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Henry T. DeBardeleben - Wikipedia

In 1915, DeBardeleben took ownership of the company and renamed it the DeBardeleben Coal Company in 1915. He served as its President. He founded Sipsey as a company town in the 1920s. He acquired the Empire Coal Company as well as the Carona Coal Company in 1922. By 1940, he acquired a …Born: Henry Tickenor DeBardeleben, January 2, 1874, ……

Henry DeBardeleben Encyclopedia of Alabama

DeBardeleben Coal Mines DeBardeleben formed a partnership with Truman H. Aldrich and James W. Sloss in 1877 to develop the Birmingham District. They opened slope and shaft mines at Pratt City, tapping the Pratt (formerly Browne) Seam, and founded the Pratt Coal and Coke Company in January 1878 with DeBardeleben as president.…

Henry F. DeBardeleben - Bhamwiki

The new company purchased over 150,000 acres of mineral lands in the Birmingham District, making it the largest industrial concern in the South. Among the companies acquired by DeBardeleben Coal & Iron were the old Eureka Mining & Transportation Company, and the Henry Ellen Coal Company.…

T C I - Birmingham

TCI acquires Cahaba Coal Co, and DeBardeleben Coal and Iron Company. TCI becomes largest furnace operator in the South: 1895: TCI transfers offices to Birmingham. TCI receives order for basic iron from northern steel company for manufacture of steel from Birmingham iron. This paves the way for development of Birmingham steel industry.…

Pratt Coal & Coke Company - Bhamwiki

The Pratt Coal & Coke Company was an early and influential, but short-lived coal-mining company. It was organized in January 1878 as a partnership between Henry F. DeBardeleben, Truman Aldrich and James Sloss, with DeBardeleben as president.The company opened up the "Pratt seam" of coal in the Warrior Coal Fields northwest of Birmingham, now the site of Pratt City.…

Alabama Men's Hall of Fame, Henry Fairchild DeBardeleben

Removing to Mexico to attend his physical condition, DeBardeleben recovered. Returning to Alabama, he found significant competition in the form of a now well-entrenched Tennessee Coal and iron Company. Undaunted, he raised new partners and established the DeBardeleben Coal and Iron Company and the Bessemer Land and Improvement Company.…