Leeds Mercury – Friday 22 October 1937
Doctor Descends Pit
To Dying Miner at Conisborough
Told that a man was unconscious in the North drift of the Parkgate seam of Cadeby Colliery, Conisborough, to-day, Dr. D. T. Clark, of Denaby, descended the mine. The man, Harry Mangham (44), miner, of Loversall Street, Denaby, died a few minutes after the doctor reached him. The body was removed Conisborough mortuary. Mangham, who was found unconscious by the roadside in the pit by William Wright, of Catherine Street, Mexborough, only work on Sunday night after a long illness.;
Hull Daily Mail – Monday 25 October 1937
Death of Man Who Ignored Warning
It was stated at a Conisborough, South Yorkshire, inquest on Saturday that a man who collapsed and died in the pit after three days’ work had not worked for four years owing to ill-health and had been warned by his doctor not to go down a mine.
Returning a verdict of ” Accidental death ” on Harry Mangham, aged 44, a miner, of Loversall-street, Denaby, the jury expressed view that death from heart trouble was accelerated by his resuming work.