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Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem For the City of London: Part 3
Index of companies and crafts CITY COMPANIES AND CRAFTS. Armourers and Brasiers, 57, 65, 70, 138139, 211. Bakers, 6465, 99, 226, 266. Barber ... Jewellers [Goldsmiths ?], 160. Joiners, 46, 92, 106, 108. ...
The Aldermen of the City of London Temp. Henry III - 1912
there were elected from the inferior Companies, 11 Leathersellers, 5 Dyers, 4 Girdlers, ... Andrewes, a Member of the Leathersellers' Company, who was appointed ... The aldermen...
A Survey of Documentary Sources For Property Holding in London Before the Great Fire London Record Society, 22
History and Antiquities of the Worshipful Company of Leathersellers ... Sources London Livery Companies LONDON LIVERY COMPANIES Fraternities ... Many companies...
A New History of London Including Westminster and Southwark
Addenda A list of the Incorporated Companies of Citizens of London A List of the several incorporated Companies of Citizens of London: ... 1. Order. Companies. When incorporated. Halls where...
City of London Livery Companies Commission. Report; Volume 4
Report on the Charities of the Mercers' Company Appendix MERCERS' COMPANY. Appendix to Mr. Hare's Report. LADY CAMPDEN'S MONEY LEGACY ... free of the said Company in sums of 125 l. to each for...
London and Middlesex Chantry Certificate 1548 London Record Society 16
Chantry Certificate, 1548 Corporations and Companies of the City [m.36] CORPORATIONS AND COMPANIES OF THE CITY OF LONDON 191. Salters ... a tenement which is the common hall of the company, given...
Analytical Index To the Series of Records Known As the Remembrancia 1579-1664
Companies Companies. I. 52. Letter from the Lord Mayor (Sir Thomas ... in favour of Harny, a bookbinder, free of the Fishmongers' Company ... by an informer (one Lille, free of the Merchant...
Survey of London: Volume 9, the Parish of St Helen, Bishopsgate, Part I
Rev. Thos. Hugo History of the Worshipful Company of Leathersellers ... and Leathersellers' Companies. The latter Company has also an extensive collection
A Dictionary of London
Founded 1544 by Mr. Christopher Ayre, merchant and leather-seller for six poor men and their wives. Left in trust to the Leather-sellers' Company