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NEWBOLD COLLIERY 1900'S

Newbold Colliery.
Coal and Fireclay.
SK 37 SE 3610 7323

Shaft sinking commenced 1865

Mined Coal (Depth from surface).

Piper 30’
Pancake 37’
Cockleshell 77’
Low Tupton 147’
Threequarter 175’
Silkstone 298’

Shaft bottomed at 298 feet from surface.

Two fireclay seams mined between 1 & 3 foot thick.

Owners of Newbold Collieries.

Newbold
1854 Geach & Co.
Newbold
1854 G. Tomlinson
Newbold
1854 C. Michell
Newbold
1855-1861 Clayton & Knowles
Newbold
1855-1869 Nadin & Pearson
Newbold
1855-1864 Beale & Co.
1865-1873 J.C. Plevins
Newbold
1855-1860 M. Knowles
Newbold
1855-1857 W. Orwin
Newbold
1855-1873 E. Taylor

Newbold Colliery.  

10th August 1861.  

To be sold by auction the whole of the plant and buildings belonging to the Newbold Colliery and brickworks.  

17th January 1863.  

On Monday night last the workmen at Newbold Colliery partook in a plentiful supply of roast beef, puddings etc at the Nags Head Newbold being the annual Christmas treat given by Messrs Samuel Beale and Company.   

27th February 1869.  

The Newbold Coal and Iron Company are prepared to deliver by their carts good slack for engine and other purposes. Orders received by post are punctually executed the same day. Broken cinders and ash for road making always in stock  

4th July 1874.  

John Turner is favoured with instructions from the Newbold Coal and Iron Company to sell by auction on Monday 6th July 1874 (in consequence of forming a line of railway to the works) twelve powerful draught horses and four ponies and carts etc.   

12th March 1898.  

Messrs Edward Rushton and Son and Kenyon auctioneers Manchester offered for sale at the Angel Hotel Chesterfield on Wednesday evening as a going concern Newbold Colliery situated near to Chesterfield. There was no offer forth coming and so it was withdrawn.


Newbold Colliery

LAMP FROM PEARSONS COLLIERY CIRCA 1900

NEWBOLD COLLIERY 1895

NEWBOLD COLLIERY (TIN CHIMNEYS) 1930'S

NEWBOLD COLLIERY (TIN CHIMNEYS) 1950'S

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