Robert Boothby-Heathcote
(1805-1865)

Died aged c. 60

Reverend Robert Boothby Heathcote (13 May 1805 - 19 September 1865) was a Church of England clergyman, who built Friday Hill House and other buildings in Chingford, London.

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Commemorated on 2 plaques

Photo of Friday Hill House, Robert Boothby-Heathcote, and Lewis Vulliamy blue plaque
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Photo of 23 Princes Street, Walter Stair, and Robert Boothby-Heathcote blue plaque
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Friday Hill House. Grade II Listed building. Designed by Lewis Vulliamy and erected in 1839, Friday Hill House was the last Manor house of Chingford Earls and home of the Boothby-Heathcote family

Friday Hill House, Simmons Lane E4, London, United Kingdom where he lived (1839)

Chingford Infants school. Locally Listed building. Designed by Walter Stair and erected in 1856 by Robert Boothby-Heathcote (1805-1865), Rector of the parish and Lord of the Manor. The original schoolroom, sandwiched between later 19th century crosswing additions, could house 49 mixed infants

Chingford Infants school, Kings Road E4, London, United Kingdom where he erected (1856)