Categories: Liveries & Guilds
Picture source: www.thedrapers.co.uk
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Drapers' Hall On this site, once part of the Augustine Priory, Thomas Cromwel...
This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
'Wardmote' just means a meeting where decisions are made.
Records go back to 1348. From the Guild‘s website: "In its widest sense mercery could describe all merchandise, although in London the term evolved to mean the trade specifically in luxury fabrics,...
Group, Commerce, Liveries & Guilds
Master of the Worshipful Company of Butchers, 1961 - 1962. Another escapee from nominative determinism! (see Brunel.)
Person, Liveries & Guilds
The Company of Parish Clerks is, of course, the organisation of Parish Clerks of the City and central London, first incorporated in 1441. And, of course, they needed a hall. 1st Hall: Clerks Place...
Building, Liveries & Guilds
Broderers were workers in embroidery. The Hall existed in Gutter Lane from 1515 but was burnt in the Great Fire of 1666. It was rebuilt but little used, let and became a warehouse in the 19th cent...
Destroyed in the Great Fire and never rebuilt. 'Upholder' is an archaic word for 'Upholsterer'.