1938 – Silcock, Clarence

Source: Derbyshire Times

Family History Researched by Paul Burkitt:

Derbyshire Times 13th May 1938

Clarence Silcock, (42), 37, Charlesworth Street, Carr Vale, Bolsover, was an Old Brompton boy and son of the late Mr. Robert Silcock, who was well known at Brampton. He had lived in the Bolsover district for some 15 years and leaves a widow and an 18 year old son. Mr. Silcock had worked in the pits practically the whole of his life except through the Great War when he served with the Derbyshire Yeomanry. He had been employed at Markham Colliery for some seven or eight years.

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Markham Colliery 1938 disaster

List of miners killed and injured in the 1938 disaster

List of miners killed in the 1938 disaster who were buried in Bolsover


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