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Livingston County, Illinois
Coal Mine Fatalities
ALDERSON
March 15, 190317, a second explosion occurred at the Cardiff Coal company, Livingston county, when five men were killed; including
William Alderson, of Cardiff, miner, aged 28 years, married, leaving a widow and two children.
Three named are buried in the mine; including William Alderson; their bodies could not be found by the rescuing party.
See : March 1903 Explosion
 
ANDERSON
June 8, 18937, John Anderson, of Streator, miner, a married man, employed in No. 3 mine of the Chicago, Wilmington & Vermilion Coal Co. at Streator, Livingston county, was fatally crushed by falling coal at the face of his room; he was gathering his tools together at quitting time, when the coal fell on him, causing death the following day.
 
February 10, 18906, Thomas Anderson, of Streator, miner, aged 37 years, married, was killed by falling rock in his room. He leaves a widow.
 
BARA
March 13, 190317, an explosion of gas occurred in the mine ot the Cardiff Coal company, Livingston county, which resulted in the death of three men; including
James Barra, of Cardiff, miner, aged 41 years, married, leaves a widow and four children.
      Barra and McClusky were building a stopping at the third southeast, where the force of the explosion was the greatest. They were thrown against the side of the entry and instantly killed. The explosion was caused by gas igniting at a gob fire, which had taken place in the old workings down the south slope. The men, at the time of the explosion, were putting in stoppings to seal off the old works from the main road.
See : March 1903 Explosion
 
BERTRAIN
October 13, 190520, Joe Bertrain, miner, of Cardiff, aged 28 years, married, was killed in the Cardiff Coal Co.'s mine, Cardiff, Livingston county, by falling roof, while brusbing the roadway to the working face of his room. He leaves a widow and two children.
 
BOWAN
On December 30, 18949, Joseph Bowan, of Streator, one of the men who was burned in the explosion at Spring Hill mine on the 4th of December, died from the result of his injuries. He was about 50 years of age and lived alone, his wife having left him about three years before.
 
BRAZAPSKI
October 18, 18865, John Brazapski, of Streator, aged 20 years, single, was killed by falling coal.
 
BRIZOPSKI
October 20, 18865, J. Brizopski, of Streator, aged 20 years, single, was killed by falling coal.
 
BROWELL
May 8, 18948, Henry Browell, of Pontiac, miner, aged 40 years, was killed instantly in the mine operated by John Henry, at Pontiac. by a fall of rock at the working face. The place was being driven through a troubled piece of coal. The width of his room had been restricted to twelve feet to make it safer in going through the trouble. The rock that fell on him would weigh about a ton, and came from a V shaped slip in the roof which be had not noticed. He left a widow and five children.
 
BROWN
July 1, 189914, Matthew Brown, of Ladd, sinker, aged 40 years, single, was fatally injured in the sinking shaft at Cardiff , Livingston county. Deceased, with five other men, was working in the shaft, when a small piece of rock fell from the pump room, a distance of 35 feet, striking him on the head and fracturing his skull. He died two days after receiving the injury.
 
CADMAN
November 5, 189510, Charles Cadman, of Streator, aged 57 years, who, with his two sons. was employed as a miner in Price & Jones' shaft at Streator, had fired a blast about 4:30 p, m.; he went back into his room immediately after the blast was fired, and taking his pick sounded the roof, and said to his son William, that it was all right. What is termed a slip or roll was on the left side of his room and spread out into the room for a distance of 16 feet. The blast fired had loosened the coal into the slip on the left pillar, but a portion of the coal was hanging on the slip, he started to mine it off, when five minutes after a large piece of rock fell on him killing him instantly He left a widow and ten children, five of whom are able to take care of themselves.
 
CAVE
December 30, 189510, John W. Cave, of Streator, miner, aged 28 years, single, was fatally injured at 4 p. m. in the C, W. & V. Coal Company's No. 2 shaft, two miles east of Streator. The deceased and his father were at work on the night shift in room No. 2, on first east entry on the south side of the shaft. This entry was turned off at thirty-six feet from the shaft bottom, and on the north side another entry running east was turned off at a distance of twenty-seven feet from this entry, three rooms were driving south, and in the third room John Sanders and Andrew Malleek had prepared a blast in the top coal, and, when they were tamping their blast, they rapped on the coal as a signal to the men in the other entry, whose rooms were driving south of the entry on the south side of the shaft. They received an answer from another miner, and at this time the deceased and his father were standing in the opening of their own room, and remarked to Patrick McLange, who had just rapped on the coal, that the other room was very near being holed. They had just moved their tool-box and dinner pails from a point twelve feet back on the entry into their own room. They supposed the shot in the opposite room was at the point where they had just moved their tools; thinking they were safe, they sat down to eat their lunch, when the blast in the opposite room was fired and shot in a direct line with where John W. Cave was sitting, striking him on the left side of the head. He died before reaching home.
 
CHERRY
July 9, 190217, John Cherry, of Pontiac, miner, aged 21 years, single, was killed by a premature blast in the Pontiac Coal company's mine, Pontiac, Livingston county.
 
CLEANSON
February 1, 190014, Martin Cleanson, of Cardiff, coal trimmer, single, aged 22 was instantly killed by a descending cage, at the lower landing of the Cardiff Coal Company's mine at Cardiff, Livingston county. It appears that a farmer with a wagon came for coal; the pit-car had to be turned at the bottom of the shaft, as the wagon chute and the railroad chutes are on opposite sides; the cages are self-dumping. Deceased at this time was at the lower landing, leaning over the edge of the shaft, shouting down to turn the car, when the cage came from the top, striking him on the head, killing him instantly. I ordered speaking tubes put in at once, so that men can communicate from top to bottom without danger.
 
CONTE
July 15, 18938, Joseph Conte, of Streator, miner, married, was fatally crushed by a large piece of rock falling on him while at work in his room in N. Plumb's mine at Streator. The deceased had examined the rock a short time before the accident occurred and considered it safe, however, it fell without warning, injuring him so severely that he died three hours afterwards. He left a widow and three children.
 
DALERY   /   DALEY
December 10, 190116, John Dalery, of Fairbury, miner, age 38 years, single, was severely injured by a fall of rock at the working face in the Cooperative Coal company's mine, Fairbury, Livingston county. He was loading a car, when a rock suddenly fell on him, causing his death two hours after the accident.
 
DECKER
December 7, 189914, Levi Decker, of Cornell, pumpman, aged 53 years, married, was fatally injured in J. E. Smith & Co.'s mine at Cornell, Livingston county. Deceased was employed by the above company to take the water out of an old mine, and as the water was lowered in the shaft the pump had to lowered also. In lowering the pump the steam pipe had to be disconnected on top; when in the act of lowering the pump the elbow caught on the timbers and disconnected a short length of pipe, which fell down the shaft about eighty feet, striking Decker on the head, crushing his skull. He was unconscious for fifteen hours, and died without recovering consciousness. He leaves a widow and five children, two of whom are dependent.
 
DELPUS
September 39, 190419, John Delpus, of Pontiac, miner, age 46 years, married, was killed instantly by falling rock on the entry, 43 feet from the face, in the Brady Coal Company's mine. Pontiac. Livingston county. He leaves a widow and five children.
 
DOVERNA
July 21, 18938, Andrew Doverna, of Streator, miner, age 35 years, married, was fatally injured by a large piece of rock falling on him while at work in his room in the Chicago, Wilmington & Vermilion Coal Company's No. 3 mine at Streator, Livingston county, his injuries were internal and he died three hours after the accident. He left a widow and three children.
 
DUFFEY
July 21, 190419, Robert Duffey, of Pontiac, miner, aged 20 years, single, was instantly killed by falling rock at the face of his working place in the Brady Coal Company's mine. Pontiac, Livingston county.
 
FICHER
January 27, 190923, Joseph Ficher, miner, aged 48 years, married, was killed while employed at the Cardiff mine, operated by the Cardiff Coal Company. The deceased was working in what is called the "big vein;" in this seam of coal there is a boney coal about 10 inches thick and 3 feet from the bottom. In mining this coal, the lower bench is shot out up to the "boney." While shoveling coal from under, a piece of boney coal, 10 inches thick, 18 inches wide and 3 feet long, it fell upon him causing his death. He leaves a widow.
 
GALBRAITH
November 2, 191125, Robert Galbraith, of Pontiac, miner, aged 20 years, single, was killed instantly at the face of his working place by fall of rock in the Brady Coal Co.'s mine, Pontiac, Livingston County.
 
HASSELL
March 15, 190317, a second explosion occurred at the Cardiff Coal company, Livingston county, when five men were killed; including
Anton Hassell, of Cardiff, miner, aged 38 years, married, leaving a widow and three children.
See : March 1903 Explosion
 
HAVINKA
March 9, 190923, Andrew Havinka, miner, aged 48 years, was employed at Muntz Bros, mine, near Streator. He was killed by a fall of rock at working face. He leaves a widow and four children.
 
HEWITT
March 13, 190317, an explosion of gas occurred in the mine of the Cardiff Coal company, Livingston county, which resulted in the death of three men; including
James Hewitt, of Cardiff, driver, aged 23 years, single.
See : March 1903 Explosion
 
HUTCHINSON
March 15, 190317, a second explosion occurred at the Cardiff Coal company, Livingston county, when five men were killed; including
James Hutchinson, of Cardiff, miner, aged 46 years, married, leaving a widow and eight children.
Three named are buried in the mine; including A. Wilson; their bodies could not be found by the rescuing party.
See : March 1903 Explosion
 
JACOBS
August 16, 18865, Alexander Jacobs, of Streator, aged 61 years, married, was killed by falling coal. He leaves a widow.
 
JEOKOSKI
March 15, 190317, a second explosion occurred at the Cardiff Coal company, Livingston county, when five men were killed; including
Anton Jeokoski, of Cardiff, miner, aged 23 years, single.
See : March 1903 Explosion
 
JORDAN
February 14, 192433, Harry Clay Jordan, of Pontiac, miner, age 54 years, married, was killed by a fall of rock in Pontiac Coal Mining Company's mine. He leaves a widow and two children.
 
KAKARA
November 18, 18865, Andro Kakara, of Streator, aged 48 years, married, was killed by falling coal. He leaves a widow and eight children.
 
KUSNIR   /   KUSMIR
June 4, 18959, at the Acme Shaft, Streator, John Kusnir, of Streator, miner, aged 34 years, was fatally injured by a fall of rock and died a few hours afterwards. He had just gone in that morning to look for a place and found one that suited him, and was going out again to bring in more tools. When about thirty yards out of the entry a large stone fell on him breaking his back. He was taken home and died the following night. The mine examiner testified to having examined the place about 5:30 that morning and considered it safe. There were two props under the stone, one on each side of the road; there had been a fall just outside of the stone, leaving an opening, the rock broke across the road in a line with the props and fell just as he was passing under. Deceased leaves a widow but no children.
 
LAWTON
November 27, 190924, Thos. Lawton, aged 40 years, married, was employed as a miner at the Streator Clay Mfg. Company's mine located at Streator. He was killed by a fall of rock in his working place. He leaves a widow and two children.
 
LEWIS
March 19, 18948, Harry Lewis, of Streator, miner, 50 years of age, married, was fatally injured by a descending cage in the Springhill Coal Co.'s shaft, near Streator. At the time of the accident, he supposed the cages were at rest and started to go across the shaft. Just as he stepped into the cage seat, the pit-boss called to him with alarm, at the same moment the descending cage struck him. He died April 3, fifteen days after being injured. He was always considered a very careful man.
 
MARINETTI   /   MARINETTO
February 23, 189711, Ambro Martinetti, of Kangley, aged 35 years, a single man, employed as a miner in the Star Coal Company's No. 2 mine at Kangley, received fatal injuries. The deceased and his partner were engaged in taking out the entry pillars, on the 24th right entry, and at the time of the accident had the pillar taken out to the opening of an old room. This and part of the entry had caved in during the night. They left a pillar of coal next to the old room, and cut through outside of this into the left side of the old room; they then mined under the pillar next to the cave, and had it mined from both sides with the exception of a small piece in the center. This then left a block of coal 7 x 10 inches free on three sides, from the caved part of the entry back over the block of coal mined under. A slip was in the roof, and the deceased started on the caved side to mine the small piece left in. His partner at this time went back on the entry to bring in an empty pit-car, and coming in found the deceased under a mass of coal and rock. A part of the coal had fallen and liberated the slip in the roof. The men from the other entry at once came to the rescue, but could not move the rock. The head driver being close at hand at the time, got a prop under as a lever, and raised the rock sufficiently to allow deceased to be taken out, when it was found that he was dead. By waiting a little they could have mined under from the outside where the roof was safe.
 
McCLUSKY
March 13, 190317, an explosion of gas occurred in the mine of the Cardiff Coal company, Livingston county, which resulted in the death of three men; including
John McClusky, of Cardiff, miner, aged 23 years, married, leaves a widow and one child;
      Barra and McClusky were building a stopping at the third southeast, where the force of the explosion was the greatest. They were thrown against the side of the entry and instantly killed. The explosion was caused by gas igniting at a gob fire, which had taken place in the old workings down the south slope. The men, at the time of the explosion, were putting in stoppings to seal off the old works from the main road.
See : March 1903 Explosion
 
MELCHER
On April 15, 18959, at the C. W. & Y. Coal Company's No. 3 shaft, Streator, Illinois, Henry Melcher, of Strearor, miner, aged 28, married, was instantly killed by a fall of coal. He was working with a man named John Colenberger, and they had taken the bottom coal from under the tops, and a cut of coal twelve feet long and three and one-half feet under cut on both sides was left hanging for four days. The deceased went under again to mine without setting props to the top coal as is generally done. His partner told him it was dangerous to go under it without having props set, but he mined away for some time, and then both retired from the face to eat a lunch. After lunch Mr. Colenberger said he would get the props to set under the coal, that the coal was cracking as if about to fall. The deceased said he would go in and get his pick which he had left where he was mining. Colenberger told him not to, but he went and just as he put his hand on the pick handle the mass of coal fell on him, nearly severing his head from his body and otherwise mangling him. He left a widow and one child.
 
MICHAEL
March 16, 190317, a third explosion occurred at the Cardiff Coal company, Livingston county,, the force of which was so great that some of the timbers were blown off of the top of the air shaft.
A. W. Michael, of Cardiff, a carpenter, was struck in the breast by a piece of flying timber, which caused his death three hours afterwards. He was 38 years of age, and leaves a widow and four children.
See : March 1903 Explosion
 
MONSTRASTELLO
September 27, 190924, Adolph Monstrastello, aged 26 years, single, employed as a miner at the Cardiff Coal Company No. 2. He was killed instantly by a fall of rock in his working place.
 
MURPHY
January 10, 191831, William Murphy, of Pontiac, miner, age 50 years, married, was killed by a fall of rock in Murphy, Linskey and Kasher's mine, Pontiac, Livingston County. Deceased was loading a car when a piece of rock fell from the roof killing him instantly. He leaves a widow and two children.
 
PASSCRO
September 18, 190621, Frank Passcro, of Cardiff, miner, aged 28 years, single, employed in mine No. 2 of the Cardiff Coal Company, Cardiff, Livingston county, was instantly killed by falling rock, while mining coal at the face of his room.
 
PAZESNIX
July 12, 190520, Martin Pazesnix, of Cornell, miner, aged 27 years, single, was killed in the Pheonix Coal Co.'s mine, Cornell, Livingston county, by falling roof at the working face of his room.
 
PETERS
June 28, 18875, Joseph Peters, of Streator, aged 42 years, married, was killed by falling rock in the mine entry. He leaves a widow and two children.
 
PRETTE
December 4, 190924, Chas. Prette, aged 34 years, married, was employed as a day laborer in mine operated by the Fairbury Coal Co., located at Fairbury. He went into a room to clean up some fallen rock. While doing so, more rock fell on him, injuring him fatally. He died a few hours after being taken home. He leaves a widow and four children.
 
PRICE
On the morning of December 4, 18949, in the Spring Hill coal mine, Reese Price, of Streator, miner, 50 years of age and a married man, was injured by an explosion of gas while on his way to his room and died a few hours afterwards.
The explosion was caused by the using of a naked light by Joe Bowan, a white man, or William Hamilton, a colored man, who worked together in room No. 9. The one blames the other for firing the gas; they were both badly burned by the explosion.
Mr. Price was not burned at all, but was thrown down by the force of the explosion and was hurt across the back in the region of the kidneys and in the right breast. The external appearance of his injuries was a contusion in the region of the kidneys, where he complained of the pain; there was also a slight abrasion of the skin on the back part of the head. Dr. Findlay, the physician who attended him, thought that the shock from the explosion and the exposure to which he was subjected on his way home contributed a good deal towards his death. He leaves a widow and six children, three of whom are married and three left dependent.
 
ROLANDO
December 21, 18938, Joseph Rolando, of Diamond, a miner, aged 40 years, single, was fatally injured in the No. 4 shaft of the Wilmington, Mining and Manufacturing Co., at Diamond. While setting a prop in his road-head, under a loose rock, it fell striking him on the head, producing two scalp wounds, which, at the time, were not considered serious. He was able to walk around for a day or so, but died the third day after the accident occurred, being suddenly seized with tetanus.
 
SAVAGE
October 27, 190116, Richard Savage, of Cardiff, machinist, age 42 years, married, was fatally injured by falling part way down the shaft of the Cardiff Coal company, Cardiff, Livingston county. Deceased and the engineer were putting on a new rope. After putting on the rope, the engineer ran the cage up and down two or three times, but did not know how far the cage was from reaching the bottom; to find out, deceased went down on the south cage; when the cage stopped, he called up to the men above to tell the engineer not to move the cage. After waiting a reasonable time, they called down to him, but received no answer. One of the men then went down the escape shaft; when he came to the bottom of the hoisting shaft he found Savage lying in the cage hole. It is supposed he got between the buntings, to see how far he was from the bottom, and fell a distance of 44 feet; he was unconscious when taken out, and remained so until he died, one hour and a half after the accident. He leaves a widow and six children.
 
SHEPHARD
December 21, 18865, Willaim Shephard, of Streator, aged 20 years, single, was killed by falling rock.
 
SIDDONS
November 13, 18896, Alfred Siddons, of Streator, driver, aged 19 years, single, was killed when he was run over by a pit-car.
 
SINGULA
October 15, 18927, George Singula, of Streator, miner, a married man, was instantly crushed to death in Samuel Simpkin's mine at Streator, Livingston county, by a large piece of rock falling on him at the face of his room. He had passed through a clay slip a few days previous but failed to secure the roof.
 
SMITH
December 24, 190217, John Smith, of Pontiac, miner, aged 35 years, single, was injured by a fall of rock at the face of his working place, in the Pontiac mine of the Pontiac Coal company, Livingston county. He was mining at the time, when a small piece of rock fell on him. He was taken to his home, where he died two days after receiving his injuries.
 
SOLSBY
April 9, 18906, Thomas Solsby, of Streator, miner, aged 34 years, married, was killed by falling rock in his room. He leaves a widow.
 
SVODA
November 11, 189510, Matthew Svoda, of Kangley, miner, aged 45 years, employed by the Star Coal Company in their No. 2, at Kangley, was instantly killed by a fall of slate and soapstone in his room at 12:15p. m. The deceased and his son were taking out the pillars of rooms 38 and 39 in the twenty-second right entry, and at the time stated, had fired a blast in room 39. He went in just after the blast was fired to find out how the coal was loosened, when a fall of slate caught him and killed him. A slip or the dividing line between the black slate and soapstone was lying at an angle of 30 degrees, though the pillar props were set to the soapstone side of the slip, but none under the black slate, and when the blast was fired it removed the coal from under the slate. It is supposed he was looking for a pick when the fall caught him. Mike Clugha and Andrew Droviskie, who were the first to go there, stated that the deceased went back his room too soon after firing the blast. He left a widow and four children.
 
TOMASKO
April 20, 189711, John Tomasko, of Streator aged 44 years, married, wife and two children, employed as a trimmer by the C, W. & V. Coal Company, in its No. 2 mine, near Streator, was seriously injured by a premature blast April 5,1897. He was engaged, along with his partner, tamping a shot which they had just put in the drill hole, and was on his knees, throwing the material with which they were tamping into the hole, while his partner was ramming it back on the charge of powder. The hole was pitching about 25 degrees, and Tomasko in stooping to get a handful of tamping material, brought his head just on a level with the bottom of the drill hole. His lamp was on his head, and only one or two rounds of tamping had been rammed back: his partner in ramming the first round of tamping had broken the cartridge of powder in the hole, and in withdrawing the tamping bar brought the powder with it. This was ignited by Tomasko's lamp, when the remainder of the charge exploded and injured him about the face, neck and hands. He was removed to the hospital, and in nine days recovered sufficiently to be walking around. He then insisted on going to his home, contrary to the doctor's orders, who told him not to leave the hospital for some time. He went to his home, however, and in thus exposing himself caught a severe cold and died of pneumonia. There is no doubt that he would have recovered if he had obeyed the doctor's instructions and remained in the hospital for another week.
 
TOPITSKI
July 28, 18938, Kismer Topitski, of Streator, miner, aged 41 years, married, was fatally injured by jumping off the cage while in motion at the Chicago, Wilmington & Vermilion Coal Co's No. 3 mine at Streator, Livingston county. He had just arrived at the bottom of the shaft from his work, at the same time the night men were descending the shaft to their work: one cage load of men had been lowered and the engineer had signaled for an empty cage ; the deceased hearing the last rap, stepped on the cage ; the men who had just been lowered called out to Topitski and his partner to keep clear of the cage: his partner kept back, but the deceased stayed on the cage and was hoisted up the shaft ; on reaching the landing where the men get off, the engineer, not knowing he was on the cage, pulled it past the landing to allow the night men on the other cage to get off at the bottom: after passing the landing the deceased jumped off the cage and fell on top of the safety-gate, the pickets of which pierced his side, causing his death three hours later. He left a widow and one child.
 
TUPPIN
February 2, 18937, Joseph Tuppin, of Streator, miner, a married man, employed in the mine of the Pleasant Hill Coal Co. at Streator, Livingston county, was instantly crushed to death by a large piece of rock falling on him while at work in his room; the rock was so large it had to be broken before the body could be extricated.
 
VIGNERY
February 17, 191024, Chas. Vignery, aged 17 years, single, employed as a top laborer at the Cardiff Coal Company's mine located at Cardiff. He was caught between two railroad cars, causing his death.
 
WALLACE
July 12, 18938, Walter Wallace, of Streator, 59 years of age, married, night roadman, was killed instantly by a large piece of rock falling on him, while at work in No. 2 mine of the Chicago, Wilmington & Vermilion Coal Company at Streator. The deceased was clearing away a portion of this rock which he had taken down, and was advised to take it all down before going under it. He failed to do so and it fell and caught him. He leaves a widow and one child.
 
WAMSLEY
July 10, 189914, Joseph Wamsley, of Fairbury, miner, aged 55 years, married, was fatally injured by a fall of rock on the entry, in Walton Bros, mine, at Fairbury, in Livingston county. Deceased went into the next room to borrow a cartridge pin, and while on the entry a small piece of rock fell, striking him on the head and knocking him backward on a pile of ties. He was removed to his home where he died six days afterwards. He left a widow and two children.
 
WARGO
December 14, 18896, John F. Wargo, of Streator, miner, aged 30 years, married was killed by falling rock at the face of the entry. He leaves a widow.
 
WHITE
February 27, 190822, Charles White, of Cardiff, driver, aged 19 years, single, was killed in the Cardiff Coal Company's mine No. 2, Cardiff, Livingston county. Deceased was riding on front of car, the mule pulling the car over him. When found by a boy who was trapping at the door not far distant, he was dead; therefore, no particulars can be given as to just how the accident happened.
 
WILSON
March 15, 190317, a second explosion occurred at the Cardiff Coal company, Livingston county, when five men were killed; including
A. Wilson, of Cardiff, miner, aged 51 years, married, leaving a widow and seven children.
Three named are buried in the mine; including A. Wilson; their bodies could not be found by the rescuing party.
See : March 1903 Explosion
 
WOODFINE
June 30, 191730, Thomas Woodfine, of Pontiac, miner, age 43 years, married, ws killed by falling rock in the Murphy, Linskey and Kasher mine, Pontiac, Livingston County. He leaves a widow and one child.
 

Livingston County, Illinois
Non-Fatal Casualties

July 1, 1923 - June 30, 1924 & July 1, 1925 - December 31, 1925
McREYNOLDS, Bert, age 38 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Fairbury
8 Mar 1924 - Finger injured, pit car - Time lost - 30 days
 

 
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