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Benjamin Marion Bath
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Birth: Apr. 28, 1890
Georgetown County
South Carolina, USA
Death: May 1, 1949
Georgetown County
South Carolina, USA

Georgetown Times May 6 1949

B. M. Bath

Benjamin Marion Bath, 59, of Georgetown, died unexpectedly at 6:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at his home here on Front Street. he had been ill since September when he suffered a heart attack.

Funeral services were held from Duncan Memorial Methodist church at 11 am Tuesday with the Rev Dr J. H. Danner officiating. Burial was in the family plot in Elmwood Cemetery.

Mr. Bath was born in Georgetown County April 30 1890 and was a son of the late Daniel M. Bath and the late Mrs. Ella Grier Bath. For a number of years, Mr. Bath was connected with the wholesale grocery business here but for the past eight years he had been connected with a local finance company as manager.

Mr. Bath was a keen sportsman being a member of several hunting and fishing clubs as well as a member of the Business Men's Club and of the Woodmen of the World. He was also a member of Duncan Memorial Methodist Church.

Surviving are his widow the former Miss Susan Gertrude Shackelford; two sons D. White Bath and Richard C. Bath, three daughters Mrs. Elizabeth B. Woods, Mrs. B. W. Cox and Mrs. Gene Raider, all of Georgetown, eight grandchildren a brother C. Leroy Bath of Georgetown, and two sisters Mrs. F. G. Querry of Plantersville, and Miss Ella Bath of Georgetown.

Son of Daniel M. Bath and Ella Grier
Son D. White Bath
Son Richard O. Bath
Daughter Mrs. Elizabeth B. Wood, Georgetown
Daughter Mrs. J. C. Cox, Georgetown
Daughter, Mrs. Gene Rader, Georgetown
Sister Mrs F. G. Query, Plantersville
Sister Miss Ella Bath, Georgetown 
Family links: 
  Daniel Murrell Bath (1854 - 1912)
  Ella Grier Bath (1862 - 1905)
  Gertrude Shackelford Bath (1890 - 1973)*
  Marion Bath (1915 - 1930)*
  Daniel White Bath (1918 - 1991)*
  Elizabeth Bath Benton (1920 - 2013)*
  Mary Bath Cox (1924 - 1998)*
  Richard Oliver Bath (1926 - 1993)*
  Oscar E. Bath*
  Infant Daughter Bath*
  Eunice R. Bath (1878 - 1888)*
  Thomas G. Bath (1881 - 1901)*
  Robert G. Bath (1883 - 1886)*
  Daniel Murrel Bath (1884 - 1934)*
  Jamie Williams (1886 - 1906)*
  Mary Adeline Bath Clarke - Query (1887 - 1963)*
  Benjamin Marion Bath (1890 - 1949)
  Edwin Iseman Bath (1895 - 1939)*
  Oliver Bond Bath (1898 - 1943)*
  Ella Trent Bath (1901 - 1980)*
  Cleveland Leroy Bath (1904 - 1969)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: Woodmen of the World
Elmwood Cemetery and Annex
Georgetown County
South Carolina, USA
Created by: Patti Yourko Burns
Record added: May 11, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 36973362
Benjamin Marion Bath
Added by: Patti Yourko Burns
Benjamin Marion Bath
Added by: Patti Yourko Burns
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Thinking of you today...
- Mary Lou McCormick
 Added: Jun. 6, 2015
Joseph Cullen Root declared that June 6th of each year to be ‘Woodmen Memorial Day" and woodmen who had died should be remembered and honored. "Dum Tacet Clamet," meaning, "Though silent, he speaks" Thinking of you today…
- Mary Lou McCormick
 Added: Jun. 6, 2014

- Mary Lou McCormick
 Added: Jan. 6, 2012

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