BOWLES June 26, 1908, Arthur Bowles, of Harrisburg, machine runner, aged 28 years, married, employed at the O'Gara Coal Company's No. 10 mine, Eldorado, Saline County, by being run over by a loaded trip of cars.

Pittsburg, O., loader, aged 18 years, single, while taking down top coal in his working place at the face of the second east entry off the second southeast in the Harrisburg Southern Coal Company's mine, Grayson, Saline County, was instantly killed by a falling rock from the roof. BOWMAN May 19, 1943, Carl Branch, of Herrin, laborer, aged 42 years, married, died from injuries received the previous day, July 17, 1941, when rock fell on him in Peabody Coal Company's No. Roy Bruce, of Eldorado, driver, aged 21 years, single, was killed in the O'Gara Coal Company's No.

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They were pulling down some top coal and, while working, the weight swung the props and the fall caught them before they could get in the clear. October 23, 1911, George Edwards, of Harrisburg, miner, aged 28 years, married, was killed by an explosion at O'Gara Coal Company's mine No. He leaves a widow and one child See : Explosion January 27, 1923, George Edwards, of Gaskin City, miner, age 32 years, married, died from injuries received ten days earlier by a fall of rock in O'Gara Coal Company's No. In order for the driver to pass this car it was necessary for the deceased to move away and upon request he was doing so when he backed into a shallow hole became overbalanced and fell into the machine wires with the back of his neck against a live wire and in a sitting position upon the dead one. See : Gas Explosion in Peabody Coal Company's Mine No.

He was taken off almost immediately by the men who were with him arid a prolonged attempt made by first aid men to resuscitate him but with no success. EVANS August 14, 1939, Henry Evans, of Wasson, miner, aged 24 years, single, died from injuries received two days before in the Wasson Coal Company's mine, Wasson, Saline County. Deceased had been warned not to go under this part of roof, as the slate was "working" and would fall but he did not heed the warning. FLETCHER December 28, 1941, John Fletcher, of Harco, electrician, aged 41 years, married, was killed in a gas explosion in Peabody Coal Company Harco Mine No. 47 FODOR October 1, 1928, Arthur Foster, of Harrisburg, machine loader, aged 21 years, single, was killed in the No. 1 room, fourth southwest, when a premature explosion occurred, killing him instantly. Galminas, of Ledford, miner, aged 35 years, married, was killed at the working face of his room by a piece of draw slate falling and breaking his neck.

3 of the O'Gara Coal Company, Harrisburg, Saline County, was killed by falling coal. GOFF December 18, 1910, John Goff, of Harrisburg, mine examiner, aged 28 years, married, was killed by an explosion of gas in O'Gara Coal Company's mine No. Deceased had gone down on this Sunday morning to make an examination of the mine before the day shift entered. GRIMES December 23, 1916, Frank Grimes, of Dorrisville, motorman, age 21 years, single, was instantly killed when a pit car, which had been derailed and which he was blocking up, toppled over and crushed his head, in Saline County Coal Company's No. The size of the timber was 6 x 6 inches, and seven feet long. HOSNAK June 23, 1908, Louis Hosnak, of Harrisburg, miner, aged 23 years, single, employed by the O'Gara Coal Company at mine No. The engineer, getting one bell, took the cage away and Jckette was precipitated forward, part of his body hanging over the cage, in which position he was caught across the middle between the cage and the wall of the shaft. JENELLS February 15, 1913, Fred Jenells, of Eldorado, miner, aged 27 years, married, was killed in the No. Deceased had brought his mule to assist another driver in placing a car onto the track on the haulage entry. November 13, 1920, Bert Jones, of Galatia, triprider, age 38 years, married, died from injuries received December 16, by pit cars, in Peabody Coal Company's No.

An explosion occurred in the 14th Southeast entry, and his body was found by a rescuing party near No. GRAVES October 11, 1927, James Greer, foreman (bottom boss), of Wasson, age 28 years, married and Steve Ego, foreman (room boss), of Harrisburg, age 35 years, married, were killed in Wasson Coal Company's No. Greer leaves a widow and one child and Ego leaves a widow. GRIFFITH July 23, 1925, William Griffin, of Harrisburg, motorman, age 40 years, married, was killed when two motors collided, in Saline County Coal Corporation's No. This bunting had been knocked loose several times before; it was, therefore, deemed carelessness on the part of the persons in charge of the sinking that it was not securely fastened. HESS November 30, 1926, John Hine, of Eldorado, miner, aged 30 years, married, was killed as a result of a blownout shot in the mine of the Eldorado Coal Company, Eldorado, Saline County. See : Blown-Out Shot HOBBY October 8, 1907, John Hobby, of Harrisburg, machine helper, aged 34 years, married, employed by the O'Gara Coal Company in mine No. 1, located three miles north of Harrisburg, Saline County, was killed instantly while working in No. See : Gas Explosion at Grayson June 19, 1931, George Hunter, of Harrisburg, miner, age 32 years, married, was killed in a gas explosion occurred in Harrisburg Colliery Company's Harco mine. See : Gas Explosion in Harrisburg Colliery Company HUTCHINSON October 24, 1935, Henry Jacobs, of Harrisburg, mine examiner, age 53 years, married, died from burns received in a gas explosion , August 18, in Saline Co. 10 Mine, O'Gara Coal Co., Eldorado, Saline County, by falling rock. JENNINGS May 25, 1917, Truman Jennings, of Wasson, driver, age 20 years, married, was killed in Wasson Coal Company's No. After placing the car he turned his mule to pass between the car and rib when the other driver's mule started pulling the car and catching him between the car and coal rib. November 18, 1921, Elbert Johnson, of Cottage Grove, laborer, age 33 years, single, and Omer Dick, of Christopher, laborer, age 22 years, single, were killed in O'Gara Coal Company's No.

Fritts to pull his shuttle car under the tail of the loader for support and Mr. Winters and his crew proceeded to free the victim at which time Mr. BOATRIGHT November 24, 1948, Loyd Boatright, of Pittsburg, loading machine operator, aged 42 years, married, died from injuries received the previous day, November 23, 1948, from a fall of rock in Peabody Coal Company's No. See : Gas Explosion in Harrisburg Colliery Company BURCH January 4, 1909, Jesse Burch, of Eldorado, miner, aged 34 years, married, was employed in the Eldorado Coal and Mining Company's No. Burleson, of Eldorado, machine runner, age 35 years, single, was killed in O'Gara Coal Company's No. Deceased had gone into a room to see if it was ready lo start working in. September 26, 1918, William Clark, of Eldorado, timberman, age 37 years, married, and Ernest Sullivan of Eldorado, miner, age 28 years, married, were killed in Saline County Coal Company's No. They were setting some timbers and a fall of slate caught them, killing Clark instantly; Sullivan lived a few hours. CLAYTON January 17, 1922, Virgil Clayton, of Wasson, trip rider, age 23 years, single, was killed by a motor in Wasson Coal Company's No. Deceased jumped off motor while in motion to turn the switch.

BOKE September 26, 1910, John Boke, of Muddy, miner, aged 27 years, single, was killed by the electric current in mine No. BOND April 24, 1945, Joe Borden, of Harco, loader, age 46 years, married, was caught between a pit car and the coal face and killed, in Saline County Coal Corporation's No. 47 mine by striking his head against roof, breaking neck. 1 mine, Wasson Coal Company, Wasson, Saline County. BULKLEY August 31, Lyman Bulkley, of Harrisburg, miner, age 18 years, single, was killed in a gas explosion occurred in Harrisburg Colliery Company's Harco mine.10 mine at Eldorado, Saline County, was delivering powder and was taking a keg to the face of eighth west entry off north, when it exploded burning him about the face, arms and legs. They had just sent a car away and deceased started to pass to the other side of shaft, and directly under the car that was being hoisted, when a piece of rock fell from the car, striking him on the head and killing him instantly. November 6, 1933, Ross Davis, of Carrier Mills, motorman, age 39 years, married, was killed by motor in Sahara Coal Company's No. Deceased was coming to the bottom at quitting time and ran into motor ahead of him. Instructions had been given by the mine manager about one hour before the accident to set props under the roof; deceased promised to do so, but failed to do as instructed. Easton, of Grayson, miner, age 23 years, married, was killed by an explosion of gas in Saline County Coal Company's No. Dunn, of Galatia, miner, aged 32 years, married, working at the St. October 1, 1944, Wesley Edwards, of Eldorado, motorman, aged 49 years, married, died from injuries received on July 15, 1944, when he was caught between a car and a prop in Dering Coal Company's No. ESTES January 13, 1917, John Estes, of Eldorado, loader, age 46 years, married, was electrocuted in Eldorado Coal and Mining Company's mine, Eldorado, Saline County.November 19, 1933, James Davis, of Eldorado, miner, age 47 years, married, died from injuries received the day before, when struck by falling rock, in Sahara Coal Company's No. He was knocked off in front of motor, which ran over him. September 18, 1928, Elmer Deaton, of Harrisburg, trip rider, age 25 years, married, was killed in Saline County Coal Company's No. DURHAM January 9, 1914, Charles Durham, of Eldorado, miner, aged 53 years, married, was loading coal in cross-cut between No. 10 rooms on the twelfth east, south entry in the Eldorado Coal & Mining Company's mine, Eldorado Saline County, when a piece of slate weighing about 1,000 pounds fell on him, causing injuries from which he died the following day. Louis Coal & Coke Co.'s mine, Galatia, Saline County, were killed at the face of their room by a fall of slate. November 27, 1914, Reese Edwards, of Eldorado, flagman, age 19 years, single, was fatally injured while working in the O'Gara Coal Company's mine No. Deceased was standing at his switch, while a trip of loaded cars were passing, when one of the cars left the rails, crushing him against the rib, causing injuries which resulted in his death at p. Deceased was sitting in an entry cross-cut near his working place and close to a loaded car. They immediately transported him to the top and then by ambulance to Doctors Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. BENNETT October 4, 1920, John Bennett, of Harrisburg, miner, aged 40 years, married, employed at mine No. Deceased leaves a mother who was dependent on him for support. He died within an hour after the accident, leaving two dependents. Burnett, of Marion, night chief electrician, aged 30 years, married, died from injuries received the previous day, December 27, 1951, at Peabody Coal Company's No. BUSIER October 21, 1935, William Busier, of Galatiea, motorman, aged 50 years, married, electrocuted in mine No. Calhoun, of Grayson, shot firer, aged 28 years, married, as killed by an explosion in the Harrisburg Southern Coal Company's Nigger Hill mine at Grayson, Saline County. They were almost through shooting and from the account given by the County mine inspector, had lighted two or more shots at the same time, resulting in an explosion of carbon monoxide and marsh gases. See : Gas Explosion at Grayson CAMPBELL October 6, 1908, Theodore Campbell, of Grayson, miner, aged 30 years, married, was killed by powder explosion occurred at the Harrisburg and Southern Coal Company's mine, Grayson, Saline County. See : Powder Explosion CANNON January 29, 1945, Chas. CIMONNETI February 19, 1913, Gilbert Clark, of Eldorado, triprider, aged 36 years, died from injuries received October 11, 1935 from fall of rock in mine No. COBB December 28, 1941, Mc Coy Cobb, of Eldorado, electrician boss, aged 36 years, married, was killed in a gas explosion in Peabody Coal Company Harco Mine No. 47 COLE October 6, 1919, Arthur Cole, of Eldorado, machine runner, age 23 years, single, was killed in Dering Mines Company's No. Deceased was helping to bar back the machine when the bar he was using slipped and he fell on the machine and against the controller handle and electrocuted. When they got to the loader and put the oil in, Mr. Beam that the oil line fitting on the boom lift jack on the operator's side was leaking, therefore, Mr. Beam crawled between the tail boom and the bumper to tighten the fitting, in the process of tightening it, he twisted the fitting off, releasing all the pressure from the boom lift jacks causing the bumper on the loader to raise to the tail's boom mashing Mr. Winters checked for a pulse and said the victim was not breathing and had no pulse. BLAKE June 12, 1928, Ernest Boatman, of Harco, trip rider, aged 44 years, married, was killed when he lost control of the trip due to sand and wet rails in Peabody Coal Company's No. 1 mine, Eldorado, Saline County, when he met his death from a blown out shot burning his face, arms and hands; he died the next day; he leaves a widow and three children. There was a large piece of slate resting on five props close to the face and it is presumed that he knocked out these props allowing the slate to fall. BURTIS December 8, 1930, John Bush, of Harrisburg, sinker, single, employed by the New Coal company, Harrisburg, Saline county, was killed by falling out of the sinking bucket to the bottom of the shaft, a distance of 30 feet. He jumped too high, struck his head against the roof, and fell back in front of motor, which ran over him. See : Gas Explosion in Peabody Coal Company's Mine No.Deceased was loading his car near a large block of loose coal and concluded to push it away and roll the block over. BARDOS November 5, 1921, Paul Bardos, of Harrisburg, miner, age 48 years, married, died from injuries received the day before by a fall of coal in Saline Gas Coal Company's mine. BARNABY October 23, 1911, Samuel Barnaby, of Harrisburg, miner, aged 36 years, married, was killed by an explosion at O'Gara Coal Company's mine No. When he reached a point about 150 feet from the main road he jumped off the motor and rolled back under the cars which ran over him. BATTY February 26, 1917, Earnest Batty, of Eldorado, driver, age 23 years, married, was killed in O'Gara Coal Company's No. Deceased was driving a team from a mule parting to a motor parting with two loads and had reached the motor parting and evidently was unhooking the tail chain when he fell, the front car running upon him, killing him instantly. BAUGH February 12, 1922, Joe Bazulis, of Dorrisville, miner, aged 39 years, married, working at O'Gara mine No. 4 of the O'Gara Coal Company, Harrisburg, Saline County, was fatally burned by igniting the gas in his working place in the No. Both Cousart and his partner were warned of the presence of gas on the morning of the accident; they removed the board bearing the examiners' mark on the morning of the accident and supposed they had brushed all the gas out before going to work; after loading one car, Cousart's partner, H. DALTON October 1, 1940, Orval Daugherty, of Harco, electrician, aged 40 years, married, was killed in a gas explosion in Peabody Coal Company Harco Mine No. They decided to go back and get another loop and in doing so Mr.