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Henry James Bath

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Henry James Bath (1867-1944), consulting engineer and director of Sunbeam

1867 May 24th. Born in Swansea the son of Edward Bath, Copper Smelter and Manufacturer, and his wife Eugenie Lambert

1881 Living at Bryn-Y Mor, Bryn Y Mor Lane, Swansea: Edward Bath (age 56 born Swansea), Copper Smelter and Manufacturer. With his wife Eugenie Bath (age 50 born Chile (British subject)) and their six children; Charles L. Bath (age 22 born Chile (British subject)), Copper and Smelting Commission Clerk; Margaret T. L. Bath (age 18 born Swansea); Catherine L. Bath (age 16 born Swansea); Henry J. Bath (age 13 born Swansea); Hilda L. Bath (age 11 born Swansea); and Kenneth L. Bath (age 9 born Swansea). Also his nephew Henry B. (age 27 born Chile (British Subject)). Six servants.[1]

His daughter Olive married Louis Coatalen

1911 Living at Badger Heath House, near Wolverhampton: Henry James Bath (age 43 born Swansea), Retired Copper Works Manager (Hon Capt In The Army Retired). With his wife Olive Mary Bath (age 41 born Swansea) and their son Henry James Bath (age 18 born Swansea), Student. Also a visitor Ernest Morgan Stirling (age 29 born Liverpool), Engineer. Three servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1911 Census