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1769 Whitehall worked by the Duke of Beaufort.
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1860s '''Whitehall Colliery''' established by [[Leonard Boult and Co]]; linked underground to [[Easton Colliery]].
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1894 Became part of [[Bristol United Collieries]] Ltd.
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1900 Further collieries acquired by Bristol United Collieries; together these formed [[Bedminster, Easton, Kingswood and Parkfield Collieries]] Ltd.
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1911 Whitehall Colliery closed.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:54, 2 May 2017

of Whitehall, Bristol

1769 Whitehall worked by the Duke of Beaufort.

1860s Whitehall Colliery established by Leonard Boult and Co; linked underground to Easton Colliery.

1894 Became part of Bristol United Collieries Ltd.

1900 Further collieries acquired by Bristol United Collieries; together these formed Bedminster, Easton, Kingswood and Parkfield Collieries Ltd.

1911 Whitehall Colliery closed.

See Also

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Sources of Information


https://www.b-i-a-s.org.uk/BIAS_Journal4_KINGSWOOD_COAL.pdf

http://www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/~rstephen/livingeaston/local_history/coalmining/shorthistory.html