Cherry Coal Mine Disaster

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The following name should be listed here but is not:  Lanzotti Angelo Bartolomeo

See letter at bottom of page.

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Dear Sir,

I want to extend  to you my most sincere congratulations for the site on Cherry mine

From it I learned many new things.

I  Would like to submit to you a question that I have not managed to solve:

Why  in the lists of the victims of the 13 November 1909   tragedy does not appear the name of Lanzotti Angelo Bartolomeo? In the list appears his brother,  Lanzotti  Umberto Francesco Giovanni (Lonzotti John) and  his cousin Lanzotti Secondo Lodovico (Lonzetti Seicomo)

in the records of the municipality of Serramazzoni Modena Italy it was transcribed the death certificate which is unequivocal that the cause of death was the fire of Cherry mine. (Annexed n.2)

There is also the grave with a tombstone with the precise reference to the mine of Cherry and the date of November 13, 1909. (annexed n.1)

I would be grateful to you if you could give me your interpretation and  I would gladly accept any help.

Thank you

 Manlio Badiali




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