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Coal Mines of Fayette Co., PA MAIN INDEX

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Fayette County
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Coal Mine
Index A

to the Bituminous Coal Mines of
Fayette County,
Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Index to the Coal Mines and Coal Companies which mined the Bituminous Coal seams of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Compiled & Edited by
Raymond A. Washlaski

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

Updated Sept. 21, 2010

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Fayette County Pennsylvania - Coal Mine Index
INDEX  A
[This listing of coal mines and coal companies has been researched and complied from various sources by Raymond A. Washlaski, Historian: newspaper articles, Pennsylvania Bureau of Mines Reports, county histories, township histories, Pennsylvania Geological Survey reports, topographical maps, personnal accounts of coal miners, etc., etc.]
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A. B. Desalles, & Maurice Healey Company,
See: Percy Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
See also: Desalles, & Maurice Healey Company,

A. C. Hutchinson Brothers Company,
See: White Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
See also: Hutchinson Brothers Company,

A. G. & J. E. Leonard Company, Roscoe, PA
See: Anchor Mine, Fayette Co., PA
See also: Leonard Company, Roscoe, PA

A. H. Sherrick Company,
See: Pennsville Mine & Coke Works, Pennsville, Fayette Co., PA
See also: Sherrick Company,

A. L. Kiester & Company, Scottdale, PA
See: Lincoln Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
        Pennsville Mine & Coke Works, Pennsville, Fayette Co., PA
See also: Kiester & Company, Scottdale, PA

A. O. Tinstman Company,
See: Mount Braddock Mine & Coke Works, Mt. Braddock, Fayette Co., PA
See also: Tinstman Company,

A. W. Bliss Company,
See: Percy Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
See also: Bliss Company,  

Ache Junction, German Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Located on the Masontown & New Salem Railroad.]
See: 

Abraham Coal Mining Company, Greeneburg, PA
[ca.1922.]
[Mines at Adelaide, Fayette Co., PA.]
See:

Acme, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Georges Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
See: Acme Mine & Coke Works (Penn No. 2 Mine), Acme, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Acme Coke Works Mine (ca.1910-  ?  ), Acme, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
See: Acme Mine & Coke Works (Penn No. 2 Mine), Acme, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Acme Mine & Coke Works
(Penn No. 2 Mine)
 (ca.1900-  ?  ), located on the Smithfield & Masontown Branch of the B. & O. Railroad, near Strum Station, south of PA SR119, east of Smithfield Borough High School, Smithfield, Acme, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA.
[Acme Coke Works contained 80 coke ovens ca.1910.]
[The Acme Mine name was changed to Penn No. 2 Mine.]
Owners: (ca.1900- ?  ), Acme Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1900- ?  ), Uniontown Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1901- ?  ), Acme Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.    ?         ), Penn Coal & Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1910- ?  ), Pennsylvania Coke Company,
Web sites on the Acme Mine & Coke Works (Penn No. 2 Mine), Smithfield, Acme, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Acme Mine & Coke Works (Penn No. 2 Mine), Smithfield, Acme, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Acme Mine & Coke Works (Penn No. 2 Mine), Smithfield, Acme,  Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Ada Coal & Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
See: Ada Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA

Ada Coke Company Cheat Haven, PA
See: Ada Mine & Coke Works, Cheat Haven, Fayette Co., PA
See also: Westmoreland - Fayette Coal & Coke Company, Greensburg, PA

Ada Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
See: Ada Mine & Coke Works, Cheat Haven, Fayette Co. PA

Ada Mine & Coke Works (ca.1900-  ?  ), located on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Cheat Haven, Fayette Co., PA
[Ada Mine is located on the Lake Lynn USGS Quad. Map.]
[Ada was listed as a new mine opened ca.1900.]
[Ada Coke Works contained 40 coke ovens ca.1906, ca.1910.]
[Ada Coke Works contained 19 coke ovens ca.1916.]
[Ada Coke WOrks contained 40 bee-hive coke ovens ca.1917.]
Owners: (ca.1900-  ?  ), Ada Coal & Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1901-  ?  ), Ada Coal & Coke Company, Uninontown, PA
              (ca.19 ? -  ?  ), Ada Coal & Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1906-  ?  ), Ada Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1912-  ?  ), Ada Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1913-  ?  ), Ada Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1916-  ?  ), Ada Coke Company, Cheat Haven, PA
              (ca.     ?         ), W. M. Fay Coke Company,
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), Westmoreland Fayette Coal & Coke Company, Greensburg, PA
              (ca.1919-  ?  ), Westmoreland - Fayette Coal & Coke Company, Greensburg, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), Westmoreland - Fayette Coal & Coke Company, Greensburg, PA
Web sites on the Ada Mine & Coke Works, Cheat Haven, Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Ada Mine & Coke Works, Cheat Haven, Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Ada Mine & Coke Works, Cheat Haven, Fayette Co., PA

Adah, German Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in German Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
See: Adah Mine & Coke Works, Adah, German Twp., Fayette Co, PA
        Martius Krause Coal Company, Adah, PA
        Palmer Mine & Coal Docks, Palmer, Adah, German Twpo., Fayette Co., PA

Adah Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
See: Adah Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA

Adah Mine & Coke Works (ca.1916-  ?  ), located at Adah, German Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Adah Coke Works contained 40 coke ovens, in the Klondike Region (Merchant Ovens) of the Connellsville Coke Region.]
Owners: (ca.1916- ? ), Adah Coke Company, Uniontown, PA

Adelaide, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Dunbar Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
[Located on the Pittsburgh, McKeesport & Youghiogheny Railroad, along the Youghiogheny River. Later it became the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad.]
[Adelaide was named for Henry Clay Frick's wife.]
[Adelaide is located along the Youghiogheny River west of Connellsville, Fayette Co., PA]
[The Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad bed is now a part of the Great Allegheny Passage rails-to-trails bike trail.]
See: Adelaide Mine & Coke Works, Adelaide, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Adelaide Station, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Dunbar Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
[Located on the Pittsburgh, McKeesport & Youghiogheny Railroad, later it became the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad.]
[The Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad bed is now a part of the Great Allegheny Passage rails-to-trails bike trail.]
See: Adelaide Mine & Coke Works, Adelaide, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Adelaide Mine & Coke Works
(Cupola Mine)
(ca.1888-1934), Adelaide Mine was formerly known as the Cupola Mine. Located along the Youghiogheny River west of Connellsville, on the Pittsburgh, McKeesport & Youghiogheny Railroad, later it became the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad, on the Youghiogheny River, west of Connellsville, Mayville, Adelaide Station, Adelaide, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Adelaide Mine was named for Henry Clay Frick's wife.]
[Adelaide Mine Coke Works contained 342 coke ovens ca.1889.]
[Adelaide Mine Coke Works contained 375 coke ovens ca.1910.]
[The Adelaide Mine was connected underground and combined with the Trotter Mine, to drain the water from the mine on March 1, 1922.]
[The Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad bed is now a part of the Great Allegheny Passage rails-to-trails bike trail.]
Owners (ca.1888-   ?   ), H. C. Frick Coke Company, Scottdale, PA
             (ca.1905-   ?   ), H. C. Frick Coke Company, Scottdale, PA
             (ca.1910-1934), H. C. Frick Coke Company, Scottdale, PA
Web sites on the Adelaide Mine & Coke Works, Mayville, Adelaide Station, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Adelaide Mine & Coke Works, Mayville, Adelaide, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Adelaide Mine & Coke Works, Mayville, Adelaide Station, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Ainsley Coal Company, Masontown, Fayette Co., PA
[ca.1922.]
See:

Albany, Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Jefferson Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
[Located on the Pennsylvania Railroad, along the Monongahela River, just north of Redstone Creek and Brownsville, PA.]
See: Albany Mine & Coke Works, Albany, Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., PA
        Mount Hope Mine & Coke Works, Albany, Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Albany Mine & Coke Works (ca.1889-  ?  ), located on the Pennsylvania Railroad and the P. & L. E. Railroad, on the Monongahela River, down river [north] from the mouth of Redstone Creek and Brownsville, Albany, Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1889-  ?  ), Snowdon & Hogg Company, Brownsville, PA
              (ca.1892-  ?  ), Snowdon & Hogg Company, Brownsville, PA
              (ca.1898-  ?  ), Snowdon & Gould Company, Brownsville, Pa
              (ca.1903-  ?  ), Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1910-  ?  ), River Coal Company,
              (ca.1913-  ?  ), Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), Pittsburgh Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), Forsythe Coal Company,
Web sites on the Albany Mine & Coke Works, Albany, Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Albany Mine & Coke Works, Albany, Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., PA
   Coal Miners Memorial Albany Mine & Coke Works, Albany, Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Alice Mine (ca.1898-  ?  ), located on the Pittsburgh, Virginia & Charleston Railroad, later it became the Pennsylvania Railroad, nearly opposite the Borough of Stockdale, near California, Washington County, the mine was located in Fayette Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1898-  ?  ), Tide Coal Company, California, PA
              (ca.1900-  ?  ), Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1903-  ?  ), Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1910-  ?  ),     ?
              (ca.1919-  ?  ), Chester Hill Coal Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), Chester Hill Coal Company, Uniontown, PA
Web sites on the Alice Mine, near California, Fayette Co., PA:
    Coal Miners Memorial Alice Mine, near California, PA but in Fayette Co., PA

Alice Mine
(Colonial Dock)
(Colonial Belt Line)
(ca.1901- ?  ), located on the Monongahale River, southeast from Fayette City, Troytown, Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[The Alice Mine was bordered on its north by the Little Alps Mine, next to the River, and inland on the north by the Lowber Mine, of the Lowber Gas & Coal Company.]
[Alice Mine portal became the river outlet for the Colonial Belt Line from the Colonial Coal Field that supplied the Colonial Docks of the H.C. Frick Coke Company of United States Steel Company.]
[Located on the U.S.G.S. Fayette City, PA 7 1/2 min. quad map.]
Owners: (ca.1901-    ?   ), Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.       ?         ), Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1906-   ?   ), Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1917-   ?   ), Pittsburgh Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA
              (ca.     ? -1918), Pittsburgh Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA
              (ca.1918-   ?   ), United States Steel Company, Pittsburgh, PA
Web sites on the Alice Mine (Colonial Dock), Troytown, Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
   Coal Miners Memorial Alice Mine (Colonial Dock) (Colonial Belt Line), Troytown, Jefferson Twp., , Fayette Co., PA

Alice No. 1 Mine (ca.1917-  ? ), located on the B. & O. Railroad, Fayette Co., PA
[Alice No. 1 Mine was listed as a new mine ca.1917.]
Owners: (ca.1917-  ?  ), Standard Connellsville Coal Company, Lemont, PA
Web sites on the Alice No. 1 Mine, Fayette Co., PA:
   Coal Miners Memorial Alice No. 1 Mine, Fayette Co., PA

Alicia, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Luzerne Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
[Alicia is located south of Brownsville, Fayette Co., PA.]
See: Alicia Mine & Coke Works, Alicia, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co., PA
       Alicia No. 1 Mine & Coke Works, Alicia, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Alicia Mine & Coke Works (ca.1910-  ?  ), located on the Monongahale River, south of Brownsville, at Alicia, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Alicia Coke Works contained 400 rectangular coke ovens, in the Klondike Region of the Connellsville Coke Region.]
[Located on the U.S.G.S. California, PA 7 1/2 min. quad map.]
Owners: (ca.1910-  ?  ), W. Harry Brown Coke Company, Alicia, PA
              (ca.1913-  ?  ), W. Harry Brown Company, Alicia, PA
              (ca.1919-  ?  ), Pittsburgh Steel Company, Alicia, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), Pittsburgh Steel Company, Alicia, PA
              (ca.1956-  ?  ), Emerald Coal & Coke Company,
Web sites on the Alicia Mine & Coke Works, Alicia, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Alicia Mine & Coke Works, Alicia, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Alicia Mine & Coke Works, Alicia, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Alicia No. 1 Mine & Coke Works (ca.1916-   ?  ), located south of Brownsville, at Alicia, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co, PA
Owners: (ca.1916-   ?  ), W. Harry Brown Company, Alicia, PA
              (ca.1920-   ?  ), Pittsburgh Steel Company, Alicia, PA
Web sites on the Alicia No. 1 Mine & Coke Works, Alicia, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Alicia Mine & Coke Works, Alicia, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Alicia No. 1 Mine & Coke Works, Alicia, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Allison No. 1, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Redstone Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
[Allison No. 1 is located east of Brownsville, on PA Rt. 166, south of US Rt. 40.]
See: Allison No. 1, Coal Company Patch Town, Allison No. 2, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA
       Allison No. 1 Mine & Coke Works, Allison No. 1, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Allison No. 2, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Redstone Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
[Allison No. 2 is located east of Brownsville, on PA Rt. 166, south of US Rt. 40.]
See: Allison No. 2, Coal Company Patch Town, Allison No. 2, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA
        Allison No. 2 Mine & Coke Works, Allison No. 2, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Allison No. 1 Mine & Coke Works (ca.1905-  ?  ), located east of Brownsville, on PA Route 166 south of US Route 40, on the Connellsville & Monongahela Railroad, at Dunlap Creek, south of Brownsville, Allison No. 1, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Allison No. 1 Mine, contained 293 rectangular coke ovens, in the Klondike Region, of the Connellsville Coke Region, of Fayette Co., PA .]
[Located on the U.S.G.S. New Salem, PA 7 1/2 min. quad map.]
Owners: (ca.1905-  ?  ), W. J. Rainey Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1916-  ?  ), W. J. Rainey Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), W. J. Rainey Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1942-  ?  ), W. J. Rainey, Inc., Uniontown, PA 
              (ca.1956-  ?  ), Emerald Coal & Coke Company,
Web sites on the Allison No. 1 Mine & Coke Works, Allison No. 1, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Allison No. 1 Mine & Coke Works, Allison No. 1, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Allison No. 1 & No. 2, Coal Company Patch Towns, Allison, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Allison No. 1 Mine & Coke Works, Allison No. 1, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Allison No. 2 Mine & Coke Works  (ca.1905-  ?  ), located east of Brownsville, on PA Route 166, south of US Route 40, on the Connellsville & Monongahela Railroad, and Dunlap Creek, south of Brownsville, Allison No. 2, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA.
[Allison No. 2 Mine, contained 200 rectangular coke ovens, in the Klondike Region, of the Connellsville Coke Region, of Fayette Co., PA.]
[Located on the U.S.G.S. New Salem, PA 7 1/2 min. quad map.]
Owners: (ca.1905-  ?  ), W. J. Rainey Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1916-  ?  ), W. J. Rainey Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), W. J. Rainey Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1942-  ?  ), W. J. Rainey, Inc., Uniontown, PA 
              (ca.1956-  ?  ), Emerald Coal & Coke Company,
Web sites on the Allison No. 2 Mine & Coke Works, Allison No. 2, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Allison No. 2 Mine & Coke Works, Allison No. 2, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Allison No. 1 & No. 2, Coal Company Patch Towns, Allison, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Allison No. 2 Mine & Coke Works, Allison No. 2, Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Alps Coal Company, Roscoe P.O., PA
See: Little Alps Mine, Fayette Co., PA
       Snow Hill Mine, Fayette Co., PA

Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Georges Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
[Amend is located about four miles west of Uniontown, between Continental No. 2 (High House Road) and Rt. 119 south, Fayette Co., PA.]
See: Amend No. 1 Mine, Amend, George Twp., Fayette Co., PA
       Amend No. 2 Mine & Coke Works, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
       Amend No. 3 Mine, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
       Irwin Gas Coal Company,

Amend Coal Company, Newcomer, PA
[Amend Coal Company acquired Oliver Coal Company, Uniontown, PA.]
See: Amend No. 1 Mine, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
       Amend No. 2 Mine & Coke Works, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
       Amend No. 3 Mine, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co. PA
        Maggie Mine, Fayette Co., PA
        Playford Mine, Fayette Co., PA  
See also: Olive Coal Company, Fayette Co., PA

Amend No. 1 Mine  (ca.1916-  ?  ), located about four miles west of Uniontown, between Continental No. 2 [High House Road] and PA Route 119 south, on the Pennsylvania Railroad, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1916-  ?  ), Amend Coal Company, Newcomer, PA
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), Amend Coal Company, Newcomer, PA
              (ca.1919-  ?  ), Amend Coal Company,  Newcomer, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), Amend Coal Company,
Web sites on the Amend No. 1 Mine, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
   History of the Amend Mines, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Amend No. 1 Mine, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Amend No. 2 Mine & Coke Works (ca.1917-  ?  ), located about four miles west of Uniontown, between Continental No. 2 [High House Road] and PA Route 119 south, on the Pennsylvania Railroad, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Amend Coke Works contained 30 coke ovens ca.1919.]
Owners: (ca.1917-  ?  ), Amend Coal Company, Newcomer, PA
              (ca.1919-  ?  ), Amend Coal Company, Newcomer, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), Amend Coal Company,
Web sites on the Amend No. 2 Mine & Coke Works, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Amend Mines, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Amend No. 2 Mine & Coke Works, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Amend No. 3 Mine  (ca.1917-  ?  ), located about four miles west of Uniontown, between Continental No. 2 [High House Road] and PA Route 119 south, on the Pennsylvania Railroad, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Amend No. 3 Mine was listed as a new mine ca.1917.]
Owners: (ca.1917-  ?  ), Amend Coal Company, Newcomer, PA
              (ca.1919-  ?  ), Amend Coal Company,  Newcomer, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), Amend Coal Company,
Web sites on the Amend No. 3 Mine, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
   History of the Amend Mines, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Amend No. 3 Mine, Amend, Georges Twp., Fayette Co., PA

American Coal, Oil & Gas Company, Uniontown, PA
See:

American Coke Company, Edenborn, PA
[American Coke Company was acquired by H.C. Frick Coke Company.]
See: Edenborn Mine & Coke Works, Edenborn, Fayette Co., PA
        Gates Mine & Coke Works, Gates, Fayette Co., PA
        Lambert Mine & Coke Works, Lambert, Fayette Co., PA
See also: H. C. Frick Coke Company, Scottdale, PA

American Coke Company, Scottdale, PA
[American Coke Company was acquired by the H.C. Frick Coke Company.]
See: Edenborn Mine & Coke Works, Edenborn, Fayette Co., PA
        Gates Mine & Coke Works, Gates, Fayette Co., PA
        Lambert Mine & Coke Works, Lambert, Fayette Co., PA

American Coke Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA
[American Coke Corp. was formerly called Orient Coke Company.]
See: American No. 1 Mine, Fayette Co., PA
        American No. 2 Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
        American No. 3 Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
        American No. 4 Mine, Fayette Co., PA
        American No. 5 Mine, Fayette Co., PA
        Cyrilla Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
        Edenborn Mine & Coke Works, Edenborn, Fayette Co., PA
        Francis No. 1 Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
        Gates Mine, Gates, Fayette Co., PA
        Lambert Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
        Orient Mine & Coke Works, Orient, Fayette Co., PA
See also: Orient Coke Company,

American Connellsville Coal & Coke Company, Masontown, PA
See: American No. 1 Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
        American No. 2 Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
        American No. 3 Mine, Fayette Co., PA
        American No. 4 Mine, Fayette Co., PA 
        American No. 5 Mine, Fayette Co., PA

American Connellsville Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburgh, PA
See: American No. 1 Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
        American No. 2 Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
        American No. 3 Mine, Fayette Co., PA
        American No. 4 Mine, Fayette Co., PA 
        American No. 5 Mine, Fayette Co., PA

American Manganese Mfg. Company, Dunbar, PA
See: Furnace No. 1 Mine, Fayette Co., PA
        Furnace No. 2 Mine, Fayette Co., PA
        Hill Farm Mine & Coke Works, Dunbar, Fayette Co., PA

American No. 1 Mine & Coke Works (ca.1916-  ?  ), located on the Monongahela Railroad, near Braznell, Fayette Co., PA
[American No. 1 Mine Coke Works contained 142 coke ovens ca.1920.]
Owners: (ca.1916-  ?  ), American Connellsville Coal & Coke Company, Masontown, PA
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), American Connellsville Coal & Coke Company, Braznell, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), American Coke Corp., Pittsburgh, PA
Web sites on the American Mine, Braznell, Fayette Co., PA:
   Coal Miners Memorial American Mines, Braznell, Fayette Co., PA

American No. 2 Mine & Coke Works
(Francis No. 1 Mine & Coke Works)
(ca.1903- ? ), located on the Monongahela Railroad, near Braznell, Fayette Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1903-   ?  ), Sunshine Coke Company,
              (ca.1916-  ?  ), American Connellsville Coal & Coke Company, Masontown, PA
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), American Connellsville Coal & Coke Company, Masontown, PA
              (ca.1919-   ?  ), American Connellsville Coal & Coke Company,
              (ca.1920-   ?  ), American Coke Corp, Pittsburgh, PA
Web sites on the American Mine, Braznell, Fayette Co., PA:
   Coal Miners Memorial American Mines, Braznell, Fayette Co., PA

American No. 3 Mine (ca.1916- ? ), located on the Monongahela Railroad, Fayette Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1916-  ?  ), American Connellsville Coal & Coke Company, Masontown, PA
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), American Connellsville Coal & Coke Company, Masontown, PA
              (ca.1919-  ?  ), American Connellsville Coal & Coke Company,
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), American Coke Corp, Pittsburgh, PA
Web sites on the American Mine, Braznell, Fayette Co., PA:
   Coal Miners Memorial American Mines, Braznell, Fayette Co., PA

American No. 4 Mine (ca.1919- ? ), located on the Monongahela Railroad, Fayette Co., PA
[A new mine ca.1920.]
Owners: (ca.1920-  ?  ), American Coke Corp, Pittsburgh, PA
Web sites on the American Mine, Braznell, Fayette Co., PA:
   Coal Miners Memorial American Mines, Braznell, Fayette Co., PA

American No. 5 Mine (ca.1916- ? ), located on the Monongahela Railroad, Fayette Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1916-  ?  ), American Connellsville Coal & Coke Company, Masontown, PA
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), American Connellsville Coal & Coke Company, Masontown, PA
              (ca.1919-  ?  ), American Connellsville Connellsville Coal & Coke Company,
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), American Coke Corp, Pittsburgh, PA
Web sites on the American Mine, Braznell, Fayette Co., PA:
   Coal Miners Memorial American Mines, Braznell, Fayette Co., PA

American Sheet & Tin Plate Company, Scottdale, PA
See: Scottdale Mine, Fayette Co., PA

America Supply Company,
[Operated coal company stores.]
[Amercian Supply was consolidated with the Union Supply Company, ca.1902.]
See:

Anchor, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Dunbar Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
See: Anchor Mine & Coke Works, near Dunbar, Anchor, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Anchor Coke Company,
See: Anchor Mine & Coke Works, Anchor, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Anchor Mine (ca. 1900-  ?   ), located on the Monongahela River, and the Pittsburg, Virginia & Charleston Railroad which later became the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad, just south of the Colonial Docks, and Troytown, Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Anchor Mine was mining the coal to the south of the Snow Hill Mine.]
Owners: (ca.1900-   ?  ), Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1901-  ?  ), Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA
Web sites on the Anchor Mine, Troytown, Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    Coal Miners Memorial Anchor Mine, Troytown, Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Anchor Mine & Coke Works (ca.1870-  ?  ), located on the Southwest Pennsylvania Railroad, near Dunbar, Anchor, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA.
[Anchor Mine Coke Works contained 100 coke ovens ca.1889.]
[In 1910 the Anchor Mine Coke Works contained 302 coke ovens.]
Owners: (ca.1870-  ?  ), Anchor Coke Company,
              (ca.1878-  ?  ), H.C. Frick Coke Company, Scottdale, PA
              (ca.1883-  ?  ), Laing, McKally & Company,
              (ca.1889-  ?  ), Pennsylvania Mining and Manufacturing Supply Company, Dunbar, PA
              (ca.1894-  ?  ), Atchison Coke Company, Dunbar, PA
              (ca.1898-  ?  ), A. G. & J. E. Leonard Company, Roscoe, Pa
              (ca.1899-  ?  ), Cambria Iron Company, Johnstown, PA
              (ca.1906-  ?  ), Cambria Steel Company, Johnstown, PA
              (ca.1910-  ?  ), Cambria Steel Company, Johnstown, PA
Web sites on the Anchor Mine & Coke Works, near Dunbar, Anchor, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Anchor Mine & Coke Works, near Dunbar, Anchor, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Anchor Mine & Coke Works, Dunbar, Anchor, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Anderson Coal Company, Connellsville, PA
See: Kendall No. 1 Mine, Fayette Co., PA
        Kendall No. 2 Mine, Fayette Co., PA

Anica Mine & Coke Works (ca.1901-  ?  ), located on the Perryopolis Branch of the P. & L.E. Railroad,  the Youghiogheny Division of the P. & L. E. Railroad, east of Perryopolis, near the Youghiogeny River, near Whitsett, Perry Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Anica Coke Works contained 40 coke ovens, in the Klondike Region, of the Connellsville Coke Region.]
[Anica Coke Works contained 40 bee-hive coke ovens ca.1917.]
Owners: (ca.1901-  ?  ), Pittsburgh Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA
              (ca.1909-  ?  ), Blaine & Wilkey Coke Company,
              (ca.1910-  ?  ), Baine & Wilkey Coke Company,
              (ca.1916-  ?  ), Wilkey & Feather Coke Company
              (ca.1916-  ?  ), W. H. Wilkey Coke Company, Uniontown, PA 
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), W. H. Wilkey Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1919-  ?  ), W. H. Wilkey Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), W. H. Wilkey Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
Web sites on the Anica Mine & Coke Works, Whitsett, Perry Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Anica Mine & Coke Works, Whitsett, Perry Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial, Anica Mine & Coke Works, Whitsett, Perry Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Annamyra Mine & Coke Works
(Annamyro Mine)
(ca.1903- ? ), located on the Coal Lick Run Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad, near Masontown, Fayette Co., PA
[Annamyra Mine was later combined with Leckrone No. 1 Mine.]
[Annamyra Coke Works contained 32 coke ovens ca.1905, ca.1906.]
Owners: (ca.1903-  ?  ), Leckrone Coke Company,
              (ca.1905-  ?  ), J. R. Carothers Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1906-  ?  ), J. R. Carothers Company, Uniontown, PA
Web sites on the Annamyra Mine & Coke Works, Masontown, Fayette Co., PA:
    Coal Miners Memorial Annamyra Mine & Coke Works, Masontown, Fayette Co., PA

Annamyro Mine, Fayette Co., PA
See: Annamyra Mine & Coke Works,  Fayette Co., PA

Apollo Mine (ca.1898-  ?  ), located on the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad, near Fayette City, Washington Twp., Fayette Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1898-  ?  ), C. Jutte & Company, Fayette City, PA
              (ca.1903-  ?  ), Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1906-  ?  ), Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1910-  ?  ) ,  ?
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), Pittsburg Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), Pittsburg Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA
Web sites on the Apollo Mine, Fayette City, Washington Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Apollo Mine, Fayette City, Washington Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Apollo Mine, Fayette City, Washington Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Arensburg, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Located on the Monongahela River, along the Monongahela Railroad.]
See:

Arensburg Ferry, Luzerne Twp., Fayette Co., PA
See:

Arensberg Mine (ca.1920-  ?  ), Fayette Co., PA
[Arensberg Mine was listed as a new mine in ca.1920.]
Owners: (ca.1920- ? ), Elmo Coal Company, Brownsville, PA

Armstrong & Son Company,
See: Armstrong Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA
See also: C. H. Armstrong & Son Company,

Armstrong, C. H. & Son Company,
See: Armstrong Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA

Armstrong Mine & Coke Works (ca.1875-  ?  ), located one-half mile north of Summit Mines, on the Mount Pleasant Branch of the Pittsburg & Connellsville Railroad, later the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Summit Mines, Upper Tyron Twp., Fayette Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1875-  ?  ), C. H. Armstrong & Son Company,

Arnold City, Washington Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Washington Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
[Arnold City is located near Belle Vernon, in the northwest corner of Fayette Co., PA.]
See: Arnold No. 1 Mine, Arnold City, Fayette Co., PA
       Arnold No. 2 Mine, Arnold City, Fayette Co., PA
       Arnold No. 3 Mine, Arnold City, Fayette Co., PA
       Hill Top Mine & Coke Works, near Arnold City, Washington Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Arnold No. 1 Mine (ca.1898-  ?  ), located near Belle Vernon, in the northwest corner of Fayette County, on the Pennsylvania Railroad, near Arnold City, Washington Twp., Fayette Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1898-  ?  ), Johnson Coal mining Company, Fayette City, PA
              (ca.1903-  ?  ), Pittsburg Coal Company Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1906-  ?  ), Pittsburg Coal Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1910-  ?  ),   ?
Web sites on the Arnold No. 1 Mine, Arnold City, Fayette Co., PA:
   Coal Miners Memorial Arnold No. 1 & 2 Mines, Arnold City, Fayette Co., PA

Arnold No. 2 Mine (ca.1898-  ?  ), located near Belle Vernon, in the northwest corner of Fayette County, on the Pennsylvania Railroad, near Arnold City, Washington Twp., Fayette Co., PA
Owners: (ca.1898- ?  ), Johnson Coal Mining Company, Fayette City, PA
              (ca.1903-  ?  ), Pittsburg Coal Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1906-  ?  ), Pittsburg Coal Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1910-  ?  ),   ?
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), Pittsburg Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), Pittsburg Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA
Web sites on the Arnold No. 2 Mine, Arnold City, Fayette Co., PA:
   Coal Miners Memorial Arnold No. 1 & 2 Mines, Arnold City, Fayette Co., PA

Arnold No. 3 Mine (ca.1906-  ?  ), located near Belle Vernon, in the northwest corner of Fayette County, on the Pennsylvania Railroad, near Arnold City, Washington Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Coal from the Arnold No. 3 Mine is loaded at the tipple of Arnold No. 1 Mine.]
Owners: (ca.1906-  ?  ), Pittsburg Coal Company, Pittsburg, PA
              (ca.1910-  ?  ),   ?
              (ca.1917-  ?  ), Pittsburg Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA
              (ca.1920-  ?  ), Pittsburg Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA
Web sites on the Arnold No. 3 Mine, Arnold City, Fayette Co., PA:
   Coal Miners Memorial Arnold No. 1, No. 2 & No. 3 Mines, Arnold City, Fayette Co., PA

Atcheson, Springhill Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Springhill Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
[Atcheson is located on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.]
[Atcheson is located south of Smithfield, Fayette Co., PA.]
See: Atcheson Mine & Coke Works, Atcheson, Springhill Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Atcheson Coke Company, Dunbar, PA
See: Anchor Mine & Coke Works, Gans, Fayette Co., PA

Atcheson Mine & Coke Works (ca.1900- ? ), located south of Smithfield, on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Gans, Atcheson, Springhill Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Atcheson Coke Works contained 120 coke ovens ca.1900.]
[Atcheson Coke Works contained 138 coke ovens ca.1905.]
[Atcheson Coke Works contained 40 coke ovens ca.1910.]
[No coke ovens are listed for the Atcheson Mine ca.1916.]
Owners: (ca.1900-  ?  ), Republic Iron & Steel Company, Pittsburgh, PA
              (ca.1904-  ?  ), Republic Iron & Steel Company, New Castle, PA
              (ca.1905-  ?  ), Republic Iron & Steel Company, Pittsburgh, PA
              (ca.1906-  ?  ), Republic Iron & Steel Company, Pittsburgh, PA
              (ca.1912-  ?  ), Republic Iron & Steel Company, Republic, PA
              (ca.1913-  ?  ), Republic Iron & Steel Company, Pittsburgh, PA
              (ca.1916-  ?  ), Republic Iron & Steel Company, Republic, PA
Web sites on the Atcheson Mine & Coke Works, Gans, Springhill Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    Coal Miners Memorial Atcheson Mine & Coke Works, Gans, Springhill Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Atlantic, Springhill Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Springhill Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
[Atlantic is located south of  New Geneva, Fayette Co., PA]
See:

Atlantic Coal Company, Uniontown, PA
See: Finley Mine, Fayette Co., PA
       Willa Mine, Fayette Co., PA
       [Willa Mine was formerly called the Finley Mine.]

Atlas (Crossland), South Union Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in South Union Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
[Atlas (Crossland) is located on old Rt. 40 between Uniontown and Hopwood, Fayette Co., PA.]
See: Crossland Mine & Coke Works, Hopwood, Crossland, South Union Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Atlas, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[A coal company patch town in Dunbar Twp., Fayette County, Pennsylvania.]
See: Atlas Mine & Coke Works, Atlas, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA
       Colvin Mine & Coke Works, Atlas, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA 

Atlas Coke Company, Leetonia, OH
See: Lafayette Mine & Coke Works, Helen, Menallen Twp., Fayette Co., PA
       Crossland Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA

Atlas Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
See: Lafayette Mine & Coke Works, Helen, Menallen Twp., Fayette Co., PA
       Crossland Mine & Coke Works, Fayette Co., PA

Atlas Iron Company,
See: Atlas Mine & Coke Works, Atlas, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Atlas Mine & Coke Works
(Colvin Mine & Coke Works)
(ca.1880- ? ), located near Dunbar, Atlas, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA.  
[Atlas Mine Coke Works contained 80 coke ovens ca.1889. ]
[Atlas Mine and the Mahoning Mine were combined underground into one mine in ca.1903.]
[Atlas Coke Works contained 264 bee-hive coke ovens ca.1905.]
[Atlas Mine Coke Works contained 90 coke ovens ca.1910.]
Owners: (ca.1880-  ?  ), Colvin & Company,
              (ca.     ?        ), Atlas Iron Company,
              (ca.1889- ?   ), Cambria Iron Company, Johnstown, PA
              (ca.1894-  ?  ), Cambria Iron Company, Johnstown, PA
              (ca.1900-  ?  ), Cambria Steel Company, Johnstown, PA
              (ca.1905-  ?  ), Cambria Steel Company, Johnstown, PA
              (ca.1910- ?   ), Cambria Steel Company, Johnstown, PA
Web sites on the Atlas Mine & Coke Works, Atlas, Dunbar, Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Atlas Mine & Coke Works (Colvin Mine & Coke Works), Atlas Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA
    Coal Miners Memorial Atlas Mine & Coke Works, Atlas, Dunbar, Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Atlas Mine & Coke Works
(Lafayette Mine & Coke Works)
(ca.1900-   ?  ), located on the Pennsylvania Railroad, Helen, Menallen Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Lafayette Coke Works contained 220 coke ovens ca.1905, ca.1906, ca.1920.]
Owners: (ca.1900-   ?  ), Lafayette Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1904-   ?  ), Atlas Coke Company, Leetonia, OH
              (ca.1905-   ?  ), Atlas Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1906-   ?  ), Atlas Coke Company, Uniontown, PA
              (ca.1920-   ?  ), Atlas Coke Company, Uniontown, PA 
Web sites on the Lafayette Mine & Coke Works, Helen, Menallen Twp., Fayette Co., PA:
    History of the Lafayette Mine & Coke Works, Helen, Menallen Twp., Fayette Co., PA
     Coal Miners Memorial Lafayette Mine & Coke Works, Helen, Menallen Twp., Fayette Co., PA

Austin, German Twp., Fayette Co., PA
[Located on the West Penn Railway trolley line.]
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