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He married first, in 1959, Judith Nelson; they had two sons and one daughter.
The marriage was dissolved in 1977 and the following year he married, secondly, Gloria, widow of David Rutherston.
An apiarist and an able farmer, Bathurst was also the owner of "Jim" and "Joe", the last working oxen in this country.
He ran Cirencester Park Polo Club and was active in local affairs – it was his job, among others, to hand out the Bledisloe Trophies to well-kept Cotswold villages.
He was educated at Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford.
In 1948 he joined the military and served as a lieutenant in the 10th Royal Hussars and as a captain in the Royal Gloucestershire Hussars (TA).
This wonderful area on the NSW South Coast is less than two hours’ drive from Sydney and on the spectacular Grand Pacific Drive.Scandal struck in the Eighties when, twice, (in 19), plantations of cannabis and opium poppies were found to be growing within the Park walls, tended by local opportunists who were later jailed.Bathurst weathered the ensuing press attention with the same grace as he employed in 1989, when he lost his driving licence for 15 months after a four-hour lunchtime "jolly" with friends.In 1988 Bathurst had moved to a farmhouse on the estate to make way for Lord Apsley, his son and heir, yet he remained involved in the running of things.In 2003, driving through the Park on his way home from a polo match, his Landrover was overtaken on the grass verge by a Volkswagen Golf travelling at 40 to 50mph.
Explore scenic walkways through Killalea's green expanse, winding your way down to the beaches. Nearby is the Bass Point Reserve, a significant cultural and natural heritage site.