'Bathe1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Bath (Bathe) of Athcarne, Bathe of Drogheda, Bathe (Bath or de Bathe) of Drumcondragh, Bath (De Bathe) of Kinghtstown, Bathe (Bath or de Bathe) of Rathfagh

Hugo de Bathe (a 1172, "one of the companions in arms of Earl Strongbow, in the invasion of Ireland")
1. ?? de Bathe
  Uncertain on number of intervening generations.
  A. ?? de Bathe
i. Henry de Bathe (bur 1252?, Lord Chief Justice of England)
  ii. Hugo de Bathe (a 1260)
  a. William de Bathe (2nd son)
  (1) John de Bathe of Rathfagh (co. Meath) & Drumcondragh (co. Dublin) (a 1351, Chief Magistrate of Dublin)
  (A) ?? de Bathe
  (i) ?? de Bathe
  Uncertain on number of intervening generations.
  (a) ?? de Bathe
  ((1)) Bartholomew de Bathe of Rathfagh & Drumcondra (a 1447) - continued below
  m. Catherine Uriel (dau/heir of Jacob Uriel)
  b.+ 2 sons



Bartholomew de Bathe of Rathfagh & Drumcondra (a 1447) - continued above
m. Catherine Uriel (dau/heir of Jacob Uriel, chief baron of the Irish Exchequer)
1. Sir William Bathe of Rathfagh, Athcarne, Dullastown & Drumcondragh
  m. Alicia Durpatrick (dau/heir of Robert Durpatrick of Stillorgan)
  A. John Bathe (Chancellor of the Exchequer in Ireland (d 18.07.1577)
  i.+ issue - Robert, William (justice), John of Bellgriffin
B. William Bathe (dsp)
  m. Mary Nugent (dau of Walter Nugent of Moyrath)
  C. Walter Bathe
  i. Elizabeth Bathe
  m. Sir Thomas Luttrell (Chief Justice)
  ii. Maud Bath possibly fits here, dau/coheir of Walter of Rathfeigh
  m1. Walter Golding
  m2. Oliver Plunkett, 1st Lord of Louth (a 1549, d before 05.1553)
m3. Richard Bellew
  D. James Bath (a temp Herny VIII who r. 1509-1547)
  m. Marion Scurlock mother of Margaret, presumed also of ...
  i. (Sir) John Bath of Athcarne (d by 1630)
BEB1841 shows John as father of Sir Lucas. TCB (vol 4, Bath of Athcarne) identifies Sir Luke as son of James and nephew of Sir John. This was probably the Sir John who was father of ...
  a. Eleanor Bathe (d 27.10.1634, 2nd dau)
  m. (before 1620) Nicholas Netterville, 1st Viscount Netterville of Dowth (b 1581, d 1654)
  ii. James Bath of Athcarne not mentioned by BEB1841
  a. Sir Lucas (Luke) Bath of Athcarne, 1st Bart (d 1674, "1st s.")
BEB1841 reports that Lucas dsp. TCB reports that he had the following family.
  m. Cicely Dowdall (dau of Nicholas Dowdall of Brownstown by Jane, dau of Thomas Aylmer of Lyons)
  (1) Sir Peter Bath of Athcarne, 1st Bart (d 10.05.1686)
  m. (mcrt 02.03.1684/5) Margaret Talbot (d before 08.06.1733, dau of John Talbot of Belgard)
  (A) Cecilia Bath (d infant)
  b.+ other issue - Robert of Kilkenny, William presumed sons of James rather than John
  iii. Margaret Bath
  m. Patrick Everard
  iv. Jane Bath (d 1581)
  m. Luke Dillon of Proudtown
2. Bartholomew Bathe of Drogheda (d 1515)
  m. (1489) Anne St. Lawrence (dau of Cruistown)
  A. Christopher Bathe of Drogheda
  m. (1514) Elizabeth Dillon (dau of Frederick Dillon of Dillonstown)
  i. William Bathe of Drogheda
  m. (1555) Rosia de Fonte (dau of Thomas de Fonte of Atherdee)
  a. ?? de Bathe
  (1) ?? de Bathe
  Uncertain on number of intervening generations.
  (A) ?? Bath
  (i) Thomas Bath
  (ii) ?? de Bath
(a) James Bath of Knightstown, Cashel & Ladyrath (b 1697, d 1758)
  m. Frances Nangle (dau of Col. Francis Nangle by Elizabeth, dau of John Plunket)
  ((1)) Peter Bath
  m. (1754) Bridge de Fonte (dau/heir of Edmond de Fonte of Boyle)
  ((A)) Sir James Michael Bath, later De Bathe, 'of Knightstown', 1st Bart (d 22.02.1808)
  m. Anna Maria Wynne (dau of William Wynne of Merionethshire by _ Mapletoft)
  ((i)) Sir James Wynne De Bathe, 2nd Bart (b 25.10.1792, d unm 1828)
  ((ii)) Sir William Plunkett De Bathe, 3rd Bart (b 26.12.1793, d 10.3.1870, Lt. Colonel) had issue
  m. (18.11.1820) Mary Earle (d 1854, dau of Thomas Earle of Spekelands)
  ((B)) Anna Maria Laura Bath, Countess (b 1765, Chanoinesse of the Order of Malta)
  ((2)) son
  ((3)) Frances Bath
  m. Patrick Cusack of Rathaldron
3. Elizabeth de Bathe
  m. Jacob (James) Dillon of Riverstown

Main source(s): BP1934 (De Bathe), BEB1841 (Bath of Athcarne, in Irish section)
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