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Ince Hall Colliery and Rose Bridge Colliery

Started by: peter francis (22)

I am interested in the above collieries for the period following the terrible fire damp explosions in the 1850's.
Say from 1860 -1930. I would like to know who owned the mines and who managed them, also what accidents occured during that period. I live near Southampton so its difficult for me to go to local sources
Perhaps "Art" or another member can point me in the right direction in how to find this imformation
Thanking You Peter

Started: 25th Dec 2013 at 22:39

Posted by: tonker (24049) 

There's This. And This tells you a story about Ince Hall and Rose Bridge collieries, owned then by Case and Morris.

Replied: 25th Dec 2013 at 23:43
Last edited by tonker: 25th Dec 2013 at 23:49:13

Posted by: gaffer (6855) 

Click on the year 1800 and the select the decade.

records

Ince Hall

Ince Hall

Replied: 25th Dec 2013 at 23:47

Posted by: peter francis (22)

Thanks Tonker & Gaffer, very interesting.
I am also looking for information on the 2 mines from the 1860's until the mines closed I think in the late 1920's

Replied: 26th Dec 2013 at 13:56

Posted by: gaffer (6855) 

Peter

Notes from the back of a 1928 map.



Replied: 27th Dec 2013 at 15:46

Posted by: peter francis (22)

Thanks Gaffer, just what I was looking for ,very much appreciated ,
peter

Replied: 27th Dec 2013 at 16:38

Posted by: flaggy delf (523) 

Peter be aware of any photos claiming to be of Rosebridge, they are often taken at Douglas Bank Colliery.There are a few though that do seem to be at Rosebridge. The Caroline pit, or deep pit at Rosebridge, was the deepest in the country when first sunk.I have posted a pic of the colliery somewhere on here. It is a bit blurred but I'll find the reference and put it up.

Replied: 29th Dec 2013 at 12:28

Posted by: flaggy delf (523) 

Peter, go onto photos of Wigan, then Album, then people. Scroll down to Morris Family and you will find a pic of a man named Stan Morris with a little dog. Rosebridge is in the background.

Replied: 29th Dec 2013 at 12:32

Posted by: peter francis (22)

Thanks faggy for the picture .reminds us what I it was like in the early 1900's .i used to work in the mines in the 50's
Peter

Replied: 29th Dec 2013 at 23:09

 

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