Plaque

Tubby Clayton & Toc H

Inscription

English Heritage
Reverend P. T. B. 'Tubby' Clayton, 1885 - 1972, founder of Toc H, lived here.

Site: Clayton & Wakefield (2 memorials)

EC3, Trinity Square, 43 and 41

Tubby's plaque is on no. 43, the brick house to the left, with Wakefield's to the right, behind the lamppost.

The splendid London Details has taken this memorial as the starting point for a very good post on Wakefield and Toc H.

Credit for this entry to: Mark Gunning

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Tubby Clayton & Toc H

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Toc H

International Christian movement. Named after Talbot House, using the army's ...

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Tubby Clayton

C.of E. clergyman and founder of Toc H. Born Australia, but his family return...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Tubby Clayton & Toc H

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Tubby Clayton & Toc H

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Wakefield

Wakefield

The 'lamp of maintenance' above the bust is the symbol used by Toc H. This wh...

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