Cadeby Disaster Poem

Cadeby Heroes presented to the King

Captain Maurice Pope

Conisbrough C.C.

Denaby & Cadeby C.C.

Mr George Harrison – Chemist and Postmaster

Mr J Buckingham Pope – Chairman of the Collieries

Ptomaine Poisoning

Denaby and Cadeby C.C. – Pre Season 1913 Report

Home Office Report – Section 1 Description of Colliery and Method of Working

Home Office Report – Section 2 Description of the South Plane District

Home Office Report – Section 3 Conditions prevailing in the South District

Home Office Report – Section 4b The Second Explosion

Industry and Commerce

Home Office Report


Resignation of Mrs. Kaye Of Old Denaby

Mr John Kilner Bateson – Glassworks Manager


Mrs Kaye – Old Denaby School Headmistress


A Veteran Teacher – Dr. Lang’s Tribute to Mrs. Kaye, Denaby.

Marconigrams – February 15th, 1913

Conisbrough Cricket club

Industry and Commerce

Cadeby Disaster Victim – John WilliamTarbrook

The Cadeby Disaster – Interesting Claims at the County Court

The Last Victim – Cadeby´s Dead Reaches Ninety.


A Great Leader

Industry and Commerce

Conisbrough Parish Council Election (picture)


Conisborough Hospital – Proposed Alterations & Additions

Marconigrams – April 05th, 1913

Crime and Courts

A Careless Mine Driver

Railway Trespasses – New Conisbrough Boys Get Off Lightly


Denaby Utd – Lincoln City 2 Denaby 0 – Two Points for Lincoln.

Diamond Wedding – Married Sixty Years

Ptomaine Poisoning – Alarming sequel to a public tea

Empire Palace

Mr J Buckingham Pope – Chairman of the Collieries


Denaby Empire Palace

Empire Palace Site (picture)

Denaby St. John Ambulance Brigade Band (picture)

The Cadeby Disaster – Extraordinary Debate In Commons

Poem to commemorate the disaster on the first anniversary

1913 Fire at Denaby Main


Man’s Delirium Follows Burns

Man’s delirium follows burns

Uncontrollable Denaby Boy – Mania for Chickens

Mrs Kaye – Twenty- Five Years as Headmistress

Mr George Harrison – Chemist and Postmaster

Captain Maurice Pope – New chairman for Denaby and Cadeby