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The Camoys Family and the Battles of Crecy and Agincourt
The First Lord Cobham
Fitzalan Chapel, Arundel
John Harrington 4th Baron Harrington
Richard de Vere, 11th Earl of Oxford
Saint George the Martyr, Southwark, London SE1
The return of Henry V to London after the battle of Agincourt
William de Botreaux, 3rd Baron Botreaux
Articles 1371
Petition 1387
Grant of Arms 1488
Coronation 1509
Order of Precedence of the Bowyers' Company 1528
Transfer to Ironmongers 1617
Will of James Wood 1625
Visitation 1634
Harleian Manuscript 1651
Re-grant 1666
Ordinances 1670
Use of Broderers' Hall 1674
Surrender of Charter 1684
Order in Council 1687
Oath of Association 1696
Land Transfer 1853
Red Book 1901
Vellum Scroll of Masters 1960
Grant of Supporters 1996
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Our History
Our Records
Bowyers' Hall City Walk
The Company Song
The Medieval Archer
The Queen's Medal
Apprentices 1680 - 1806
Burney Collection
Charity Reports 1822/1904
City Directories 1880 - 1965
Maitland's History 1739
Royal Commission 1884
Stow's Survey 1603
Strype's Survey 1720
Taxation Roll 1363
The Albion
The Café Royal
The George and Vulture
The London Tavern
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Bowyer Row
Bowyer Tower
Mansion House
Mansion House
Old Library, Guildhall
St Botolph's Bishopsgate
St Nicholas Cole Abbey
Tallow Chandlers' Hall
Major Sir Ralph Anstruther.Bt
Clive NG Arding
Christopher Ballenden
Peter Begent
(Ernest) John Burnett
Sir Roger Cork, Lord Mayor
Alderman Finnis, Lord Mayor
Peter Forrester
Robert Hardy
JFG James-Crook
John Macartney-Filgate
Brian MacDermot
Thomas Mashiter
Richard Model
Sir Richard Neville, Bart
Thomas Sainsbury, Master
Peter Seaton
Sir Douglas Straight
Reginald Vick

The Records of London's Livery Companies Online, known as RollCo, is a project which was begun in 2008 to make the membership records of the Companies more readily accessible by a setting up a searchable database.

The Worshipful Company of Bowyers supported the project by providing transcriptions of admission records which are now freely available online at and contain details of Apprentices and Freemen of the Company from 1680 to 1900.