Building    From 1515  To 1940

Worshipful Company of Broderers' Hall

Categories: 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 century. Destroyed by enemy action 1940. The site was sold in 1957.

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Worshipful Company of Broderers' Hall

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Broderers' Hall

Site of the Worshipful Company of Broderers' Hall, 1515 to 1940. Corporation...

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Pewterers Hall

Pewterers Hall

In 1484 the Pewterers Company acquired a site in Lime Street (which they still own) where they built a Hall, completed in 1496.  This was destroyed in the Great Fire of London and a more modest sec...

Building, Liveries & Guilds

1 memorial
Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass

Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass

The Guild of Glaziers (who made glass) existed in 1328 and received a Royal Charter from Charles I in 1638.

Group, Liveries & Guilds

1 memorial
Cutlers' Hall

Cutlers' Hall

The first recorded Hall was on Ironmonger Lane close to the current Mercers' Hall.  By the early 1400s they were in a building in Cloak Lane. Just before the Great Fire of 1666 the hall was rebuilt...

Building, Liveries & Guilds

1 memorial
Worshipful Company of Fruiterers

Worshipful Company of Fruiterers

1292 -  first reference to ‘Free Fruiterers’.  First charter in 1606.  Their shield shows Adam and Eve with that first piece of fruit.

Group, Commerce, Liveries & Guilds

5 memorials
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