1841 Richard Whitson, a Free
did, after 9 April 1832 make application for the gale but which was not
granted and that James Tingle of Little Dean Woodside, Richard Whitson
of Littledean and Thomas Beddis of Little Dean Woodside (as claiming
or under Richard Whitson) in equal 3rd. shares, acted as if it had been
Coal in the Starkey vein - present pit (1841)
Surrendered by 1841.
c1847 Dick’s Ready Penny. Cornelius Walding. Outputs:
1842 176 tons
1843 120 tons
24 June 1890 Grant to James Short, Church Road, Cinderford.
Gale at Upper Bilson surrounded by houses and gardens, nowhere to sink a pit. Wishing to use Isaac Parsons old Invention Pit (now held by Jenkins & Parsons). Parsons stated that he wanted to use it as an air shaft but he was using Fancy Colliery Pit for this reason (below).
7 December 1892 Luke Dobbs inquiring about surface damage liability.
1893 Surrendered, although
some dispute over this.