1900 - 1994
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|Where the Miners of Silverwood came from, all miners listed on these pages below are linked from the miners list|
|Origins of Miners|
|Do Well Colliery|
|Men of August 1919|
|Mines I - K|
|Mines L - N|
|Mines O - R|
|Mines T - U|
|Mines W - Y|
|Rotherham Main Colliery|
|Wath Main Colliery|
|History of the Mine|
|Tales from the Mine|
|For Your Use|
THE ORIGINS OF SILVERWOOD MINERS
The men below all came from the Stubbin Colliery to work at Silverwood, as per the dates shown below.
Where a miners entry has a link [ more ] , that link will take you to further information on that miner.
Please note that some street names occurred in different localities as in Doncaster Road which could be in Rotherham, Dalton, Thrybergh, or Hooton Roberts. School Street can be Thrybergh or Eastwood Rotherham. Some of the Miners have no address listed.
Where locality is known it will be recorded below. If you know of the locality of a street below that has no locality named please contact me so the list can be completed. Some Street Locations are listed here [ This site ]
The list is in a timeframe format per month and year The month and year is when they signed on at Silverwood.
Please note that this site accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of information contained on the origin pages, but be assured that all information has been accepted by this site as accurate on face value. Should you discover an inaccurate entry please inform me so that entry can be rectified.
Please note there is a protection on these pages containing the
G W ? Hutchinson age 51 living at 53 Neville St Thornhill signed on as a Collier October 1923 New Stubbin
Herbert E Garbett age 24 living at Moorlands Ravenfield signed on as a Collier February 1924 from New Stubbin
Colin Sylvester age 22 living at 43 Doncaster Rd signed on as a Stoneworker January 1925
< see above >
Herbert Cooper? age 36 living at 30 Sarah St Masbro signed on as a Collier January 1926
John Pritchard age 21living at 249 Doncaster Rd signed on as a Fitter February 1927
< see above >
Samuel Scott age27 living at 95 Kilnhurst Rd Rawmarsh signed on as a Collier in February 1928
Peter Crawford worked at New Stubbin 1976-1978 moved to Silverwood working mail train and supplies
There were two collieries named Stubbin, the older Low Stubbin which worked
the Barnsley seam and the New Stubbin Colliery which was to work on the
Parkgate seam, the latter being sunk in 1913 at Greasbrough. Earl Fitzwilliam
was the owner of both mines.
Click here to Add a Name Three Steps Search A : Click on first letter of
your miners surname below
B: Locate your miner, if your miners name is
underlined, click on the link
C: Your miners name will appear at the top of the
new page with details, if there is a link [ more ] then follow that link for
more details of your miner.
Three Steps Search
A : Click on first letter of your miners surname below
B: Locate your miner, if your miners name is underlined, click on the link
C: Your miners name will appear at the top of the new page with details, if there is a link [ more ] then follow that link for more details of your miner.
All information on this site is correct to the extent of my knowledge,
should you spot an error please let me know and that error will be