Roslyn No. 4 Mine Disaster 1909

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Date: 3 Oct 1909
Location: Roslyn, Kittitas County, Washingtonmap
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History and Circumstances

  • Date: 3 Oct 1909
  • Location: Roslyn, Washington
  • Victims: 10 deaths, # injuries
  • Cause: Explosion & Fire (Coal mine)

Mine History

Mine Disaster Circumstances

Results and Findings

In Memoriam

See the category for a list of the men that died, or were injured, in the coal mine explosion and fire.

Men That Died

Name Sourced Bio Connected Category
Wm. Arundell, Miner, 44, English, married, four children, body not recovered.
Dominick Bartolero, Track layer, 42, Italian, married, four children, body recovered April 16, 1910.
Carl Berger, Carpenter, 48, Danish, married, no children, body not recovered.
James Gurrell, Laborer, 50, American, married, three children, body recovered.
Daniel Hardy, Track layer, 60, English, married, no children, body recovered April 2, 1910.
Aaron Isaacson, Laborer, 26, Danish, married, 3 children, body not recovered.
J. E. Jones, Pumpman, 20, American, unmarried, body recovered.
Otis Newhouse, Outside foreman, 38, American, married, no children, body recovered.
Dominick Pomotich, Track layer, 33, Austrian, married, four children, body recovered.
Phillip Posovich, Track layer, 30, Austrian, married, three children, body recovered.

Men That Were Injured


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