Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)TOCH/B/5
Extent7 boxes, 15 volumes and 14 files
Date[early 20th century]-[early 21st century]
DescriptionMaterial relating to Toc H Marks. Includes papers for Marks I-VII, Marks XI-XIV, Mark XCI, Marks XX-XXI, and Mark XXIV.

List of Marks, with date of foundation and address, as follows:
Mark I, 1920, Talbot House. 23 Queen's Gate Gardens, London. Then 1929, 24 Pembridge Gardens, Nottingham Hill Gate;
Mark II, 1920, 123 St George's Square, Pimlico, London;
Mark III, 1920, Prideaux. 148 York Road, London. Then 1930, 9 Church Crescent, London. Acquired with help of 'Punch';
Mark IV, 1922, Upper Park Road, Victoria Park, Manchester;
Mark V, 1922, The Firs, 574 Winchester Road, Bassett, Southampton;
Mark VI, 1923, 71 Newhall Street, Birmingham. Then at unknown date, 77 Clifford Street, Birmingham. Then 1937, Wake Green Road, Moseley, Birmingham. Wake Green Road a gift from Lord Austin [Herbert Austin, car manufacturer at Longbridge etc] in memory of Lt Vernon James Austin, killed in WW1;
Mark VII, 1922, 15 Fitzroy Square, London;
Mark VIII, 1923, Christchurch Road, Sheffield. Discontinued in 1938, then Centre for the South Yorks Division;
Mark IX, 1923, 29 St Paul's Road, Bristol. Then 1944, 16 Cotham Park, Bristol;
Mark X, 1923, Clarendon House, Hull. Then at unknown date, Westbourne House, Hull. Destoyed by enemy action, 1941;
Mark XI, 1923, 44 Princess Road, Leicester;
Mark XII, 1923, Shaw Royd, Halifax, Yorks. Closed in 1935;
Mark XIII, 1923, 119 Kennington Park Road, Brothers House, London;
Mark XIV, 1923, Eccles Old Road, Salford, Manchester;
Mark XV, 1924, 31 The Common, Woolwich, London. Closed 1941;
Mark XVI, 1923, Redville, High Street, Swindon;
Mark XVII, 1925, The Old Pasonage, Itchen, Hants. Closed in 1928 on expiry of lease;
Mark XVIII, 1925, Glendyn, Jesmond Part West, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. Possibly closed [c 1950];
Mark XIX, 1929, Red House or East Street, ?Leeds. Requisitioned by local authorities;
Mark XX, 1930, 67 Upper Richmond Road, Putney, London;
Mark XXI, 1929, 228 Osmaston Road, Derby;
Mark XXII, 1923, Jamaica Road, Bermondsey. Then 1929, 95 Denmark Hill, London;
Mark XXIII, 1929, Brotherton House, Headingly, Leeds;
Mark XXIV, 1931, Gladstone House, 62 Rodney Street, Liverpool. Birthplace of William Gladstone, 1809, present to Toc H by his third son Henry N. Gladstone.
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