Mary Middleton, wife of Roy Middleton, killed in 2006  Darby minning  accident, lights a candle in his honor during Memorial Services for all of  the Harlan County miners that have been killed in mining accidents in Harlan,  Kentucky during the past year was held on Sat., Aug. 19, 2006 at the Harlan  Center in Harlan, Kentucky. Frank Anderson/Staff
Mary Middleton, wife of Roy Middleton, killed in 2006 Darby minning accident, lights a candle in his honor during Memorial Services for all of the Harlan County miners that have been killed in mining accidents in Harlan, Kentucky during the past year was held on Sat., Aug. 19, 2006 at the Harlan Center in Harlan, Kentucky. Frank Anderson/Staff LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
Mary Middleton, wife of Roy Middleton, killed in 2006 Darby minning accident, lights a candle in his honor during Memorial Services for all of the Harlan County miners that have been killed in mining accidents in Harlan, Kentucky during the past year was held on Sat., Aug. 19, 2006 at the Harlan Center in Harlan, Kentucky. Frank Anderson/Staff LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

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