William Smith
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William Smith (abt. 1844 - aft. 1879)

William Smith
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William Smith was killed in the Audenried Coal Mine Explosion on 6-May-1879

William was born about 1844. He passed away after 1879.


  • Accident No. 15.— William Smith, David B. Morgan, John Davis, William Watkins, Sem. Lloyd, and Richard Faull all practical miners, were fatally iujured, by being burned by gas, while in the act, part of them, and all employed to assist in their endeavors to extinguish a fire in the Audenried colliery
  • Report of the inspectors of mines 1879,pg137

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