Robert Jamieson, Jr.
148 Oakbank, Mid Calder
YOUNG MINER KILLED
While at work in Westwood Pit on Tuesday, Robert Jamieson (27) was caught in a fall of shale in his working place and received injuries from which he died. Jamieson had just left some workmates, with whom he had been sitting, taking his "piece," and a miner nearby road, hearing the rumble of the falling shale, went to investigate. finding no trace of his unfortunate fellow-worker, he at once summoned assistance. Working frantically, the men succeeded in clearing the shale from Jamieson, who was rushed to the pit-head, where life was found to be extinct. A popular figure in the village, deceased is survived by his widow.
West Lothian Courier, 14 September 1951
Mrs ROBERT JAMIESON, Oakbank, Mid Calder, desires to thank the Staff and Employees of Scottish Oils Ltd., Staff and Employees of Manclarks, Edinburgh, all relatives, friends and neighbours for kind expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral tributes received in her recent sad bereavement.
West Lothian Courier, 5 October 1951
Under the Fatal Accidents Inquiry (Scotland) Act, 1895, and the Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths Inquiry (Scotland) Act, 19?6.
THE Sheriff of the Lothians and Peebles will hold a PUBLIC INQUIRY within the Sheriff Court House, Linlithgow, on TUESDAY, the THIRTIETH DAY of OCTOBER, 1951, at Eleven O'Clock Forenoon, in regard to the death of... (2) ROBERT JAMIESON, Shale Miner, 148 Oakbank. Mid Calder...
West Lothian Courier, 26 October 1951
JAMIESON - In loving memory of my dear husband, Robert Jamieson, who died 11th September, 1951.
-Fondly remembered always by his loving wife Nan, 148 Oakbank, Mid Calder.
West Lothian Courier, 18 September 1953
JAMIESON - In loving memory of my dear husband, Robert M. Jamieson, died 24th Sept., 1954; also my dear daughter, Margaret, died 18th December, 1950, and my dear son Bobby, died 11th Sept., 1951.
Short and sudden was the call
Of them, so dearly loved by all,
But no length of time will ever dim,
The happy memories we have of them.
-Inserted by his loving wife and Sabina, 92 Oakbank, Mid Calder.
Three precious ones from us have gone,
The voiced we loved are still,
Three places are vacant in our home,
Thar no one can ever fill.
-Jimmy, Madge and grandchildren, Langton Farm, East Calder
West Lothian Courier, 23 September 1955
JAMIESON - In loving memory of my dear husband, Robert M. Jamieson, who died 24th September, 1954; also Bobby, who died 11th September, 1951, and Margaret, who died 18th December, 1950.
As they rest in peaceful sleep,
Their memory we shall always keep.
-Mum and Sabina, 92 Oakbank, Mid Calder.
We think of them in silence,
We make no outward show,
But what it meant to lose them
No one will ever know.
-Madge, Jimmie and bairns, Langton Farm Cottages, East Calder.
West Lothian Courier, 21 September 1956