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Biography

Adrian William Bath was born 10 January 1876 in Blackfellows Gully, Walcha, New South Wales, Australia to Christopher Bath (1828-1900) and Caroline Ann English (1839-1925) and died 12 October 1945 in Walcha, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Emma Jane Coughlin (1873-1950) 2 July 1896 in Walcha, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.




Children


Offspring of Adrian William Bath and Emma Jane Coughlin (1873-1950)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Ada Evelyn Bath (1898-1980)
Nellie Jane Bath (1900-1945)
Hazel Ann English Bath (1903-1977)
George Thomas Bath (1906-1948)
Sydney Charles Bath (1909-)
Ruby Alice Bath (1912-)
Daphne M Bath (1914-)
Madge Bath (c1918-1985)

Obituary

MR. ADRIAN WILLIAM BATH

The death occurred on Oct. 12th of Mr Adrian William Bath, in Walcha District Hospital. Deceased, who was the last remaining son of the late Mr and Mrs Christopher Path, was born in Walcha district 69 years ago, and followed the occupation of a carpenter. For the past five years he was unable to carry out heavy work owing to heart trouble.
He married Miss Emma Coughlin, daughter of Mrs John Coughlin, and the late Mr.J. Coughlin, of Coopernook, and besides his wife is survived by five daughters: Mrs J. Hoad (Gunnedah), Mrs A. Parker (Lambton), Mrs J. Lamey (Dubbo), Mrs Ron Smith (Hamilton), Mrs R. McEwan (Mark's Point) and sons, Christopher Bath (Hamilton), George Bath (Walcha), and Sid. Bath (AIF), together with 17 grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. Mrs Wm. Grieve, senr., Walcha, and Mrs W. Hoy, Walcha, are sisters. The funeral took place to the Church of England cemetery, after service at St. Andrew's Church of England, Rev. J. S. H. Cawte conducting both services.

The Wingham Chronicle And Manning River Observer, 2 November 1945, page 4




Sources and notes

‡ General
Ω Birth
  • BDM Index ref for birth: 6892/1876
₪ Wedding
  • BDM Index ref for marriage: 6165/1896
¶ Death
  • BDM Index ref for death: 28681/1945

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