Girdlers' Hall

Girdlers' Hall Girdlers' Hall

Girdlers Hall
Girdlers Hall, first built on this site in 1431, was destroyed by the Great Fire in 1666 and again by enemy action in 1940.
This stone was laid on the 9th of May 1960 by
- Malcolm Henry Sherrard, Master,
- Chairman of Hall Committee, Lionel Vincent Straker, C.C.
- Wardens Edward Calcott Pryce, Robert Owen Sherrard, Charles Edmund Sugden
- Clerk, John Rutherford

Waterhouse & Ripley - Chartered Architects
Dove Brothers - Builders
Edward B Fleming - Chartered Surveyor

Site: Girdlers' Hall (1 memorial)

EC2, Basinghall Avenue

The current building, 1961, was designed by C Ripley.

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Girdlers' Hall

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Girdlers' Hall

First built in 1431, destroyed by the Great Fire in 1666, rebuilt in 1681, a...

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Great Fire of London

Started on a Sunday morning. After 4 days the destruction included: - an area...

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World War 2

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Dove Bros. Ltd

Builders. Founded in Studd Street, Islington by William Spencer Dove. In 1852...

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Edward Calcott Pryce

Warden of Girdlers Hall in 1960. Andrew Behan has kindly provided this resea...

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John Rutherford

Clerk of Girdlers Hall in 1960.

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Malcolm Henry Sherrard

Master of Girdlers hall in 1960

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Robert Owen Sherrard

Warden of Girdlers Hall in 1960

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