Corps of Military Police

Cap Badge of the Corps of Military Police (King George VI)
Soldier Details:
Surname: Kendrick
Initials:   F.
Rank:   Lance Corporal
Army No.:  1051906
Notes:   CMP. 102 Pro Coy. Enlisted in the Royal Artillery, transferred to CMP. 20/5/40 Died. He was born in Staffordshire and resided in Birmingham. Report by Cpl H A Cooper, MM, CMP he was strafed by a Lysander (RAF) whilst riding a motorcycle and shot in chest, he died later. War Diary 167/1351. 21/5/40 15.00 hrs L/cpl Kendrick killed by enemy action whilst on traffic duty. L/Cpl Kendrick left £15.10.11 in balances of Deceased Soldiers un-disposed of, London Gazette 37516, page 1585, dated 29/3/46. He is shown as 48 Div Pro Coy in CWGC Roll. Frank Kendrick.

Casualty Details:
Date Killed: 20th May 1940
Company: 102 PRO COY
Cemetery: VENDEVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY   FRANCE
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