I remember seeing a post a while ago wanting info on the Sunday Creek mine disaster, 5 Nov 1930. The following are the names of the miners killed in the explosion. I also have a few newpaper articles. If interested, contact me and I'll forward them.
The following are the miners who were killed the Sunday Creek Coal Company
Mine #6, 5 November 1930, in Millfield Ohio:
Roy Andrews; J.R. Bergin; Delmar Bower; George Brown; Sam Brown; William
Brown; Paul Burgess; Alex Burmich; Joe Butsko; John Butsko; Michael Clancy;
William Clancy; P.A. Coen; Andy Cuba; Frank Davis; Clyde Dean; Paul Erwin;
Phil Erwin; Silas Erwin; Ben Fielder; James Genise; John Green; Charles
Grimm; Miles Grimm; Thomas Harley; Walter Hayden; John Hillen; Charles
Hoops; Eram Hovath; Charles Hunter; Ray Hunter; James Hurd; Joseph Jackson;
Frank Kearns; George Keish; Stanley Keish; William Keish; Andy Kish, Jr.;
Andy Kish, Sr.; Herbert Lancaster; Emerson LeFever; George Love; James
Lyons; James Martin; William Messenger; John McCallister; C.F. McGee; Cam
McGee; Earl McGee; Elsworth McKee; George McClean; E.R. McManaway; Harry
Milliron; John Nadroski; James North; William North; W.R. Perry; Robert
Parsons; John Patterson; Floyd Pettet; Thomas Peyatt; William Peyatt; Virgil
Phillips; Phil Powell; Abe Rankins; Vernon Roberts; Carl Robinette; Charles
Szecheres; Harry Sycks; George Thomas; Andy Tonac; Thomas Trainer; W.E.
Tytus; Walter Undervitch; Howard H. Upton; Alfred Wade; Luther Wade; John
Weiss; John Williams Andrew Willis; Oscar Willis; Virgil Willis.
This listing was taken from the 1990 program for the Millfield Mine Memorial
gathering. According to a 1984 brochure that I have from the Memorial
Committee, the mine tipple had been nominated to be placed on the National
Registry of Historic Sites. I don't know if this ever happened.