The Miners Memorial

The Miners Memorial is a tribute to the miner's of West Virginia's coal mining industry.

The Federal No.3 Miners Memorial proudly displays the names of the 149 miners who bravely perished in the mine, including those who died in the fateful mine explosion in 1927. Both faces of the memorial lists the names of the miners and the year of their death. The Miner's Logo also displays above the memorial on both faces. The memorial now stands proudly near Federal No. 3, next to the Friendship Baptist Church in Everettville

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Visitors examine the memorial before the memorial service

Randall Stutler
Randall Stutler

The Everettville Historical Association and all its partners and associates would like to deeply thank Mr. Randall Stutler of MSES Consultants of Clarksburg, West Virginia for his hard work and creativity in creating the design for the Miner's Memorial. Without the help of community experts like Mr. Stutler, projects such as the Miners Memorial Park would not be possible.

Memorial Site
Site for the Memorial Park as of 2014, viewed from the Federal No. 3 Portal

The Everettville Historical Association would also like to thank corporate sponsors Consol Energy for donating the nearly 25 acres of land where the Federal #3 Mine once operated for the Miners Memorial and the Miners Memorial Park.