TOASE, Leonard Easingwold

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Leonard TOASE Royal Navy. Died 12th June 1976 aged 85. Last known address was 70 Uppleby, Easingwold. Husband of Agnes, nee Stone. Born 23rd April 1904 died September 1992 At rest with his wife in St John the Baptist and All Saints Churchyard, Easingwold, Yorkshire
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UK, Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services, 1853-1928, Ancestry
He was born at Easingwold on the 17th March 1891, occupation, railway platelayer. He enlisted on the 6th May 1913 for a period of 5 to 7 years. The ships he served on are as follows. HMS Victory II Training Ship, Shore Base at Crystal Palace. Rank, Stoker Class 2, SS113953 from 6th May 1913 to 29th October 1913. HMS Venus from the 30th October 1913 to 11th December 1913. HMS King George V from the 12th December 1913, fought at the Battle of Jutland and was demob 11th April 1919. Joined Royal Fleet Reserve as Petty Officer Stoker Class 1, 8980 on the 12th April 1919. Joined HMS Victory II (Shore Base) 9th April 1921 to 8th June 1921, demobilization day.
Naval Medal and Award Rolls, Ancestry. Longs Service and Good Conduct Medal. Length of service 1921-1932 Leonard Toase, PO Stoker Class 1, 8980, medal number 284, rank, Stoker Class 1, issued 3rd February 1930.
Son of James and Agnes of High Street, Easingwold. In 1911 he was a farm servant to William and Maria Taylor of Clark's Wood Sessay Thirsk Yorkshire Or Park Farm Sessay Mink Yorkshire aged 20. His brother Thomas Edwin fell in action in 1916

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