COLLIERIES OF THE NORTH STAFFS COALFIELD (U)

All National Grid references shown thus G.R.999666

NEW UBBERLEY. ( see UBBERLEY HALL )
White's Directory 1834.
John King Knight, New Ubberley colliery.
Joseph Knight manager.
Salter's Directory 1851
John Ridgway coalowner New Ubberley colliery.
George Perrins agent.

UBBERLEY. G.R. 907 461. app.
In 1836 Ubberley colliery paid church rates to Bucknall church
White's Directory 1851.
John Ridgeway, Ubberley Colliery. John Staley, Mine Agent.
Slater's Directory 1851.
Ubberley colliery.
Ralph and John Forrester.
1869 Ubberley John Harp.
It may have been bought by C. J. H. Homer sometime before the Chatterley Iron Company was formed in 1864. By 1881 it was owned by Chatterley Whitfield Collieries Ltd. A vertical winding engine was installed by Homer before 1875, when he broke with the Chatterley Company. Probably as a result of refurbishment it was known as New Ubberley.
1896 Ubberley, Bucknall.
Chatterley Whitfield Collieries Ltd., Tunstall.
Manager Joseph Wain undermanager Edward Phelps.
222 u/g, 89 a/g.
Coal, Ragman, 10 foot, Yard.
Closed 1904 ?
Cat Ab Mine Plans 1929.
Ubberley; Brookhouse; Lawn (Birches ); Lawn ( Brook ); Lawn ( Moss ); Lillydale; Mossfield; Moss ( Old ).
Coal, Flatts, Birches 1874; Wall and Benches 1875; Yard 1876; Hardmine 1894; Banbury 1895; Ragman 1897; Ten Feet 1898; Holly Lane 1901; Cockshead 1903; Moss, Bowling Alley 1904.
Plans Chatterley Whitfield Collieries.
12SW 1926. H 8.9.10.11.
18NW 1925. A 8.9.10.11.12. B 8.9.10.11.12. C 11.12
Ubberley; Botteslow; Brookhouse; Lawn. (4765)
Coal, Ash or Rowhurst; Burnwood; Moss; Yard; Ragman; Birches; Ten Feet; Bowling Alley; Holly Lane; Hardmine; Wall and Benches; Flatts; Banbury; Cockshead.
Abandoned prior to 7 Sept 1904.
12SW 1926. H 8.9.10.11.
18NW 1925. A 7.8.9.10.11.12. B 7.8.9.10.11.12.C 11.12. D 11.
18NE 1925. A 1. B 1.
Ubberley.
Coal, 10 Feet; Bowling Alley; Holly Lane; Sparrow Butts or Hardmine.
Abandoned about 1864.
Plans G. A. Mitcheson.
12SW 1926. H 11.
18NW 1925. A 11. 12. B 11.12.
Ubberley; Brookhouse.
Coal, Mossfield.
Plans G. A. Mitcheson.

UBBERLEY HALL. G.R. 915 462, & 912 459 app.
1842 Trouble from the colliers at Knight and Elkins Ubberley Colliery, ( and all the other Longton Collieries ), blamed on the Chartist agitators.
White's Directory 1851.
John King Knight and Son. Ubberley Hall Colliery.
J. K. Knight 1788/9 1856, Earthenware manufacturer, lived at Goldenhill, Longton. In 1851 listed as a potter, coalmaster and farmer ( 220 acres.).
N.S.I.M.M.E.
Charles Harp, Colliery manager, Ubberley Hall Collieries. Elected 1875.
Ralph Harp 1875.
Cat Ab Mine Plans 1929.
Ubberley Hall 767. Coal, Cockshead. Abandoned prior to Sept 1877.
18NE 1925. B 1.

Ubberley Hall 1002 Coal; Holly Lane, Hardmine, Stinkers, Little Mine. Ab 2 Feb 1878.
12SW1926.H 12.
18NW 1925. A 12.
18NE 1925. B 1. C 1.
Ubberley Hall 1947 Coal; Hardmine, Cockshead, Bullhurst. Ab Prior to Oct 1886.
18NW 1925. B 12.
18NE 1925. B 1.2. C 1.2.
Ubberley Hall 2640 & Hardmine. Ab. 20 8 1891.
18NW 1925. B 12. C 12.
18NE 1925. B 1. C 1.
Ubberley Hall Numbers 1 & 2 156 Cockshead. Ab. Sept 1874.
118NW 1925. A 12.
18NE 1925. A 1. B 1.;

UPPERHOUSE.
Shafts at Upperhouse Farm, Werrington.
1905 Geological Survey.
Good coal at 56 yards and 146 yards.
Manager J. R. Haines.

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