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Maypole Pit Disaster Aug 18th 1908   Views: 1332
Survivors   Comments: 5
Photo: RON HUNT   Item #: 26005  
 
Survivors

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Comments by Giovanni, 11th February 2015  
What brave men.
In 6 years they would be cannon fodder in the Great War!!

Comments by tuddy, 11th February 2015  
I don't know about the other two, but Edward Farrell lived until the 1940s.

Comments by maggie, 12th February 2015  margaret@mikerowden.com 
My Grandfather was one of the rescuers.In the book about the disaster, there is a photo of some of them. He is the one on the extreme left.

Comments by Kathleen Duffy, 4th May 2015  kathduffy49@gmail.com 
I believe that Edward Farrell was my great uncle...my grandmother's brother who came from Carrowkeel, Bohola in Co.Mayo.

Comments by Mary Ashton, 10th July 2015  
My grandad William Moore also survived, he was actually listed as one of the dead on the memorial poster. he had left the shift early after feeling ill, but had not handed on his tally. He died wen I was 3 in 1965, in his seventies

 
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