Categories: Liveries & Guilds
Destroyed in the Great Fire and never rebuilt. 'Upholder' is an archaic word for 'Upholsterer'.
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Corporation of London Site of Upholders' Hall destroyed in the Great Fire 1666.
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Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Stationers who died in WW1. Andrew Be...
The Drapers' Company has owned the site since 1543. The first building was de...
The Guild of Glaziers (who made glass) existed in 1328 and received a Royal C...
Tallow chandlers make candles and other products from animal fat. the Compan...
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12,210 brave WW1 seamen remembered on the monument at Tower Hill.
23,831 brave WW2 seamen remembered on the monument at Tower Hill.