Memorial Fund

Support the Everettville Historical Association

Fed. No. 3 Tipple
The Federal No. 3 Coal Tipple
at the height of production

Your contributions will help to keep the projects alive! The Miners Memorial and the Miners Memorial Park need your help.

To donate, please send a check or money order to:

Everettville Historical Association
15 Edna Gas Road
Morgantown, WV 26501

The Everettville Historical Association is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization.

All that is Left
All that is left of Fed No. 3

Everyone has lost something to the coal mines, whether directly, as in the death of a family member, or as part of the West Virginia community. Carol Thorn, President of the EHA, lost her grandfather in a coal mining accident in the Arkwright No.1 Mine on May 13, 1965. It was a terrible lost to her whole family and the reason she is so dedicated. She knows where her grandfather is resting and can go and visit his grave site any time. Unfortunately, some of miners of the Federal No.3 in Everettville are laying in unmarked graves.

With your contributions and donations of money and time, we can build the Miners Memorial Park to help keep the memory of the brave souls who have helped to form the United Sates into the great nation she is today.

Miners Memorial Belt Buckle Offer

Miners Memorial Belt Buckle

The Miner’s Belt Buckle was designed to pay tribute to all coal miners because they have and still keep the lights on for us. This buckle does not represent any particular mine and features a replica of he bust of Harold McCauley, a 36 year veteran of the coal mines in West Virginia. All proceeds will go toward the building of the Miners Memorial for the Federal Mine No.3 and the joining Miners Memorial Park.

To purchase a buckle:
Please send $55.00 (that includes shipping and handling) to:
Everettville Miners Memorial Fund
15 Edna Gas Road
Morgantown, WV 26501