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Garlickhythe, refers to hythe – landing place, near where garlic was sold.
St James’ is the guild Church to many livery companies including
Coachmakers & coach harness makers Clockmakers, , Fan Makers,
Gardeners, Glass sellers, Gold & Silver Wyre Drawers,Horners Joiners &
Ceilers, Needlemakers, Painters-Stainers, Skinners & Vintners The original
Dyers Hall, dye houses and wharf was thought to be located between Cannon
Street Railway and Southwark Bridges as you will read below.


- 10 Dowgate Hill EC4R 2ST

The Dyers had buildings in Upper Thames Street which were burnt down in
the Great Fire, as was its replacement in 1681. The third (1730s) & fourth
(1760s) halls in Dowgate Hill both collapsed and the present hall on College
Street was built in 1842 by Charles Dyer. In 1856 an extension onto Dowgate
Hill was added by D A Corbett.


























Above
Dyers Hall Upper Thames Street.

(I believe the Church in the background is St James’ as it has more than a
passing resemblance to the photo)




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