March 2, 1940
Married Juanita Stephens
Entered the service, received training at Camp Van Dorn, Mississippi,
Fort Benning, Georgia and
November 22, 1943
Camp Van Dorn, Mississippi, Toll was a Private First Class
Assigned to Headquarters Company, 253 Infantry, 63 Division
Source: Thanksgiving Menu with list of names and dated 1943
Some where in-between November of 1943 and January of 1945 he was
training at Fort Benning, Georgia and serving as an instructor in Texas.
Source: Newspaper clipping pertaining to his funeral
Embarkation for the European Theatre.
March 19, 1945, in the vicinity of Ensheim, Germany during the
attack on the Siegfried Line. Was a Second Lieutenant at the time during the
action by which he received the Silver Star.
Note: From inquiry it was found that Toll received 2 Silver Stars
April 25, 1945, wounded in
action. Was a First Lieutenant serving in the Seventh Army under
General Patch in Germany.
April 26, 1945, died as a result of the wounds received the
previous day. Was awarded a
Buried in the U.S. military Cemetery St. Avold, located twenty-three miles
east of Metz, France.
May 27, 1945 (Sunday) Memorial service held at the Broadway Methodist
Church in Maryville.