17 February 1846 to Richard Nash, of the Futtrell, near Dark Hill, situate at the Futtrell, opposite Birch Hill Folly Level, to get coal from the Trenchard veins.
F3 657 NEW NASH'S FOLLY
Whereas a gale was granted to William Blanch of the Fetterhill.
9 April 1891 Forfeited
17 April 1891 Charles Jenkins application for re-grant.
12 February 1924 Charles Jenkins, Wood View, Scowles Road, Coleford applying for a re-grant. Meeting to be called at the Speech House.
8 March 1924 Meeting held, committee formed Amos Morgan chairman.
13 May 1924 Granted
26 May 1924 Conveyance A. Morgan
and others to Frank Jeffries, 26 Nicholas St., Bristol. To work the
Trenchard vein at the Futterhill between Success Level and Upper Success
3 October 1929 No work done
2 November 1929 Mr. Thomas Teague, Barrowell Lane, St. Briavels
28 February 1941 An arrangement
between the Starkey Colliery Co. Ltd. and Teague. Company will pay
part of purchase price when they are drawing 10 tons a day and the balance
when they are drawing 20 tons.
Up to the present however they have been working in the Success gale with a view of getting into the New Nash's Folly gale and it is uncertain as to when they will start drawing coal from the New Nash's Folly gale and as the occupied surface land is on Success gale they are in communication with Mr. G. H. Jones the registered owner of this gale.
16 May 1941 Starkey Colliery Co. had ceased working.
16 June 1941 Miss Mabel Teague
and her brother going to work gale. Pit to be worked on the Success
gale. Mr. Tom Teague has a lease from G. H. Jones.
9 January 1942 Not worked for five years.
23 May 1942 Transferred to
Mabel Teague 28 February last. Purchased from her brother.
Some plant belonging to Miss Teague standing at a pit on Success Level.
Plant to be distrained.