Building    From 1545  To 1681

Dyers' Hall

Categories: Liveries & Guilds

The Worshipful Company of Dyers was incorporated in 1471. Their Hall in Upper Thames Street was lost in the Great Fire of 1666. Rebuilt, it burnt down again in 1681. They then moved to Dowgate Hill/College Street, where their current Hall, of 1842, is still situated. See the Vintners for some information on the Dyers involvement in swan upping.

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Dyers' Hall

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Dyers' Hall

Site of Dyers' Hall, 1545 - 1681. City of London

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John Harris Miles

John Harris Miles

Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Stationers who died in WW1. Andrew Behan has kindly provided this research: Second Lieutenant John Harris Miles was born on 30 May 1886 at 31 Ladbroke Garden...

Person, Liveries & Guilds

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
Worshipful Company of Bakers

Worshipful Company of Bakers

Charter granted by King Henry VII in 1486. The City's second oldest guild. (Weavers is the answer to your question.)

Group, Food & Drink, Liveries & Guilds

2 memorials
Worshipful Company of Butchers

Worshipful Company of Butchers

From the Butchers' website: "Five of our seven Halls were burned down including destruction in the Great Fire of London in 1666. The fourth Hall, in Pudding Lane, was subject to a compulsory purch...

Group, Food & Drink, Liveries & Guilds

2 memorials
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
Curriers' Hall

Curriers' Hall

The Curriers' Company began in 1272. From 1605 it built itself 6 Halls in the City, the last in 1876 (pictured), which it had to sell in the 1920s. Since then it has enjoyed the hospitality of othe...

Building, Liveries & Guilds

1 memorial