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Coal Miners Memorial
Cincinnati Mine,

Courtney,
Washington County,
Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

A Memorial to the Coal Miners that mined the Bituminous Coal seams of the Cincinnati Mine, Washington County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Compiled & Edited by
Raymond A. Washlaski

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

Updated Aug. 11, 2010

A Memorial to the Coal Miners that Worked the
Cincinnati Mine


Following is a partial list of the miners, mine employees and company store employees that worked the Cincinnati Mine, Courtney, Washington 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
CINCINNATI MINE
[ A ]
Aletra, Mr.
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Alita, Martin
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Alston, George
(Black Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 40 or 54, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Born in North Carolina.  Lived in Finleyville, PA. Interred in Finleyville Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Alston, Oscar
(Black Miner Boy, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 17.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, PA, Interred in Finleyville Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Alvinus, Victor
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Anderson, Robert
(Miner, Machine Boss ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 38.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, PA, Interred in Mingo Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Antra, Peter
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Aprimis, Victor
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 28.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, Interred in St. Dominic Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Aprinis, Victor);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Aprinis, Victor
(See: Aprimis, Victor.)
Armstrong, J. M.
(General Superintendent, ca.1917, Pittsburgh Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.)
[ B ]
Bacevicie, Peter
(See: Bacevieia, Peter.)
Bacevieia, Peter
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 31.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in St. Dominic Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Bacevicie, Peter.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Barty, Frank
(American Miner, Company Man ca.1912, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 20, single.);
(Injured. Ankle fractured by being struck by the haulage rope on one of the main passageways while on his way out of the mine, in the Cincinnati Mine, Jan. 25, 1912.)
Basset, John
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Lived in Monongahela, PA.)
Bennett, Walter
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 37.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Venetia, PA, interred in Finleyville Cemetery.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Bennett, William
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 39.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Venetia, PA, interred in Finleyville Cemetery.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Berry, William
(Russian Miner, Cutter ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 31, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA.  Interred in St. Dominic's Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Bery, William.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Bery, William
(See: Berry, William.)
Beyanka, Salvafote
(Italian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1912, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 39, married.);
(Injured.  Hip bone fractured by a fall of slate at the face of a room while taking slate down, in the Cincinnati Mine, June 13, 1912.)
Biece, Mike
(Austrian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 36, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interrd in Calvary Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Buce, Mike.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Blackburn, O. A.
(General Superintendent, ca.1900, ca.1903, Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.)
Bobner, Joseph
(Austrian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 31, single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in Finleyville Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Bogner, Joe & Boegman, Joe.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Boegman, Joe
(See: Bobner, Joseph.)
Bogner, Joe
(See: Bobner, Joseph.)
Bowen, Charles
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 36, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Riverview, or East Millsboro, PA, interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Boyle, Elmer
(Miner, Fireboss ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Brewer, Merle
(See: Bruuer, Merle.)
Brewer, Mr.
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Briggs, Lemuel "Lem"
(Miner, Track Man ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 31 or 40, married, 2 children.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lemuel Briggs also had worked at the Charleroi Mine, Washington Co., PA. );
(Lived in Venetia, PA, interred in Charloroi Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Brown, Mr.
(Miner, Assistant Mine Foreman ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the gas explosion of April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Bruuer, Merle
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 24.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Monongahela City, PA, interred in Hillview Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Brewer, Merle.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Buce Mike
(See: Biece, Mike.)
Bushby, James
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Bushing, James
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 32.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, PA.  Interred at Mingo Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Buttafard, Eresle
(See: Buttaford, Ercole.)
Buttafava, Ercole
(See: Buttaford, Ercole.)
Buttaford, Ercole
(Italian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 34, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cinncinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in Calvary Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Buttafava, Ercole & Buttafard, Eresle.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
[ C ]
Calander, Mathew
(Scotch Miner Boy, Mule Driver ca.1903, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 19, single.);
(Injured.  Leg broken; caught between a mine car and an entry pillar, in the Cincinnati Mine, Jan. 3, 1903.)
Campbell, Colman
(Scotch Miner, Fire Boss ca.1906, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 44, single.);
(Injured.  Shoulder and hand hurt by a fall of slate on the haulage road, in the Cincinnati Mine, Jan. 31, 1906.)
Carnack, Andy
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Carnack, Peter
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Carnack, Steve
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Carnack, Tony
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Carten, Robert
(Miner, Track Layer ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the explosion of April 23, 1913, through an abandoned heading, which had caved in and almost blocked the passage at times, and our way out of the Mingo entrance.”.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Carter, Joseph
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 22.);
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the explosion of April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Carter, Thomas
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 18 or 25.);
(Killed.  Killed in an explosion of gas, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.  An explosion wrecked the Cincinnati Mine killing William Watson, son of Lem Watson, along with Thomas Carter, son of the William Carter, Superintendent.);
(Watson family history story is that Willie & Tom were found holding hands 2 miles from the Courtney Exit.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Carter, William
(Superintendent, ca.1913, ca.1916, of the Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, for Pittsburgh Coal Company.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Carton, Robert
(Miner, ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washiongton Co., PA.);
(Lived in Gastonville, PA.)
Caslian, Frederick
(Italian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1906, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 32, married.);
(Killed.  Fatally injured by a fall of slate, in the Cincinnati Mine, March 22, 1906.)
Clater, Louis
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 49.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.);
(See also: Clator, Louis.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Clator, Louis
(See: Clater, Louis.)
Clayton, Louis
(See: Clater, Louis.)
Clemens, C. W.
(Miner, ca.1912, Cincinnati Mine, Washington, Co., PA.);
(Lived in Finleyville, PA.  Quit the Cincinnati Mine 8 months before the mine explosion of April 23, 1913.)
Clement, John
(American Miner, Pick Miner ca.1912, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 39, single.);
(Injured.  Leg injured by being struck by a displaced post at the face of a pillar, in the Cincinnati Mine, June 27, 1912.);
(See also: Clements, John;  Climents, John.)
Clements, John
(See: Clement, John;  Climents, John.)
Climents, John
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 40.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, interred in Finleyville Cemetery.);
(See also: Clement, John;  Clements, John.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Collick, John
(Slavonian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1909, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 33, married.);
(Injured.  Leg injured by a fall of slate at the face of his working place, in the Cincinnati Mine, Aug. 4, 1909.)
Conley, Walter
(American Miiner, Mule Driver ca.1912, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 28, married.);
(Injured.  Back injured by a fall of roof on one of the main passageways while on his way into the mine, in the Cincinnati Mine, July 19, 1912.);
(Could be the same Walter Conley listed below.)
Conley, Walter
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 24, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, interred in Finleyville Cemetery.);
(Could be the same Walter Conley listed above.);
(See also: Connelly, Walter.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Conlin, John
(Scotch Miner, Pick Miner ca.1916, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 38, married.);
(Injured.  Back injured by a fall of roof at the face of a room while drawing mine posts, in the Cincinnati Mine, Sept. 13, 1916.)
Connelly, Walter
(See: Conley, Walter.)
Crall, Charles
(American Miner, ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the explosion of April 23, 1913.  Found by the state mine inspectors rescue team.);
(He lived in Monongahela, PA.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
[ D ]
Dale, Joseph
(Austrian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 29, single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, interred in Gastonville Cemetery.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Demon, Joe.
(French Miner, Coal Loader ca.1912, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 53, married.);
(Injured.  Back and face injured by being struck by flying coal from a shot at the face of a room while tamping a shot, in the Cincinnati Mine, Sept. 10, 1912.)
Didyrdis, George
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 26.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, interred in St. Alberti Cemetery.);
(See also: Didyrgis, George.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Didyrgis, George
(See: Didyrdis, George.)
Diszmontas, Peter
(See: Diszmontos, Piteris.)
Diszmontos, Piteris "Peter"
(Russian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 27, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in St. Dominic's Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Diszuontis, Piteris & Diszmontos, Peter.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Diszuontis, Piteris
(See: Dizmontos, Piteris.)
Domia, Felix
(See: Donina, Felix.)
Donina, Felix
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.);
(See also: Domia, Felix & Dorina, Felix.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Donnelly, Lawrence
(Miner, Fan Engineer ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.)
Donnelly, Thomas
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 34.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, interred in St. Mary's Cemetery.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Dorina, Felix
(See: Donina, Felix.)
[ E ]
[ F ]
Fabjor, Mat
(Austrian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 37, married.);
(Killed.  Killed by an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in Calvary Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Fabyan, Mat.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Fabyan, Mat "Matt"
(See: Fabjor, Mat.)
Ferguson, Archibald
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 55 or 60.);
(Lived in New Eagle, interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Ferguson, David
(Scotch Miner, Mule Driver ca.1900, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 23, married.);
(Injured.  Leg broken;  mine car jumped the track, striking him, in the Cincinnati Mine, Nov. 22, 1900.)
Fellepine, Frank
(See: Filipine, Frank.)
Filipine, Frank
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 28.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.);
(See also: Fellepine, Frank & Fillipine, Frank.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Fillipine, Frank
(See: Filipine, Frank.)
Fisher, Frank
(Polish Miner, Pick Miner ca.1901, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 61, single.);
(See also: Fitchus, Frank & Fitzue, Frank.);
(Killed.  Instantly killed by being caught by an empty dilly trip, in the Cincinnati Mine, June 12, 1901.)
Fitchus, Frank
(See: Fisher, Frank.)
Fitzue, Frank
(See: Fisher, Fank.)
Fritzhugh, Frank
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Fitzpatrick, Frank I.
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 23.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, interred in Hackett Cemetery.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Ford, Thomas
(Black Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 47, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Born in Virginia.  Lived in Finleyville, PA, interred in Finleyville Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
[ G ]
Galanta, Joel V.
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 31.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(See also: Galatutta, Joseph & Golanda, Joseph.)
(Lived in Courtney, interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Galatutta, Joseph
(See: Galanta, Joel. V.)
Gardner, Robert
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 34.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, interred in Finleyville Cemetery.);
(See also: Garner, Robert.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Garner, Robert
(See: Gardner, Robert.)
Giuseppe, Donati
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 32.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.);
(See also: Guiseppi, Donati & Guisippi, Donati.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Goggens, Samuel
(Black Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 39.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Born in Virginia.  Lived in Finleyville, PA, interred in Finleyville Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Goggins, Samuel.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Goggins, Samuel
(See: Goggens, Samuel.)
Golanda, Joseph
(See: Galanta, Joel. V.)
Greegs, John
(Miner, Mule Driver ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 22,single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville - Mingo, PA, interred in Calvary Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Green, John.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Green, John
(See: Greegs, John.)
Green, Joseph
(Lithuanian Miner Boy, Laborer ca.1908, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 15, single.);
(Injured.  Leg broken on an entry.  Foot caught between a latch and a rail, and in falling he broke his leg, in the Cincinnati Mine, Aug. 15, 1908.);
(See also: Green Joseph,   that was killed in the Ciccinnati Mine Disaster, in ca.1913.  They could be the same man.)
Green, Joseph
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the explosion of April 23, 1913.);
(See also: Greegs, John;  Green, John.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Gregalon, Ignac "Ignaez"
(Russian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 35, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in St. Dominic's Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Gregalonis, Ignaez;  Grigglonis, Ignac,  Grigalonis, Ignac.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Gregalonis, Ignaez
(See: Gregalon, Ignac.)
Grigalonis, Ignas
(See: Gregalon, Ignac.)
Grigglonis, Ignac
(See: Gregalon, Ignac.)
Griggs, Henry
(Black Miner Boy, Trapper Boy ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 18, single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, PA. Parrents Charles Alston,  from No. Carolina and Mary Griggs Alston, from No. Carolina.  Interred in Finleyville Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Guiseppi, Donati
(See: Giuseppe, Donati.)
Guisippi, Donati
(See: Giuseppe, Donati.)
[ H ]
Hagar, Charles
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 45.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.);
(See also: Hager, Charles.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Hager, Charles
(See: Hagar, Charles.)
Halczum, John
(See: Halezyan, John.)
Halezyan, John
(Austrian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 40, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Huston Run, PA.  Interred at Monongahela City Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Halczum, John & Holczyu, John.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Hall, Fuller
(American Miner, Mule Driver ca.1912, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 25, married.);
(Injured.  Leg cut off by a mine car on one of the main passageways while getting off a trip to apply sprags, in the Cincinnati Mine, Jan. 26, 1912.)
Hannah, John
(Scotch Miner, Fire Boss ca.1906, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 58, married.);
(Killed. Instantly killed by a fall of slate, in the Cincinnati Mine, Jan. 31, 1906, while riding on a speeder, in the morning to examine the mine.  When about 5,800 feet in from the mouth of the mine he noticed a fall of slate on the dilly road, but he was going at such a speed that he was unable to stop, and he ran into the fall.  At that moment the remainder of the slate fell on the victim.  He died while being taken home.)
Hearn, Patrick
(Irish Miner, ca.1915, Courtney, Washingto Co., PA, Age 67, married.);
(Died. Died Oct. 23, 1915. Born in Ireland May 10, 1849. Interred at Calvary Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].)
Henraten, Peter
(Belgium Miner, Bricklayer ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 29, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohr Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Henrotin, Peter & Heurotin, Peter.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Henrotin, Peter
(See: Henraten, Peter.)
Hereman, George
(Miner, Assistant Machine Boss ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 31, windower.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Parents from Germany.  Lived in Monongahela, PA.  Interred at Greensburg, PA.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Herrman, George.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Herrman, George
(See: Hereman, George.)
Heurotin, Peter
(See: Henraten, Peter.)
Holczyu, John
(See: Halezyan, John.)
Holmes, Howard
(Black Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Son of S. T. Holmes.);
(See also: Holnes, Howard.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Holmes, Mr.
(Black Miner, Mule Driver ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Son of S. T. Holmes.)
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the explosion of April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Holmes, S. T.
(Black Miner, Mule Driver ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 55, married, children.);
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the explosion of April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Holnes, Howard
(See: Holmes, Howard.)
Hosby, William
(American Miner Boy, Coal Loader ca.1905, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 16, single.);
(Killed.  Killed instantly by a fall of slate, in the Cincinnati Mine, Jan. 17, 1905.  In the room where he was working there was a small quantity of slate next to the rib.  It was sounded, and considered safe, but while he was working under it, it fell.)
Hoskin, William
(English Miner, Mule Driver ca.1903, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 20, single.);
(Injured.  Ankle dislocated; caught by a mine car, in the Cincinnati Mine, Sept. 1, 1903.)
Hynds, Harvey
(See: Hynds, Henry.)
Hynds, Henry "Harry"
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 35.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in New Eagle, interred in St.Mary's Cemetery.);
(See also: Hynds, Harvey.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
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[ J ]
Jackson, Grant
(Black Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.)
Jenkins, John N.
(Miner, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co. PA.);
(lived in of Charleroi , PA.)
Johnpeiter, Raffello
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1909, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 24.);
(Killed.  Killed in a mining accident, in the Cincinnati Mine, Jan. 13, 1909.);
(Lived in Huston Run, PA.  Interred in St. Mary's Cemetery.  [From the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].)
Jones, John R.
(Welsh Miner, Company Man ca.1917, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 58, married.);
(Killed.  Instantly killed by a fall of roof on a cross entry while shearing the roof coal preparatory to the installation of electric wire, in the Cincinnati Mine, Oct. 1, 1917.)
[ K ]
Kapolka, Kolanti
(See: Kopalka, Kostante.)
Keefer, W. W.
(General Superintendent, ca.1904, ca.1905, ca.1906, Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.)
Kesanovski, John
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 22.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Hackett, PA, interred in Clavary Cemetery.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.);
(See also Keseronskis, John.)
Keseronskis, John
(See: Kesanovski, John.) Joe Kocki
Kochi, Joe
(See: Kocke, Joe.)
Kocke, Joe
(Russian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 35, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA; interred in St. Dominic's Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Kochi, Joe & Kocki, Joe.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Kocki, Joe
(See: Kocke, Joe.)
Kopalka, Kostante
(Russian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 37, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Hackett, PA. Interred at Gastonville Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Kapolka, Kolanti.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Kulpannowski, Steve "Stana"
(See: Kulpaumoski, Steve.)
Kulpaumoski, Stana "Steve"
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 45.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, Interred in Calvary Cemetery.);
(See also: Steve Kulpannowski, Steve.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
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Lake, John
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 35.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Landrom, James
(Black Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the explosion of April 23, 1913, through an abandoned heading, which had caved in and almost blocked the passage at times, and our way out of the Mingo entrance.”.);
(Lived in Finleyville, PA.);
(See also: Lanrun, James.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Langlow, Emil
(See: Longlais, Emil.)
Lanrun, James
(See: Landrom, James.)
Lap, John
(See: Lapp, John.)
Lappe, John
(Miner, Motorman ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 44, married.);
(Son of John Lappe and Mary Barton Lappe.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Elkhorn, PA.  Interred at Taylor's Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Lap, John.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.);Lappe John
Laurus, Charles M.
(Russian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 40, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA; interred in St. Dominic's Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Kapolka, Kolanti.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Laviski, Joe
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1901, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed.  Killed in a mining accident, in the Cincinnati Mine, March 16, 1901.);
(Lived in Elkhorn, PA.  Interred in McKeesport Cemetery.  [From the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].)
Lawrence, Joseph
(See: Lerenz, Joe.)
Layer, Joseph
(Lithuanian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1909, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 33, married.);
(Injured.  Arm, eye and body injured by an explosion of black powder near the face of an entry, in the Cincinnati Mine, Dec. 11, 1909.)
Leach, Henry
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 21.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, Pa, Interred in Mingo Cemetery.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Legler, Philip
(American Miner, ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the explosion of April 23, 1913.  Found by the state mine inspectors rescue team.);
(He lived in Elkhorn, PA.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Lerenz, Joe
(Russian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 50, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA; interred in St. Dominic's Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Lawrence, Joseph & Lorenzo, Joe.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
LeRoy, Emil
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 23 or 24, married, 4 children.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(After the Explosion of April 23, 1913, searchers found the Dog of Emil LeRoy, who met death in the explosion, two miles from the Mingo entrance to the mine.  The dog was almost exhausted and was carried out and resuscitated.  The animal, which was barking and howling since the explosion, refused to eat and keeps up an almost continuous moan. [from the "Indiana Evening Gazette," Indiana, PA, April 26, 1913.].)
(Lived in Courtney, PA.  Interred in Monongahela City Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.];
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Loney, Steve
(See: Long, Stephen.)
Long, Stephen
(Miner, Cutter ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 31, single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA.  Interred in St. Mary's Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Loney, Steve.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Longlais, Emil
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 35.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Monongahela City, PA.  Interred at Monongahela Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Langlow, Emil.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Lorenzo, Joe
(See: Lerenz, Joe.)
Loveskie, Joseph
(Polish Miner, Pick Miner ca.1901, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 42, married, 4 children.);
(Killed.  Instantly killed by a fall of slate, in the Cincinnati Mine, March 16, 1901.)
[ M ]
Mantel, Thomas
(See: Manuel, Thomas.)
Manuel, Thomas
(Welsh Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 36, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA; interred in Monongahela City Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Mantel, Thomas.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Marache, Charles
(See also: Marucha, Charles.)
Marchoff, Peter
(See: Marckoff, Peter.)
Marckoff, Peter
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(See also: Marchoff, Peter.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Marrische, Charles
(See: Marucha, Charles.)
Martusivic, Joseph
(See: Martusvic, Joseph.)
Martusvic, Joseph
(Russian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 41.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA.  Interred at St. Dominic's Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home recors.].);
(See also: Martusivic, Joseph.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Marucha, Charles
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 25.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, PA, interred in Gastonville Cemetery.);
(See also: Marache, Charles & Marrische, Charles.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Matashook, Mike
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1917, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Prosecuted for Violation of Mining Laws:  Nov. 17, 1917, information was made before an alderman of Monongahela, against Mike Matashook, charging him with violating the Mining Laws, in that he carried matches and smokers' articles into the Cincinnati Mine of Pittsburgh Coal Company, at Courtney, Washington County, locked safety lamps being used exclusively in said mine.  Nov. 26, 1917, defendant entered a plea of guilty, and was sentenced by the court to pay cost of prodecution and fine of $20.00, or to undergo an imprisonment of sixty days in the county jail.)
McColligan, William
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 30, married, 2 children.);
(Killed. Jacobs Creek, member of rescue corps.  Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Jacob's Creek, PA, interred in West Newton Cemetery.);
(See also: McCollough, William & McCullen, Mr..)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
McCollough, William
(See: McColligan, William.)
McCullen, Mr.
(See: McColligan, William.)
McDonald, J. B.
(Miner, Mine Foreman ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA.  Quit the Cincinnati Mine April 1, 1913.)
McLanch, Charles
(See: McLanus, Charles.)
McLanus, Charles
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(See also: McLanch, Charles.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
McMenemy, John
(Superintendent, ca.1900, ca.1904, ca.1906, of the Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, for Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Pittsburg, PA.);
(See also: McMinimy, John; McMining, John.)
McMinimy, John
(Superintendent, ca.1898, of the Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, for C. Jutte & Company.)
(Superintendent, ca.1905, of the Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, for Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company.);
(See also: McMenemy, John; McMining, John.)
McMining, John
(Superintendent, ca.1903,  for Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(See also: McMenemy, John; McMinimy, John.) 
McMunn, Matthew
(Irish Miner, Pick Miner ca.1900, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 55, single.);
(Injured.  Leg broken by a fall of slate, in the Cincinnati Mine, Nov. 5, 1900.)
McNeill, William
(Miner, Assistant Mine Superintendent ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 36, married, 2 children.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Coal Center, PA, or Granville, PA, interred in Howe's Cemetery.);
(See also: McNeil, William.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
McNeil, William
(See: McNeill, William.)
Melnyk, Junko
(See: Melnik, Charles.)
Melnik, Charles
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(See also: Melnyk, Junko & Melrick, Charles.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Melnik, George
(Austrian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 42, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Huston Run, PA.  Interred in Calvary Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Melotti, Maurizio
(See: Melotti, Mamizio.)
Melotti, Mamizio
(Italian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 34, single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA; interred in Calvary Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Melotti, Maurizio.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Melrick, Charles
(See: Melnik, Charles.)
Mercer, Henry
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.)
Mercer, Peter
(Miner, Fireboss ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 21.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Monongahela City, PA, interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Miller, Charles H.
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 31.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, PA, interred in Finleyville Cemetery.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Modijuske, Tony
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 28.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in Calvert Cemetery.);
(See also: Modijuski, Tony & Modjski, Tony & Mudejerski, Tony.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Modjski, Tony
(See: Modijuske, Tony.)
Modijuski, Tony
(See: Modijuske, Tony.)
Morlia, Frank
(Miner, ca.1911, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed.  Killed in a mining accident in the Cincinnati Mine, Sept. 28, 1911.);
(Lived near the Cincinnati Mine. Interred in the Irwin Cemetery. [From the Rebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].)
Morres, John
(Miner, Mule Driver ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 36, single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA; interred in Charlestown, W. Va. Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Morris, John.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Morris, John
(See: Morres, John.)
Moskos, Peter
(See: Muckos, Peter.)
Muckos, Peter
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 35.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in St. Dominic Cemetery.);
(See also: Moskos. Peter.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Mudejerski, Tony
(See: Modijuske, Tony.)
Murphy, Patrick
(American Miner, Coal Loader ca.1907, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 48, single.);
(Injured. Leg broken by a post on the entry, being pushed against him, in the Cincinnati Mine, Dec. 3, 1907.)
Music, John
(Austrian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1912, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 38, married, 3 children.);
(Killed. Instantly killed by coming in contact with an electric wire on one of the main passageways while on his way out of the mine.  Voltage at the generator 550 volts, in the Cincinnati Mine, July 16, 1912.)
[ N ]
Narnuck, Louis
(See: Vaenuk, Louis.)
Ness, George
(See: Vess, George.)
[ O ]
Oiler, Martin
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
[ P ]
Parker, Harry
(Miner, Fireboss ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the explosion of April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Pazinneta, Andy
(See: Pizinneta, Andy.)
Piggford, Edward
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.)
Pivinszky, Peter
(See: Pivnicky, Peter.)
Pivinisky, Peter
(See: Pivnicky, Peter.)
Pivnicky, Peter
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 30.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in Calvary Cemetery.);
(See also: Pivinisky, Peter & Pivinszky, Peter.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Pizinneta, Andy
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 29.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.);
(See also: Pazinneta, Andy & Puzunneta, Andrew.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Polanienli, Baptisto "Baptiste"
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 34.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.);
(See also: Polonisneti, Baptisto.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Polonianeti, Baptisto
(See: Polanienli, Baptisto.)
Polosiskis, John
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 26.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in St. Dominic's Cemetery.);
(See also: Polowski, John.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Polowski, John
(See: Polosiskis, John.)
Primes, Victor "Vic"
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.)
Puzunneta, Andrew
(See: Pizinneta, Andy.)
[ Q ]
[ R ]
Rafferty, Peter
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1898, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 54, single.);
(Killed.  Fatally injured by a fall of roof, in the Cincinnati Mine, July 11, 1898.)
Reilley, Thomas
(See: Reilly, Thomas.)
Reilly, Thomas
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 45, widower.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Hackett, PA; interred in Mt. Tabor Cemetery.  [From the Rebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].)
(See also: Reilley, Thomas.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Riley, Thomas
(American Miner Boy, Mule Driver ca.1912, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 19, single.);
(Injured.  Foot injured by neing caught between the bumpers of two mine cars while riding along the main entry, in the Cincinnati Mine, Sept. 18, 1912.)
Ronchatte, Giacomo
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Rush, John Henry
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 26.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Gastonville, PA, interred in Finleyville Cemetery.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Rutkovski, William
(See: Rutkowski, William.)
Rutkowski, William
(Russian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 27, single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA; interred in St. Dominic's Cemetery.  [From the Rebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Rutkovski, William.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
[ S ]
Sabretis, William
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 34.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in St. Dominic's Cemetery.);
(See also: Sabuitus, William & Sabutis, William. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Sabuitus, William
(See: Sabretis, William.)
Sabutis, William
(See: Sabretis, William.)
Sanko, Andy
(Austrian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1906, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 24, single.);
(Killed. Instantly killed by a fall of slate, in the Cincinnati Mine, May 10, 1906.)
Schleuderberg, George W.
(General Superintendent, ca.1916, Pittsburgh Coal Company, Cincinnati Mine.)
Scorbity, Joseph
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1897, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed.  Killed in a mining accident in the Cincinnati Mine, Dec. 23, 1897.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA.  Interred in the Monongahela City Cemetery. [From the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].)
Simon, Jacob
(German Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 42, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in New Eagle, PA; interred in Braddock Cemetery.  [From the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Skarnyak, Andy
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 36.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in Calvary Cemetery.);
(See also: Skronyak, Andy.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Skronyak, Andy
(See: Skarnyak, Andy.)
Smith, Stanley
(Polish Miner, Coal Loader ca.1907, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 31, married.);
(Injured.  Back and chest bruised by a fall of slate at the face of a room, in the Cincinnati Mine, Sept. 21, 1907.  He had examined the slate and thinking it safe started to work under it when it fell and caught him, in the Cincinnati Mine.)
Snyder, Edw.
(Superintendent, ca.1917, of the Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, for Pittsburgh Coal Company, Pittsburgh, PA.)
Sommoville, Albert
(Belgian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1905, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 54, married.);
(Killed.  Killed instantly by a fall of slate, while scraping coal from under it, in the Cincinnati Mine, March 1, 1905.)
Spadenia, Selmo
(See: Spadinia, Selmo.)
Spadinia, Selmo
(Italian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 21, single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA; interred in Monongahela City Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Spadenia, Selmo.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Stokes, Gary
(Miner, Dilly Rider ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);(Lived in the Concinnati Patch.)
Strainer, Stephen
(English Miner, Coal Loader ca.1909, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 48, married.);
(Injured.  Foot injured by a fall of rock on one of the main passaways, in the Cincinnati Mine, Dec. 5, 1909.)
Stratton, David
(Black Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 45, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, PA; interred in Finleyville Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Summer, James
(American Miner, Pick Miner ca.1900, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 42, single.);
(Injured.  Flesh wound on calf of leg;  caught between mine cars, in the Cincinnati Mine, Dec. 24, 1900.)
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Terebezo, Walter "John"
(Russian Miner, Machine Man ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 20 or 24, single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in St. Dominic's Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Terrebezo, Walter & Turebzo, Walter.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Terrebezo, Walter
(See: Terebezo, Walter.)
Thompson, Robert
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Thompson, Tom
(Miner, Night Boss ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the explosion of April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Tolowpolouski, Mr.
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Tronchatti, Giacomo
(Italian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 48, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA; interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.[From the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.]
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Tryer, Jas.
(Black Miner, ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 47, married, 3 children.);
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the explosion of April 23, 1913.);
(Killed.  Since the explosion he had been afraid to work in the mine and had been employed on the Smith farm, near Finletville, PA.  His body was found on the trolley tracks, looked like he had been shot. [from "The Charleroi Mail," Charleroi, PA , June 16, 1913.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Tumas, Anton
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1896, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed.  Killed in a mining accident, in the Cincinnati Mine, Oct. 6, 1896.);
(Lived in Buffalo Patch, PA.  Interred in Monongahela City Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].)
Turebzo, Walter
(See: Terebezo, Walter.)
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[ V ]
Varnack, Junko

Varnack, Louis
(See: Vaenuk, Louis.)
Varnock, Lewis
(See: Vernoski, Louis.)
Vaenuk, Louis
(Austrian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 38, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Huston Run, PA; interred in Calvary Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Narnuck, Louis, Varnack, Louis & Varunek, Louis.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Varunek, Louis
(See: Vaenuk, Louis.)
Venchenti, Ben
(Italian Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913. [From the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Vincent, Benjamin; Vincenso, Barudo.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Vernoroski, Louis
(See: Vernoski, Louis.)
Vernoski, Louis
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 36.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Hackett, PA, interred in Gastonville Cemetery. [From the Bebout & Yohr Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Vernoroski, Louis.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Vess, George
(Black Miner Boy, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 16, single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, PA; interred in Finleyville Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(See also: Ness, George.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Vincenso, Barudo
(See: Venchenti, Ben.)
Vincent, Benjamin
(See: Venchenti, Ben.)
Vincenzo, Joseph
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Vickers, George
(Miner, Fireboss ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA.);
(Injured.  Escaped from the mine after the explosion of April 23, 1913.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)

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Walker, Charles
(Black Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 47, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, PA; interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Warner, William J.
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 58.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home reocrds.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Warrick, William W.
(Miner, Bratticeman ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 45, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Gastonville; interred in Finleyville Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Watson, Joseph Lemuel, Jr. "Lem"
(American Miner Boy, Brakeman ca.1907, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 17, single.);
(Injured.  Leg broken by being thrown from a mule.  Outside the Cincinnati Mine, March 4, 1907.);
(Son of Joseph Lemuel Watson, Sr., born ca.1890, the family lived in Coal Bluff and moved to Courtney Hill.);
(Joseph Lemuel Watson, Jr. died in ca.1920 from internal injuries [hard to read on the certificate] at the Cokeburg Railroad where he worked as a conductor.)
Watson, Joseph Lemuel, Sr. "Lem"
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1907, 1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, married.);
(Fire Boss' Certificate of Competency April 8, 1886 for Joseph L Watson.)
(Lived in Courtney, PA.)
Watson, William
(Miner, Brakeman ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 21, single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA; interred in Monongahela City Cemetery.  [From the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(Son of Lem Watson, Sr.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Watson, William "Willie"
(American Miner,  Brakeman ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 21.);
(Killed.  Killed in an explosion of gas, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.  An explosion wrecked the Cincinnati Mine killing William Watson, son of Lem Watson, Sr., along with Thomas Carter, son of the Superintendent.);
(Watson family history story is that Willie & Tom were found holding hands 2 miles from the Courtney Exit.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Weaver, Joseph H.
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 36.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, interred in Finleyville Cemetery. [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home Records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Weldon, Joseph
(Miner, Assistant Mine Foreman ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 29.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville, interred in Castle Shannon Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Wilkenson, Walter
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 39.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Gastonville, interred in Finleyville Cemetery.  [from the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Hime Records.].);
(See also: Wilkerson, Walter.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Wilkerson, Walter
(See: Wilkenson, Walter.)
Williams, Joseph
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 33.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in Stone Church Cemetery, near Gastonville, PA.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Wood, Andy
(See: Wood, Henry.)
Wood, Henry
(Miner Boy, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 18 or 19.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Finleyville or Bentleyville, PA, interred in Hackett Cemetery.);
(See also: Wood, Andy.)
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
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[ Y ]
Yoiukuza, Sirnos
(See: Yonkuys, Simas.)
Yonkuys, Simas
(Russian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 29, single.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA; interred in St. Dominic's Cemetery.  [From the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Yoiukuza, Sirnos.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Younger, John
(American Miner, Pick Miner ca.1916, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 40, married.);
(Injured.  Leg broken by a fall of slate while walking to the face of a coal pillar, in the Cincinnati Mine, July 25, 1916.)
[ Z ]
Zankas, George
(Russian Miner, Coal Loader ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 40, married.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA; interred in St. Dominic's Cemetery.  [From the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Zaukos, George.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)
Zaukos, George
(See: Zankas, George.)
Zamotti, Giacomi
(See: Zannatti, Giacomi.)
Zannatti, Giacomi "Giancomo"
(Miner, Pick Miner ca.1913, Cincinnati Mine, Washington Co., PA, Age 24.);
(Killed. Killed in an explosion of gas and coal dust, in the Cincinnati Mine, April 23, 1913.);
(Lived in Courtney, PA, interred in Monogahela City Cemetery. [From the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home records.].);
(See also: Zamotti, Giacomi.);
(Cincinnati Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913.)

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The names of the miners killed in the Cincinncti Mine Disaster of April 23, 1913 have been compiled from four different lists, with all the different spellings of the names given.  A lot of the miners names were respelled differently each time they were recorded.

A special thanks to Glen Dixon, Researcher, for his research in the "Charleroi Mail" newspaper and other newspapers of Washington County, and the addition of many of the miners names from Washington County. Also his research into the records of the Bebout & Yohe Funeral Home, for many of the names of the Cincinnati Mine Miners killed in the 1913 disaster.

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