Ashley, PA Mine Cave In, May 1890 - List of Miners

The official list of those imprisoned is as follows:

ELLIS D. WILLIAMS, aged sixty, married, six children: resides at Hanover Township.
HARRY P. ARRY, aged fifty, married, five children, resides at Newport township.
OWEN PARRY, his son, aged seventeen
MICHAEL HENRY, aged forty-two, two sons; residence, Ashley.
THOMAS C. DAVIS, aged sixty, married, eight children; residence, Ashley.
JOHN SCALLY, aged twenty, the support of a widowed mother; residence Ashley.
MICHAEL SCALLY, brother of JOHN, age twenty-seven, residence, Ashley.
DANIEL SULLIVAN, aged forty-five, married, seven children, one an invalid: resides in Wilkes-Barre.
JOHN HANSON, aged twenty-five, single; residence, Moffets Patch.
JOHN ALLEN, assistant mine boss, aged thirty-five, married, three children, residence Ashley; taken out seriously burned.
ROBERT W. ROBERTS, aged thirty-seven, married, no children; resides in Ashley, brought to the surface at 9 P.M. fatally burned.
HARRY JONES, laborer of former, aged thirty-five, married, three children; residence at Newton.
ROBERT PRICHARD, aged thirty, married, one child; residence at Hanover.
ANTHONY FROYNE, married, one child; residence at Ashley Plane (rescued at seven o’clock badly burned.
JOHN JAMES, aged thirty-two, married, two children; family in Wales, resides in Ashley.
JOHN WILLIAMS, aged thirty-five, married, six children; resides in Newton.
JONATHAN WILLIAMS, aged thirty, married, two children; resides in Newton.
RICHARD JONES, aged thirty, married, two children; resides in Newton.
W. EDWARDS, aged twenty-eight, married, two children; resides in Wilkes-Barre
THOMAS J. WILLIAMS, aged thirty, married, one child; resides in Ashley.
THOMAS CLAUSS, aged thirty-five, married, no children; resides in Newton.
OWEN WILLIAMS, aged forty-nine, married, one adopted child; residence in Ashley.
JOHN HEMPSEY, aged forty-two, single; resides at Moffett’s Patch.
FRANK GALLAGHER, aged twenty-nine, single.
Two Hungarians named BUTS.

Decatur Daily Republican, Decatur, IL 16 May 1890