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Samuel Hare

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Samuel Hare (1862- )

1922 J.P., O.B.E., M.Inst.C.E Member of Council I.Min.E., Chief Collieries. Agent and Min. Engr. to Bolckon, Vaughan and Co.'s Collieries and Coke and By-Product Plants; b. 1862 s. of John Hare, of Crook. Ed. Gainford Academy. Training: Pease and Partners and other Collieries. Min. App. at Pease and Prs. Collieries; Manager of Brymbo Co.'s Collieries, North Wales, Bedlington Collieries, Northumberland, Kavensworth Collieries, North Durham, and Murton Colliery, Durham. Club: R.A.C., London. Address: Howlish Hall, Bishop Auckland. T. N.: 135 Bishop Auckland.

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