Wheal Mary Mine, Cornwall

Wheal Mary Mine Cornwall

1856 Kellys lists Wheal Mary as working

1873 Kellys Directory Jenkin, William; engineer Wheal Margaret 1861 tin mine in the parish of Lelant, is held under a lease for 21 years, granted by R. Tyringham, esq., and others, is worked and drained by two steam engines of 40-inch and 24-inch cylinder, and two steam whims. The country is granite. The dip nearly 2 feet in the fathom. Known lodes are numerous. The company is on the costbook system. This mine was opened in the year 1832.Pursers/Managers I. MICHELL & Thomas W. FIELD. Agents Matthew CURNOW and Paul ROACH

Wheal Sisters Incorporates Older Tincroft And Wheal Mary Workings... St. Just And St. Ives, Cornwall 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1890, 1900 Copper, Tin Shafts

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