Vincent Rose – Cadeby Colliery Official Retires

January 1923

Mexborough and Swinton Times, March 10.

Mr Vincent Rose.

Retirement of a Cadeby Colliery Official.

Mr Vincent Rhodes has just completed 40 years service with the Denaby and Cadeby Collieries Ltd, 33 years as enginewright at the Cadeby Colliery, and is about to retire, been succeeded by Mr T.S.Lum, of the East Boldan Colliery, Durham.

Mr Rose is one of the most experienced and capable engine rights in this coalfield, and has done splendid service at the Denaby and Cadeby Collieries.

He entered the employment of the company as a charge fitter at the Denaby Colliery, and he took part in the re-erection of the headgear of the Denaby Colliery after it had been destroyed by fire on Christmas eve 1887.

He went to Cadeby in 1890, as soon as sinking operations commenced, and had a responsible part in the erection of the whole of the magnificent plant of that Colliery.

Mr Rose has earned the esteem and gratitude of the company and work people, and some evidence of this will be furnished on Saturday evening, when he will be the subject of a presentation at the Officials Club, Denaby.

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