Hebburn 1852 Colliery Disaster

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Date: 6 May 1852
Location: Hebburn, County Durham, Englandmap
Surnames/tags: Mining Disasters England Disasters
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History and Circumstances

  • Date: 6 May 1852
  • Location: Hebburn Colliery, Hebburn, County Durham, England
  • Victims: 22 lives lost
  • Cause: Colliery Explosion

History and Circumstances

  • Date: 18 February 1839
  • Location: Whitehaven William Pit, Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
  • Victims: 23 lives lost
  • Cause: Colliery Explosion
Name Sourced Bio Connected Category
Barnfather, John, aged 19
Batey, George, aged 30
Brooksbank, Allan, aged 26
Coal, James, aged 36
Deans, William, aged 37
English, James, aged 12
Gascoigne, John, aged 31
Greenwell, John, aged 39
Hall, George, aged 27
Johnson, Edward, aged 18
Orr, Joseph, aged 35
Parson, James, aged 22
Pattison, George, aged 22
Peel, John, aged 66
Phillips, Silas, aged 23
Piggsford, John, aged 25
Richardson, Thomas, aged 26
Scott, William, aged 27
Smith, John, aged 33
Wardle, Michael, aged 10
Wardle, Samuel, aged 18
Wear, William, aged 32,

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