ALBERT LE BAS(S)Dublin
The 1901 Irish Census records Albert Le Bas as a 32 year-old, Dublin City born, Jeweller. He is married to Bridget, who is 24 years-old and also born in Dublin City. The couple have three sons and one daughter, Samuel 9, Albert 7, Leopold 5, and Alexandra 3. The family reside at 1, Leo Street, Inns Quay, Dublin, which is described in the census as a private residence. Their religion was recorded as Church of Ireland.
In view of the age of the children, Bridget's age may have been mis-recorded, or perhaps she is Albert's second wife.
The 1911 Irish Census records Albert A. Le Bass as a 42 year-old Assay Master at the Custom House. He is now married to 29 year-old Henrietta, who was born in Dublin. They have been married one year. The couple reside at 3, Le Bass Terrace, Dublin and live with three of their children, Albert H. 17, Leopold C., 15, and Gladys N. 13 years of age. They have one live-in servant.
Albert A. Le Bass was appointed Assay Master in 1905, he succeeded his brother, Samuel William Le Bass (1890-1905) and his father, Samuel Le Bass (1880-1890) in the position. Albert A. Le Bass died in April 1941 and was buried at Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin. His address at the time of his demise was recorded as 1, Le Bas Terrace, Leinster Road West, Dublin.
The alternative spelling of the name Le Bas/Le Bass is found throughout all documents seen.
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