History and Information on Rowley Regis in the County of Staffordshire.

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Some history of Rowley Regis

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Related Newspaper Articles

"On Monday last, G. H. Hinchliffe, Esq., coroner, held an inquest on the body of William Beddows, 27 years of age. Deceased was employed in Mr. Darbey's coal pit, and on the previous Saturday, whilst in the stall of the pit, about 30 tons of coal fell from the roof upon him, from the effects of which he died in about two hours afterwards. The coal was propped with two trees only a short distance from whence the coal fell, and on the morning of the accident the butty examined the place and considered it perfectly safe. The witnesses were unable to state the cause of the coal giving way. The jury returned a verdict of "Accidental death."
"Fatal Accident"
Wolverhampton Chronicle : July 4th 1855 Page 4

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