Person    | Male  Born 12/12/1885  Died 15/12/1972

Tubby Clayton

Categories: Philanthropy, Religion

C.of E. clergyman and founder of Toc H. Born Australia, but his family returned to England the next year so he was brought up here. While serving as an army chaplain in WW1 he created a soldiers club, Talbot House the first Toc H. In 1923 he was appointed to All Hallows by the Tower where he remained as vicar until 1963. 1933 he was a founder of the Tower Hill Improvement Trust. This became the spiritual centre of Toc H. Died at his home on Tower Hill.

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Tubby Clayton

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Tubby Clayton & Toc H

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

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Emperor Trajan statue

{On a steel plaque attached to the base:} Statue believed to be of the Roman ...

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Wakefield

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

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Other Subjects

Police Memorial Trust

Police Memorial Trust

A charitable organisation created following a letter to The Times from Michael Winner about the death of Yvonne Fletcher, and it was in her memory that the Trust's first memorial was erected. The p...

Group, Armed Forces, History, Philanthropy

9 memorials
Morden College

Morden College

A charity founded by Sir John Morden, to accommodate merchants who had lost their estates by accidents and perils of the seas. Initially, only single or widowed men were admitted, but in the 20th c...

Place, Philanthropy

1 memorial
Chiswick War Memorial Homes

Chiswick War Memorial Homes

Homes for disabled servicemen and women, and the families of those killed in conflicts. Founded by Stoll (Formerly the Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation). The first homes were opened in Fulham, followed ...

Building, Armed Forces, Philanthropy

1 memorial
Sir Harry Arieh Simon Djanogly, CBE

Sir Harry Arieh Simon Djanogly, CBE

Textile manufacturer and philanthropist. His family fled from France after the Nazi occupation and he was naturalised as a British subject on 1 November 1948. In 1986 he merged his Nottingham Manuf...

Person, Commerce, Philanthropy, France

1 memorial
Quintin Hogg

Quintin Hogg

Born London. Merchant, philanthropist, social reformer, and, in 1882, founder of the Regent Street Polytechnic which became a model for later social and educational centres for underprivileged yout...

Person, Philanthropy

3 memorials