Perth Digger Posted 15 January , 2018 Share Posted 15 January , 2018 According to all the usual records (1914 Star, B&V, Effects etc) and the on-line site Winchester College at War, Toynbee served with the 1st Rifle Brigade in 1914. He was KIA on 15 November 1914, but is commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial. There is no Service Record for Toynbee of the Rifle Brigade, but there is one, with same three forenames, for a Capt Toynbee of the Connaught Rangers. I assume that this is the same man, but wondered if the fact that as the Rifle Brigade War Diary does not mention his death or missing status, that he may have been temporarily attached to the Conaught Rangers. Would anyone know if this true? Thanks Mike Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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