Below is the related data that I found for eastern Pennsylvania Mining Accidents 1899-1920:
Date of Accident / Name of Person / Age / Name of Mine (Town) / F=Fatal or N=Nonfatal / Page & Reference Source / County
1910MAY13 SCHUFSKI, STANLEY 29 WADESVILLE N 561 60a Schuylkill
1899JUN20 SELEFSKI, STANLEY 35 WILLIAMS F 404 59 Schuylkill
1918AUG20 SHEVERA, STANLEY 33 N 470 60a Schuylkill
1920FEB20 STAKOSKI, STANLEY 27 F 653 60a Luzerne
1911NOV14 SLEKESKIE, STANLEY 46 SUGAR NOTCH No.9 F 275 60a Luzerne
1908JAN17 SINCAVAGE, STANLEY 30 MOUNT LOOKOUT F 242 60a Luzerne
1916JUN20 SOBOTSKI, STANLEY 35 BLISS F 548 60a Luzerne
Year/Month/Day/ Surname / First Middle Name / Age / F=Fatal or N=Nonfatal / Nationality / Maritail status / No. children
1913 8 21 Semereskie Stanly 26 fatal Polish single
1904 4 18 Sailetski Stanley 25 fatal Polish married 1
1900 5 9 Seganna Stanley 21 fatal Polish single
1899 6 20 Selefski Stanley 35 fatal Polish single
1911 11 14 Shekeskie Stanley 46 fatal Polish married 3
1908 1 17 Sancavage Stanley 30 fatal Polish married 2
1916 6 6 Sobotoski Stanley 35 fatal Polish married 2
1920 2 20 Stakoskie Stanley 27 fatal Polish married 2
If any of the above are of interest to you, get back with me. I do have a little more information about these specific accidents.
Perhaps you can find help on these web sites: http://www.linkpendium.com/https://beta.familysearch.org/
“LDS Family Search” If you place your browser on the name on the left, more information comes up. http://schuylkillgenealogy.com/
“Schuylkill County Genealogy & History Information” by Mary Ann Lubinsky
The state of Pennsylvania has uploaded births in the year of 1906 and deaths for the years 1906 to 1961+. The link to the searchable indices can be found at:http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/pub...
Also at this webpage is an explanation of how to obtain non-certified copies of the birth or death certificate for $5 per copy. The link for the form that should be used to request certificates can also be found on this webpage. Go down almost to the bottom where the link is to the PDF form you can print and mail in. Look for the words "download the death application form”.
These records are grouped in alphabetical order in some years and in soundex order in other years. To determine the soundex code for the surname that you are searching you can go to the link at:http://searches.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/Genea/soundex....
Some names are alpha by first name. Those names are part of the soundex years of the death indices. You can determine the soundex code of the surname then look in those years under the soundex code by first name.
Searchers have experienced the indices, which are in a PDF format, slow to load. Be patient if at first it appears that the indices are not loading. To understand what the soundex system is and how it is used you can go to:http://genealogypro.com/articles/soundex.html
For the county codes, go to http://www.papl8s.com/pennsylvania_county_codes.htm
“Pennsylvania Public Records” http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=514&...
“Pennsylvania Public Vital Records Search 1906-1959”
I came up with a few more possibilities which are listed above. Without an approximate birth date, it is ard to identify the best possiblity. Stanley Sobotoski appears to be the best possibilty, but it is Luzerne county. If you can find his death certificate, I would recommend requesting it.