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Fatfield Hall Pit Colliery Disaster

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Date: 28 Sep 1813
Surnames/tags: Mining Disasters England Disasters
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History and Circumstances

  • Date: 28 September 1813
  • Location: Fatfield Hall Pit Colliery, Washington, County Durham, England
  • Victims: 32 lives lost
  • Cause: Colliery Explosion
Victims (30 names found)
Name Sourced Bio Connected Category
Curry, George, aged 16
Curry, John, aged 13
Dixon, Charles, aged 24
Dixon, John, aged 20
Dixon, Robert Turnbull, aged 13
Forster, John Baily, aged 18
Forster, Peter, aged 41
Lishman, George, aged 20
Lishman, John, aged 18
Noble, William, aged 7
Oliver, George, aged 51
Oliver, Johnson, aged 13
Pattison, George, aged 16
Pearson, Matthew, aged 13
Proud, Robert, aged 15
Proud, Thomas, aged 11
Proud, William, aged 13
Siddle, George, aged 12
Siddle, John, aged 22
Soulsby, Edward, aged 7
Soulsby, Edward, aged 14
Soulsby, Matthew, aged 9
Southern, Joseph, aged 15
Swinhoe, Robert, aged 40
Swinhoe, Thomas, aged 9
Swinhoe, Wilkinson George, aged 15
Swinhoe, William, aged 36
Thornton, George, aged 15
Usher, Michael, aged 23
Watson, Nicholas, aged 13

Sources

Durham Mining Museum





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