Trencrom Mine, Cornwall

Trencrom Mine Mine, Cornwall

1872 Edward Uren killed in accident, Trencrom Mine

1873 Trencrob-ben or Trencrom tin and copper mine is in the parish, of Lelant, and is held under lease for 21 years, granted by Robert Tyringham, esq., and others, at a royalty of 1-18th. The mine is worked and drained by a steam engine of 60 inch cylinder. There is also a steam whim and stamps. Depth of engine shaft is 135 fathoms. The known lodes are three running east and west. Known Cross-courses are two running north and south. The dip is 2 feet in the fathom. The country is granite. The company is on the costbook system, and consists of 100 shares. The mine was opened by the present adventurers in the year 1871. Pursers Thomas W. FIELD and Ambrose O. MITCHELL. Agent Captain Richard JAMES

1883 Kellys - Trencrom Mine- T. W. Field, purser; William Rosewarne, manager

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