Precise date unclear but around this time Toné was posted to No. 1 Training Squadron based at Beaulieu Airfield, East Boldre. [AIR/76/29].
Note: No. 1 TS having relocated to East Boldre from Port Meadow, Oxford on 16th December 1917 and remained there until being disbanded and absorbed into No. 29 Training Depot Station on 27th July 1918 [http://www.eastboldre.org/airfieldhistoryww1.html].
8 Mar 1918. Letter to Tone at Ye Olde Roses, Lime Grove, Eastcote directing him to appear before the Royal Flying Corps Officers’ Invaliding Board on 19 March. [WO 339/56618]
8 Mar 1018. Letter from Toné to Air Ministry reporting for duty. [WO 339/56618]
Medical Board Examination, 1st Southern General Hospital, Edgbaston, Birmingham. Granted three weeks leave and told to write forthwith reporting for duty. [WO 339/56618]
18 Feb 1918. Tone granted a £125 gratuity. [WO 339/56618]
Medical Board Examination. “Concussion and fracture base of skull (?) Is making satisfactory progress..The headaches have almost disappeared, he sleeps well and is free from the haunting dreams which troubled him. His memory is better. There is some nervous irritability……100% disabled…(not fit for any form of service) convalescent at Clifton Court, Rugby”. [WO 339/56618]
12 Dec 1017. Tone writes to the War Office from Mrs Mulliner’s Hospital describing the plane crash and requesting a “wound gratuity” [WO 339/56618]
24 Nov 1917. Tone admitted to Mrs Mulliner’s Hospital at Clifton Court, Rugby. Colonel & Mrs Mulliner had given up their residence to the War Office, as a V.A.D. Hospital for the benefit of wounded R.F.C. Officers. [WO 339/56618]
Medical Board Examination at Caxton Hall SW. – likely to be incapacitated for 3 1/2 months. At this point he was staying at Endasleigh Palace Hospital, 25 Gordon Street, London- [WO 339/56618]
19 Oct 1017. Tone admitted to Royal Free Hospital, Grays Inn Road [WO 339/56618]