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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Wheal Lovel Consols Tin Mine

Wheal Lovel Consols (South Wheal Lovel (Formerly)) Tin Mine (United Kingdom)


Parish: WENDRON
Working in 1870 with the following information;

Parish, Wendron;
5012 shares;
Produce, Tin;
Committee,
Secretaries, Bartlett & Chapman, Londonn EC;
Manager, John Nancarrow, Camborne;
Agent, Edward Kempthorne;
Payday, last Saturday in the month;
Offices, Cornhill London;
33 Fathoms deep;
20 Persons employed.

Data courtesy of Roy Morton

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