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Period  Romantic period
Name  Elizabeth Bath
Role  Serial Killer

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Born  Elizabeth Paddy 17 February 1776 (1776-02-17)
Notable works  Poems, on Various Occasions (1806)
Relatives  sister of Mary Osler (nee Paddy) great aunt of William Osler
Died  August 21, 1614, Cachtice, Slovakia
Spouse  Ferenc Nadasdy (m. 1575–1604)
Children  Anna Nadasdy, Gyorgy Nadasdy, Anastasia Bathory
Parents  Anna Bathory, George VI Bathory
Grandparents  Stephen VIII Bathory, Catherine Telegdi
Similar People  Ferenc Nadasdy, Vlad the Impaler, Delphine LaLaurie, Julie Delpy, Juraj Jakubisko

Elizabeth Bathory - Serial Killer


Elizabeth Bath, née Paddy, (1776–1844) is the author of a collection of sixty-six poems published by subscription in 1806 in Bristol. She was a member of the Society of Friends.

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Family

Elizabeth Bath (née Paddy) was born on 17 February 1776. She was the daughter of Edward Paddy and Mary (Rowling) of Falmouth, Cornwall.

On 7 November 1796 she married Henry Bath (24 January 1776 – 29 May 1844) a Quaker and metals merchant of Swansea, South Wales, also founder of Henry Bath & Son Ltd., an enterprise still in existence today. They lived at Rosehill House, in Mumbles, Swansea. Elizabeth's sister, Mary, became the wife of Edward Osler and thereby the grandmother of Sir William Osler, the world-renowned physician.

She died on 3 October 1844.

Work

Elizabeth Bath's book is dedicated to a friend "whose sincerity is equaled only by the stability which has ever marked her character." The poems take a variety of forms — some are sonnets; some are longer poems — and they address religion, loss, friendship, sensibility, and other likely topics. The list of subscribers is substantial.

  • Poems, on Various Occasions. Bristol: Printed by J. Desmond, at the Mirror-Office, Small-Street. 1806.
  • References

    Elizabeth Bath Wikipedia


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