Building    From 1500  To 1771

Cooks' Hall

Categories: Liveries & Guilds

Building

Cooks' Hall was built circa 1500, escaped the Great Fire and was rebuilt and enlarged 1674. In 1764 a fire partially destroyed the Hall which was again rebuilt but it was totally destroyed by fire in 1771.

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Cooks' Hall

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Cooks' Hall - blue plaque

2022: A London Inheritance drew our attention to the stamp and the text below...

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Cooks' Hall - bronze plaque

{Below the arms of the Worshipful Company of Cooks:} Cooks Hall was built on...

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Other Subjects

Lord Weatherill

Lord Weatherill

Trustee of The Memorial Gates Trust. Bruce Bernard Weatherill, Baron Weatherill, KStJ, PC, DL, was born on 25 November 1920, the son of Bernard Bruce Weatherill (1883-1962) and Annie Gertrude Weat...

Person, Armed Forces, Commerce, Liveries & Guilds, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Turners' Hall, second

Turners' Hall, second

The Guild of Turners began sometime between 1295 and 1310.  King James I granted the first Royal Charter in 1604.   In the 15th and 16th centuries almost all the turners in London lived in one ver...

Building, Liveries & Guilds

1 memorial
Worshipful Company of Skinners

Worshipful Company of Skinners

Originally an association of fur traders, it is now an educational and charitable institution. It is one of the Livery Companies of the City of London.

Group, Commerce, Education, Liveries & Guilds

1 memorial
Girdlers' Hall

Girdlers' Hall

First built in 1431, destroyed by the Great Fire in 1666, rebuilt in 1681, and again destroyed by enemy action in 1940.The picture shows the pillared portico of the old Girdlers' Hall, 1830.Girdle...

Building, Liveries & Guilds

1 memorial