Earl of Bath was a title that was created five times in British history, three times in the Peerage of England, once in the Peerage of Great Britain and once in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. Now extinct. See also Marquess of Bath.
Earls of Bath; First creation (1486)
Earls of Bath; Second creation (1536)
Arms of Bourchier, Earls of Bath: Argent, a cross engrailed gules between four water bougets sable
: Bourchier knot
Earls of Bath; Third creation (1661)
Arms of Granville, Earls of Bath: Gules, three clarions or
- John Granville, 1st Earl of Bath (1628–1701)
- Charles Granville, 2nd Earl of Bath (1661–1701)
- William Henry Granville, 3rd Earl of Bath (30 January 1692 – 17 May 1711). Granville was the only son of Charles Granville, 2nd Earl of Bath, by his second wife Isabella, sister of Henry de Nassau d'Auverquerque, 1st Earl of Grantham. He was styled Viscount Lansdown from August to September 1701, when he succeeded in the earldom after his father committed suicide, allegedly because of the debts he had inherited. Lord Bath died of smallpox in May 1711, aged 19, when the earldom became extinct.
Earls of Bath; Fourth creation (1742)
Earls of Bath; Fifth creation (1803)