4 edition of City of London Directory and Livery Companies Guide. found in the catalog.
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General index to the bills, reports, estimates, accounts and papers printed by order of the House of Commons and to the papers presented by command, 1870-1878-79.
Explore this site to find out what makes The City of London a unique and special place without equal. The committee oversees the elections of sheriffs and the Lord Mayor, educates liverymen regarding the city and its activities, represents the livery companies in communications with the city. Several companies that do not have a hall of their own share office premises within the hall of another company on a semi-permanent basis, examples being thewhich uses part of Apothecaries' Hall, and thewhich co-habits with the.
London Citizens in 1651, Being a Transcript of Harleian MS. Freemen are expected to advance to become liverymen by a vote of the court of the company. Some are listed here: - The magazine of the City of London Corporation a bi-monthly newsletter distributed to Clerks by email, and often posted at livery company websites City Livery Companies - a 40 page booklet orange cover describing each livery company, and other background about the civic activities of the City.
In the case of other apprentices, the indentures do not usually survive.
the two Common Halls and the United Guilds Service, and Lord Mayor's Show, wherever they may participate. The Apprentices of Great Britain, an index to certain apprenticeships, 1710-74, includes many who were bound between 1710 and 1774 to company members commissioned by the Society of Genealogists.
Companies often established a guild or meeting hall, and though they faced destruction in the of 1666 and during ofthirty-nine companies maintain their sometimes elaborate and historic halls.
' their respective craft, trade or profession. They are not in any way Guilds as are not related to trading and occupational activities.
The information on this website is published in good faith and for general information purposes only. However, they do not contain detailed accounts of members' personal or business activities. The papers should indicate the livery company of a freeman.
Three livery companies theand share a hall injust south of and outside the City of London, while the has long been based at Proof House, in the and the Master Mariners' "hall" is an historical ship,moored on the Thames which is shared by the ' Company. However, from about 1800, this was increasingly unlikely. History of establishment [ ] The Shipwrights' Company, unlike other livery companies, has not received a because maritime trade by definition was never confined within the boundaries of the ; instead a corporate body of grew over time, their first recorded reference being in the twelfth century; thus the company's status is considered as being incorporated "by prescription".
Note for Livery Clerks : to change or add to the details of your company at the database above, you will need a password. Precedence [ ] In 1515, the of the City of London settled an for the 48 livery companies then in existence, based on those companies' contemporary economic or political power.
The Watermen and Parish Clerks are governed by statutes and Royal Charters with responsibilities outside the city.
London: Society of Genealogists, c2006.
Although the Shipwrights' Company is no longer a representing solely London-based industry, through its membership it retains strong links with , and and professions.