'collier' can also refer to...

Arthur Collier (1680—1732) metaphysician

Bryan Collier (b. 1967)

Charles W. Collier



A Collier's Friday Night

Constance Collier (1878—1955)

George Collier Remey (1841—1928)

Giles Collier (1622—1678) Church of England clergyman

Graham Collier (b. 1937)

James Collier (1846—1925)

James Lincoln Collier (b. 1928)

Jane Collier (1715—1755) novelist

Jeremy Collier (1650—1726) anti-theatrical polemicist and bishop of the nonjuring Church of England

John Collier (1708—1786) satirist and caricaturist

John Collier

John Collier (1901—1980) writer

John Collier (1850—1934) portrait painter

John Gordon Collier (1935—1995) chemical engineer

John Payne Collier (1789—1883) literary editor and forger

Lesley Collier (b. 1947)

Margaret Collier (1719—1794) correspondent of Samuel Richardson

Marie Collier (1927—1971)

Mary Collier (c. 1690—1762) poet

Mary Josephine Collier (1849—1930) diarist

Mitty Collier (b. 1941)

Paul Collier

Peter Fenelon Collier (1849—1909)

Phillip Collier (1873—1948)


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The term has come to be used exclusively for a coal miner, particularly one who works at the coal face, but before the 19th century it included wood-colliers or charcoal burners.


Subjects: History.

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