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Edward Bath

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Edward Bath (1824-1885)

1824 Born in Swansea the son of Henry Bath, Copper Ore broker, and his wife Susan Madge

1861 Living at 2 Northampton terrace, Swansea: Edward Bath (age 36 born Swansea), Agent of Copper Smelters. With his wife Eugenie Bath (age 30 born Chile (British Subject)) and their six children; Edward H. Bath (age 10 born Chile (British Subject)); Janet L. Bath (age 8 born Chile (British Subject)); Susan Bath (age 7 born Chile (British Subject)); Eugenie L. Bath (age 5 born Chile (British Subject)); Charles L. Bath (age 3 born Chile (British Subject)); and Robert L. Bath (age 9 months born Swansea). Four servants.[1]

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.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1881 Census