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Barony - Auchinleck - Page 3

The B-listed structure is the last remaining example of its type in Britain.

Teresa-Ann McNeillie - My father-in-law was killed at Barony Mine in 1975, how can I find his token number?
Gibson Kyle - Looking For Ex-Barony Miners From The '60s, James Wilson, George Montgomery, George Young, Joe Patrick and James Tanner

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Teresa-Ann McNeillie
25 Jul 2016
My father-in-law was killed at Barony Mine in 1975, how can I find his token number?

Hi,
My father in law was killed in the Barony mine in 1975.
While visiting the A frame I noticed a token board.
As a surprise for my husband I want to put a plaque up for him in his dad’s memory.
Can u tell me please how I can find out his token number?
I have the order sheet here for the plaque but would like to get the token number.

Thank you


Robert Fulton McNeillie, miner, 4 Ravenscroft Place, Rankinston, died on 17 Jan 1975 at Barony Colliery, Auchinleck, when he was buried by a fall of stone and coal from the roof

You could try the Scottish Mining Website.


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Gibson Kyle
9 April 2011
Baird Institute - Looking For Ex-Barony Miners From The '60s

Hi, I got an enquiry from the USA trying to trace a few men who were at the Barony in 1961.
They are – James Wilson, George Montgomery, George Young, Joe Patrick and James Tanner. I presume at least one of them came from the Cumnock area. Would you know anyone who might know them or their families?

If you can help with this enquiry you can email me, or drop in to the Baird – Thursday, Friday or Saturday.

Thank you.
Gibson Kyle

Visitor Service Assistant
The Baird Museum
3, Lugar St
Cumnock
KA18 1AD
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