Goverley Surname Ancestry Results
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|London livery company hall officials
The various trades and occupations of London were grouped in guilds or companies: the twelve livery companies (the mercers, grocers, drapers, fishmongers, goldsmiths, skinner, merchant taylors, haberdashers, salters, ironmongers, vintners and clothworkers) had halls, as did sundry others (the cutlers, founders, armourers and braziers, girdlers, brewers, leather sellers, saddlers, innholders, dyers, tallow chandlers, coopers and barbers); the remaining fifty or more did not. Clerks and beadles of the company halls are listed in Holden's Triennial Directory of 1805 to 1807.
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