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Coal Miners Memorial
Tyler No. 6 Mine,
Tyler No. 7 Mine,
Tyler No. 8 Mine,
Tyler,
Huston Twp.,
Clearfield County,
Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

A Memorial to the Coal Miners that mined the Bituminous Coal seams of the Tyler Mines, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Compiled & Edited by
Raymond A. Washlaski

Raymond A. Washlaski, Historian, Editor,
Ryan P. Washlaski, Technical Editor,

Updated May 22, 2010

A Memorial to the Coal Miners that Worked the
Tyler Mines


Following is a partial list of the miners, mine employees and company store employees that worked the Tyler Mines, Tyler, Huston Twp., Clearfield Co., PA.   The coal miners names have been researched and complied from various sources by Raymond A. Washlaski, Historian: newspaper obits, newspaper articles, Pennsylvania Bureau of Mines Reports, township histories, and names of coal miners submitted by various people, etc..
The Nationalities listed for various miners, are taken directly from "Report of the Department of Mines of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, PA" as reported for the various years.  Those listed as American, could be either native born or naturalized citizens.
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Since 1870, Pennsylvania's Annual Report on Mining Activities has recorded 51,483 deaths from mining accidents-- 31,113 deaths in anthracite mines and 20,370 deaths in bituminous mines.

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COAL MINERS MEMORIAL
TYLER MINES
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Baummer, George J.
(Superintendent, ca.1912, ca.1917, of the Tyler No. 7 & No. 8 Mines, Tyler, Clearfield Co., PA, for Cascade Coal & Coke Company, Sykesville, PA.)
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Frana, Artura
(Italian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1912, Tyler No. 8 Mine, Clearfield Co., PA, Age 31, married.);
(Injured.  Leg fractured by a fall of roof at the face of a room, in the Tyler No. 8 Mine, July 10, 1912.)
[ G ]
Gadd, C. C.
(General Superintendent, ca.1906, Cascade Coal & Coke Company, Sykesville, PA, Tyler No. 6 Mine & Tyler No. 7 Mine, Tyler, Clearfield Co., PA.);
(General Superintendent, ca.1912, ca.1917, Cascade Coal & Coke Company, Sykesville, PA, Tyler No. 7 Mine & Tyler No. 8 Mine, Tyler, Clearfield Co., PA.)
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Laverack, W. H.
(Superintendent, ca.1906, of the Tyler No. 6 Mine & Tyler No. 7 Mine, Tyler, Clearfield Co., PA, for Cascade Coal & Coke Company, Sykesville, PA.)
[ M ]
Miller, George
(Polish Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Tyler No. 6 Mine, Clearfield Co., PA, Age 25, single.);
(Killed.  Fatally injured by a fall of roof slate in his working place.  The room was too wide and insufficiently timbered for safety,  in the Tyler No. 6 mine, Sept. 1, 1906.  The victim died at the DuBois Hospital.)
Minority, Timothy
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1902, Tyler Mines, Clearfield Co., PA.);
(Killed.  Killed in a mining accident, in the Tyler Mines, Sept. 1, 1902.)
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Pallatino, Tony
(Miner, Tyler Mines, ca.1918, Clearfield Co., PA.);
(A foreigner, charged with the murder, for shoting and killing his brother-in-law.  [from the "Clearfield Progress," Clearfield, PA, Sept. 3, 1918.].)
Piscosi, Guisepe
(Italian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1912, Tyler No. 8 Mine, Clearfield Co., PA, Age 32, single.);
(Injured.  Lef severely injured by a fall of roof on a roadway near the face of a room, in the Tyler No. 8 Mine, Sept. 25, 1912.)
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Stevenson, Elton E.
(Miner, ca.1910, Tyler Mines, Clearfield Co., PA.);
(Killed.  Killed in a mining accident, in the Tyler Mines, ca.1910.)
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Trestrum, John
(Swedish Miner, Company Man ca.1912, Tyler No. 7 Mine, Clearfield Co., PA, Age 62, married.);
(Injured.  Ribs fractured and otherwise injured by mine cars.  Outside the Tyler No. 7 Mine, Jan. 15, 1912.)
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[ V ]
Veltro, Frank
(Italian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1912, Tyler No. 8 Mine, Clearfield Co., PA, Age 20, single.);
(Injured.  Back broken by mine cars on an entry near his working place, in the Tyler No. 8 Mine, Jan. 22, 1912.)
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