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Memorials - Photographs - Page 25

Lindsay Disaster - 14th December 1957

Junction of Station Road and A909, Kelty, Fife

Lindsay

On This Site From 1873 – 1965
Stood The Lindsay Colliery
Where
On The 14th December 1957
Nine Men Lost Their Lives In
An Underground Explosion

Lindsay

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Kinnedar Disaster

Kinnedar 31 May 1895 On the 31st May 1895, about 3.20 pm, seven persons were burned in the Jersey coal seam of No. 2 Pit, Kinneddar Colliery, situated near Dunfermline, in Fifeshire, and owned by the Fifeshire Main Collieries, Limited.

Alexander Thomson, 31, fireman, married, died of burns May 31 1895
Alexander Sharp, 42, coal miner, married, died of burns June 1 1895
William McKenna, 42, coal miner, married, died of burns June 1 1895
Thomas Hunter, 41, coal miner, married, died of burns June 1 1895
George Ramage, 31, coal miner, married, died of burns June 1 1895
John Hunter, 28, coal miner, single, died of burns May 31 1895
George Bell, 28, coal miner, married, died of burns June 1 1895
Frank Sharp, 52, miner, married, fell down shaft
Thomas Sharp, 23, miner, married, fell down shaft [Frank & Thomas Sharp were father and son]

 

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Townhill Park Dunfermline

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