Person NameConvenery Court of Arbroath; 1751-1938
ActivityThe Convenery Court was the court for the incorporated trades of Arbroath, the Hammermen, Glovers, Shoemakers, Weavers, Tailors, Wrights and Bakers. It was a means to allow all of the deacons of the incorporated trades to meet and as such was a forum for discussion of the role of the trades. This role gradually declined so that the annual meeting eventually consisted of the election of the convenor and the annual dinner.
Corporate NameConvenery Court of Arbroath
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