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Jamison No. 3 Mine & Coke Works,
(Jamison No. 3 Mine),
(Forbes Road Mine),

Forbes Road,
Salem Township,
Westmoreland County,
Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

A Memorial to the Coal Miners that mined the Bituminous Coal seams of the Jamison No. 3 Mine (Forbes Road Mine), Forbes Road, Salem Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Compiled & Edited by
Raymond A. Washlaski

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

Updated June 9, 2010

Coal Miners Memorial
Jamison No. 3 Mine & Coke Works (Forbes Road Mine)


Following is a partial list of the miners, coke workers, mine employees and company store employees that worked the Jamison No. 3 Mine & Coke Works (Forbes Road Mine & Coke Works), Forbes Road, Salem Twp, Westmoreland 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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COAL MINERS MEMORIAL
JAMISON NO. 3 MINE & COKE WORKS
(FORBES ROAD MINE & COKE WORKS)
[ A ]
Archbosh, Joseph
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1907, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 38, married.);
(Injured.  Leg broken by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, July 9, 1907.)
Atillio, Ferarina
(Italian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 37, married, 1 child.);
(Killed.  Killed by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, July 7, 1906.);
(July 7, 1906, Ferarina Atillio, Italian, miner, was so seriously injured by a fall of slate in the jamison No. 3 Mine that death resulted in about one hour.  The accident occurred in pillar workings, where he was working with John Baptist.)
Atillio, Teza
(Italian Miner, ca.1905, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 42, single.);
(Killed.  Instantly killed by falling down the Jamison No. 3 Mine Shaft, Dec. 7, 1905.);
(December 7, Teza Atillio, miner, fell down the Jamison No. 3 Shaft and was instantly killed.  The accident occurred about six o'clock A.M. when they were lowering the persons down the shaft.  Atillio was later than usual that morning, the cage loaded with persons was descending the shaft and on nearing the bottom they heard something fall on the overhead cover.  After the cage landed, they got off and notified the top man of what they had heard.  The cage was hoisted up the mine shaft and Atillio was found lying on the cover.  He had gone to the opposite side of the shaft and climbed through the fence in order to get on the hoisting cage ahead of his turn and fell.  It developed after the accident that he had done this the previous mornings when he was late, but this was unknown to the officials at the time.)
[ B ]
Babyock, Peter
(Russian Miner, Machine Miner ca.1917, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 35, married.);
(Killed.  Instantly killed by a fall of coal at the face of a room while coming out of the place of safety, in the Jamison No 3 Mine, Aug. 20, 1917.)
Bailey, Curtis
(American Miner, Mule Driver ca.1909, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 24, single.);
(Killed.  Fatally injured. Caught between mine car and coal pillar on entry, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Nov. 9, 1909.)
Bailey, Nicholas
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1901, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 22, single.);
(Injured.  Leg broken;  caught between mines cars, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Oct. 19, 1901.)
Balla, John
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 36, married, 5 children.);
(Killed.  Fatally injured by fall of slate at face of room, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Sept. 30, 1910.)
Balog, Michael
(Miner, ca.1917, Forbes Road Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Rose Stepko Balog.)
Baptist, John
(Miner, ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
Barrett, M. F.
(Miner, ca.1908, Forbes Road Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Passed his examination for Mine Foreman, First Grade, ca.1908, Certificate issued ca.1908.)
Bash, William
(American Miner, Boss Mule Driver ca.1903, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 30, married.);
(Killed.  Killed by fall of slate in Jamison No. 3 Mine, Apr.29, 1903. On the No. 4 Butt entry, north. He was going up the entry and when near No. 15 room stepped off the road to pass two mine cars which driver Thomas Davin was coupling.  Upon reaching the side of the mine cars he stopped and entered into a conversation with Davin about his harness, when suddenly the slate fell and crushed him.)
Baum, John E.
(Miner, ca.1913, Forbes Road Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Edna Musnug Baum.)
Behena, Joseph
(Miner, ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
Bender, John
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1907, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 30, single.);
(Injured.  Injured by a fall of coal, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine Dec.9, 1907.)
Berodina, Camillo
(Miner, ca.1916, Forbes Road Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Elizabeth Morgan Berodina.)
Bisich, Mike
(Miner, ca.1906, Forbes Road Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Katherine Gorchuck Bisich.)
Blehar, John J.
(Miner, ca.1917, Forbes Road Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Passed his examination for Assistant Mine Foreman, ca.1917.  Received his Certificate ca.1917.)
Bollock, Mike
(Hungarian Miner, Laborer ca.1916, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 43, married.);
(Injured.  Shoulder lacerated and fourth and fifth ribs fractured by a fall of slate at face of a room, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, March 11,1916.)
Borelli, Carmen
(Miner, ca.1910, Forbes Road Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Nicoletta Borelli.)
Borelli, William E.
(Miner, Forbes Road Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(b. July 30, 1910 - d. Aug. 27, 2000 at age 90.)
Boudash, Michael
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 32, married.);
(Injured.  Leg and finger fractured by fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, June 23, 1906.)
Brahosky, Vincent Albert
(Miner, Forbes Road  Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, ca.1919, married, wife Anna Kathrine Roskiewicz Brahosky.)
Brock, Edward
(Miner, ca.1927, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
Bryan, Nicholas
(Miner, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, ca.1909, married, wife Barbara Sudar Bryan.)
[ C ]
Cartich, Michael
(Austrian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1909, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 31, married, 1 child.);
(Killed.  Fatally injured by a fall of slate at the face of coal pillar, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Feb. 12,1909.)
Chalenger, William
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 22, single.);
(Injured.  Leg broken.  Struck by the haulage rope on Mine Haulage road, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Mar. 24, 1910.)
Checkainski, Frank
(Polish Miner, Pick  Miner ca.1903, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 30, married.);
(Injured.  Injured internally by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Oct. 16, 1903.)
Cholnosky, John
(Slavonian Miner, Machine Loader ca.1901, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 32, married.);
(Injured.  Injured by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No.3 Mine, May 21, 1901.)
Chusko, Michael
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1905, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 22, single.);
(Injured.  Leg fractured and bruised about body by fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, April 10, 1905.)
Clancey, George
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1904, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 37, married.);
(Injured.  Bruised about body by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Jan 30, 1904.)
Cotvash, Andrew
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 20, single.);
(Injured.  Back bruised by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Aug. 3, 1906.)
Crupell, Charles
(Slavonian Miner, ca.1902, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 47, married.);
(Killed.  Instantly killed by falling from an ascending cage in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, May 31, 1902. Crupell had worked in this mine until May 3, when he left, but returned to get his pay on the day of the accident occurred.  Thomas Yassen, who had also previously worked in this mine, was with him.  By some means Charles Crupell lost his balance and fell against the side of the shaft, was dragged through between the shaft and cage and fell to the bottom, a distance of about thirty-five feet.)
Cruspeer, Andrew
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1907, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 28, married.);
(Injured.  Injured by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Feb.13, 1907.)
Cuhaca, Martin
(Polish Miner, Mule Driver ca.1909, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 26, single.);
(Injured.  Arm broken.  Kicked by mule on entry, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Feb. 6, 1909.)
Czerpak, Lawrence, Sr.
(Miner, ca.1927, Forbes Road Mine, married, wife Anna Czerpak.)
[ D ]
D'Angelo, Dominick
(Miner, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
Davin, Thomas
(Miner, Mule Driver ca.1903, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
DeLeone, Olympio
(Italian Miner, ca.1941, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 59, windower, wife Rose DeLeone d.ca.1938, 13 children.);
(Killed.  Crushed by a fall of slate, while knocking out a support post, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Aug. 29, 1941.);
(b. Feb. 28, 1882 - d. Aug. 29, 1941.);
(Lived in Greensburg, PA.  Interred at Greensburg Catholic Cemetery.);
(See also: Leone, Olympio.)
Dembiczi, Joseph
(Polish Miner, Pick Miner ca.1905, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 42, married, 5 children.);
(Killed.  Fatally injured by fall of slate in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, March 27, 1905.);
(March 27, Joseph Dembiczi, Miner, working with Mathew Pudock, in No. 3 butt entry south, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, was injured by a fall of slate and death resulted on March 29, 1905.)
Dishcant, Andrew
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1904, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 48, married.);
(Injured.  Leg crushed by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Aug. 12, 1904.)
Dohey, Charles
(Miner, Fire Boss, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Melvina Carlson Dohey, 4 children.)
Dohey, George
(Russian Miner, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., pA, married, wife Dorothy Dohey, children.);
(They immigrated from the Russian-Romania boder area.  Their original family name was a long Russian name, that got changed at Ellis Island.)
Dohey, John
(Miner, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Son of George Dohey.)
Dohaney, George
(Miner, ca.1927, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Elizabeth Dohaney, 6 children.);
(Killed.  Fatally injured in an explosion and mine cave-in, in the Forbes Road Mine, ca.1927.);
(Son of George Dohey.)
Drurry, John
(American Miner, Mule Driver ca.1917, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 45, married.);
(Injured.  Third and fourth fingers dislocated and two ribs fractured. Caught between the narrow side of a room and a mine car, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, May 14, 1917.)
Dunsmuir, James
(Miner, ca.1916, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Passed his Examination for Assistant Mine Foreman ca.1916, Certificated issued ca.1916.)
[ E ]
Elliott, Hillary
(Miner ca.1931, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Elsie Shrader Elliott.)
Ellis, Samuel Best
(Miner, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Carrie White Ellis, 5 children.)
Emricko, George
(Miner, ca.1921, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Mary Kalnos Emricko.)
Evancho, George
(Miner, ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Julia Petro Evancho.)
Evangelisto, Antonio
(Italian Miner, ca.1938-1945, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married ca.1915, wife Concetta Anna Sanatella [Ponderandolph] Evangelisto.);
(Antonio Evangelisto was from Province Campobasso, Riccia, Italy.);
(Antonio Evangelisto also worked at the Hannastown Mine.)
[ F ]
Farcosh, John
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 28, married.);
(Injured.  Burned about face and eyes by blast, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, July 2, 1906.)
Fecetor, Steven
(Hungarian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 45, single.);
(Killed.  Killed by fall of slate at face of room, in the Jamison No 3 Mine, Aug. 22, 1910.)
Filer, William H.
(Miner, ca.1917, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Passed his examination for Mine Foreman, First Grade ca.1917.  Received his Certificate ca.1917.)
Fordyce, Gerald
(Miner, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
Franko, George
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1905, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 40, married.);
(Injured.  Head cut and leg fractured by a fall of coal, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Oct. 23, 1905.)
[ G ]
Giovannini, Ugo
(Italian Miner, ca.1918-19,  Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
Givogri, Joseph
(Miner, ca.1915, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Catherine Barbero Givogri.)
Grega, John
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 27, single.);
(Killed.  Killed by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Nov.16, 1906.);
(Nov. 16, 1906, John Grega, Slavonian, miner, was so seriously injured by a fall of slate in No. 4 face entry, west, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, that death resulted on the 18th of the same month.  He was engaged in setting a post under the slate when it fell.)
Gregorits, Paul
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 22, single.);
(Killed.  Killed by fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Oct. 29, 1906.);
(Oct. 29, 1906, Paul Gregorits, Slavonian, miner, was so seriously injured by a fall of slate in No. 3 room of No. 14 entry, east, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine that death resulted about four hours thereafter.  He was working with another man and was taking the slate down when it fell.)
Gronow, Jacob
(Miner, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, ca.1909, married, wife Catharine Davies Gronow.)
Guala, Alfonso
(Miner, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA)
Guposhko, John
(Slavonian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1914, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 35, married.);
(Killed. Fatally injured. Caught between a mine car and a coal pillar in a room, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Sept. 9, 1914.)
[ H ]
Haile, Walter
(Black Miner, ca.1933-1937 or 38 and ca.1942-til the mine closed, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Walter Hail also worked at several different mines, including the Leith Mine, Fayette Co., Oakmont Mine at Barking, A mine at Boxcar Town, Delmont Fuel Mine, in Hunker, and at Salina, PA.)
Haile, Wesley
(Black Miner, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Mary Olivea Haile, 15 children.);
(Lived in the Shanty town, near the patch town of Forbes Road.);
(Moved to a farm near Trees Mills.);
(b.1885 - d.1966.)
Hall, Robert
(English Miner, Shot-Firer ca.1909, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 37, married.);
(Injured.  Arms and face cut by flying coal from blast.  Caused by the careless use of a battery, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Sept.14, 1909.)
Havicharich, John
(Austrian Miner, ca.1908, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 21, single.);
(Injured.  Arm broken by fall of slate at the face of a room, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Oct. 10, 1908.)
Hissem, Winfield
(Miner, ca.1916, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Edna Loughner Hissem.)
Hoffer, Joseph A.
(Miner, ca.1914, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Passed examination for Fire Boss, ca.1914.)
Hriczik, John
(Miner, ca.1933, ca.1935, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Anna Kovach Hriczik.)
Hugus, Maurice W.
(Miner, ca.1934, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Kathleen Michaels Hugus.)
Hunt, Ernest
(American Miner, Trip Runner ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 31, married.);
(Injured about chest and legs.  Caught between the compressed air locomotive and a coal pillar on an entry, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Feb. 18, 1910.)
Hunt, Ehernest
(American Miner, ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 32, married.);
(Killed.  Fatally injured by fall of slate at the face of a room,  in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, June 28, 1910.)
[ I ]
[ J ]
Jakubar, George P.
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 33, married, 2 children);
(Killed.  Killed by a gas explosion, in the Jamison No.3 Mine, June 21, 1906.);
(June 21, 1906, George P. Jakubar, Slavonian, miner, was so seriously injured by an explosion of gas in No. 30 room, pillar off No. 10 entry, east, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, that death resulted on the 28th the the same month.  Andrew Zecubican, who worked with him, was also severely burned. They had drawn their timber and retreated to a place of safety until the roof fell, after which they returned to the face, when their open lamps ignited the gas.  No gas had ever been discovered on this fall, and an examination immediately after the explosion failed to detect any, as did also frequent examinations made thereafter, until the 25th, or four days thereafter, when gas was discovered for the first time.  The gas which exploded had evidently accumulated higher up on the fall than could be reached by the fire boss or any others in making their examinations, and after the timber had been drawn and the roof allowed to fall [which is very essential in successful pillar work]  the gas was forced down to the place where the men were at work.)
Jamison, J. C.
(Superintendent, of the Jamison No. 3 Mine (Forbes Road Mine), Westmoreland Co., PA, ca.1909, for Jamison Coal & Coke Company.);
(General Superintendent, Jamison Coal & Coke Company, ca.1916, Forbes Road Mine.)
Jamison, Ralph E.
(Superintendent, ca.1914, ca.1916, of the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, for Jamison Coal & Coke Company.)
Jamison, R. P.
(Superintendent, ca.1917, of the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, for Jamison Coal & Coke Company, Greensburg, PA.)
Jamison, Thomas S.
(General Superintendent, ca.1901, Jamison Coal & Coke Company, Greensburg, PA, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Superintendent, of the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, ca.1901, ca.1903, ca.1904, for Jamison Coal & Coke Company, Greensburg, PA.)
Jamison, W. W.
(General Superintendent, ca.1904, Jamison Coal & Coke Company, Greensburg, PA, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
Jimbo, Ignats
(Polish Miner, Pick Miner ca.1902, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, 3 children.);
(Killed.  He was so seriously injured in Jamison No 3 Mine, on March 12th, or 24th, 1902, by a fall of slate that death resulted on April 4, 1892. He was loading a mine car of slate which he had taken down the day before.  The piece which killed him was partly cut off by a slip, the existence of which was not perceptible until after it fell.)
Jomore, Andy
(Slavonian Miner Boy, Machine Loader ca.1901, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 18, single.);
(Injured.  Arm crushed by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, May 21, 1901.  Injury necessitating amputation.)
Jones, Walter
(American Miner, Mule Driver ca.1904, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 30, married);
(Injured.  Face cut and bruised.  Kicked by mule, in Jamison No. 3 Mine, April 9, 1904)
[ K ]
Kalsni, Andy
(Austrian Miner, Machinist ca.1917, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 36, married.);
(Injured.  Skull fractured by a bolt from the bearing of an electric engine breaking and striking him.  Outside the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Dec. 15, 1917.)
Kloshusky, Wm.
(Polish Miner, Cager ca.1901, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 41, married.);
(Injured.  Leg broken, caught between mine cars, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, March 18, 1901.)
Kluck, John
(Polish Miner, Mule Driver ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 21, single.);
(Killed.  It is supposed that he was caught between a mine car and a coal pillar on an entry, in Jamison No. 3 Mine, April 29, 1910.)
Kosalaric, Vin
(Hungarian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1916, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 38, married.);
(Injured.  Two fingers crushed. Caught between mine car and side of a rib while runing mine car out of a room, in the Jamison No.3, mine, Oct. 2, 1916.)
Koshurba, Frank
(Miner, ca.1919, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Mary Koshurba.)
Krajc, Joseph
(Miner, ca.1909, ca.1917, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Susan Papson Krajc.)
Kritzer, John
(American Miner, Mule Driver ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 29, married.);
(Injured.  Leg broken.  Struck by sand barrel while removing it from the cage at the shaft bottom, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Aug. 25, 1910.)
Kruspir, Paul
(Slavonian Miner, Digger - Entry Driver ca.1902,  Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 30, single.);
(Killed.  Injured by fall of coal in Jamison No. 3 Mine, Jan.11, 1902; died Jan. 14, 1902.);
(Seriously injured by a fall of coal in Jamison No. 3 Mine, January 11, 1902, that death resulted on Jan. 14th 1902.  The accident occured in the south main entry parallel.  Paul Kruspir was employed as an entry driver, and had been warned by a fellow workmen of the dangerous condition of the coal shortly before it fell.)
[ L ]
Latta, T. P.
(General Superintendent, ca.1917, Jamison Coal & Coke Company, Hannastown, PA, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
Leinick, George
(Slavonian Miner, Mule Driver ca.1904, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 23, single.);
(Injured.  Shoulder bone broken.  Caught between a mine car and a coal pillar, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, May 16, 1904.)
Leonard, Martin
(Slavonian Miner Boy, Company Employee ca.1904, Jamison No. 3  Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 17, single.);
(Injured.  Leg fractured. Caught between mine cars, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Sept. 3, 1904.)
Leone, Olympio
(See: DeLeone, Olympio.)
Lessinger, Jacob
(Polish Miner, Engineer ca.1908, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 30, married.);
(Injured.  Collar bone broken.  Struck by mine post on the haulage road, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Aug. 10, 1908.)
Little, Robert
(Miner, ca.1919, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Elizabeth Rushton Little.)
Long, Clarence
(Miner, ca.1926, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Gladys E. McCurdy Long.)
Luckage, Michael
(Miner, ca.1921, ca.1923, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Anna Kalata Luckage.)
Lukich, Samuel
(Miner, ca.1916, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Maria Kolanich Lukich.)
[ M ]
Marino, Angelo
(Italian Miner Boy, Car Coupler ca.1914, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 18, single.);
(Killed.  Fatally injured.  Caught by a runaway trip of mine cars at the shaft bottom, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Sept. 12, 1914.)
Marka, Leo
(Polish Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 29, single.);
(Injured.  Leg fractured by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Nov. 16, 1906.)
Markaleen, Peter
(Horwat Miner, Machine Miner ca.1917, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 23, single.);
(Injured.  Simple fracture of fibula and abrasion of cheek by a fall of slate on the traveling way, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, April 11, 1917.)
Markulin, John
(Miner, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, ca.1923, married, wife Barbara Markulin.)
Marol, John
(Miner, ca.1903, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Cecilia Ruffner Marol.)
Marsili, Enrico
(Miner, ca.1915, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Maria Mocatelli Marsili.)
Matyonosky, John "Big John"
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1910, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Mary Matyonosky.);
(John came here to Forbes Road when he was about 20.  He and his wife Mary talked about the time he was trapped for 3 days in a mine cave in the 1930's.);
(d.1976.)
McConnell, Charles
(Miner, ca.1916, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Passed his Examination for Fire Boss, ca.1916, Certificate issued ca.1916.)
McCreary, Robt. H.
(Superintendent, ca.1905, of the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, for Jamison Coal & Coke Company.)
McFreeley, Richard
(Miner, ca.1917, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Passed his examination for Fire Boss, ca.1917.  Received his Certificate ca.1917.)
McVay, James I.
(Miner, ca.1914, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Myrtle Thurston McVay.)
Meholic, Peter
(Miner, ca.1904, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Killed.  Peter Meholic, a miner employed at Jamison No. 3, near Greensburg, was shot during a fight in that vicinity and died a few hours later.  He was a guest at a Slavish wedding, abd during a fight was shot with buckshot, which penetrated his side and neck.  Officers went to the scene, but were unable to get a glue to the person who fired the gun.  [from "The Indiana Democrat," Indiana, PA, Feb. 10, 1904.].)
Melock, Frank
(Hungarian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 34, married.);
(Injured. Leg broken by a fall of coal in a room, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Nov. 18, 1910.)
Mendo, John
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1903, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 20, single.);
(Killed.  Killed by fall of slate, in Jamison No. 3 Mine, Aug. 3, 1903.  He was so seriously injured by a fall of slate that death resulted about two hours thereafter.  The accident occurred in No. 12 room off 6 1/2 Butt entry off No. 2 face entry, north, where he was at work in company with Thomas Risko.)
Messaris, John Messaros
(Miner, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
Metrick, Mr.
(Miner, ca.1902, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Brother of Andrew Metrick.)
Metrick, Andrew
(Slavonian Miner, Machine Loader ca.1902, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 33, married.);
(Killed. Fatally injured by fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, June 14, 1902. Death resulted in twenty minutes.  The accident occurred in a room, where he and his brother were engaged in taking a "Slab" off a pillar.)
Metrick, Joseph
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1904, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 25, single.);
(Injured.  Leg fractured by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Nov. 18, 1904.)
Metro, Joseph
(Russian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1912, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 21, single.);(Injured.  Hands burned by an explosion of gas near the face of a room, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Sept. 23, 1912.)
Micklesh, Nike
(Slavonian Miner Boy, Car Dropper ca.1916, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 17, single.);
(Killed. Fatally injured.  Squeezed between the hoisting cage and a side of the hoisting shaft, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, June 7, 1916.)
Miller, Perry L., Sr.
(Miner, ca.1918, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Pauline M. DeWitt Miller.)
Mitchell, Borkayel
(Italian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1905, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 27, single.);
(Injured.  Leg fractured by a fall of coal, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Nov. 8, 1905.)
Molner, Michael
(Slavonian Miner, Company Employee ca.1905, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 40, married, 1 child.);
(Killed.  Instantly killed by being run over by a railroad car on the No. 3 coke siding, outside Jamison No. 3 Mine, Dec. 5, 1905.);
(December 5, Michael Molner, employee, was run over by a railroad car on No. 3 coke siding at the Jamison No. 3 Mine, and instantly killed.  Molner in company with others was pushing a Railroad car down the siding, when suddenly a locomotive came up pushing railroad cars in front of it, which struck the one they were pushing down, causing it to reverse with the above result.)
Morefield, Robert
(Miner, ca.1914, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Mary Farrell Morefield.)
Mortivich, Paul
(Austrian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1908, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 22, single.);
(Injured.  Two ribs broken by fall of coal at face of room, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Oct. 16, 1908.)
Murphy, Patrick
(Miner, Night Foreman, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married.)
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Natik, Joseph
(Miner, ca.1917, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Julia Gerics Natik.)
Nesbit, David
(Miner, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
Netski, Fedder
(Slavonian Miner, Mule Driver ca.1907, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 21, single.);
(Injured.  Injured in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Nov.13, 1907.)
Nolan, Cornelius
(Miner, ca.1924, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Helena Campbell Nolan.)
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Omachel, Emil
(Slavonian Miner, Mule Driver ca.1917, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 25, single.);
(Injured.  Compound fracture of leg by a kick from a horse while hooking the tail chain to the mine car, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, March 2, 1917.)
Orinesky, Carl
(Austrian Miner, ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
Injured. Badly injured in an explosion of dynamite at the boarding house of George Peto, at Jamison No. 3, May 11, 1910.  The explosion blew out the side of the house, killing Charles Patchatell and Frank Proger.  The men were on the second floor of the house. Patchatell was blown clear out of the house into the road, alighting on his head, crushing his skull.  Death was instantanous. Two others, Mike Yockvitik and Carl Orinesky, who were in the house were badly injured and were brought to Westmoreland Hospital. [from the "Greensburg Democrat," May 11, 1910.].)
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Parepis, Embra
(Austrian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1907, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 22, single.);
(Injured.  Leg broken by fall of slate, in the Jamison No 3 Mine, Feb.22, 1907.)
Patchatell, Charles
(Austrian Miner, ca.1910, Jamison No 3  Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 45.);
(Killed.  Killed in an explosion of dynamite at the boarding house of George Peto, at Jamison No. 3, May 11, 1910.  The explosion blew out the side of the house, killing Charles Patchatell and Frank Proger.  The men were on the second floor of the house. Patchatell was blown clear out of the house into the road, alighting on his head, crushing his skull.  Death was instantanous. Two other, Mike Yockvitik and Carl Orinesky, who were in the house were badly injured and were brought to Westmoreland Hospital. [from the "Greensburg Democrat," May 11, 1910.].)
Pavlylc, John
(Miner, ca. 1913, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Maria Ranic Paulylc.)
Pepsu, Mike
(Slavonic Miner, Entry Driver ca.1902, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 34, married, 1 child.);
(Killed.  Injured by fall of coal, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Feb 12, 1902.);
(So seriously injured in Jamison No. 3 Mine, Feb. 12, 1902, by a fall of coal that death resulted on the 14th inst. The accident occured in No. 1 entry east, where he was employed as an entry Driver.)
Peto, George
(Miner, ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Ran a boarding house at Jamison No. 3, Forbes Road, Pa, 1910.)
Pitcarian, R. F.
(Superintendent, of the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, ca.1910.)
Polinchar, John
(Hungarian Miner, ca.1904, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 40, married);
(Injured.  Leg broken by fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, June 23, 1904.)
Popovich, Michael
(Miner, ca.1911, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Helen Vasilnak Popovich.)
Popson, Andrew
(Slavonian Miner, Employee ca.1904, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 45, married.);
(Injured.  Head bruised by falling timber, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, April 25, 1904.)
Popson, Joseph
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1903, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 30, married.);
(Injured.  Leg broken by a fall of coal, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Nov. 26, 1903.)
Povenick, Clemence
(Russian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1908, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 20, single.);
(Killed.  Instantly killed by fall of slate at face of room, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, April 21, 1908.)
Powich, Frank
(Austrian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1907, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 22, single);
(Killed.  Fatally injured by a fall of slate in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, died Jan.10, 1908.)
Proger, Frank
(Austrian Miner, ca.1910, Jamison No 3  Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 25.);
(Killed.  Killed in an explosion of dynamite at the boarding house of George Peto, at Jamison No. 3, May 11, 1910.  The explosion blew out the side of the house, killing Charles Patchatell and Frank Proger.  The men were on the second floor of the house. Patchatell was blown clear out of the house into the road, alighting on his head, crushing his skull.  Death was instantanous. Two other, Mike Yockvitik and Carl Orinesky, who were in the house were badly injured and were brought to Westmoreland Hospital. [from the "Greensburg Democrat," May 11, 1910.].)
Pudock, Mathew
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1905, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
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Rapachy, Joseph
(Hungarian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1904, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 24, married.);
(Injured.  Bruised about body by a fall of coal, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, April 18, 1904.)
Rashcavits, Joseph
(Polish Miner, Pick Miner ca.1905, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 29, married.);
(Injured.  Back broken by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No.3 Mine, Sept. 26, 1905.)
Renko, Mike
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1903, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Brother of Paul Renko.)
Renko, Paul
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1903, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 28, married, 2 children.);
(Killed.  Instantly Killed by fall of slate in No. 13 room off 6 1/2 Butt entry off No. 2 face north, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Oct.16, 1903, while at work with his brother Mike Renko.)
Risko, Thomas
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1903, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(He was working with John Mendo, when Mendo was killed.)
Robosky, John
(Miner ca.1928-1939, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Edna Altman Robosky.)
Robusky, Michael
(Slavonian Miner, Engineer ca.1909, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 34, married.);
(Injured.  Shoulder blade broken.  Caught between the compressed air locomotive and a mine car on entry, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Nov. 22, 1909.)
Rushnack, Joseph
(Slavonic Miner, Pick Miner ca.1902, Jamison No. 3 mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 35, married, 2 children.);
(Killed.  Instantly killed by fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, May 27, 1902.  He was taking the slate down for the purpose of making the place safe, when the accident occurred.)
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Sachs, James H. "Taters"
(Miner, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.)
Salensky, John
(Miner, ca.1915, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Julia Chlebowski Salensky.)
Santella, Frank
(Italian Miner, ca.1938-1945, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married ca.1937, wife Mary Petrosky Santella.);
(Frank Santella  also worked at the Hannastown Mine [Jamison No. 2 Mine].)
Scifo, John S.
(Miner,  Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Jean Fredo Scifo.)
(b.1918-d.1994.)
Semenko, Nickolas
(Miner ca.1922, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Pauline Dohaney Semenko.)
Setlock, George
(Polish Miner, Employee ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 24, married.);
(Injured.  Leg broken by the compressed air locomotive, at the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Apr.24, 1906.)
Setmire, John
(Miner ca.1902-1918, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA,  married, wife Mary Baksa Szatmary Setmire.)
Shema, Andrew
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 32, married.);
(Injured.  Burned about face and eyes by a blast, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, July 2, 1906.)
Shema, John
(Slavonian Miner, Mule Driver ca.1907, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 22, single.);
(Killed. Killed by being caught between mine cars, in the Jamison No.3 Mine, Dec. 9, 1907.)
Sicora, John
(Slavonian Miner Boy, Pick Miner ca.1905, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 19, single.);
(Injured.  Injured internally by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Jan. 6, 1905.)
Slovenski, Harry
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 32, married.);
(Injured.  Hand torn off and otherwise injured by a blast, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, July 5, 1906.)
Slushka, Peter
(Hungarian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1907, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 35, married, 1 child.);
(Killed.  Killed by a fall of roof, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, June 27, 1907.)
Snyder, Sylvester
(German Miner, Mule Driver ca.1906,  Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 27, married.);
(Injured.  Jaw and collar bone broken by a fall of slate in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, May 25, 1906.)
Solomon, John
(Russian Miner Boy, Trip Runner ca.1912, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., Pa, Age 19, single.);
(Injured.  Hips and shoulders crushed by being caught under the hoisting cage at the shaft bottom, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Aug. 30, 1912.)
Stavilb, Paul
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1903, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 38, single.);
(Injured.  Leg broken and injured internally by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Sept. 29, 1903.)
Stephen, Jacob
(Miner, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married.)
Sterrett, R. W.
(Superintendent, of the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, ca.1930.)
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Templeton, John
(American Miner, Pick Miner ca.1916, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 32, married.);
(Injured. Leg fractured by a fall of slate at the face of a room while taking it down, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, July 11, 1916.)
Tomiak, Thomas
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1917, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 44, married.);
(Injured.  Severe contusion of knee by a fall of roof at the face of a room, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, June 30, 1917.)
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[ V ]
Vargo, Nicholas
(Hungarian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 25, married, 1 child.);
(Killed.  Killed by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Apr.2, 1906.);
(April 2, 1906, Nicholas Vargo, Hungarian, miner, was so seriously injured by a fall of slate in No. 8 room off No. 14 butt entry No. 2 face entry, north, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, that death resulted in almost five hours. He was at work with Joseph Behema, shoveling coal away, preparatory to setting a post, when the accident occurred.)
Vasache, Steven
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1904, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 38, married.);
(Injured.  Back broken and otherwise injured by fall of coal, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Sept. 2, 1904.)
Venzi, Francesco
(Italian Miner, ca.1916, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Lived in coal company House No.105, Forbes Road, PA.);
(b.1884 in Vilminore di Scalve, Italy.)
(Died of Spanish Infectious disease in Forbes Road ca.1918-19.)
Vislay, George
(Miner, ca.1923, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Mary Pacsaji Vislay.)
Voijtko, Joseph
(Hungarian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1914, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 32, single.);
(Killed.  Killed by being caught between a mine car and a coal pillar 550 feet from face of entry, in Jamison No. 3 Mine, Dec. 21, 1914.)
Vooksa, Michael
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 48, married.);
(Injured.  Leg broken by a fall of coal at the face of a room, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, April 15, 1910.)
Vuxan, Anton
(Austrian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1917, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 40, married.);
(Injured.  Femur fractured by a fall of slate while loading a mine car at the face of a pillar, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Sept. 14, 1917.)
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Wallace, Robert
(American Miner, Pick Miner ca.1917, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 48, married.);
(Injured.  Severe Contusion of ankle by a fall of slate while mining coal at the face of a room, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Jan. 29, 1917.)
Walor, Nicholas
(Miner, ca.1925, ca.1933, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Mary Yascovitz Walor.)
Whalen, Thomas
(Miner, ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Forbes Road, Westmoreland Co., PA);
(Passed his examination for Mine Foreman, First Grade ca.1906.  Certificate issued ca.1906.)
Wilkins, Robert
(American Miner Boy, Mule Driver ca.1907,  Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 18, single.);
(Killed.  Killed in Jamison No. 3 Mine, Nov. 6, 1907, caught between air locomotive and coal pillar near main east entry side track.)
Williams, William
(American Miner, Pick Miner ca.1917, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 33, married.);
(Injured.  Leg fractured above the ankle by a fall of slate at the face of a pillar, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, July 2, 1917.)
Wilson, David S.
(Miner, ca.1927, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Georgina Nesbit Wilson.)
Wowkson, George
(Austrian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1909, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 27, single.);
(Injured.  Face burned by a premature blast at the face of a room, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, July 7, 1909.)
Wysokinski, Antonia
(Polish Miner, Pick Miner ca.1909, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 38, married, 2 children.);
(Killed.  Fatally injured.  Struck by derailed mine car as trip passed him on entry, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Jan. 21, 1909.)
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Yacubicin, Andrew
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 20, single.);
(Injured.  Burned about face and hands by an explosion of gas, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, June 21, 1906.);
(See also: Zacubican, Andrew.)
Yaczola, Ignatius
(Miner, ca.1914, ca.1916, Forbes Road Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Anna Brenzovich Yaczola.)
Yassen, Thomas
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1902, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, quit Jamison No. 3 Mine in ca.1902.)
Yelitch, Veader
(Russian Miner Boy, Pick Miner ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 19, single.);
(Injured.  Leg broken by fall of slate at face of pillar, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Nov. 21, 1910.)
Yockvitik, Mike
(Austrian Miner, ca.1910, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA.);
(Injured. Badly injured in an explosion of dynamite at the boarding house of George Peto, at Jamison No. 3, May 11, 1910.  The explosion blew out the side of the house, killing Charles Patchatell and Frank Proger.  The men were on the second floor of the house. Patchatell was blown clear out of the house into the road, alighting on his head, crushing his skull.  Death was instantanous. Two others, Mike Yockvitik and Carl Orinesky, who were in the house were badly injured and were brought to Westmoreland Hospital. [from the "Greensburg Democrat," May 11, 1910.].)
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Zacubican, Andrew
(See: Yacubicin, Andrew.)
Zaichuk, Nick
(See: Zaitsew, Nikifor.)
Zaitsew, Nikifor
(Russian Miner, ca.1912, Forbes Road Mine [Jamison No. 3 Mine], Westmoreland Co., PA, married, wife Minnie Baranasic Zaitsew, 4 children.);
(Lived in coal company House No. 69 and also coal company House No. 94, Forbes Road, PA.);
(Born in Russia, May 19, 1894 or 95, died Feb., 1968.);
(Name was changed to Zaichuk, Nick.)
Zakini, Frank
(Italian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1907, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 28, married. );
(Injured.  Injured by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Nov.29, 1907.)
Zaorchock, Lasloe
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1907, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 31, married.);
(Killed.  Killed by a fall of slate, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Sept.3, 1907.)
Zaspari, Paul
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1905, Jamison No. 3 Mine, Westmoreland Co., PA, Age 27, married, 2 children.);
(Killed.  Fatally injured by fall of roof in pillar workings, in the Jamison No. 3 Mine, Aug 3, 1906, that death resulted on Sept. 2, 1905.  He had been told by a fire boss in the morning to put some posts up in the place, but did not do so.)
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