Nathan Jacobs died in 1890 and is buried in grave 50
Administration of the Personal Estate of Nathan Jacobs late of 1 St. Mary-buildings Wells-road Bath in the County of Somerset Jewish Minister who died 12 May 1890 at 1 St. Mary-buildings was granted at the Principal Registry to Hannah Jacobs of '14 Manvers-street Bath Widow the Relict. Personal Estate £150'.
Their eldest daughter Rose (b1846) married Michael Franks, a Jeweller and Pawnbroker from Russia. In the 1871 census they are living in Midsomer Norton with their daughter Fanny. 1881 they are living in Blaenavon Wales with their five children. By 1891 they are living in Manvers Street Bath and then moved to Prior Park Buildings. It is possible that Rose ran a kosher restaurant and boarding house.
Rebecca (b1854) married Jacob Wolf, headmaster of the Westminster Jews' Free School.
Their youngest daughter Judith (b 1866) married Benjamin Woolf, a Newport Pawnbroker at 20 Charlotte Street in August 1887.
Their eldest son Aaron Joseph a pawnbroker married Sarah Samuel from Liverpool and lived in Pontypool Wales.
Their second son Emmanuel married Priscilla and was a Pawnbroker living in the 1891 census at 18 Cardiff Road, Newport with 10 children and two servants. He died in 1899, leaving over £3,500 to his wife and son Betram a solicitor.
The third son, Julius (b 1848) a general dealer, married in 1872 in the Great Synagogue London to Marie Berlyn, a school teacher. They lived in Neath, Birmingham, Bedford and London with their eight children
Benjamin (b 1852) married Lotti Pichi in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania.
Their youngest son Isaiah married Josephine Hast. They had three children and lived in Cambridge and then London.