Church

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  • What does a Coal Miner do? (with pictures) - wiseGEEK

    Feb 10, 2021· A coal miner can perform a number of tasks around a coal mine, depending on the type of mine where he or she works. Despite significant safety improvements, coal mining continues to be an extremely dangerous occupation, and no matter what kind of work a coal miner does, it's necessary to be physically fit in addition to being attentive and ...

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  • The Blower Family – Wrexham History

    Thomas was a coal miner/hewer. They had been married 7 years and three of their four children had survived. They were: 7-year-old Ivor Blower; 3-year-old George Blower and 1-year-old Sarah (04) Ann Blower (born 31 st July 1909).

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  • Hewer - Wikipedia

    What is a coal hewer ? - Forest of Dean FHT Forum

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  • 43 Pictures That Show The Dust And Sweat Of Britain’s Coal ...

    Dec 18, 2015· Miners doff their helmets at Queen Elizabeth II at Rothes Colliery, Fifeshire, where she made her first descent of a coal mine. She spent half an hour underground. 19. 1964.

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  • Agnes Wheeldon - Historical records and family trees ...

    His occupations were Coul Hewer Below, Coal Miner Hewer, Coal Miner Hewer, Coal Miner Hewer, Tailors Assistant, Scholar, Clothier and Coal Miner Hewer. They had 10 children: Linda Cook (born Wheeldon), Arthur Webster Wheeldon and 8 other children. Agnes lived in 1891, at address.

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  • Travellers Rest | Griffydamhistory

    William Batson was landlord at the Travellers Rest in the 1901 census and was given as a beer retailer and coal miner hewer. He had also previously been landlord at the Rising Sun from mid 1886 to mid 1893. William was born in 1850 in Hardwick, Bucks and his wife Susan was born 1851 in …

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  • +Bagley William: Lance Corporal 26/87C... - Seaham & The ...

    John Thomas Bagley, Nephew, Single, Age 13, Coal Miner Driver, Born Durham Seaham. Betting At New Seaham: 9.9.1910 William (Baggeley), Miner, was charged with Street Betting at …

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  • William Parton BAGNALL & Sarah SYLVESTER

    1891 census, Coal Miner aged 33 with wife Maria and 5 children at 24 Reform Row, Nether Hoyland, Elsecar. Ref 3779/folio 39/page 7. 1901 census, Coal Miner Hewer aged 43 with wife Maria and 9 children at 152 Reform Row, Nether Hoyland. Ref 4322/folio 122/page 33.

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  • William Walters (1855-) | WikiTree FREE Family Tree

    Aug 10, 2020· Walters William 47 1854 Head Coal Miner Hewer Swanwick, Derbyshire RG13/3139/F? Walters Ann 45 1856 Wife Swanwick, Derbyshire Walters Mary J 21 1880 Daughter Blackwell, Derbyshire Walters John J 19 1882 Son Coal Miner Hewer Swanwick, Derbyshire Walters Joseph 16 1885 Son Coal Miner Pony Driver In Mine Below Swanwick, Derbyshire

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  • 1901 CENSUS OF STANLEY - Ancestry

    44 HARRIS John Head M 22 Coal miner hewer Stanley HARRIS Elizabeth Wife M 22 Stanley HARRIS Edward Bardill Son 1 Stanley 45 TOMLINSON William Head M 48 Coal miner hewer Shardlow TOMLINSON Mary Ann Wife M 43 Loughboro', LEI TOMLINSON Annie Millicent Dau 12 Smalley TOMLINSON Florrie May Dau 2 Stanley 46 HART Geo Henry Head M 40 Coal miner hewer ...

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  • Genealogy - Descendants of William Nicholas

    In 1911, a coal miner (hewer), living with his brother David. [ref. 1f,1g,1h] Jane NICHOLAS, b. ca. 1864 at Llanychlwydog. In 1871, a scholar, living with her parents. [ref. 1d] Perhaps related: John NICHOLAS occupied a plot of land in Llangolman parish (proprietor John …

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  • Barnsley Soldiers Remembered: Thomas Goldsby West 1891-1916

    Aug 08, 2014· 1911: 18 Station Lane, Coal Miner Hewer married at St Catherines Church, Sandal on 24 March 1883 to Mary Margaret Green b.1864 Milnthorpe, Yorkshire Position in family: The sixth of 14 children (4 died before 1911) 1. Emma Goldsby West b 1883 2. George Goldsby West b 1884 (died in infancy) 3. Eliza Goldsby West b

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  • Genealogy - Descendants of Morgan Morgan

    In 1901, a coal miner (hewer), living at 43 Tallis Street, Cwmparc, with his wife Ann and their children Thomas, Johnny, Ann Jane, Alice, William, Evan, Benjamin, Margaret, Martha, and Rebecca. In 1903, the Art Union (of Cwmparc?) held a raffle to raise money for John (the exact purpose is unclear). In 1911, a coal miner (hewer), living at 55 ...

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  • Trappers, Hurriers, and Hewers: Working in a Coal Mine ...

    Mar 12, 2015· Thomas Thomas’ early life, his employment – first as a shepherd, later as a coal miner – is mentioned in family held sources, but we have no details of how old he was when he took each of these jobs. Clearly, working in a coal mine would have been chosen out of necessity – it must have paid a lot better than herding sheep.

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  • Grim Times for an 18th Century Coal Mining Family ...

    Oct 16, 2016· The most common occupation in my family tree is “coal miner”. Unsurprising given my paternal and maternal West Riding roots. As a result I've spent quite a bit of time researching the history of coal mining: the social and political aspects as well as the general occupation and its development through time. This research could…

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  • Robert Tait Armstrong (1878–1946) • FamilySearch

    They were the parents of at least 1 son and 2 daughters. He lived in Prudhoe, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom for about 10 years and Crawcrook, Durham, England, United Kingdom for about 10 years. In 1911, at the age of 33, his occupation is listed as coal miner hewer in Crawcrook, Durham, England, United Kingdom.

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  • Coal Miner/Hewer/Collier - British Genealogy

    Apr 28, 2008· Coal Miner/Hewer/Collier Is there a difference between the 3 terms? Thanks 28-04-2008, 6:27 AM #2. Peter Goodey. View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Reputation beyond repute Join Date Oct 2004 Location Kent Posts 16,685. Collier and coal miner are basically synonymous although collier might be taken to ...

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  • Barnsley Soldiers Remembered: August 2014

    Aug 09, 2014· 1911: Coal Miner Hewer 52 Heelis Street, Barnsley married at St Mary's, Barnsley on 7 April 1882 to Sarah Ann Rose (maiden name Ward) b.1862 Barnsley d.1942 Barnsley Position in family: 8th out of 10 children (2 died before 1911) 1. Albert Rose b.1883 2. Walter Rose b.1884 d.1909 3. Joe Rose b.1886 d.1899 4. Vincent Rose b.1888 5. Edwin Rose b ...

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  • Trappers, Hurriers, and Hewers: Working in a Coal Mine ...

    Mar 12, 2015· Being strong was an advantage for handling the work of a coal miner; it is also possible that working in a coal mine could have stunted his growth. As the demand for coal increased, the mines went deeper and deeper, reaching up to two kilometers below the surface. The deeper they went, the more dangerous they became.

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  • Tonypandy Riots – Cutlock & Co

    Granddad, Levi (Len) Watkins, was a coal miner living in David Street at the time, in the 1911 census age 16 shown as ‘Coal miner helper’, and at time of signing up in 1916 was employed by Cambrian Colliery. His elder brother William was in 1911 shown as ‘Engine Plane (below ground)’ and father John, age 42 ‘Coal miner – hewer’.

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  • Margaret Clish - Historical records and family trees ...

    His occupations were Coal Miner Hewer - The hewer is the actual coal-digger. Whether the seam be so thin that he can hardly creep into it on hands and knees, or whether it be thick enough for him to stand upright, he is the responsible workman who loosens the coal from the be, Coal Miner, Coal Miner, Coal Miner, Coal Miner Hewer - The hewer is the actual coal-digger.

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  • What is a coal hewer ? - Forest of Dean FHT Forum

    Mar 18, 2009· one who cuts Coal <- aka Coal Miner> The hewer is the actual coal-digger. Whether the seam be so thin that he can hardly creep into it on hands and knees, or whether it be thick enough for him to stand upright, he is the responsible workman who loosens the coal from the bed.

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  • | Lakesidetrader

    Here's an early, personalized Model 1934 RAD EM Subordinate Hewer (Reichsarbeitsdiens Haumesser für Mannschaften und Unterführer) by Carl Julius Krebs of Solingen. The matte finished blade on this one has some sharpening that has removed some of the motto. …

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  • Coal Miner Hewer Wages (The Common Room) - RootsChat.Com

    Re: Coal Miner Hewer Wages « Reply #3 on: Friday 19 June 15 16:28 BST (UK) » I've been told that wages did vary a lot at that time, from place to place - and that Wales was an area that paid less than Cumberland (modern Cumbria) at the time.

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  • Family of Thomas YOUNGER and Dorothy GRAY

    William G Younger 67 Head Coal Miner Hewer John H Younger 43 son Coal Miner Hewer William M Younger 22 grandson Coal Miner Hewer Thomas Younger 30 son Coal Miner Hewer Mary E Younger 28 daughter in law Thomas Wm Younger 4 Grandson Annie Younger 10/12 Granddaughter Witness: John Henry YOUNGER . Role: son. Witness: Mary Elizabeth WELFORD .

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  • Hursthouse Name Meaning & Hursthouse Family History at ...

    In 1939, Coal Miner Hewer and Unpaid Domestic Duties were the top reported jobs for men and women in the UK named Hursthouse. 34% of Hursthouse men worked as a Coal Miner Hewer and 92% of Hursthouse women worked as an Unpaid Domestic Duties.

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  • Born 1852 in Wigan, James DOCKERTY - Washingtondocs

    James DOUGHERTY, boarder, single, 26, Coal Miner Hewer, born in Durham Crook. MARRIAGE - Peter DOUGHERTY and Teresa VOSE March quarter 1904, Houghton, Vol 10a, page 644. 1911 CENSUS free results - Sunderland DOUGHERTY, Peter 29 (Coal Miner born in Byers Green), Teresa 25, Frances (f) 6, John James 5, Teresa 3

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  • Durham Mining Museum - Mining Occupations

    The hewer is the actual coal-digger. Whether the seam be so thin that he can hardly creep into it on hands and knees, or whether it be thick enough for him to stand upright, he is the responsible workman who loosens the coal from the bed. The hewers are divided into "fore-shift" and "back-shift" men.

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