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Mark Henry Chambers Hayler
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Early Life

Includes certificates of exams passed, notebooks, booklets, correspondence and photographs of students, staff and surrounding areas, including those taken during a revisit to Talgarth in July 1967.

Mark Henry Chambers Hayler

Mark Henry Chambers Hayler Collection

  • AR1122
  • Collection
  • 1889-1997

Box 1
Early Life AR1122/1
Tribunal and Internment AR1122/2
Quaker Publications AR1122/7
Socialist Publications AR1122/8
Hayler Family AR1122/10

Box 2
Conscientious Objector Experiences AR1122/3
Life in the Prisons AR1122/4
Works and drafts AR1122/13

Box 3

Non Conscription Fellowship publications AR112/5
Anti war publications AR1122/6

Box 4

General Publications AR1122/9
Foreign Visits AR1122/11
Post First World War Publications AR1122/12

Box 5

12 audio tapes relating to recordings made by Imperial War Museum plus 1 tape recorded by Croydon Museum Service 28/11/1997 AR1122/13/2
2 reel to reel tapes, 1 unmarked, 1 ‘address delivered by Mark H.C. Hayler on Sunday Feb 7th 1971 at Croydon Friends meeting house AR1122/13/1
Box of glass negatives AR1122/10/3

A1064 - Register of local conscientious objectors compiled by Walter T. Hayler in 1916, brother to Mark Hayler is also stored within this collection

Mark Henry Chambers Hayler

Trefecca College Records

Material mainly from 1911 to 1913. Includes a Trefecca magazine from 1900 (vol II, No.3) in English and Welsh, music sheet, college booklets, notes regarding Trefecca, small note book of preaching engagements, photography and correspondences. Includes an extract from the Memoirs of Mary Robinson taken by Mark H. C. Hayler in 1967.

Mark Henry Chambers Hayler

Tribunal and Internment

Papers dealing with the personal experiences of Mark Hayler during the First World War from a mixture of sources including the Hayler family and Mark Hayler's own diaries.

Mark Henry Chambers Hayler