Sheffield Daily Telegraph – Tuesday 31 March 1908
Conisborough Man Killed at Cadeby
Yesterday at the Fullerton Hospital, Mr. D. Wightman, Coroner, held an inquest relative the death of James Hayselden (57), bricklayer, employed at the Cadeby Colliery, who died in the institution from the effects of injuries received Tuesday.
The evidence showed that the deceased was preparing to set a prop when fall of bind occurred and pinned him to the wall.
His son, who worked with him, released him.
Mr. H. S. Witty (representing the Colliery Company) and Mr. J. Mellor (H.M. Inspector of Mines) both said that the deceased was a competent man at his work, and was capable as them in judging a roof.
A verdict of “ Accidental death” was returned