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Book 8 – Retired Surveyor


Chimneys

List of Collieries - Page 1

Collieries & Owners: The list is incomplete and I am continually researching and updating as information is found

Date Colliery Open or Closed Owners
1285 Bilborough working  
  Breaston    
  Denby    
  Wingerworth    
  Wollaton    
1294 Scarsdale    
1296 Alfreton working Monks of Beauchief Abbey
  Morton    
1300 Swanwick    
1305 Cossall working  
  Selston    
  Strelley    
1306 Selston working  
1310 Smotherfly working Monks
1315 Alfreton working  
1316 Cossall   R Willoughby
1320 Morley    
1342 le Vystobbes    
  Smotherfly    
1390 Strelley    
  Morebreck nr Cossall    
  Wodebreck working  
  Wollaton    
  Blackwell    
1430 Codnor   John, Lord de Grey, owner died
1433 Morley Park   R Milner & Co
1440 Belper    
  Birdensor    
  Duckmanton    
  Hanley    
  Morley Park    
  Stanton    
1457 Selston working Walter Arnalde to Beauvale Priory
1499 Chesterfield   Thomas Lecke
  Wollaton    
1520 Kimberley    
  Selston working Monks of Beauvale
1534 Swanwick sunk Thomas Boswell, for 63 years
1537 Swanwick sunk Henry Parker
1550 Bolsover sunk  
  Chesterfield sunk  
  Eckington sunk  
  Heanor sunk  
  Ripley sunk  
  Sutton Scarsdale    
1554 Blackwell working  
  Newbold opened Beaumont
1555 Bilboro’ Closes, Strelley sinkings  
  Holowes sinkings  
1570 Coleorton   Sir Francis Willoughby
  Oakerthorpe (Derbys)   Thomas Henshaw
  Pinxton   Sir Francis Coke
1571 Bilborough    
  Cossall    
  Strelley working Philip Strelley
  Trowell    
  Wollaton   Willoughby
1576 Newbold Moor    
1580 Codnor    
  Hucknall (Huthwaite)    
1586 Coleorton working Henry de Beaumont
1587 Woodsetts    
1590s Hardwick working Bess of Hardwick
1593 Swanwick   Sir Francis Leake
1594 Hucknall (Huthwaite)   Mellers
1597 Strelley sunk Byron family
1599 Fernilee sunk Henry Needham
1600 Fernilee sunk Thomas Bagshawe
  Selston sunk S Morrison
1601 Bilborough sunk Huntingdon & Nicholas Beaumont, for 21 years
      From Sir Percival Willoughby
1603 Strelley sunk Edge, increased production
  Wollaton closed Beaumont
1605 Fernilee working Thomas Bagshawe
1609 Bramcote working Sir Percival Willoughby
1610 Alfreton working well established 1610-1614
  Hardstoft working  
  Pentrich working  
  Pinxton sunk Coke
1611 Duffield   Leased by James I
1615 Eckington  sunk  
  Tibshelf       
  Wingerworth    
1618 Wollaton re-opened  
  Shortwood by Trowell    
1621 Heather   Earl of Huntingdon
1625 Newhall   Hastings
1630 Denby    
  Swanwick Delves   George Turner
1635 Newbold    
1636 Pinxton sunk Coke
  Swanwick Delves   George Turner
1650 Teversal (Fackley) sunk Tomlinson
  Stanton    
  Strelley    
1656 Coleorton sunk John Wilkins
  Strelley sunk Edge
1657 Twentyman (Tibshelf) sunk Rev’d Twentyman
  Wild Hill (Fackley)   Tomlinson
  Carter Lane sunk Haslehurst
1666-1774 New Inn Level sough driven   Molyneux, Carnarvon
1670 Oakthorpe   Thomas Henshaw
  Wingerworth    
1672 Blackwell Delph    
  Pinxton sunk John Coke  (Pinxton Co from 1676)
1675 Broadmarsh Hill Top   Adrian Morewood
  Broomfield    
1677 Kimberley sunk  
1680 Pinxton sunk Coke
  Twentyman Tibshelf closed   Rev’d Twentyman
1684 Kimberley closed Thomas Barber & Thomas Walker
  Swadlincote   Newhall Dethicks
  Stanton   Nadins
  Wingfield    
1690 Smalley   Sam Richardson
1693 Denby   John Lowe
  Donington Park sunk Hastings
  Gresley sunk Hastings
  Heanor sunk Sam Richardson
  Oakthorpe sunk John Wilkins
  Measham sunk Hastings
  Smalley sunk Sam Richardson
  Stretton sunk  
  Swanwick sunk Turner
  Swadlincote sunk Horton
1700 Coleorton, sunk John Wilkins
  Measham sunk John Wilkins
  Newbold sunk John Wilkins
  Oakthorpe sunk John Wilkins
  Ravenstone sunk John Wilkins
  Swannington sunk John Wilkins
  Worthington sunk John Wilkins

 

 

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