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Consol No. 9 Mine

Farmington, W.Va


Farmington (Marion County, West Virginia, USA) No.9 Mine Explosion
Consolidation Coal Co. Mine
November 20, 1968

This list contains the names of the men who died in the mine explosion taken
from court papers from the “Circuit Court Of Marion County”, civil action
numbers 3582 and 3590.

78 Men Who Perished in the Mine Explosion
*19 Men Were Never Recovered

Arthur A. Anderson
Jack O. Armstrong
Thomas D. Ashcraft
Jimmy Barr
Orvil D. Beam
John J. Bingamon
Thomas Boggess
Louis S. Boros
Howard W. Butt
Lee Edman Carpenter
David V. Cartwright
William E. Currence
Dale E. Davis
Albert Ray DeBerry
George O. Decker
Howard A. Deel
James Eli Efaw
Joe Ferris
Virgil A. Forte
Hilery Foster
Aulda G. Freeman
John Frank Gouzd
Charles F. Hardman
Ebert Hartzell
Simon P. Hayes
Paul F. Henderson Jr.
Steve Horvath
Junior M. Jenkins
James Jones
Pete J. Kaznoski
Robert D. Kerns
Charles E. King
James R. Kniceley
George R. Kovar
David Mainella
Dennis McDonald
Walter Rex Martin
Frank Matish
Hartsel Lee
Jack Duane Michael
Emilio Megna
Wayne R. Minor
Charles E. Moody
Paul O. Moran
Adron W. Morris
Randall R. Parsons
Raymond R. Parsons
Joseph Muto
Nicholas Petro
fred B. Rogers
William D. Sheme
Robert J. Sigley
Henry J. Skarzinski
Russell D. Snyder
John Sopuch
Jerry L. Stoneking
Harry L. Strait
Albert Takacs
William L. Takacs
Dewey Tarley
Frank Tate, Jr.
Goy A. Taylor
Hoy D. Taylor
Edwin A. Tennant
Homer E. Tichenor
Dennis L. Toler
John Wesley Toothman
Gorman H. Trimble
Roscoe Triplett
James H. Walter
William T. Walker
Lester Burl Willard
Edward A. Williams
Lloyed W. Wilson
Jerry R. Yanero
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