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  • Alan Beales - Database of Fatalities in the Midlands and Yorkshire Coal Fields
  • Alan Hutsby - Worked at Ormonde Pit And Then at Ilkeston Miners Rescue. 1971 to 1978
  • Alan Murray (Rust) - Hatfield Colliery
  • Albert Sheffield - 'Shef' - was on Ilkeston Mines Rescue Station from 1937 to 1972
  • Anson, Jack - 1921 - 2001, A Story Almost Untold, Charlie Dodd lost his arm, and Grandad Inwood of Golden Valley
  • Arthur Syson - Rescue Station Man Dies Friday 6th September 1957

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  • Eric Minard - I started work at Ripley Pit then I was asked to go on a Mines Rescue Course
  • Ernest Bevin - We need more coal, WW2
  • Ernest James - Had 3 months training at the Mines 'Rescue Station before passing for the position

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G.

  • Gary Roe - The lure of King Coal wages was too good for a 15 year old lad - Poems and Stories
  • George Bell - Shireoaks Colliery, Photos

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H.

  • Havill, Ray - Was brought up on Ilkeston Mines Rescue Station where his father, Les, was a full time member of the Mines Rescue Team
  • Haywood, Darren - Photos, From Bricks to Collieries
  • Henshaw, Joseph - A mine of local information
  • Hutsby, Alan - Worked at Ormonde Pit And Then at Ilkeston Miners Rescue. 1971 to 1978

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J.

  • Jack Anson - 1921 - 2001, A Story Almost Untold, Charlie Dodd lost his arm, and Grandad Inwood of Golden Valley
  • James, Ernest - Had 3 months training at the Mines 'Rescue Station before passing for the position
  • James Findlay - Blenkinsopp And Wrytree Pits
  • Jez C Self - Photographs of Annesley
  • Jim Tilt - Graves - North East England
  • John Jeffrey Street - Worked his way through the ranks to become Superintendent at Mansfield Mines Rescue Station
  • John Doxey - Almost The Whole of the Rotherham Area is Built on Coal
  • John Lumsdon - These Pages Are Dedicated To The Memory Of The 4,495 Plus Miners Who Died In North Staffordshire Mines
  • Joseph Henshaw - A mine of local information

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K.

  • Keith Fletcher - I am the last of a long line of generations of South West Durham miners
  • Kidger, Chris - My interest in Summit Colliery began through researching my family history

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L.

  • Les Calladine - Started work at Ilkeston Mines Rescue Station 1938 on 3 months probation
  • Lumsdon, John - These Pages Are Dedicated To The Memory Of The 4,495 Plus Miners Who Died In North Staffordshire Mines

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P.

  • Pete Searson - Was a long standing and respected friend of Philips. They worked closely together on the Rescue Station and regularly kept in contact right up to Philips death
  • Phillips, Shane - Collection Of Pit Photographs
  • Phil Wyles - Lots about the East Midlands Coal Fields
  • Pounder (Dr.), Colin - My grandad caught sparrows for my grandma to feed the children

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R.

  • Ramsdale, Bill - Bradford Colliery was a fascinating place
  • Ray Havill - Was brought up on Ilkeston Mines Rescue Station where his father, Les, was a full time member of the Mines Rescue Team
  • Roe, Gary - The lure of King Coal wages was too good for a 15 year old lad - Poems and Stories
  • Roebuck, Malcolm - I was a Safety Officer at Sherwood Colliery
  • Robert Bradley - A comprehensive history of mining
  • Robinson, Wilf - Wilf was on Ilkeston Mines Rescue station
  • Ron Summerson - Son of a miner and proud of being one
  • Roy Walker - Joined the NCB in 1958 after British Celanese at Spondon was taken over by Courtaulds

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U.

  • Shaw, Bernard - started off his working life as an apprentice saddler at New Hucknall Pit

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  • Shaw, Bernard - started off his working life as an apprentice saddler at New Hucknall Pit

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