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Re: Coal mining
Posted by: Robert M. Gravitt Date: December 28, 2000 at 17:08:08
In Reply to: Re: Coal mining by Diane Stansbury Stough of 944

A side note on mining. The oral tradition say that Columbus "Lum" Baugh, J T Baugh's father was found dead, broken neck, in the mine he had been working. This supposedly took place c 1875 in Sugar Valley (Baugh Community).

Don't feel bad about chasing names. You have no idea how long I looked for Olivia's parents and felt like I had run into the wall of China.

Keep in touch. We need to pool the info we have.

Robert


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