Mark Hayler papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

2 scrapbooks of newspaper cuttings and photographs, many relating to the cases of M. H. C. Hayler and his brother, Glen Herbert Hayler (1916-1917); Address book (11 Mar. 1917); Issue of the Daily News (22 May 1925); Poster "Shall Britons Be Conscripts?" (n.d.); Photocopied miscellaneous papers relating to conscription, 1917-1919 (n.d.); Pamphlet William Penn's Plan for a League of Nations, first published in 1693 (1919); Pamphlet President Wilson's New Declaration of Freedom, 2 April 1917 (n.d.); Photocopied typescript recollections from an unfinished autobiography (n.d.); 2 issues of An occasional Folio (June 1941, n.d.); List of Dartmoor members of the Friends' War Victims Relief Mission in France (n.d.); Typed transcript of an interview recorded with Peter Liddle (Mar. 1976).

Administrative / Biographical History

Mark H. C. Hayler (b. 1887 at Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire), a conscientious objector, was court-martialled and imprisoned at Winchester and later at Dartmoor.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted

Note

In English

Other Finding Aids

Alternative Form Available

Microfilmed

Related Material

Tapes 346 and 348: interview recorded with Peter Liddle in Mar. 1976.