Sir Ralph William Frankland-Payne-Gallwey, 3rd Baronet (1848–1916) was an English engineer, historian, ballistics expert, and artist. He was the son of Sir William Payne-Gallwey, 2nd Baronet, MP. His son William Payne-Gallwey was a first-class cricketer who was killed in action during the First World War.
- The Book of the Crossbow
- The Fowler in Ireland, or Notes on the Haunts and Habits of Wildfowl and Seafowl: Including Instructions in the Art of Shooting and Capturing Them
- The Book of Duck Decoys: Their Construction, Management and History
- Letters to Young Shooters. 1892.
- The Mystery of Maria Stella, Lady Newborough. Edward Arnold. 1907.
- A history of The George worn on the scaffold by Charles I. 1908.
- High Pheasants in Theory and Practice. 1913.
- The War, A Criticism. 1915.
- Andrew Renshaw (8 May 2014). Wisden on the Great War: The Lives of Cricket's Fallen 1914-1918. A&C Black. p. 90. ISBN 978-1-4088-3236-3.
- Ralph Payne-Gallwey (14 June 2012). The Book of the Crossbow: With an Additional Section on Catapults and Other Siege Engines. Courier Corporation. ISBN 978-0-486-13926-5.
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