Periods > 16th century > Livery company records (London)

City of London Livery Companies Commission. Report; Volume 4

•  19th century •  18th century •  17th century •  16th century
Contains extensive reports upon and accounts of the charities administered by the twelve "Great Companies".

Memorials of the Guild of Merchant TaylorsOf the Fraternity of St. John the Baptist in the City of London

•  15th century •  16th century •  17th century •  18th century •  19th century •  14th century
Extensive records of the Company, including charters, accounts and ordinances; also includes material relating to the associated schools and charities.

Scriveners' company common paper 1357-1628With a continuation to 1678

•  14th century •  15th century •  16th century •  17th century
By kind permission of the London Record Society. Records of the 'Writers of the Court Letter', later incorporated in 1616/17 as the Company of Scriveners of the City of London. Includes lists of officers, oaths, ordinances, petitions and letters patent.

City of London Livery Companies Commission. Report; Volume 1

•  19th century •  18th century •  17th century
Volume 1 contains the final reports and memoranda of the commissioners, and the oral inquiry.

Records of the Worshipful Company of CarpentersVolume I: Apprentices' Entry Books 1654-1694

•  17th century
Records of nearly 3,000 apprentices, their families and places of origin and the member of the Company to whom they were bound.