(1693 – 29 June 1764) was an entrepreneur and philanthropist, and was notable for his reforms to the British postal system. He was baptised at St Columb Major, Cornwall on 24 July As a teenager he worked at the Post Office. He moved in to Bath, where he became a post office clerk, and at the age of 19, in 1712, became the Postmaster of Bath. In was elected Mayor of Bath, was the Member of Parliament for Bath between and
[Bath Chronicle] - The area at Ralph Allen School will be used to exhibit students' work, as well as housing new classrooms, meeting zones and a Snack Shack selling refreshments. It was launched with an afternoon of performances and demonstrations by pupils
[Bath Chronicle] - The two-storey hall would be built in the grounds of the 580-pupil school at Ralph Allen Drive, and would include changing rooms and supporting facilities. It says architects have developed an innovative design to provide a high-quality facility which
[Bath Chronicle] - The Year 8 side visit Ralph Allen this week looking to secure their place at the Bath Schools' Cup final at Twerton Park. They continued their unbeaten run with victory at Norton Hill, with Patrick Osbourne opening the scoring and Gabriel Oghre
[Bath Chronicle] - “The same goes for Ralph Allen, Monkton Combe, All Hallows', Writhlington and Oakfield St John's schools for providing a great team of ball boys and girls who have worked long hours throughout the week.”
posted a photo: Ralph Allen Wingate ( )http://www.flickr.com/photos/gretefamily Richard Graves11 Mar by jasveer singhHe was a close friend of William Shenstone, Anthony Whistler, lowborn Ralph Allen, and William Warburton. He and Lucy had five children, including a son of the same name who was vicar of Great Malvern. ...
[Malaysia Star] - But it was in the early 1700s that the city was expanded by three men, Richard “Beau” Nash, Ralph Allen and John Wood. Wood, was an admirer of the 16th century Italian architect, Andrea Palladio, and that led to the recreation of Bath in the Palladian