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DATE OF EM ACTION: 21/12/1910 Hulton Colliery, Allerton, Lancashire.
Nothing has been traced of the life of coal miner John Hardman, other than his actions on 21st December 1912 at Hulton Colliery, Allerton, Lancashire.
On the 21st December, 1910, a terrible explosion occurred at the No. 3 Bank Pit at the Hulton Colliery, near Allerton, by which a portion of the casting of the upcast shaft was wrecked. Various miners were shut off from escape by the fall of earth, and suffered from the effects of poisonous gases. Many miners used their utmost endeavours to rescue their fellow workmen under circumstances of great danger, and the above showed specially conspicuous courage.
BURIAL LOCATION: UNKNOWN.
LOCATION OF MEDAL: UNKNOWN.
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