Ralph Bozeat

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Frederick Ralph Bozeat

Ralph Bozeat in the 1939 school panoramic photograph
Died April 1995
Education Boston Grammar School (1936-44)
Occupation Member of drawing office staff of county architect (Lincolnshire); County Architect (Essex)
Employer Holland County Council, other county councils

Frederick Ralph Bozeat was educated at Boston Grammar School (1936-44). He won the Ogle Divinity Prize twice: in 1943 and 1944. His parents kept a shoe shop in Church Street, Boston for many years.

He designed the school hall and second science block which were built between 1956 and 1958. He was a member of the drawing office staff of Holland's county architect. Fairly soon after completion of the extension to the school, he left the town to pursue a career with county authorities elsewhere in the United Kingdom.


Published in the August 1995 issue of The Old Bostonian

Ralph Bozeat died in April this year. He had a distinguished career in architecture reaching the responsible position of County Architect in Essex. He had retired and was living in Aylsham near Cromer.

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