Joseph Toynbee (1815-66) was an aural surgeon. George Toynbee (d ? 1841), a landowner and a large tenant-farmer in Lincolnshire, was his father. Details for Joseph Toynbee are given in the Dictionary of National Biography.
Correspondence and papers relating to Joseph Toynbee and George Toynbee, including two volumes and a notebook compiled by Joseph's eldest daughter, Gertrude.
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Toynbee | George | d ? 1841 | landowner
Toynbee | Joseph | 1815-1866 | aural surgeon
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