This does not include miners who gave their lives whilst serving with HM Forces in World War One. They are covered in the WW1 Roll of Honour elsewhere on the website.
Often overlooked, neither war would have been won without the contribution of the miner underground.
David Hare, 17th September,1914, Accident at work Age 63
Thomas Dickson, 24th September,1914, Died at Work, Age 65
David Tait, 8th June,1916, Crushed by hutch, Age 74
Peter Coleman, 23rd November, 1916, Crushed by hutch, Age 32
James Park 9th December, 1915 Fall of stone , Age 30
Robert Landells, 24th February,1916, Fall of stone, Age 50
Mathew Webb Hughes 22nd May 1941, Fall of stone, Age 42
John Crawford, 11th June, 1942, Fall of stone, Age 26
Myles Gillespie, 27th January, 1943, Fall of stone age 43
Henry Boyes, 17th June, 1943, Fall of stone, Age 23
William Melville 1st March,1943 Crushed between Hutches, Age 63
James Kennedy, 26th June, 1945 Mining accident, age 25
Alexander Burnett MM and Bar in WW1 whilst serving with 8th Royal Scots,died 21st September, 1940 Accident Age 51
Thomas Moffat, 1940, Fall of coal, age 55
Robert Pearson, 21st January, 1943 Carbon Monoxide gas, age 20
James Herriot, 27th July,1943, Fall of coal, age 28
John Hunter, (30) ,
John Steel, (42),
Daniel Walker Slater, (55),
Killed in an explosion, the worst incident in the history of the pit.