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Author National Association for the relief of British Miners
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National Association for the relief of British Miners
Posted: 25/06/2014 20:29:40
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I would like to ask if anything is known about Samuel Gurney MP and the National association for the relief (or benafit) of British Miners?
E T Wakefield (of Furness Iron & Steel Co) seems to have been a minion of his in this and also on the Drinking Fountains Association about 1862.

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IP: 92.18.185.37 Edited: 25/06/2014 22:01:50 by peterrivington
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