BATH — Camilla Ashe Sewall, 80, of Bath, Maine on 19 December 2016.

Born in Manhattan to Loyall Farragut and Jane Smith Sewall. Camilla was a direct descendent of shipbuilder and railroad industrialist Arthur Sewall, and could trace her family back to early US settlers, including the infamous Judge Sewall of the Salem witch trails. She grew up, together with her brother Loyall, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan but spent formative the war years at the family home in Bath, Maine. She graduated from Wellesley and Colombia and worked as a social worker both the US and in Europe where she spent much of her adult life. She met her husband, Michael in Paris while working at the Centre for Students and Artists and later moved with the family to London. Following their divorce, she travelled widely, spending extended sojourns in Asia, Haiti, Mexico and Europe. She also restored the family mansion on Washington Street in Bath Maine to its former glory and was famous locally for her diverse friends and fabulous parties.

She is survived by her children Philip, Camilla and Jenty, and her grandchildren Elisabeth, Camilla Oceana, Samuel, Jakob, Sabine and Delphine.

A celebration of her life will be held in July/August 2017 in Small Point.