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John Cumpston mine death Page Bank County Durham England 1897

There is a second John mentioned in the archive:

Cumpston, John Yorkshire and Lincolnshire 1,121 1st 31 Jul 1896
 
Certificate of Competency as a Manager of Mines granted under the Coal Mines Regulation Act, 1887 (50 & 51 Vict. Cap. 58, Secs. 23 and 80) From a list published in 1911 covering the period 1st January 1896 to 31st December 1910

Cumpston, John, 18 Dec 1897, aged 37, Deputy, Killed by a fall of stone while drawing timber at Page Bank. [Also known as South Brancepeth Colliery.]

Name * District in which Examined or Mine (Inspector) No. & Class of Certificate Date of Certificate

Cumpston, J. Newcastle 561 2nd 02 Mar 1889
 Second Class Certificate of Competency as an Under Manager of Mines granted under the Coal Mines Regulation Act, 1887 (50 & 51 Vict. Cap. 58, Sec 23.) From a list published in 1896 covering the period 1888 to 1895

Pagebank Colliery was first sunk in 1851 by a West Hartlepool company. It is now the property of Bell Bros., Ltd. Here the "Busty," 5 ft., is found at a depth of 22 fathoms, worked by two shafts; and the "Brockwell," 3 ft., at a depth of 45 fathoms, also by two shafts. This colliery makes a daily output of 850 tons, 600 of which are converted into coke on the spot, there being 312 ovens. The men and boys employed number 700.

The village of Pagebank is also entirely a colliery village, in this township [Stockley], occupying rather an isolated position on the north bank of the Wear, two miles east of Willington and five west of Durham.

The Pagebank British School was built by the owners of the colliery in 1872 or 1873, and is a good brick building, having accommodation in mixed and infant departments for 400, the average attendance being 260.

The Miners' Institute and Library at Pagebank is a comfortable building, given by the proprietors, consisting of reading, billiard room, and library. There are over 1000 vols. In the library, and the reading room is most liberally supplied.

Whellan's 1894 Directory of County Durham

http://www.dmm.org.uk/colliery/p006.htm#i09836
DURHAM MINING MUSEUM

John's family tree - number 7 in my North East data base

1857 7 Cumpston William born son of Wm Mary Ann

1860 7 Cumpston Jno born son of Wm Mary Ann

1869 7 Durham 10a 374 Cumpston George Cuthbert birth son of Wm Mary and Ann birth free bmd jun Q 1869

1881 7 Page bank Stockley Durham Cumpston William aged 57 and Mary Ann census 1881 born Chester le Street
1881 7 Page bank Stockley Durham Cumpston Mary Ann aged 56 William census 1881 born Philidelphia Durham
1881 7 Page bank Stockley Durham Cumpston William aged 24 son of Wm and Mary Ann census 1881 born Gilesgate Moor Durham
1881 7 Page bank Stockley Durham Cumpston Jno aged 21 son of Wm and Mary Ann census 1881 born Gilesgate Moor Durham
1881 7 Page bank Stockley Durham Cumpston Mary Ann aged 16 daughter of Wm and Mary Ann census 1881 born Gilesgate Moor Durham
1881 7 Page bank Stockley Durham Cumpston George Cuthbert aged 11 son of Wm and Mary Ann census 1881 born Gilesgate Moor Durham

1897 7 Durham 10a 218 www.cmhrc.co.uk Coalmining history resource centre Page bank Stockley Durham Cumpston John aged 38 miner at Page Bank Colliery - killed by a fall of stone while drawing timber death free bmd 18 Dec 1897

1900 7 Auckland 10a 271 Durham Cumpston George Cuthbert aged 31 Wm Mary Ann marriage freebmd Mar Q 1900

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