The West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser, 10 October 1845

FATAL MINE ACCIDENT - A miner, named RICHARD CHYNOWETH, was killed in the Account House shaft, at Callington mines, on Saturday morning last. The whim rope (a patent wire one) have accidentally broken, the kibble fell down the shaft, and dropped on his head, by which almost every bone in his body was broken, and death instantly occurred. He has left a wife and three children to lament their [great loss?].

(Presumably this is the Richard CHYNOWETH, aged 28, buried at Calstock Parish Church on 7 Oct 1845.)