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Coal Miners of Denton & Haughton

Roll of Coal Miners, Haughton Green Methodist Church, 1900-16 & 1930-47

This roll of coal miners for the townships of Denton and Haughton has been extracted from the parish records of Haughton Green Methodist Church (formerly Haughton Green Wesleyan Chapel). Unless stated otherwise, the men were all coal miners, that is, they were hewers of coal working underground. Note that the same name can occur more than once.

Acknowledgement and thanks are due to the OnLine Parish Clerks Project for the County of Lancashire.

Name (Age)Comments
1901
COOKE Alfred (25)Son
COOKE WilliamFather
SHAW EdwardDeceased
HAGUE UriahDeceased, died 1880, aged 38 years
HAYES WilliamDeceased
LEES James William (31)Son
LEES JosephFather, Pit Deputy, Deceased
1902
ELLOR SamuelDeceased
1903
EDGE FergusDied 1910, aged 64 years
RHODES Samuel
1905
LEES John
1906
SHAW EdwardDeceased
1907
BROWN Samuel
DOODSON ThomasSecretary of Denton Colliery Co
WILLIAMSON John (33)Banksman
WILLIAMSON DavidDeceased
1908
ROBINSON CharlesDeceased
1909
REDFERN JarvisDied 1929, aged 82 years
REDFERN Samuel
1911
REDFERN Samuel
1912
ELLOR SamuelDeceased
1913
STANSFIELD John William (53)Underlooker
STANSFIELD JamesUnder Manager, Deceased
LEES SamuelDeceased
STANSFIELD John WilliamDied 1929, aged 70 years
DOODSON ThomasSecretary of Denton Colliery Co
DIGGLE CharlesDied 1932, aged 77 years
1915
ROBERTS Urias
1931
LEES James William
DIGGLE John
1932
LEES James William
1933
LEAH William
1938
LEES James WilliamDeceased, died 1936, aged 66 years

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