Mines of Flintshire and Denbighshire

BookMines of Flintshire and Denbighshire

Mines of Flintshire and Denbighshire

(Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom, 1845-1913)

1992

August 1st, 1992

£19.99

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This is the tenth volume in The Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom series and continues the coverage of Central and North Wales. It gives details of the output, ownership, management and employment at several hundred mines, mainly around the lead districts of Halkyn and Minera mountains. The data provides an invaluable aid to the interpretation of surviving site remains and the book’s use as a field guide is facilitated by the addition of modern Ordnance Survey Grid References.The only volume currently to be available on this nationally important mining area, it provides a brief overview of the development of metal mining from the eighteenth century to modern times and essential material for future research.

Roger Burt BSc (Econ) PhD, is the Senior Lecturer in Economic History at the University of Exeter.

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Preface, v; Introduction; I The Mineral Statistics, vii; II Flintshire Mineral Production, ix; III Denbighshire Mineral Production, xiv; IV The Mine Tables, xvii; County Production Tables, xxiii; Figure 1: Denbigh and Minera Lead Production, xxix; Figure 2: Flint and Denbigh Share of Total UK Output, xxx; The Tables of Production, Ownership, Management and Employment; Flintshire Mines; Abbot Fawr to Byrllnblas, 1-12; Cae Coch to Cwmllanerch, 12-20; Dafern Dywyll to Dyserth Castle, 20-24; Ebury to Fronissa, 24-30; Garneddwen to Gyrn, 30-37; Hafna to Howell, 37-54; Jamaica to Lord Richard, 54-60; Machno to Mount Pleasant, 60-68; Nant to Orsedd, 68-70; Pant to Pwllwheal, 70-93; Quarry to Rock, 93-98; Saithaelwyd to Summer Hill, 98-103; Talacre to Tyrbach, 103-113; Ucha United to Vron, 113-116; Waen to Wynn, 116-120; Sundries, 120-121. Denbighshire Mines; Aberduna to Bwlchgwyn, 125-127; Caepant to Crest, 128-130; Deans to Elwy River, East, 130-133; Ffrith Redyn to Grosvenor, 133-134; Hendre Ddu to Lowes Park, 135-138; Maesysafn to Mona, 138-149; Nant Uchaf to Powis Mine, 149-154; Raglan to Steddfod, Lower, 155; True Blue to Union, Old, 155-157; Waenlas to Yroncysyllte, 157-160; Sundries, 160; Appendix: List of Mines Arranged by Grid References, 161.