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Lottie
Lottie Flint
(1929 - 2004)

Elaine Longden - Did Joseph Henry Flint (1892 - 1963) Work Down Moorgreen Pit


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Elaine Longden
2 Oct 2014
Did Joseph Henry Flint (1892 - 1963) Work Down Brinsley Pit

Hello Rosemarie and Fionn, Hope you are both keeping well. Do you know which pit Granddad Flint worked at, I cannot find him on the 1911 census. Pauline has been contacted by the local newspaper. They want to interview her about his life. There is an exhibition at Durban House Eastwood, granddads medals are on show; they are covering the first world war. Any info would be great. Are you living in Scotland now? I am living in New Zealand at the moment; I’m hoping to visit home next year. Will look forward to hearing from you.

Moorgreen Pit


Lottie's Father - Joseph Henry Flint

Joseph and Elsie's Wedding Day

Joseph and his mother, Elizabeth Fletcher
Elizabeth 1853 - 1920

Joseph and his wife, Elsie Wardle
Elsie 1893 - 1948

World War I
Heanor Observer

R/4347  Sjt. J.H Flint, llth Bn., K.R.R.C.  Eastwood Notts.


Information from 1901 Census

Moses Flint - Head
Aged 55 - Coalminer Hewer below ground, contractor worker
Born Codnor Parish 1846, Derbyshire, England
Wife's name:- Elizabeth - aged 46, Born Heanor, 1855
Address:- 23 Cromford Road

Hewer:- Coal face worker who works coals, cuts and loosens the coal with a pick, referred to as ragging in some pits.



Joseph and Elsie with baby Joseph (1916 - 1943)

 

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