Location: Rich Hill, Bates County, Missouri
Surnames/tags: Mining_Disasters Missouri Disasters
Contact: United States Mining Disasters
History and Circumstances
- Date: 29 Mar 1888
- Location: Rich HIll, Missouri
- Victims: 24 deaths, 12 seriously injured
- Cause: Explosion
- Note: 23 victims are listed in the Coronor's Jury Verdict.
- Brown, Eddie
- Brown, Henry
- Dick, Robert
- Dullahaunt, M.
- Fernando, R.
- Gray, Newman B.
- Henry, George
- Henry, John
- Jackson, Frank
- Jones, D. C.
- Lee, Old
- Lucas, John
- Marshal, Arch
- Mason, R.
- Neptune, C. J.
- Reed, Ed
- Richards, W.
- Roberts, C. W.
- Roberts, John
- Smallwood, Charles
- Sweeney, G. R.
- Taylor, Wm.
- Williams, J. L.
- Young, William
- Young, C. W. 
Results and Findings
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- ↑ The Butler Weekly Times, Butler, Missouri. April 11, 1888. Page 5.
- ↑ The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland. March 31, 1888, page 4
- ↑ The Philadelphia Inquirer. March 31, 1888, page 4
- ↑ The Butler Weekly Times, Butler, MO. April 4, 1888, page 5
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