Source: The Microfilm specifications of the
Pennsylvania State Archives Record Group RG-45
Records Of The DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES
Office of the Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries
Pennsylvania Registers of Mine Accidents, Bituminous, 1899-1972. (10 microfilm rolls)
Card No./ Mine Name / Operator / Year / Month / Day / Surname / First and Middle Name / Age / Fatal, Nonfatal / Inside, Outside / Occupation / Nationality or Country of Birth / Citizen, Alien / Single, Married / Widower / No. Children under 16 years (under 18 years 1959 & later) / Years of experience in mines / Years experience in occupation engaged when injured (ir = irregular) / Accident Cause or Remarks (d. = died) / Fault or Responsibility: Officials, Official & Victim, Victim (carelessness on the part of the injured), Miner, Others (carelessness on the part of others), Equipment, Unavoidable, Accidental / County / Page No. / Mining District / Pennsylvania State Archives Film No. / Anthracite, Bituminous
2 Retort Harbinson Walker Refr'e 1926 2 1 McKinsky John 52 fatal inside machine miner Russian alien married 1 20 15 fall of slate taking down coal pillar official&victim Centre 420 8th 3597 bituminous
Slate is dark shale lying next to the coal beds. It contains impressions of the plant life of distant ages, proving the vegetable origin of coal
153 National No.1 1906 11 10 Marchinisky John 37 nonfatal inside loader Russian alien jumping out of way of fall of roof victim 279 17th 3593 Bituminous
1906 Annual Report of the Department of Mines of Pennsylvania - Bituminous Part II Library Call No. TN805.04 A29, page 884
1906Nov10, John Muchiniskey, nationality Russian, occupation loader, age 37, married, National No. 1 mine, Allegheny county, leg broken by falling over a pile of coal in his room
This is all the information that I have on these accidents.
I know the age does not match on the 1906 nonfatal accident, but the name, nationality, occupation, marital status, citizenship and western Pennsylvania all seem to match.
“Mining Accidents U.S., Canada, New Zealand and Australia”